COVID-19 Updates

2020 Nodaway County Fair canceled

From a release distributed by Nodaway County Fair President Tom Martin, March 18, the Nodaway County Fair for this summer has been canceled. The release reads as follows: “Due to the economic stress and uncertainties the coronavirus is putting on our local businesses and citizens, and the fact that the Nodaway County Fair is funded

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County Administration Center, Courthouse close to public

Because of COVID-19, the Nodaway County Commissioners decided March 24 to close the Courthouse and Administration Center to walk-in public. The phone numbers of each office within the buildings will be posted on the front door of the facilities. Individuals, who would like to enter one of the offices, should call the appropriate office phone

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Mosaic Life Care limits visitors

To protect our patients, caregivers, guests and community, Mosaic Life Care has made the decision to further limit visitors to our hospital and clinics. Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, visitors will be limited to ONE visitor per patient. No visitors under 18 are allowed. For the most updated visitor policy information visit: www.myMLC.com/corona Additionally, every

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Maryville Public Safety response to COVID-19

Effective immediately the Maryville Public Safety Department is taking proactive steps to help stop the spread of the covid–19 virus.  In the course of any given day, the staff of Maryville Public Safety are in and out of a variety of local residences and businesses as well as having numerous public encounters. In an effort

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Expiring drivers licenses and vehicle registrations granted extensions

DOR has implemented automatic extensions for expiring driver licenses and motor vehicle registrations. These extensions are effective immediately: * Vehicle owners with registrations or license plates expiring in March and April have been granted an automatic two-month extension. Owners will be able to continue operating their vehicles on Missouri roadways without penalty until they can

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Governor declares public health emergency

  On March 21, 2020, Governor Michael L. Parson issued a statewide order on social distancing in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. Local public health authorities are being directed to carry out and enforce provisions of the order to protect the health and safety of Missouri citizens. On March 19, 2020, the City of Maryville

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Governor Parson Directs DHSS Director to Require Social Distancing Statewide

Building on Missouri’s efforts to address COVID-19, Governor Mike Parson has directed Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) Director Dr. Randall Williams to order statewide social distancing. The Order includes new measures to protect the health and safety of Missouri citizens and frontline workers. “As the COVID-19 crisis continues to develop, this is

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Northwest moving to restricted operations during coronavirus outbreak

Out of an abundance of caution to help minimize the spread of COVID-19, Northwest Missouri State University is beginning its transition to restricted operations. Campus facilities are closed to the public, effective at 5 p.m. today. Northwest classes that met in-person this spring are resuming online Monday, March 23. Students residing in Northwest residence halls

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Nodaway County Senior Center to change meal service

The Nodaway County Senior Center will have home-delivered meals and carryout options only for its Monday-Friday hot and nutritious noon meal. The dining area is closed temporarily. Starting Monday, March 23, meals may be picked up from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The center wants people to call 660.562.3999 to reserve a meal for pick-up or

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