Eight seniors were selected by the student body of Mound City R-2 high school as the 2015 Panther Homecoming king and queen candidates. The king and queen will be crowned before the football game against Worth County of Grant City, MO, on Friday, September 4.
Nodaway-Holt R-VII School has hired six new staff members for the 2015-2016 school year. The elementary school classrooms and administrative offices are in Maitland, MO, and the junior high and high school classrooms and administrative offices are in Graham, MO.
On A Mission 2015 is a group of young people and adult leaders from the Mound City First Christian Church that travels near and far on missions of labor and faith. Sunday through Friday, July 26-31, the group returned to an area in Oklahoma where it had served in 2013.
Schools in the area closed their doors for the summer in late May. The students walked out with plans to swim, ride bikes, travel with family and sleep late. Teachers shut the grade books and made plans for a full summer break.
During the seventh week of the Summer Reading Program at the Mound City Public Library, on Tuesday, July 14, Dr. Amber Brown-Keebler of the Northwest Health Services clinic in Mound City brought her doctor’s bag to show the children how a doctor can be a “hero” to a sick patient.