In cooperation with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, and state and local government leaders, all Missouri Job Centers will close to in-person services beginning tomorrow, March 20 for one week, in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. All Job Centers are closed to in-person services, but will continue to be staffed
A message about our commitment to COVID-19 readiness: The health and well-being of our citizens and our employees are vitally important to us. We understand COVID-19 and its impacts are top of mind, creating uncertainty and concern. We want to assure you we are committed to the responsiveness necessary to support you should you need
North Nodaway R-6 reminds seniors: Do not forget to mail your various scholarship applications prior to the deadline for acceptance.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Tri-C Ball Club and NW Little League have suspended practices and games until May 11. The full statement concerning the suspension of little league games and practices is available on school website.
Northwest Missouri State University has suspended its acceptance of recyclable materials from community members until further notice in an effort to safeguard University staff members tasked with handling, sorting and processing those materials during the COVID-19 outbreak. Within its normal operations, Northwest accepts plastic containers, aluminum cans, mixed paper, cardboard and glass at the University’s
The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum is closed to the public due to the COVID 19 virus. Research questions will still be answered to those calling 660-582-8176.
Effective March 17 at 6 p.m., Maryville Public Library will temporarily close to support the proactive measures being taken by local school districts and other community leaders in limiting the spread of the new coronavirus strain currently being studied. Overdue fines will NOT accrue for our borrowers during this closure. Cardholders are encouraged to manage
Colonel Eric T. Olson, Superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol announces beginning immediately today, Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the Missouri State Highway Patrol is suspending driver road testing at all locations. All road tests through March 31 are canceled. The Patrol is monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and will update the public
Due to the recent developments of the Coronavirus pandemic and constantly changing recommendations from the CDC, the Maryville Parks and Recreation Board voted unanimously to following: Suspend ALL activities, programs, classes and events until further notice Close Maryville Community Center through at least Sunday, April 5, 2020 The Parks and Recreation Board will meet again