An Illinois based band plays at a local dive bar with instruments made out of broken down home appliances. The bass guitar is made out of a washtub. One man plays the washboard. Another, a eucalyptus bamboo digeridoo. The band’s name is the Woodbox Gang and the lead singer, the man who made … Read more
Peace and quiet were two things Priyanka Patel did not expect to find when she came to study abroad in the United States. Even with the unexpected, studying abroad has been a rewarding experience for Patel in many ways. She has gained confidence and has enjoyed communicating with different t… Read more
Payden Harris isn’t quite sure how old he was when he was playing a game of catch with his dad, Rodney Harris, in the front yard of their home in Albany, Missouri. Old enough to catch a baseball, he recalled, and old enough to throw one back. Read more
A suspicious package was found around 11:30 a.m. May 31 in the US Bank parking lot on South Main Street. Read more
The crippling sound of thunder echoes for miles. A once visible speed limit sign wavers, unstable. The foundation of a family’s world cracks with mother nature’s tantrum and they can do nothing but wade through. The road home, engulfed, unseen. Read more
The Maryville Department of Public Safety- Fire Division brought a national campaign to the city by partnering with the American Red Cross to install and educate citizens on smoke alarms in their homes. Read more
Family and friends awaited the arrival of the new members of the Iota Theta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. April 12 at Wabash Park. Read more
Maryville is getting closer to the completion of a high priority project by deciding to proceed with the engineering design of the South Main Corridor. Read more
Conception Abbey and the Conception Seminary College recently launched Brothers Living in Unity, a capital campaign that will benefit the seminary and the monks at the monastery. Read more
Northwest students from both in and out of state are still feeling the effects of winter after historic flooding hit the midwest. In the aftermath many have stepped up to help those in need from donations, to rescue work and even offering shelter to displaced families. Read more
Maryville’s SSM Health St. Francis Hospital will change their name April 1. The hospital will switch ownership from SSM Health to Mosaic. Read more
Northwest Alternative Spring Break is set to travel to the Carolinas, helping in relief efforts from Hurricane Florence for its yearly service trip this semester. Read more
Missouri legislators passed a bill aiming to make it easier for consumers to tell the difference between plant-based meat and real meat. Read more
Family and friends awaited the arrival of the new members of the Iota Theta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. April 12 at Wabash Park.
Interstate 29 has been closed for almost a month and many students have felt the effect, especially those who traveled north to reach home over spring break.
Local law enforcement, city staff and Department of Corrections officers acknowledged citizens affected by crime during an awareness ceremony at Mozingo.
The city of Maryville approved a large contract with a local bank, financing for 12 new pieces of turf maintenance equipment at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park.