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Optimists recall 50 years of service to Maryville

The Optimist International Club of Maryville will celebrate its 50 years of its charter. A banquet will be held at 6 p.m., Sept. 28, at A & G Restaurant. The Maryville Optimist Club was chartered on Sept. 8, 1967 at the Armstrong Cafe. Craig Stephenson was the organization's first president; he was

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-20 17:00:00

Downtown Maryville seeks slogan ideas from community

Downtown Maryville promotions committee chair Sam Mason was inspired for slogan contest by painted wall art located near in the Crossroads District in Kansas City.SUBMITTED PHOTO MARYVILLE, Mo. - Everyone who lives in or visits this city has a reason they've chosen Maryville. Downtown Maryville is a

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-20 12:24:00

Firefighter print travels from Maryville to FDNY

What began as a donation to a fundraiser in support of the Nodaway County Sheriff's Office canine team has ended as a testament illustrating the courage of New York City firefighters, especially those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Late last month, the R

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-20 11:12:00

Disaster response exercise returns to Mozingo Lake

A Missouri National Guardsman administers first aid to an "injured" comrade during the 2016 Missouri Hope disaster response field training exercise at Mozingo Lake. This year's three-day simulation, held in support of the emergency and disaster management program at Northwest Missouri State Universi

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-21 00:14:00

5K supports Backpack Buddies program

MARYVILLE, Mo. - The Student Dietetics Association at Northwest Missouri State University will host its seventh annual 5K fun run and walk Saturday, Oct. 7. A benefit for the local Backpack Buddies child nutrition program, the "glow run" will begin at 7:30 p.m. on the east side of the Administration

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-20 12:57:00

Paws at The Pub event supports shelter

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, September 27 at The Pub, 414 North Main Street, Maryville. This is a chance for pups and owners to meet in a friendly, relaxed setting while raising awareness and funds f

NODAWAYNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:36:29

United Way kicks off campaign

United Way kicked off its fundraising campaign Friday morning at the Nodaway County Senior Center with a goal of reaching $85,000. "We're starting off our campaign and we're just really excited and we want everyone else to be excited," Tiffany Whipple, Executive Secretary/Treasurer. "If they have an

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-19 14:10:00

Burlington Jct. First Christian Church holds biker Sunday

Approximately 100 people, including more than two dozen motorcyclists, attended First Christian Church in Burlington Jct. on September 10 for a biker Sunday. The congregation invited members of the local Christian Motorcycle Association Chapters (CMA) to come. CMA area representatives David and Kim

NODAWAYNEWS.COM - 2017-09-18 13:00:27

Maitland UMC hosts Orphan Train Program

Nodaway County Historical Society and the Holt County Historical Society are holding a joint program on the Orphan Trains at 2 pm, Sunday, September 24 at the Maitland United Methodist Church. The Children's Aid Society, New York City was created by Charles Loring Brace to help street children "by p

NODAWAYNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:34:18

D Avenue concerns addressed at supervisors

Members of the Page County Board of Supervisors heard from Clint Haskell with concerns about D Avenue at the Tuesday, Sept. 19 board meeting, held in Shenandoah. Haskell, who resides on D Avenue outside Essex. Haskell has lived on D Avenue, just south of Nicholas Cycle, since 2001. He said there hav

VALLEYNEWSTODAY.COM - 2017-09-20 18:01:00

Watch for rural roads at harvest time

Fall harvest and texting do not mix, says University of Missouri Extension safety specialist Karen Funkenbusch. Turn your cellphone to TTYL (talk to you later). Rural roads are full of hazards in the fall. Farmers move large equipment from one field to another during harvest. They make wide turns, a

CLARINDAHERALD.COM - 2017-09-20 18:30:00

CRHC to offer Wellness Lab draws this fall

CRHC is proud to announce wellness lab draws will be offered this fall for the first time ever. The 2017 Fall Lab Draw will be held Tuesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 12 at the Clarinda Regional Health Center. CRHC Employee Health and Wellness Coordinator Wanda Isaacson says, "With the re-des

CLARINDAHERALD.COM - 2017-09-20 18:30:00

Small investment in grain bin safety is priceless

It costs less than $500 to make it safer to enter farm grain bins, says a University of Missouri Extension rural safety and health specialist. "You can't afford not to follow safe procedures," says Karen Funkenbusch as the harvest season approaches. While $500 may sound like a lot, the savings are p

CLARINDAHERALD.COM - 2017-09-20 18:30:00

Area farm families honored at state fair

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey recognized Century and Heritage Farm families during a ceremony at the State Fair Aug. 17 To qualify, a family must have owned at least 40 acres for 100 years or more in the case of Century Farms and 150 years or more for a Heritage Farm. This year 354 Cen

CLARINDAHERALD.COM - 2017-09-20 18:30:00

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: --- Sept. 15 The Japan News on United Nations reform and the U.S. and Japan's contributions to its budget: The United Nations faces a mountain of pressing issues it should tackle, including North Korea's nuclear development program, te

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-09-20 15:37:26

Sessions: Sanctuary cities undermine law's moral authority

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday criticized sanctuary cities that try to protect immigrants in the country illegally as places that "undermine the moral authority of the law." He made the comments a day after the Trump administration appealed a judge's ruling bloc

NEWSPRESSNOW.COM - 2017-09-20 00:07:37

New attractions bring people in for annual event

The sun peeked in and out of clouds and there were a few stray showers on Saturday, but not enough to dampen the Maple Leaf Festival and Heritage Days in Hiawatha. Held annually, the Maple Leaf Festival brings fall downtown fun together with ole' time demonstrations and displays at the Ag Museum tog

HIAWATHAWORLDONLINE.COM - 2017-09-19 14:49:00

4 US monuments to be scaled back hold artifacts, key habitat

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's recommendation to shrink four sprawling national monuments in the U.S. West jeopardizes protections for ancient cliff dwellings, scenic canyons and habitat for endangered fish and threatened Mojave desert tortoises. The recommendations, revealed

NEWSPRESSNOW.COM - 2017-09-19 09:12:45

Interior secretary recommends shrinking 6 national monuments

WASHINGTON (AP) - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is recommending that six of 27 national monuments under review by the Trump administration be reduced in size, with changes to several others proposed. A leaked memo from Zinke to President Donald Trump recommends that two Utah monuments - Bears Ears a

NEWSPRESSNOW.COM - 2017-09-18 07:14:49

Update: Clarinda man dies after falling from bucket truck

(Hamburg) - Authorities have released more information in relation to a death investigation. Fremont County Sheriff Kevin Aistrope says deputies were called to 2474 Bluff Road just north of Highway 2 around 1:20 p.m. Tuesday. Authorities say 32-year-old Keith Mahlon Sorensen of Clarinda was cutting

KMALAND.COM - 2017-09-21 00:30:00