Melinda Patton, Nodaway County clerk, reported her office will be open from 8 am to noon, Saturday, April 3 for any registered voter to vote an absentee ballot. The office is located in the County Administration Center, 403 North Market, Maryville. Voters should bring proper identification, such as a driver’s license, non-driver’s picture ID, passport,
The City of Maryville has an existing 1/8 cent city storm water/local parks sales and use tax rate that expires on March 31. The 1/8th of a cent expiring is from the Debt Retirement Fund and associated directly with the debt for community center construction and refunding. The FY’21 budget includes $246,000 from this revenue
Maryville High School is presenting Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at 7 pm, Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March 27, and at 2 pm, Sunday, March 28 located in the Lee and Nina Schneider Performing Arts Center at the high school.
“This week’s map, based on data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), displays the percent of people who have received both doses or are fully vaccinated in each state. Alaska leads with 19% administered in arms followed by New Mexico, Hawaii and South Dakota. Missouri ranks 44th with 11% fully vaccinated and 75%
At the March 11 Skidmore City Council meeting, Emily Wicoff, PE, from Snyder and Associates, Inc., St. Joseph, informed the council the cost of the sewer project had doubled to over $2 million. The city passed a bond levy in 2017 to finance the project. The project is planned for operation June 1, 2023, and
The Maryville Tourism Committee discussed hiring a staff person at the March 10 meeting. Committee President Josh McKim said the two things tourism committees need to do is have more wayfinding signage in its town and to hire an employee. He felt it is time to start looking at the options available. McKim estimated there
The Maryville Public Library is offering Book Nibblers for children birth to age five at 9:45 am, Tuesday, March 23.
Nodaway County Health Center and Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville are urging individuals to sign up for the COVID-19 vaccinations. At this time, vaccines are being given to individuals who qualify under phase 1A and 1B, tier 1, 2 and 3. All three tiers may register for future vaccine clinics through Mosaic Medical Center –
By Nate Blackford, Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville president On Monday of this week, the State of Missouri’s expanded list of those eligible to receive the COVID vaccine went into effect. The newly expanded group, referred to “Phase 1B – Tier 3” by the state, includes the following occupations and industries: K-12 education, communications infrastructure,
The Maryville Community Blood Drive is a two-day event from 9 am to 3 pm, Monday, March 22 and 11 am to 7 pm, Tuesday, March 23 at the First Baptist Church Gym, 121 East Jenkins Street. Appointments are requested. Online appointments can be made at savealifenow.org/group, group code is BL. For additional details or to