NWMSU marks 15 years of online courses
MARYVILLE, Mo. (AP) ? Northwest Missouri State University is marking the 15-year anniversary of its online program.
Maryville Named a 2015 Best Value College by Kiplinger?s
Maryville University has been recognized as a Best Value College by Kiplinger?s Personal Finance for the fourth consecutive year. Maryville is cited consistently in the magazine?s annual Best Value Colleges rankings for providing outstanding academics at an affordable cost. (PRWeb December 23, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12413903.htm
Missouri trappers pursue fur-bearing bounty
MARYVILLE, Mo. (AP) ? When most folks in Nodaway County think about harvesting wildlife, they have in mind deer and turkey, or maybe the occasional hunter who prefers to shoot rabbits, squirrels and other small game.
Maryville maintains No. 1 ranking in Division II
EDMOND, Okla. -- Maryville (Mo.) maintained the No. 1 ranking in the first regular season NCAA Division II wrestling poll, according to the rankings released Wednesday by the Division II Wrestling Coaches Association.
Kawasaki move could boost Maryville
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? One of Maryville?s strongest employers has decided to become its newest corporate citizen.
Northwest marks online milestone
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? In 1999, Northwest Missouri State University launched a new form of higher learning and began offering online coursework through Northwest Online. Fifteen years later, the platform continues to evolve, supplementing the academic needs of an increasing enrollment and enhancing the ways to delivery content.
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Betty Rogers Betty Mae Rogers, 89, Cherokee Village, AR, died Thursday, December 4, 2014, at Parkdale Manor Nursing Home, Maryville. Mrs. Rogers? body has been cremated. Funeral services will be held at Spring River Presbyterian Church, Hardy, at a later date, with committal at the Church?s Columbarium. Memorials may be made to her church, Alzheimer?s [...]
Careers, Awards & Milestones, Dec. 10, 2014
MIKE CLINE has retired from the Missouri Department of Transportation after nine years of service. He was the senior maintenance worker at Hamilton, Mo.
Northwest men score 26 straight in blowout of Iowa Wesleyan
MARYVILLE, Mo. ?Northwest Missouri State is developing a knack for scoring in bunches. The only problem has been getting those bunches to come at the right times.
Turnovers snowball on Northwest women in loss to Fort Hays
MARYVILLE, Mo. ? Early in the first half of Saturday?s game between Northwest Missouri State and Fort Hays State, the Bearcats used back-to-back steals and converted in transition to take an early lead.