COVID-19 Updates

County, Maryville leaders take emergency action

Officials of Nodaway County and Maryville have been trying to be proactive with the threat of COVID-19 at the county’s doorstep. With one person in the county testing positive, both government groups have laid out new executive orders to better protect people. Nodaway County Commissioners presented an ordinance concerning emergency management March 19 while Maryville’s

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Positive COVID-19 case in Nodaway County

Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces a Nodaway County, Missouri resident has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) by Quest Laboratory. The affected individual is a female between 50-59 years of age and a resident of Nodaway County. The individual is under the care of Mosaic Life Care at St. Joseph. The

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US attorney urges the public to report suspected COVID-19 fraud

On March 22, US Attorney Tim Garrison urged the public to report suspected fraud schemes related to COVID-19 by calling the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) hotline, 1.866.720.5721, or writing to the NCDF email address at disaster@leo.gov. The department of justice is committed to preventing, pursuing, prosecuting, and punishing individuals and businesses that take

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Maryville R-II prepares for extended academic instruction

As MR2 moves into an extended closure, we are preparing a more specific approach to academic instruction. Please understand during this unprecedented time, we aren’t trying to replicate school. Instead, we are trying our best to keep kids engaged and limit academic slide. For consistency, all teachers are using a template to provide a few

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Maryville Community Center will remain closed until ordinances are lifted

Due to the recent Emergency Ordinance by Nodaway County Commissioners, City of Maryville and for the safety and concern of our community, patrons and staff, the Maryville Community Center will continue to be closed until April 30, 2020, or until the Emergency Ordinances are lifted. The Park Board meeting scheduled for April 3, 2020, has

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Mayor issues second emergency order 

WHEREAS, on January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) Director General declared the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, advising countries to prepare for the containment, detection, isolation and case management, contact training, and prevention of onward spread of disease; and, WHEREAS, on March

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United Electric adjusts to new realities

United Electric Cooperative is adjusting to the new realities brought on by COVID-19. There is an old saying, ‘In order to move forward, we have to give back’, and that’s what we plan to do here at United. Watch this video for an important announcement. https://www.facebook.com/UnitedElectricCoop/videos/2965887590137798/?t=60

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Nodaway County ordinance addresses emergency management

Nodaway County Ordinance on Emergency Management in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic An ordinance of emergency management in response to COVID-19 pandemic that jeopardizes the safety and welfare of the inhabitants of Nodaway County, Missouri, that requires or restricts certain activities to ensure the safety and welfare of the inhabitants of Nodaway County, Missouri, a violation

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