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Smithsonian exhibit on sports coming to Nodaway County
MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Nodaway County Historical Society is excited to announce that the organization has been selected to host the Smithsonian traveling exhibit “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America” from Oct. 12 to Dec. 2.The NCHS and the surrounding community have been expressly chosen by the M
Ravenwood residents charged with felonies
MARYVILLE, Mo. — After a four-month sting operation conducted by the Nodaway County Sheriff’s Office, two Ravenwood residents have been charged with several felonies that involve selling methamphetamine near Northeast Nodaway R-V School and Ravenwood City Park.A probable cause report filed by Deputy
Traffic stops lead to Page County arrests
Page County Sheriff Lyle Palmer says 22-year-old Brandon Alexander Neill of Clarinda was arrested early Friday morning for OWI 1st offense, driving under suspension, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, and a prescription drug violation. Neill was charged after the
Holt, Whited honored for service to St. Francis
SSM Health St. Francis Hospital Foundation Development Officer Megan Jennings, left, and Community Relations and Development Manager Rita Miller, right, present congratulatory engraved crystal bowls to outgoing foundation board members Donna Holt and Bill Whited during a Friday morning reception in
Nodaway County man gets prison time for probation violation
Cody Despain, 23, of Conception Junction, MO(Maryville) -- A Conception Junction man is headed to prison after violating terms of his probation.According to Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice, 23-year-old Cody Despain was recently ordered to serve four months in prison by Judge Roger Pr
Local church, Second Harvest to offer free weekday lunch for kids
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Hungry Maryville children will have a place to procure a free lunch following the end of summer school.Laura Street Baptist Church and Second Harvest Community Food Bank of St. Joseph are partnering to offer a free lunch for kids who might otherwise go without a meal.Brian Sparks, m
Bearcat class highlighted by Clarinda star
After winning their first conference crown in 35 years, Northwest Missouri State is looking to sustain that success and build a perennial contender for championships. To reach that status, restocking the team with talented recruiting classes will be key.
22 year old Clarinda man charged with possession, DUS and OWI
During the traffic stop, Brandon Alexander Neill (22) of Clarinda, was arrested for OWI 1st Offense, Driving under suspension, Possession of drug paraphernalia, Possession of controlled substance, and a prescription drug violation.
Clearmont council discusses delinquent water customers - Nodaway News
City employee Kristi Heideman presented the May water-sewer report noting 101 meters had been read and of that 90 were billed. The city billed 187,930 gallons for the month. She also reported data concerning daily receipts and the meter list. She spoke of three customers whose bills total more than
Community Services presents award to regional food bank
Chad HigdonExecutive DirectorSecond Harvest Community Food BankSKYE POURNAZARI/THE FORUMMARYVILLE, Mo. — Community Services, Inc. presented Chad Higdon, executive director of Second Harvest Community Food Bank, St. Joseph, with an Outstanding Community Service award Friday, June 22 at the Maryville
Maryville man gets 5 years in drug case
Trey Weingrad, 29, of Maryville, MO(Maryville) -- A Maryville man is headed to prison in connection to a drug case in Nodaway County.According to Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rice, 29-year-old Trey Weingrad was recently ordered to serve five years in prison after he was found guilty of
Hospital announces construction, temporary entrance closings
By SKYE POURNAZARI The ForumMARYVILLE, Mo. — Beginning Monday, June 25, and continuing through Friday, June 29, SSM Health St. Francis Hospital has announced it temporarily will be diverting patients and visitors from the hospital’s main entrance for a two-phase construction project.According to a n
Lions holds Flag Day ceremony, bike parade
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Franklin Park was covered in red, white and blue during the second annual Flag Day celebration on June 14. The Lions Clubs of Nodaway County along with Maryville Parks and Recreation hosted the event that offered food cooked by Lions Club members, a bicycle parade for young communit
Schlosser bring D-1 experience to young Bearcats
Over nine weeks, The Forum will be catching up with a different future Bearcat basketball player each week as we take a deeper look at coach Ben McCollum’s and coach Austin Meyer’s 2018 recruiting classes. June 7 — women’s basketball junior Kendey Eaton; June 14 — men’s basketball freshman Drew Blai
Skidmore puts audit on hold - Nodaway News
The city is now waiting to see if the state will conduct the audit. If so, this will save the city $10,000 to $15,000.
Concerts series ends with Revelation
Danny Wayman sings vocals as David Williams accompanies with his guitar during the June 14 performance of Revelation as part of the Concerts in the Parks series. The Journey tribute band captured the sound of Steve Perry, former lead singer of Journey, during its show at the Donaldson Westside Park
Off the Cobb: The future of The Maryville Forum is in good hands
In today’s issue, Section C, you’ll find Make It Maryville, and for the next five weeks that popular promotion will occupy the third section of this newspaper.It’s our annual salute to local businesses.Each week, five local businesses and organizations will be featured with a story and photos and ea
Paws at The Pub event supports shelter - Nodaway News
Paws at The Pub is a monthly social event to benefit the New Nodaway Humane Society. The event will be from 5 to 8 pm, Wednesday, June 27 at The Pub, 414 North Main Street, Maryville.
County fair parade registration opens - Nodaway News
The Maryville Chamber Ambassador Nodaway County Fair Parade, sponsored by the ambassadors, will begin at 9:30 am, Saturday, July 21.
Kawasaki engine plant donates Jet Skis to local groups
Maryville, Missouri-based Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing, U.S.A. has donated two Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra LX models to the Maryville Department of Public Safety, Police and Fire Department to help them patrol and perform water rescues at the Mozingo Lake and Recreational area.