Creston man arrested on Union County warrant
(Creston) -- A Creston man was arrested on a warrant over the weekend. The Creston Police Department says 43-year-old Raul Rangel was arrested Sunday on a Union County warrant for OWI, 1st offense. Authorities say the arrest occurred at the Creston-Union County Law Enforcement Center. Rangel was taken to the...
Experience the Ultimate Pizza Journey in Maryville: Top 3 Picks
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional pizzerias in Maryville. Have you had the chance to taste their delicious offerings yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Please feel free to share your comments below!
Maryville Downtown selects 2024 officers
Maryville Downtown has selected Tom Shelton as the new president for 2024. Shelton said, “With any organization there is a need for people to step into increasing levels of leadership responsibilities.”. Maryville Downtown first began as the Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization (MDIO) in 2015, after talks in 2014 about...
Nodaway Nominated: County Public Administrator acts as guardian
With the upcoming elections this year, the NNL news staff will be sharing the qualifications for all of the local officeholders each week. This week’s print exclusive Nodaway Nominated, explores the qualifications for Nodaway County Public Administrator. You can find the article on the front page of the February 22nd edition of the NNL.
North Nodaway, Northeast Nodaway boys start districts
The North Nodaway Mustangs and Northeast Nodaway Bluejays Boys Teams played their first district games on February 20 in Conception Jct. North Nodaway won 50-30 over Stanberry, while Northeast fell to Rock Port, 42-64, to end their season. Additional photos can be found on Page 14 of the NNL.
New District 6 Judge Appointed
Earlier this week, Governor Kim Reynolds announced her new appointment of Mark Fisher as a district judge in Judicial District 6. Fisher will take the place of Sean McPartland, who recently retired. From Cedar Rapids, Fisher currently serves as a Judicial Magistrate as well as a Partner at Howes Law...
Today the gas price is close to $2.81 in New Market as of 2024-02-26. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.264, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
Jefferson students collect food for Souper Bowl of Caring
The Jefferson High School National Honor Society conducted a Souper Bowl of Caring with a food drive. NHS challenged the elementary classes to collect the most items. The fifth grade gathered 150 items and will have ice cream on Friday.
The total snowfall Taylor County got in January
Stacker compiled data on the snowfall that Taylor County, Iowa received in January 2024 using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information
Regional College Sports News (2/25): Bearcats finish top three at women, men MIAA indoor track & field
(KMAland) -- Northwest Missouri State had two top-three team finishes at the MIAA track & field championships while plenty of tennis and some bowling are in Sunday’s regional sports news recap. Iowa State. •Women’s tennis falls to Oregon: https://cyclones.com/news/2024/2/25/tennis-iowa-state-falls-to-oregon-4-3.aspx. Northern Iowa. •Stephens wins MVC pentathlon: https://unipanthers.com/news/2024/2/25/track-and-field-stephens-wins-mvc-indoor-title-in-pentathlon. •Women’s tennis...
Loud muffler, missing license plate lead NEMO police to car stolen from Iowa
LA PLATA, Mo. — A very loud muffler and a missing license plate led police to a stolen car. The arrest happened Wednesday evening in La Plata. James Perkins, 27, of La Plata, is now charged with first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle. According to court documents, a La...
KMA Sports (Boys Basketball): Lynnville-Sully 64 Bedford 50
Sluggish second half sinks Bedford in substate final. Bedford boys basketball's season ended with a loss to Lynnville-Sully in a Class 1A substate final on Saturday.
102 Donations benefit Hopkins, Pickering area
A new philanthropic organization, 102 Donations, has been formed to benefit the North Nodaway school district area being Hopkins and Pickering. The organization currently has 28 members, both men and women, who make a minimum contribution of $25 per quarter. The group has made two presentations. Last quarter, the group gave $1,395 to the Hopkins Ball Association and on February 14 the members donated $1,415 to the Hopkins Fire Department.
Worth County Board Approves School Calendar
Worth County School Board members approved their school calendar for the 2023-24 school year during their meeting held Wednesday night. The calendar will include a starting date of August 20th and an ending date of May 16th. The schedule includes 167 student days and 26.5 built-in make up hours. There were also other make-up dates included if needed.
Girls basketball district play gets underway
The Girls Class 1 District 16 tournament tipped off at Stanberry High School on February 19, and three Nodaway County schools saw action. Northeast Nodaway started the evening with a match-up against Stanberry, beginning slowly against the Bulldogs, and trailing 16-25 at halftime. The third quarter was a much different story for the Lady Jays, as the outside shots began falling and Northeast Nodaway was able to take the lead back from Stanberry. Junior Hadley DeFreece came up big time, making three straight threes in the second half to give her team the lead. Northeast Nodaway would go on to win 51-47.
Union County Woman arrested on Alcohol-Related Charges
(Creston) Creston Police arrested a Creston woman on alcohol-related charges. Police say 28-year-old Chelsey Mae Madison was taken into custody on Thursday evening for OWI 1st Offense. Authorities transported Madison to jail and held her on a $1,000 cash bond.
Two-time Grammy-nominated country artist, radio show host to perform on NW campus Feb. 29
Northwest Missouri State University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts and its Office of Diversity and Inclusion are bringing country music artist Rissi Palmer to campus for two workshops and a concert as part of Black History Month activities. Having performed at venues including the White House and the...
MIDC addresses housing issues for manufacturing firms’ personnel
Affordable housing has been a challenge for local industry’s employee recruitment for a long time. A recent housing study reinforced this fact that Nodaway County manufacturers had known for years. The information of the study was brought to the Maryville Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) leadership. They began to further investigate the type of housing, suitable location and the payment cost which manufacturers’ employees can afford. Then an action plan was developed.
Savor the Flavor: 4 Must-Try Mexican Restaurants in Maryville
This piece presents an exploration of four enticing Mexican restaurants located in Maryville. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your experiences and thoughts in the comments section below!
How personal income has changed in Taylor County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Taylor County, Iowa and how it compares to state and national levels.