James “Jim” Randolph Fall, Jr., 79, Maryville, died Tuesday, August 9, 2016, at Mosaic Life Care, St. Joseph. A memorial service will be held at 4 pm, Saturday, August 13 at the First United Methodist Church of Maryville. Following the service, family will receive friends at a reception at the Mozingo Golf Course clubhouse. Memorials
The New Nodaway Humane Society will host Pawsatlapoola from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, Monday, August 15 at the Maryville Aquatic Center, 504 North Laura Street, Maryville. The fundraiser opens the pool to dogs and their handlers. Cost is $5 per dog and $2 per person. Handlers are only permitted in the shallow end of the
Fred Scott will present “Life in a Native American Earth Lodge” at 2 pm, Sunday, August 14 at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville.
American Legion Post 464 will sponsor a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11:30 am, Sunday, August 14 at the legion post, Conception Jct. Pancakes, sausage, eggs, biscuits, gravy, juice and coffee will be served. Cost is $7 per person. Children six and under are free. Proceeds benefit the Cameron Veterans’ Home.
The Burlington Jct. American Legion Post will hold a BBQ dinner from 5 to 7 pm, Friday, August 12 at the Burlington Jct. Community Betterment Building. The dinner will feature hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, sundaes and drinks. Cost is $7 for adults. Children 10 and under are free. Proceeds benefit the Ohio
By Kathryn Rice This is the second in a series on Nodaway Countians who have taken the repurposing and upcycling of old items to a unique level. It started with a person asking Angela Farrell to make a quilt for her son’s high school graduation from his old T-shirts. “I like making T-shirt quilts because
The Maryville Experimental Aircraft Association chapter, the Hawk Road Flyers, is giving scholarships to individuals interested in becoming pilots. About 50 percent of aviation students who begin private pilot’s license training complete the course. One challenge potential pilots face is paying for the training. The local organization wants to assist aviation students in hopes of
After 18 years the Nodaway County Crusade Against Cancer (NCCAC) has disbanded, but members believe their accomplishments will carry on. The volunteer community-based cancer coalition formed in 1998. The group made colorectal cancer awareness their main cause because, as Sue Gille, chairperson, said, no one talked about it and doctors didn’t encourage patients to have
The Maryville City Council considered placing a bed tax on the November 8 ballot during the August 8 meeting. The proposed bed tax would be a five percent tax on all lodging rooms in Maryville. The money generated would help Northwest Missouri State University fund a $20 million multipurpose complex. Council members will vote at
Cody Gray, Villisca, IA, led his horses Rex and Baldy. The team won second place. Gray has competed at the Pickering draft horse pull for 12 years. He wrangled his first team at age nine.