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Maryville Teen Sent To Hosptial In Nodaway County Accident

A two vehicle crash Saturday morning in Nodaway County sent a Maryville teen to the hospital. 36 year old Frederick A Creamer of Maryville was eastbound on Highway 71, 5 miles north of Maryville and 18 year old Dakota L Wray of Hopkins was southbound on Fairway Road. Wray failed to stop at a stop sign and ran into the path of Creamer. A 15 year female from Maryville in Wray’s vehicle was taken by Nodaway County Ambulance to Mosaic Medical Center in Maryville.
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Nodaway County charges Iowa man with child sex crimes

(MARYVILLE, Mo.) The Nodaway County Prosecutor’s office has charged an Iowa man with six child sex crimes. 53-year-old Richard Eugene Darrell, of Red Oak, Iowa, has been charged with one count of felony sodomy or attempted sodomy, one count of statutory sodomy or attempted statutory sodomy, two counts of felony sexual abuse, and two counts of felony child molestation.
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Iowa Man Incarcerated in Nodaway County on Child Sex Charges

Richard Eugene Darrell. Photo by Nodaway County Sheriff's Office. An Iowa man has been arrested and charged with child sex crimes in Nodaway County. According to the Nodaway County Sheriff’s Office, an allegation was made known to officers that 53-yearold Red Oak, Iowa resident Richard Eugene Darrell had sexually molested a 12-year old female child in Hopkins.
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Hopkins Man Arrested For DUI Friday

Friday evening 38 year old Chad D King of Hopkins was arrested by Missouri State Patrol in Nodaway County for driving while intoxicated with drugs as a persistent offender, driving while revoked and careless and imprudent driving involving an accident. King was taken to the Nodaway County Jail on no bond.
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Nodaway County reports gradual rise in COVID-19 cases

(Maryville) -- Like much of Missouri, Nodaway County has seen a gradual rise in COVID-19 cases over the past couple of weeks. Nodaway County public health administrator Tom Patterson, speaking on the KMA Morning Line Program, said while it is still in the single digits for daily cases, he says there was a stretch of time recently where the county was seeing little to no new daily cases.

Maryville Teen Injured in Nodaway County Crash

A Maryville teen was injured when the vehicle she was riding in was struck north of Maryville on Saturday morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the 15-year old sustained moderate injuries when the vehicle in which she was a occupant failed to stop at a stop sign on Fairway Road at US 71, 5 miles north of Maryville. The vehicle, which was driven by 36-year old Maryville resident Frederick Creamer, was struck by a vehicle that was eastbound on US 71 Highway.

Maryville teen injured in vehicle accident

(Maryville) -- A Maryville teen was injured in a multi-vehicle accident on Saturday morning. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred five miles north of Maryville on Highway 71 at around 11:30 when a vehicle -- driven by 18-year-old Dakota Wray of Hopkins -- failed to stop at a stop sign. Wray's vehicle was then struck by a vehicle operated by 36-year-old Frederick A. Creamer of Maryville.

Dispatch, NCAD work on radio reception solutions

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Jessica Rickabaugh, Northwest Regional Communications dispatch supervisor, met with the Nodaway County Ambulance District board last week to discuss workarounds to reception issues. Recently, some rescue squad members have reported difficulty making out dispatch radio communications in Jackson Township and the northern part of the county. Radio...
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Sticken receives Best of Show for 57 Triumph

The results of the 2021 Nodaway County Fair Bike show included the award of Best of Show to Everett Sticken for his 1957 Triumph TRW. • American made under 1200cc: first, Rick Hart for his Indian 2021 Scout; second, Charlie Moore, Harley Davidson 2005 Sportster; third, Don Sticken, HD 2011 HD Heritage Softail.

Northwest Missouri nationally recognized for university covid response

(MARYVILLE, Mo.) Northwest Missouri State University is being recognized for the campus covid-19 response during the 2020-2021 academic year. The university will receive the 2021 American Association of State Colleges and Universities Excellence and Innovation Award for campus pandemic response in the rural category. Northwest implemented an emergency response team...

Northwest student dies at 19

Ezra Mohn, a freshman graphic design major from Fillmore, Missouri, was found dead in his off-campus Maryville residence July 24. Local police indicate no foul play is suspected at this time. Counseling is always available to students through Wellness Services, which can be reached at 660-562-1348 during regular business hours,...

Habitat for Humanity cheers 12th home

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County and community members gathered July 18 to celebrate their partnership with the McCoy family and dedicate their new home. With Habitat’s assistance, Mikeala McCoy and her family took ownership of the new three-bedroom home on Lincoln Street in Maryville. It’s the...
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Contractor sets date for Northeast Nodaway field completion

RAVENWOOD, Mo. — Construction of the new baseball field and track is set to be completed by the end of the month, the contractor has told the Northeast Nodaway school district. Northeast Nodaway R-V Superintendent Brenda Dougan said contractor PCC Sports now expects to be done with its portion of...
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Maryville teen injured in Nodaway County accident Saturday morning

NODAWAY COUNTY, Mo. — A Maryville teen was injured in a Nodaway County accident Saturday morning. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Frederick A. Creamer, 26, of Maryville, was driving a Nissan Sentra northbound on U.S. Route 71 at Fairway Road, about five miles north of Maryville, around 11:35 a.m. Saturday. A Mercury Sable, being driven by Dakota L. Wray, 18, of Hopkins, was driving southbound on Fairway Road and failed to stop at a stop sign. Wray’s vehicle traveled into the path of Creamer’s vehicle, causing Creamer’s Sentra to strike the rear bumper of Wray’s Sable. Wray’s female passenger, 15, was moderately injured and transported by Nodaway County EMS to Mosaic in Maryville for treatment.
Mound City,

Sports Shorts For Monday

Mound City senior to be Tony Osburn announced via Twitter Sunday he has received his first D1 MBB offer from Omaha. Friday Mizzou’s Michael Maietti, Iowa’s Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa State’s Colin Newell, Nebraska’s Cam Jurgens & Kansas’ Mike Novitsky were named to the Rimington Award Watch list. The honor given to the nation’s top Center.

Marilyn June Robbins (Thurnau)

Of Craig died Thursday July 22nd. Services Wednesday July 28th at 10:00 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Mound City. Burial in the IOOF Cemetery in Craig. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in remembrance of Marilyn to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Marilyn was 85.
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Ready for a change? These jobs are open in Falls City

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Falls City: 1. Forestry and Wildlife Technician; 2. Sales Rep - No Experience Required; Hiring Now (Training Offered); 3. Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Travel Allied - $54.72/Hour $1970/Weekly; 4. Outside Sales Representative; 5. Travel Speech
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Monday has sun for Falls City — 3 ways to make the most of it

(FALLS CITY, NE) The forecast is calling for sun today in Falls City. Here are three ideas for how to make the most of it, along with a four-day forecast. Have a picnic: Especially in the era of COVID-19 restrictions, a novel way to safely engage in the beloved pastime of a shared meal can be hard to find. Why not get creative and meet a friend somewhere pretty with a basketful of snacks and a blanket? Risk levels should always be taken into account along with advice from health authorities on gathering sizes.