September 17 begins the national celebration of Constitution Week. The Nodaway Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has obtained a proclamation from Jason McDowell, Maryville mayor, for citizens to observe Constitution Week. The proclamation is on display at the Maryville Public Library, with a copy of the constitution and several books about it and
Monday • All Public Schools No School • West Nodaway TEAM activity • Maryville High V golf – MEC Tourney at Fairview, 9 am • Jefferson NHS meeting, noon • Maryville High V tennis at LeBlond, 4 pm • Maryville High C/JV football vs Cameron, 5 pm • Maryville High V soccer at Lafayette, 5
A crowd gathered September 12 for a surprise birthday party honoring Faye Smith at the Tri-City Friendship Center in Maitland. Smith, who turned 103 on September 4, is Maitland’s oldest citizen. Her husband, Orel, was a school superintendent for many years and the couple had one son, Stephen, who lives in Washington. Smith lived next
After more than three years in the making, the expanded and renovated emergency department (ED) at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital will be open for patients beginning at 7 am, September 27. Community members were given the opportunity to tour the ED renovations and expanded gift shop on September 9. The new ED space includes
Maryville Church of the Nazarene members recently gathered to fill 60 crisis care kits. They were front: Kyana Scott, Emmalyn Scott, Ben Houtchens, Tavean Scott, Isabelle Auffert, Linda Pitzenberger; middle: Sharon McIntyre, Shauna Scott, Ina Mae Sportsman, Becky Houtchens, Jenevieve Talbot, Bev Eckstein, Rhonda Trillo, coordinator, Joyce Bird, Joyce Ward; and back: Richard Bird, Jim
The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly Division 1A, consists of 128 teams that have been known as Major College through the years. This player production map, based on where the players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in the Deep South. This area forms the core or footprint of the SEC, that
Maryville City Council met September 14 and voted to approve the development of a new subdivision along Icon. They held a public hearing for a preliminary plat for Ridgeline Estates subdivision, owned by Sarah J. Arnold Trust. The 22 acres along Icon will be divided into 63 R-2 zoned lots. They approved the plat during
Tri-C firefighters and first responders salute the flag during the Conception Jct. Lollipop Parade, September 11. Ten volunteer groups were named as grand marshals during this year’s event themed “A Community of Volunteers.”
Sheryl Ann Hunt, 59, Olympia, WA, died Sunday, September 4, 2016, at Ben Taub Hospital, Houston, TX. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 1 at Guilford Community of Christ, Guilford, with Rex Hayden officiating. There will be a private burial prior to the memorial service at the Clearmont Cemetery, for the family.
At the Heart Walk, held September 10, on the Northwest campus, cardiac rehab graduate Dale Stewart delivered the keynote address.