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Missing Nodaway County Teen Located in Nebraska

NODAWAY COUNTY, MO – A 17-year old reported missing from Nodaway County has been located and returned home safe. The Nodaway County Sheriff’s Office says the female left her parent’s home without parental consent. An investigation led authorities to believe she was in Falls City, Nebraska with a 35-year old male. Deputies worked with Nebraska authorities and the U.S. Marshals Service to locate the 17-year old and return her home. A criminal investigation is now underway.
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Maryville's Hangar Cinema offers cinema experience, party space and arcade

In 1997, when Tad Gordon dreamed up the idea of an airplane cinema in Maryville, he wanted something completely original. After two years of design, the plans for Hangar Cinema were drafted and ready for construction. The building itself was relatively simple to put together, but the inside needed three...
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Job Fair Being Held Today in Albany

ALBANY, MO – The Missouri Department of Workforce Development and the Missouri Job Center in Maryville is hosting a job fair at MU Hundley-Whaley in Albany today until 2 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome and employers are ready to hire on-site. Employers represented are:. KAK Industry. Johnson Controls, Inc. GHS...

Savannah tacks on eight runs in the first, gets by Maryville for district championship

Savannah coach Erich Bodenhausen said Wednesday that no lead is safe in high school baseball. Much less in the postseason. The Savages (28-5), however, built themselves a safety net early, scoring eight runs in the bottom of the first and limiting Maryville's offense the rest of the way in a 9-3 win over the Spoofhounds in the Class 4 District 16 championship game at Phil Welch Stadium in St. Joseph Wednesday.

Northwest Regents approve MBA emphasis, renovations to McKemy Center

Several alumni, Bearcat supporters speak on Dr. John Jasinski’s behalf. Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents, during a regular session May 4, approved the addition of a healthcare management emphasis to the university’s suite of online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs as well as renovations to the McKemy Center for future systems management training and skill development courses.

Lady Hornets Soccer Falls in District Semi-Finals to Maryville

On Wednesday night, the Chillicothe girls soccer club squared off with the Spoofhounds of Maryville High School in a district semi-final game that was rescheduled from the day before. On a hot afternoon on the pitch, Maryville’s Cleo Johnson had no problem powering her team’s offense. Her first goal would...

Boat Inspections Scheduled Saturday in Missouri

With Memorial Day weekend coming soon, May 21st through the 27th is designated as National Safe Boating Week. The Missouri State Highway Patrol will hold boat equipment inspections statewide this Saturday. Inspections will be held for the public in Troop H from 7 to 9 a.m. at Big Lake State Park Boat Ramp near Craig. Another inspection will be held in Troop A at Smithville Lake at the Camp Branch Marina Boat Ramp from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nodaway County churches sponsor ‘Christmas in the Summertime’

Applications for the “Christmas in the Summertime” clothing project will be accepted at Community Services, 1212 South Main Street, Maryville, now through Monday, June 20. Students who qualify to participate in this program must be in kindergarten through 12th grade and enrolled in a Nodaway County school for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

Dream of Being In Montana is Now In Phase Two For Jones

County Executive Director at the Farm Service Administration (FSA) office in Sc obey. His story begins in Kansas City, Missouri where he was born 30 years ago. He was raised in Hiawatha, Kansas, a city of around 3,000 people. After graduating from Hiawatha High School in 2010 he joined the...

Troy softball wins KSHSAA 2-1A Regional

WATHENA, Kan. — Troy freshman Emerson Weber hit a line drive down the right field line, scoring senior Paige Hinds to beat McLouth 1-0 in walk-off fashion in Tuesday’s KSHSAA 2-1A regional championship. Troy (20-0) was held to just one hit in the first six innings against Corissa...