The Maryville Parks and Recreation board at the May 18 meeting decided to continue to work toward opening several facilities and programs. The timeline of certain phases will allow for opening of the parks and community center’s meeting rooms. A diverse set of activities have begun and will continue through June. The swimming pool is
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Bob Stiens, Chris Burns, associate commissioners, Walker and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Burns made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. Stiens seconded the motion. The motion passed. Stiens made a motion to approve
By Nate Blackford, Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville president It’s difficult to say when the global COVID-19 pandemic began. It’s been over 12 weeks since our little part of the world started to quarantine and shut down. As we continue to open back up, it’s clear these past three months have left a lasting impact.
“This week’s Covid-19 map, based on the Johns Hopkins (CSSE) data displays the number of deaths in each state divided by the population (deaths per capita). The pattern is very similar to previous maps. The states in the highest category, account for 74% of the deaths. Midwest and Upper Plains states remain low but continue their gradual
The Maryville High School class of 2020 paraded by the schools they had attended on May 15. The parade started at Donaldson Westside Park led by School Resource Officer Ian Myers. It ended at the high school in time to witness the Friday Night lighting of the football and baseball fields. Some parents also
On May 17, the 17 North Nodaway graduating seniors were featured in a parade through Hopkins. The fire department vehicles and sheriff’s car led the parade. Signs and decorations greeted the 2020 seniors along the parade route. Dalton Smyser drove a golf cart through the Hopkins business district.
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces a twelfth Nodaway County, Missouri resident has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The affected individual is a female between 80-89 years of age, and a resident of Nodaway County. The individual is isolated in a private home. If you have not been contacted by the
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Bob Stiens, Chris Burns, associate commissioners; Walker and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Burns made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Stiens made a motion to approve prior commission minutes dated
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator Tom Patterson, announced May 21 three additional individuals who reside in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), marking 11 confirmed cases for the county. The three males, ages 20-30, 50-60, and 60-70, were tested outside of Nodaway County, are asymptomatic and being isolated separately. If you
* Parnell Legion Post #528 will have a Memorial Day ceremony at 2 pm, Sunday, May 24 at the Parnell Cemetery. * Tri-C Memorial Post #464 will have a Memorial Day ceremony at 10 am, Monday, May 25 at the St. Columba Cemetery.