The Maryville High School girls soccer team worked on their footwork and other skills during soccer camp this week. Coach Dale Reuter demonstrated the proper follow through on a kick to Ella Hazen as they practiced together. For more photos, see the June 15, 20017, Nodaway News Leader.
At the June 12 meeting of the Skidmore City Council, Ordinance #2017Board concerning the board of aldermen was approved with a section allowing for closed meetings without taking the Sunshine Law into account. Section 9 states: The council members shall at any time determine by resolution that any meeting or portion thereof shall be private
South Nodaway High School was one of three high schools in Northwest Missouri to win $500 in the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety’s safe driving contest “It Only Takes One.” Students from SN’s safe driving committee were Jordan Murphy, Cade Henggeler, Haley Nielson, Taylar Freemyer, Emily Skoglund, Tanner Davis and Selicity Thuman. Not pictured: Payton
By Kathryn Rice Maryville Outdoor is the Country Clipper lawn mower’s line top US dealer for the last five years; an achievement acquired by the business having the highest volume of lawn mower sales. “It’s John,” said Sara Mundorf, co-owner, attributing their success to her husband. “He takes care of our customers.” John and Sara
The St. Joseph Hazard Softball team Division 16 placed second in the Hawaiian Hitfest 16A tournament on June 3-4 held at the Mid-America West Sports Complex, Shawnee Mission, KS. Members of the team are in front: Alan Adkison, Madisyn Gerhardt, Jackie Cox, Whitnea Scanlan; back: Keylee Buxton, Jacklyn Hersh, Dezmen Duncan, Jade Kass, Natalie Keller
The Twisters under age 11 girls soccer team ended their 2016-2017 season. The team was formed this year. They competed in the Kansas City Metro League as well as played in tournaments. Their 2016 fall record ended with seven wins, zero losses and one tie, placing them in first place in the fall league. The
By Christina Rice Bryan Alexander celebrated his 60th year of service to MTE Office Center this spring. He began working for the company in 1957, the summer before his junior year of high school, and has stayed with the company ever since. “It’s a good place to work, good employees. Maryville is a good place
Second Stage, an extension of Maryville Young Players (MYP), will be holding auditions for a community theatre performance this coming weekend. “Hello, Dolly!” is a romantic comedy following the adventures of Dolly Gallagher, a turn-of-the-century matchmaker and a woman who arranges things. The play will include auditioned parts and a chorus and is open to
George R. Gayler, 95, Maryville, died at his home Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Services are pending at Price Funeral Home, Maryville.
Marilyn Mutti, 84, Pella, IA, died Saturday, June 10, 2017. Services are pending with Garden Chapel Funeral Home, Pella, IA.