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Barnard Man Injured in Accident South of Maryville Monday Morning

MARYVILLE, MO – A Barnard man was injured in an accident South of Maryville Monday. At 9:37 A.M. the Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to an accident involving 85-year-old Charles I. Hamilton. The crash occurred as Hamilton’s vehicle was northbound on US 71 and travelled off the East side...
MARYVILLE, MO
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Council sets Johnson Brothers Mill hearing

(Shenandoah) – Plans to renovate the Johnson Brothers Mill Building received a huge financial boost Tuesday evening. At its regular meeting, the Shenandoah City Council set a public hearing for July 12 at 6 p.m. on the city’s support for rehabilitating the vacant structure at 818 West Sheridan Avenue. Plans call for MALOJA, LLC to renovate the building into a warehouse and workshop to store rescued building materials for later use. Council members set the hearing after a member of the Johnson family made a sizable donation toward the project’s cost. Noral Johnson, an Essex native now living in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, made the presentation on behalf of his family.
SHENANDOAH, IA
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Johnson Brothers Mill-related action on council's agenda

(Shenandoah) -- Shenandoah officials are hoping to take another step toward addressing a longtime eyesore in the community. Discussion on supporting the renovation of derelict property at 818 West Sheridan Avenue--otherwise known as the Johnson Brothers Mill building--is on the agenda of the Shenandoah City Council's regular meeting at 6 this (Tuesday) evening at City Hall. Council members are also expected to set a public hearing on the proposal for July 12 at 6 p.m. At its last regular meeting two weeks ago, Margaret Brady, owner of MALOJA, LLC., detailed plans to restore the venerable, vacant structure into a warehouse and workshop to store rescued building materials for later use. Estimates place the renovation project at more than $502,000. Brady's payment plan entails a three-pronged approach, including $250,000 in tax increment financing from the city. Also, Brady says the Johnson family would sell the building to MALOJA for a nominal cost, and contribute to the external rehab's cost.
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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.
NODAWAY COUNTY, MO
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Weekend Accident Leaves Mound City Man With Serious Injuries

A mid-day accident Saturday left a Mound City man with serious injuries. Troop H of the Missouri State Highway Patrol says 41-year-old Mound City resident Joseph L. Rhoades was driving a 2008 Harley Davidson southbound on Atchison County Route O at noon Saturday when his motorcycle traveled into the northbound lane of Route O and struck a 2007 Chevy Silverado.
MOUND CITY, MO
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Rock Port 14 & Under wins league and tournament

Rock Port Youth Athletics Association was host to both the 12 & Under and 14 & Under baseball league tournaments this year. A total of 18 games were played at the park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Rock Port 14 & Under not only finished as League Champion, but they also won the league tournament, going undefeated for the weekend. Team members, from left to right, are: front row – Corbin Wallace, Carter Oswald, Westyn Amthor, Jadyn Geib, Case Millsap, Tayden Cook, Jack Meyerkorth, and Blayne Gubser; and back row – Coach Jared Meyerkorth, Dylan Lair, Coach Rebel Herron, Teagan Brunk, Tate Johnson, Ryder Herron, Seth Gubser, Coach Troy Cook, and Coach Wyatt Amthor.
ROCK PORT, MO
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Tarkio Chamber and Resource Center host golf tournament

Susie Mather tees off on hole #8 at the Tarkio Golf Course June 21, 2022, during the Tarkio Chamber of Commerce and Tarkio Resource Center annual golf tournament. Mike Herrick chips towards the putting green on hole #4 in the Tarkio Chamber of Commerce and Tarkio Resource Center annual golf tournament.
TARKIO, MO
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RPDC announces Regional Teachers of the Year

The Northwest Regional Professional Development Center at Northwest Missouri State University has announced two area teachers as its 2022-23 Regional Teachers of the Year. This year’s honorees are Kim Fish, a Spanish instructor with the King City R-I School District, and Rachael Luke, an elementary special education teacher with the Stanberry R-II School District.
MARYVILLE, MO
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Hudgins reflects on signing contract with Houston Rockets

Trevor Hudgins fondly remembers being a part of the Little Dribblers as a kid in Manhattan, Kansas. He fondly remembers his four years at Manhattan High School. And he fondly remembers his five-year, success-filled tenure at Northwest Missouri State University. Now, he’ll fondly remember the night of June 23, when...
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NWMEF hires new facilitator

Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation (NWMEF) has hired Adam Summers as their new Enterprise Facilitator. Summers is replacing former Enterprise Facilitator Keli Morris. Summers is a 2018 graduate of William Woods University with a Master’s Degree in Secondary Administration and has an undergraduate degree in Business Education and Marketing from Northwest Missouri State University. He previously worked for Penney High School, Hamilton, Missouri, and Craig High School, Craig, Missouri, teaching High School Business and Marketing. Summers is also vice president and co-founder of 413 Machining LLC in Maryville, Missouri.
MARYVILLE, MO
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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.
PRIOR LAKE, MN
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Maryville council approves contract for Mozingo RV park

At the June 15 Maryville City Council meeting, it was unanimously approved for a change order contract with White Cloud Engineering and Construction, Maryville, to do design-build services related to the RV Park expansion at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. The increased amount is $83,770 to bring the total contract to $271,020. The money came from the Mozingo fund.
MARYVILLE, MO
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Tarkio Rehab Fun & Fireworks

Tarkio Rehabilitation and Health Care’s Fun and Fireworks Friday, June 24, 2022, included many fun-filled games, as well as delicious food. Cate Crawford watches the Tarkio Volunteer Firemen shoot off fireworks at Tarkio Rehabilitation and Health Care’s Fun and Fireworks Friday, June 24, 2022. (Mary McAdams photo)
TARKIO, MO
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Rock Port 12 & Under take 3rd place

The Rock Port 12 & Under team placed third in the Southeast Nebraska Baseball League Tournament hosted in Rock Port this year. Team members, from left to right, are: front row – Blaise Krogen, Rush Lewis, Isaac Shimmel, and Landon Howell; middle row – Rylan Hunter, Josh Schlueter, Axyl Slemp, Corbin Wallace, Blayne Gubser, Hunter Bowlin, and Grady Cook; and back row – Coach Jesse Bolin, Coach Troy Cook, Coach Jason Lewis, and Coach Jordan Shrader.
ROCK PORT, MO
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Black widow spider infestation raises concern at Page County park

Unexpected patrons have occupied a restroom at a Page County park near Shenandoah — black widow spiders. County conservation director John Schwab says crews discovered a large cluster of the venomous spiders at Pioneer Park during regular restroom maintenance. While the black widow is common throughout the country, Schwab says the large concentration was concerning.
PAGE COUNTY, IA
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