Nodaway County,

Power outage reported in Nodaway County

(Clearmont) -- Several northwest Missouri residents are without power Thursday morning following storms. Evergy says approximately 700 customers are experiencing a power outage in northern Nodaway County, including areas near Elmo, Clearmont, Burlington Junction and Wilcox. The company says the outage was initially reported around 4:30 a.m. and restoration is expected by Thursday afternoon.
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Social Security: Eligibility for spouse’s benefits

Social Security helps you secure today and tomorrow with financial benefits, information, and tools that support you throughout life’s journey. If you don’t have enough Social Security credits to qualify for benefits on your own record, you may be able to receive benefits on your spouse’s record. To qualify for...
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Singers warm their vocal cords at Country Showdown preliminaries

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Pickup Country KNIM’s Ninth annual Country Showdown preliminaries were held Saturday, June 19. Those competing included: Lonia Bowen, Maryville; Codi Nuckolls, Maryville; Nicole Salmond, Maryville; Destonee Van Boening, Maryville; Sydney Billings, Barnard; Decker Heyde, Stanberry; Stephanie Neal, Maryville; P&T, Maryville; Lone Wolf (Tom Downing), Maryville; Kaci Billings, Barnard; Markham Harris, Maryville; Megan Helzer, Graham; Brian Lynn, Maryville; and Meva Alden, Carlisle, Iowa.

Doc’s Diesel Repair celebrates relocation

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Doc’s Diesel Repair celebrated its recent relocation to 27590 250th St. in Maryville with an open house on June 11. Paul and Brenda Farnan started Doc’s Diesel Repair in February 2013. They traveled around farms in southwest Iowa, working out of a cargo trailer. Brenda Farnan said...

Denver Man Charged With Kidnapping and Domestic Assault

A Denver, Missouri man is in custody following an investigation by the Worth County Sheriff’s Department. According to a probable cause statement filed with the court, Ronald Angle, Sr. is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with his girlfriend. The victim told officers Angle had assaulted her at their residence in Denver on Sunday. Officers say the assault resulted in fractures to the victim’s rib and nose.

Hansen couple to mark 60 years

Lloyd and Donna (White) Hansen of Hopkins will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on July 1. They are the parents of four children, the late Kirby Hansen; Ted Hansen, Pickering; Eddy Hansen, Hopkins and Connie Hoepker, Maryville. The couple also has nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Cards can be...

Prior to rain received today, drought conditions continued in northern Missouri

Prior to the rain received on Thursday morning, the U. S. Drought Monitor Map for Missouri for this week continued to show moderate drought and abnormally dry conditions in Northern Missouri and the eastern part of the state. The abnormally dry conditions in the eastern part of the state have expanded west. This week’s map also shows abnormally dry conditions in the western part of the state. The map was released on June 24th and is based on conditions as of June 22nd.
Daviess County,

Grundy County Health Department reports 7 new cases of COVID-19; Daviess County 16 new cases

The Grundy County Health Department reports seven new COVID-19 cases since June 21. Thirty-nine cases are active out of a total of 1,206. Sixteen COVID-19 cases have been added in Daviess County since June 16th, making the total 731. Of the 25 active cases, the health department notes eight involve residents at least 60 years old, and seven involve those between the ages of 40 and 59. Six active cases involve residents 20 to 39 years old, and four involve those 19 or younger.
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Stanberry Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Stanberry: Friday, June 25: Showers and thunderstorms then chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while showers and thunderstorms overnight; Saturday, June 26: Showers And Thunderstorms; Sunday, June 27: Chance of Showers And Thunderstorms; Monday, June 28: Chance of

Cook named Spoofhound head volleyball coach

MARYVILLE, Mo. — The COVID-19 pandemic changed a lot for a lot of people, but few had their paths altered by as many miles as Bailey Cook. The Illinois native and Northwest Missouri State graduate was teaching at William Chrisman High School in Independence, but had accepted and was planning on moving to Spain to teach English as a second language.

Maryville R-II approves 2021-2022 budget

MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Maryville R-II Board of Education approved a preliminary budget for the 2021-2022 school year during its regular scheduled meeting on June 16. According to Missouri statute, a budget needs to be approved no later than June 30 as the new year begins on July 1. The preliminary budget is set to be $20,321,551.43, which is higher than last fiscal year due to salary increases.

Ternus gets up-close look at U.S. Olympians

Jillian Ternus has seen plenty of competitive swimming over her years of competing for the Maryville Sharks and the Stingrays, a USA swim club team out of Denison, Iowa. This month, the Spoofhound senior had the chance to experience the highest level of swimming first hand as she served as a basket carrier at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.

Strong, Vivian 1920-2021 Maryville, Mo.

MARYVILLE, Mo. - Vivian was born Oct. 24, 1920, in Cullman County, Alabama, and passed away peacefully on June 23, 2021, at Oak Pointe Assisted Living, in Maryville. Her parents were Joseph C. Glasscock, Jr. and Emma Archer Glasscock. She graduated from Hanceville High School (AL) and then attended Florence...

Rileys first Maryville residents to lead state Eagles organizations

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Maryville residents Sharon and Bernard Riley have made history as the first couple from Maryville to lead the state Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary. On Saturday, the pair plan to attend the Eagles state convention where Sharon will end her term as Missouri Eagles Auxiliary president and Bernard will begin his term as stateworthy president of the Eagles Aerie.

Maryville R-II partners with Nodaway County Cattlemen’s Association

MARYVILLE, Mo. — School cafeterias across the country are always trying to find ways to offer students healthy well-balanced meals. Finding the best way to incorporate quality protein into the youth’s diets has not always been easy or economical, but an upcoming local partnership is working to make that happen.
Nodaway County,

Forum Flashbacks: June 24-30

City Council members toured the Maryville Public Safety headquarters Monday prior to their regular twicemonthly session at City Hall. Leading the tour along with MPS Director Keith Wood was Rick Kuhl of Williams, Spurgeon, Kuhl & Freshnock, a Kansas City architectural firm commissioned by the city to create a needs-assessment study for the combined fire and police station, a converted grocery store located at 222 E. Third St.