The First Christian Church in Maryville is hosting a January Jazz and Divine Desserts Event at 7:30 pm, Sunday, January 22 at the church location, Third and Buchanan. Northwest Missouri State University jazz combo under the direction of Dr. Bill Richardson will perform. The event is free and open to the public.
Cowboy Church is joined by several churches The Clarinda Cowboy Church Band is teaming up with Pastor Ben McKim of Calvary Baptist Church, Clarinda, IA; Christ Point Church, Shenandoah, IA; and Faith Baptist Church, Bedford, IA for a family friendly night of music and fun at 6:30 pm, Thursday, January 26, at Wibholm Hall on
Jenny Ahlgrimm describes her hometown of Hamburg, Germany, as “big, modern and busy.” With a population of 1.7 million, it’s sure to be a bit different from Maryville, where she is living during the 2016-17 school year as an exchange student. But calling it a bit different might be an understatement. “Pretty much everything is
Justin Eiken holds new baby, Chloe, as Librarian Adrianna Bennett reads to her during Book Nibblers at the Maryville Public Library on January 5. Big brother Theodore listens as he sits on mom Robyn’s lap. This was Chloe’s first outing since her birth on December 31, 2016. Book Nibblers is every Thursday, from 9:45 to
Nodaway County Recorder of Deeds Sandra Smail found two books documenting military records from the Civil War and World War I while re-organizing files. The first book lists citizens in Nodaway County who served in the Civil War. The handwritten records contain details such as discharge papers, service and other facts. The second book, “Record
Rice requests Nodaway Countians to contact state representatives Nodaway County Prosecutor Robert Rice is requesting Nodaway Countians to contact State Representative Allen Andrews and State Senator Dan Hegeman about increasing the amount of money available for the Missouri State Highway Patrol Crime Laboratories. Rice utilizes the Troop H State Highway Patrol Crime Lab in St.
Home by Sonja, a full-service interior styling business, opened this month on the corner of Maryville’s First and Main Streets, the former site of Store of Colors. Sonja Wolbert purchased Store of Colors when it closed last fall. She then moved home to Maryville to start her new adventure. Her businesses motto, “make life beautiful,”
A Nodaway County resident will spend seven years in prison for the 2014 death of a 10-month-old baby. Nicholas “Nikki” L. Bradshaw, 27, Ravenwood, was sentenced by Presiding Judge Roger Prokes on January 12 in the Fourth Circuit Court. Bradshaw pleaded guilty in November to Class C Felony Involuntary Manslaughter in the 1st Degree for