COVID-19 Updates

Northwest moving all classes online, starting March 23 due to coronavirus

In the wake of the federal government and the state of Missouri declaring states of emergencies today, Northwest Missouri State University is moving all classes to an online-only format, beginning Monday, March 23, to help protect the health and safety of its students and employees from the spread of COVID-19. Classes already being delivered in

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Visiting Writers Series canceled

The March 17 Visiting Writers Series at Northwest is canceled. Please contact Mark Hornickel or refer to the University calendar (http://calendar.nwmissouri.edu/) if you have questions about other upcoming events at Northwest Missouri State.

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City of Maryville COVID-19 response

The City of Maryville has procedures and practices in place for various types of emergencies, including those related to the health of our citizens and staff. Staff continues to monitor the escalation of the COVID-19, commonly referred to as the Coronavirus. Emergency personnel will continue to work with our regional, state, and federal partners to

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Chamber announces postponements

Hello Chamber and Community Members, We understand that all the members of our community are aware of the current situation regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Our staff wanted to keep everyone aware of changes to Chamber sponsored events. Currently the following events have been POSTPONED indefinitely: the Ribbon Cutting and overall event for the Children’s Business Fair,

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Children’s Business Fair postponed until April

Maryville Public Library announced that: given the nature of our event tomorrow, Saturday, March 14 – an open market where goods and currency are exchanged at multiple contact points-we are postponing our Children’s Business Fair until April. This came with the news that a second COVID-19 case is presumed positive by public health officials in

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Capitol Report 

Legislative leaders issue statement on coronavirus By Allen Andrews, State Representative Missouri’s first confirmed cases of coronavirus have led legislative leaders from both parties, in both chambers, to consider steps to minimize exposure to the virus among Capitol lawmakers, staff and visitors. The Missouri Senate has made the decision to adjourn a week early for

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