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East Atchison makes quick work of Rock Port, moves to 5-0

(Rock Port) -- For the fourth consecutive year, East Atchison claimed the Atchison County Super Bowl, doing so this time behind a fast start, 221 rushing yards and a noble defensive effort in a 48-0 win over Rock Port. "This is a huge rivalry," said East Atchison head coach Aaron...
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City proposal could increase water bills, sewer rates

Maryville residents and businesses could see their water bill rates go up 25% and sewer rates 50% next year. Over the summer, Maryville hired a company called NewGen Strategies & Solutions to perform a water and sewer rate study for the first time since 2005. Eric Callocchia, NewGen Strategies &...
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Greene County shuts out Clarinda 41-0 on the road

(Clarinda)-- The Greene County Rams started fast in Clarinda on their way to a 41-0 shutout of the Cardinals on homecoming. The excitement started quickly for the Rams. Richard Daugherty returned the opening kickoff 87-yards for the touchdown to put Greene County up a touchdown early. Daugherty said his teammates set him up well.

No one injured when vehicle hits school bus

MARYVILLE, Mo. — All the children were unharmed and no injuries were reported when a subcompact car crashed into a school bus Thursday afternoon on Seventh Street in Maryville. According to Maryville police officer Matt McMillen, the driver of a white Nissan Versa told officers that at about 3 p.m.,...

East Atchison gets the shut out win in week 5

(ROCK PORT, Mo) Two undefeated teams faced off at Rock Port High School in week 5, the Rock Port Blue Jays hosted the East Atchison Wolves. East Atchison jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead and did not let up. East Atchison wins this one 48-0. Rock Port (4-1) will...

Maryville cruises to victory

(MARYVILLE, Mo) Maryville hosted Cameron in week 5 of the regular season. Cameron and Maryville both looking for their second win on the season. This one was all Maryville, they took a 49-0 lead at halftime, and finished the game winning 52-0. Maryville (2-3) will travel to Benton (1-4) next...

Rock Port accident injures 1

(Rock Port) -- A South Dakota woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident in Atchison County late Thursday afternoon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred on U.S. Highway 136 in Rock Port, near the Interstate 29 entrance and exit. Authorities say a 2017 Toyota Corolla driven by 71-year-old Rita Sutton of Kadoka, South Dakota failed to yield as it was turning east onto 136, and struck a 2019 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup driven by 26-year-old Bryce Roecker of Fairfax. Sutton's vehicle came to rest in the intersection with its wheels facing northeast, while Roecker's pickup came to a controlled stop off the roadway.

Library receives donation from 10 Squared Women

The 10 Squared Women of Nodaway County group donated $8,200 to the Maryville Public Library, September 20. At the presentation were Elizabeth Argo, MPL youth service coordination, Barbara Nelsen, Friends of the Library Foundation, and Amanda Twaddle, 10 Squared Women member. Nelsen applied for the donation. Argo said the funds...

Northwest Missouri State University reports death of student

(MARYVILLE, Mo.) Northwest Missouri State University is mourning one of its students who was found deceased in his on-campus residence Thursday evening. The student, Samuel H. Davis, 19, was found inside his room at Millikan Hall. No foul play is suspected. He was a first-year radiologic science major from Lee’s...

Woman injured after 2-vehicle NW Missouri crash

ATCHISON COUNTY—One person was injured in an accident just before 5p.m. Thursday in Atchison County. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2017 Toyota Corolla driven by Rita A. Sutton, 71, Kadoka, South Dakota, was eastbound on U.S. 136 at Interstate 29 in Rock Port. The driver failed to yield...

Bringing back the sale barn

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Through their purchase of the United Producers Sale Barn in mid-July, Tommy Runyan and James Hudgens have brought livestock auctioning back to Maryville. Runyan, a fourth-generation stockyard operator, is no stranger to livestock. He started selling cattle in 1994 for Swift and Henry Order Buying Company in Kansas City.

Kinlsow, Blue Jays impress early on

There were nine schools in the Class 1-3 Divisions and the Blue Jays ended with 42 total points, which was 12 more points than first place Maryville. West Platte had four runners finish in the top-10 among the smaller schools, including a first-place finish from Charlie Kinslow. “Charlie took 30...

Pickering Lions Club hosts 84th annual horse show

PICKERING, Mo. — With a weight of 10,050 pounds draft horses Bill and Don pulled Ryan Smith of Clark, Missouri, right into first place at Friday night’s 84th annual Pickering Horse Show Overload Draft Horse Pull. The two-day event featuring horses and entertainment from all over Missouri and Iowa, saw...

Coin events coming soon

1. Story Hour; 2. Shenandoah Garden City Farmers Market; 3. Prairie Seed Harvest - Waubonsie State Park; 4. Celebration of life; 5. Edan Everly and Friends Concert;

Stanberry events coming up

1. KXCV-KRNW Fall 2021 Fund Drive; 2. 5K Route; 3. Theatre Northwest: “Off Season - The 31st Annual Freshman/Transfer Showcase”; 4. Bearcat Football Game; 5. Football vs Central Oklahoma (Family Weekend);

Deaths climb to 33, active cases drop

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Nodaway County tallied its 33rd death caused by COVID-19, the latest available data from the Nodaway County Health Department shows, and the active case count continues to drop. For the first time since mid-July, the active case count in the county dropped below 50 over the past...