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Nodaway County accident injures 1

(Maryville) -- One person was injured in a single-vehicle accident in Nodaway County Monday morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a 2004 Ford Explorer, driven by 85-year-old Charles Hamilton of Barnard, was traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 71 around 9:37 a.m. approximately five miles south of Maryville near 308th Street. Authorities say the vehicle then traveled off the east side of the roadway, struck an embankment, and came to rest off the east side of the road facing northeast.
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Mound city man flown to hospital after being ejected from motorcycle on Route O

The patrol reports a northwest Missouri man was seriously injured when the motorcycle he was riding traveled into the path of a pickup truck northeast of Tarkio. Forty-one-year-old Joseph Rhoades of Mound City was flown by medical helicopter to Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph. The driver of the pickup, 45-year-old Daniel Beckman of Watson, was not reported hurt.
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Knights of Columbus hosting breakfast fundraiser Saturday

(Shenandoah) -- The Knights of Columbus are ready to whip up a delicious fundraiser this Saturday. On July 2, the Knights are hosting their breakfast feast to help raise money for next year's Fourth of July fireworks show. The meal will include a full menu of tasty treats and run alongside a bake sale put on by the Guild of St. Mary's. Joining the KMA "Morning Show," Knights of Columbus member LeRoy Vrbsky outlines the choices diners will be able to chow on.

Drivers from all across the country compete at Elko Speedway

Drivers from as far as California and Florida came to Elko Speedway June 25 to race in the Automobile Racing Club of America Menards 250. It was the biggest event of the season so far at the New Market track, with Sammy Smith of Johnston, Iowa, winning while Jesse Love of Menio Park, California, came in second.

Laura Street Baptist Church hosts community baby shower June 15

The shower was sponsored by Community Services, in partnership with Home State Health and Healthy Blue. Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville, Catholic Charities USA, Nodaway County Health Center and Easter Seals had booths at the June 15 event, providing information and resources. Nodaway County Health Center worker Deanna Bowers...

Clarinda schools continue seeing financial impact of COVID-19

(Clarinda) -- Clarinda school officials continue to see the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and temporary policy changes on particular funds. During its latest regular meeting, the Clarinda School Board received a financial report for the 2020-21 school year after the State Auditor's Office released its report for the school district on the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021. Shirley Maxwell is the school business official with the district. Maxwell says one of the more impacted areas was the district's proprietary funds -- or "hot lunch" funds -- which had an ending balance of roughly $183,000 compared to a beginning balance of $26,000. With federal waivers granting free hot lunch during the pandemic, Maxwell says the ending balance grew significantly due to the fund's restrictions.

Missouri woman injured after crash with a semi

NODAWAY COUNTY —A Missouri woman was injured in an accident just after 6p.m. Friday in Nodaway County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2022 Freightliner semi driven by Salih A. Mohammed, 34, Portland, Oregon, was southbound on U.S. 71 a mile and a half north of Maryville. The...

Boil advisory for portion of Clarinda

(Clarinda) – A portion of Clarinda has been placed under a boil advisory. City Manager Gary McClarnon says due to a water main break, residents that live on both sides of 13th Street from Division Street to Garfield Street are being asked to boil their water. McClarnon says the water main break has been repaired, but the advisory remains in effect.

Historical Society to hold annual meeting

The Nodaway County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting beginning at 5:30 pm, Monday, June 27 at the museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville. The meeting is open to all members. There will be voting on new board members, taking suggestions for upcoming programs, announcing the Stairway of Stars addition,...

A's fall in tight battle with Bombers

(Clarinda) -- The Clarinda A's took a tough 3-2 loss to the Sedalia Bombers in MINK League action on Sunday. The A’s trailed 2-0 into the sixth, but they scored one run each in the sixth and seventh to even the score. The Bombers, though, scored the winning run in the ninth to make the difference.

Hawkins to play for Raptors in NBA Summer League

(KMAland) -- Former Atlantic, Northwest Missouri State and Creighton star Ryan Hawkins will play in the NBA Summer League with the Toronto Raptors. The Creighton men’s basketball team announced the news on their social media accounts. The NBA Summer League is in Las Vegas from July 7th through 17th....

Tabor man arrested on Page County charges

(Shenandoah) – A Tabor man faces charges from two separate incidents. The Shenandoah Police Department says officers served a Page County warrant around 12:30 p.m. Saturday to 29-year-old James Michael Cruz for failure to appear on a scheduled court date. Officers also charged Cruz with 4th degree criminal mischief, stemming from a different incident and investigation.

Essex man arrested for OWI

(Essex) – An Essex man faces charges following his arrest early Saturday morning. The Shenandoah Police Department says officers conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of Highway 48 and North Avenue in Essex around 1:30 a.m. Following an investigation, officers arrested 44-year-old Robert Edward Anderson on a charge of OWI – second offense.

Clarinda City Council Meeting Recap

(Clarinda) The Clarinda City Council approved a compensation increase for the City Manager at their meeting Wednesday. According to the meeting minutes, a resolution was approved authorizing compensation for the City Manager at a 1.875-percent increase for City Manager duties and a 1.875-percent increase for City Clerk/Treasurer duties. In other...