The Northeast Nodaway school district held a special Suicide Prevention Walk after its JV softball game against Jefferson C-123 Sept. 22. The school district partnered with the Mosaic Medical Center - Maryville to host the walk since September is Suicide Prevention Month. The theme of the wa… Read more
Representatives from the Mosaic Medical Center - Maryville and Northwest held a press conference at 11 a.m. on Sept. 27. in the circle drive by Martindale Hall to publicly announce Mosaic’s $250,000 pledge to the Northwest Foundation for the ongoing renovations to Martindale Hall. Speakers i… Read more
The Maryville R-II Board of Education gathered Sept. 21 at the Maryville High School Performing Arts Center. The board invited Northwest students who were enrolled in ecology of teaching to come to sit in on the board meeting to get a better grasp on how a meeting is run. An informative Q&am… Read more
Northwest alumna Abigail Cottingham returned to Maryville to give a presentation on Black History in Nodaway County at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum Sept. 24. Read more
As a result of COVID-19, employers have struggled to recruit and maintain quality staff due to the inflation in the economy, this is no exception for Maryville Police Department Read more
Maryville City Council continued its discussion on the draft budget for Fiscal Year 2023 in preparation for finalizing the budget at its Sept 26 meeting. Read more
There’s a new member of the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce. Becky Albrecht has been selected as the chamber’s new executive director as of Aug. 17. Read more
Hunting season has returned, as of last week, ducks and other waterfowl season started off. Starting Sept. 15, hunting deer with a bow will be allowed in Missouri. Read more
The scheduled hearing for a case involving a Northwest student has been postponed to Sep. 19 after Circuit Court Judge Corey Herron granted continuance in court Aug. 29. Read more
Over the last 50 years, the cost of post-high school education has skyrocketed for students looking to obtain degrees, leaving no choice for many than to take out student loans. To ease the burden of growing costs for higher-education, President Joe Biden announced Aug. 24 a three-part plan … Read more
West Nodaway School District, made up of roughly 230 students, is training a short list of their teachers to become certified School Protection Officers and will not require a psychological evaluation. Read more
It was announced at the Nodaway County Senior Citizens Aug. 17 Senate meeting that the Nodaway County Senior Center would be receiving a grant from the Lions Club. The Lions Club International Hunger Grant will be used to install a new walk-in refrigeration unit for the senior center. Read more
Snider Development is planning to build two more low-income housing units. The project is hoping to be funded through a federal tax credit. Read more
While driving down Main Street, people can see an array of different buildings, restaurants and businesses, but what they’ll also find is the same building that someone would have seen 110 years ago. Read more
Last February, West Nodaway and Nodaway-Holt school districts discussed, polled and voted on switching to a four-day academic week to retain teachers, attract new employees and save money. Both districts had the first day of school Aug. 23. Read more
Maryville City Council went through a Fiscal Year 2023 budget draft that includes improvements to Mozingo Lake Recreational Park, as well as hearing about plans for new low-income housing. Read more
The overlapping barks of dogs and meows of cats echo through the halls of the New Nodaway Humane Society. This Humane Society in particular is experiencing overcrowding, but according to shelter manager Wendy Combs, it’s not the only shelter experiencing this problem. Read more
Secretary of State John Ashcroft confirmed an amendment to legalize recreational marijuana will appear on the Missouri midterm ballots Aug. 9. The announcement came via Legal Missouri 2022’s Instagram, where state officials certified 214,535 voter signatures across Missouri’s eight congressi… Read more
A month and three days after Northwest President John Jasinski announced the Board of Regents decided to not renew his contract via an “All that Jazz” email, people are still asking why. Read more
The man at the helm of Northwest for the last 13 years — and until the conclusion of June — sat in a black leather chair on the first floor of the campus’s Administration Building. He was wearing denim blue jeans, a multi-colored button-up, navy blazer and, most importantly, socks with his d… Read more
Horizons West Apartments, which is home to many Northwest students, will be undergoing renovations starting in January 2023 after switching management. Read more
A bright orange arrow painted on a building in downtown Maryville points the way to an unassuming bakery nestled on East Sixth Street. The once-convivial place to start the day now sits vacant after the death of beloved baker Ali Elzen April 16. Read more
