The Skidmore City Council met via Zoom in open and closed sessions, January 14, where one of the business items was presentations of water meter replacement proposals. Three proposals were considered: BP Meters, LLC, Maryville; USABlueBook, Gurnee, IL; and Schulte Supply, Inc., Edwardsville, IL. The bids were tabled because of requests for more information. The
The Nodaway County Health Center swore in the two new board of trustees members appointed by the Nodaway County Commissioners at the board’s January 20 meeting. Board President Marlin Kinman gave the oath of office to Bridget Kenny and Debra Hull. The two will serve until the Tuesday, April 6 election. The health center has
January 20 – four individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The affected individuals include: 1 female between 20-29 years of age 1 female between 30-39 years of age 1 female and 1 male between 40-49 years of age January 21 – two individuals residing in
Monday, January 25 School Closings include South Nodaway, Jefferson, Northeast Nodaway, West Nodaway and Maryville.
Due to inclement weather, MERIL offices in St. Joseph and Maryville are closed on Monday, January 25.
At the Maryville Tourism Committee meeting, January 13, the committee voted to approve the $1,000 grant application submitted by Holly Cronk with the “Make it Maryville” local small business group. The grant, which is to be used for general promotion purchases, was approved with the provision that other businesses be invited to join and take
Category 2 – Critical Risk for COVID-19 On November 24, 2020, the City of Maryville issued the Seventh Emergency Order (EO-7) regarding mitigation efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. EO-7 mirrors the State of Missouri’s Public Health Warning and Local Government Advisory issued November 19, 2020 and includes action steps based on local public
The National Weather Service has issued a WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM MONDAY TO 6 AM CST TUESDAY… * WHAT…Heavy mixed precipitation expected. Total snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches and ice accumulations of around one-tenth of an inch. * WHERE…Portions of northeast Kansas and north-central, northeast, and northwest Missouri. *
On January 19, Twyla Hazen, Maryville, gave her 25th unit of blood during the Maryville Community Blood Drive held at the First Baptist Church. She was assisted by Debra Cockran, a care tech I of St. Joseph. The day had 190 people through the door to give blood with 177 units collected during the event.
The April 6 Municipal Election will have a handful of races with most schools’ board of education having the same number of candidates as openings. This situation is commonly referred to as a “no election.” However, the city council spots in Maryville have four citizens vying for the two openings. The Maryville City Council candidates