An all-you-can-eat fish and chicken fry will be from 5 to 7 pm, Saturday, September 10 at the American Legion Post 100, 1104 East Fifth Street, Maryville. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 11 and under. All proceeds support veteran programs.
The Pickering Lions Club will hold a Motorcycle Poker Run and Steak Fry with check-in at noon, Saturday, September 10. The ride starts at 1 pm from the Pickering Community Building. The meal, which includes steak, potato and salad, and first hand is $20; an extra hand is $5.
North-West Nodaway Quarterback Korbin Koch runs with a keeper as Platte Valley’s Jordan Murphy gives chase. The NWN football team ended the night with a 36-26 win during the North Nodaway Homecoming Celebration.
The Nodaway County commissioners set the property tax for the coming year during a public hearing on August 31. The commissioners approved a total tax rate of 22¢ per $100 assessed value with 5¢ for the Senior Citizen Fund, 5¢ for the Senate Bill 40 fund and 12¢ for the county tax. County Clerk Karen
Jeanine Montgomery, Maryville, is training a puppy for Leader Dogs for the Blind. Leader Dogs for the Blind, Rochester Hills, MI, raises and trains dogs for blind and visually impaired individuals. The business raises 500 puppies a year and places 250 of them with clients annually. Montgomery, a member of the Maryville Pride Lions Club,
SSM Health St. Francis Hospital is inviting the community to an open house from 7:30 to 9:30 am, Friday, September 9 to peek, meet and celebrate. A preview of the new emergency department will give visitors the chance to see how the space has been expanded and updated with all private rooms, including two trauma
The Nodaway News Leader had two new faces join the team this summer. Brent Johnson, Stanberry, joined the Nodaway News Leader as the advertising designer in August. Johnson, son of Terri and Dr. Bruce Johnson, grew up in Stanberry with two younger brothers, Taylor and Trevor. Johnson worked on his high school newspaper and graduated
By Jacki Wood Editor’s note: this is the first in a series of day trip ideas you can plan for your children or grandchildren. As the calendar turns to the fall season, and the weather becomes a bit cooler and more bearable, it’s a great time to plan a day trip with your children or
By Kathryn Rice This is the fifth in a series on Nodaway Countians who have taken repurposing and upcycling to a unique level. Miccia Humphrey of Junk Jubilee says there are two facets to repurposing. The first is creating something new from an old item. The second is finding a new way to use an
Brandon Swinford, aviation bosun mate handler third class on the USS John C. Stennis, arrived in Burlington Jct. to visit his mother, Melissa White, after completing his second deployment. In anticipation of Swinford’s visit, the BJ American Legion Auxiliary planned a welcome home luncheon on August 20. Cathy Mather and Teresa Hickok, auxiliary national security