The Maryville R-II robotics team is set to compete in the Vex Robotics World Championship in Dallas May 4. The team is led by science teacher Phil Stone, and it has been competing in VEX Robotics for six years. This year marks the first time Maryville R-II has qualified to compete in the wor… Read more
North Central Missouri College held a groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of its newest community college location April 21 in Savannah, Missouri. The event was free to the public and had dozens of people in attendance, from NCMC members to Savannah locals. Read more
Many new improvements will be coming to Maryville in the future after City Council approved multiple contracts and agreements at its April 25 meeting. Read more
A permanent fixture in the Northwest community for the past three decades will officially begin making its move on campus in the coming months. Read more
Since 1912, the building that is now Maryville Public Library has sat along Main Street. With over a century of weathering and use, there are some much-needed repairs. To help with upkeep, the library received the first grant through the city’s Downtown Facade Improvement Grant for $50,000. Read more
The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County nonprofit organization has established a new scholarship for littles graduating high school across Nodaway County. The new scholarship comes after a successful financial year and federal aid. The scholarship is made up of $2,500, which may incre… Read more
Sexual Assault Awareness Month is a month of education and reflection regarding the topic of sexual assault. It was first nationally observed in the United States in 2001, and has been observed by Northwest through various events during the month for many years. Read more
Northwest Regent Deborah Roach sent a statement to the Missourian with her thoughts from the public comment section of the April 12 Board of Regents meeting. Regents were in “listen-only mode” during the April 12 meeting Regent Chair John Moore said. They did not respond in the open session … Read more
Northwest Board of Regent Chair John Moore issued a statement Thursday afternoon. The statement addresses some comments and concerns brought up at the Board’s April 12 meeting on Zoom. Read more
The University of Missouri School of Law Veterans Clinic will be offering free virtual legal advice and consultation for veterans in several Missouri counties. The legal advice for Missouri veterans include topics such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs disability benefits, … Read more
Farmers in five Missouri counties – Barton, Bates, Cedar, Saint Clair and Vernon – are once again free to use the Enlist brand of herbicides to spray on their crops after a previous restriction by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in January was reversed. Read more
Just 11 days after President John Jasinski sent an “All That Jazz” email saying that the Board of Regents decided not to renew his contract, 168 community members, faculty, staff and students joined a Zoom meeting with the Board to express their concerns about the Regent’s decisions and the … Read more
As COVID-19 guidelines start to ease, many cities are trying to recover and boost their overall tourism numbers. Maryville officials planned to do the same, starting by hiring DeAnn Davison, the city’s first tourism director. She started in the position on April 4. Read more
The scheduled hearing for a case involving a Northwest student who was charged with Invasion Of Privacy, a class E felony, has been moved to May 17 after he appeared in court this morning. Read more
Northwest alumna Abigail Cottingham returned to Maryville to give a presentation on Black History in Nodaway County at the Nodaway County Historical Society Museum Sept. 24.
As a result of COVID-19, employers have struggled to recruit and maintain quality staff due to the inflation in the economy, this is no exception for Maryville Police Department
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new COVID-19 booster shot through Pfizer and Moderna on Aug. 31. This shot is supposed to target the original variant and the latest Omicron variant, along with its sub-strains.
Downtown Maryville hosted a concert from 5-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Downtown Pocket Park, with Royce Johns performing a variety of cover songs and original songs.
Maryville City Council continued its discussion on the draft budget for Fiscal Year 2023 in preparation for finalizing the budget at its Sept 26 meeting.
Mozingo Lake Recreation Park has updated its regulations on crappie fishing, increasing the daily limit a fisher can keep. Fishers can now keep up to 30 crappie fish, with no more than 15 of them being over nine inches.
Inflation. This daunting word has been trolling the news nationwide and has had a chokehold on not just the price of gas, but also farmers across Nodaway County, especially with harvest season starting soon.