COVID-19 Updates

Northwest suspends acceptance of recyclable materials from public

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

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Library closed until further notice

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

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MSHP Suspends Driver Road Testing Statewide

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

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MPR Board suspends all activities

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

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Maryville R-II superintendent addresses school closure

RE: COVID-19 Pandemic related school closure  After careful consideration and discussion with many school and health officials, Maryville R-II has announced an immediate closure through April 3. This applies to all classes, activities, events, and GO. During this time, the pandemic will be closely monitored. This is an unexpected event, and the District understands the

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Maryville Chamber: COVID-19 Coronavirus

Our staff continues to navigate these unprecedented times and is working to keep each of our members well informed on changing events and resources available to you. Current Postponements Below please find a list of all the current postponements to Chamber hosted events: -Career Pathing Session- Generations At Work, scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th, -Chamber

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Information on Spring MSHSAA Activities and Sports released

The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) has been, and continues to be, in communication with the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, the Governor’s office, state and local health officials and organizations, as well as other high school associations in the Midwest. The Association will continue to review the medical guidance of the

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Nodaway County Schools Close until April 6

Nodaway County schools announce school closings through April 6. There have been no COVID-19 cases reported in the district but the schools are “social distancing” to prevent the spread. Maryville R-II: Maryville will be closed through April 3. More information will be posted on the website later and through social media. Nodaway-Holt: Is cancelling school

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