According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services COVID-19 vaccination dashboard 15.1 percent or 3,339 Nodaway Countians have received the first dose of a vaccine for the coronavirus. These figures are as of February 16 and 571 individuals have received the second dose. The total population of Nodaway County is given at 22,092
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM TO 3 PM CST SUNDAY… * WHAT…Mixed precipitation expected. Light snow accumulations and ice accumulations of up to one-tenth of an inch. * WHERE…Portions of northeast Kansas and north-central, northeast and northwest Missouri. * WHEN…From 6 AM to 3 PM CST Sunday. * IMPACTS…Plan on slippery road
The Fresh Mobile Pantry sponsored by Second Harvest Community Food Bank is from 10 am to noon, Thursday, February 25 at the Skidmore Wildcat Park, 100 Adams Street, Skidmore. The pantry is open to the general public, while supplies last.
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces five individuals residing in Nodaway County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). No positive cases reported on February 17, 2021. 2208 confirmed cases; 346 probable cases 21 active cases 2510 released from isolation 164 total hospitalizations 2 current hospitalizations 23 deaths
The following are open for warming centers: * Laura Street Baptist Church, 120 South Laura until 6 p.m. * Maryville Public Safety Training Room, 101 North Vine, 24/7 until further notice * Jackson Township Fire Station, Ravenwood, 24/7 until further notice * The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main, is now open as a warming
Nodaway County will be experiencing rolling blackouts until power reduction is no longer warranted by Evergy. Each outage should last 30-60 minutes. Anyone experiencing an outage lasting over 1 hour should call Evergy and report. Warming Centers: Laura Street Baptist Church, 120 South Laura, Maryville open today until 5 p.m. Maryville Public Safety Training Room,
Due to extended extreme temperatures affecting the regional power supply, the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) has asked member electric utilities, including Evergy, to implement controlled, temporary emergency electricity reductions in order to help avoid larger uncontrolled and extended power outages throughout the region. Beginning on February 15 at 12:15 p.m., Evergy will begin to turn
Due to weather conditions and for the safety of students and employees, the Northwest Missouri State University campus in Maryville and Northwest-Kansas City will remain closed through Tuesday, Feb. 16. All Tuesday classes will be online or remote. Northwest students should check their University email accounts and Canvas for communication about coursework and other assignments.
School Closings Include: Horace Mann, Jefferson, Maryville, North Nodaway, Northeast Nodaway, South Nodaway, St. Gregory, West Nodaway
The Food Drop scheduled for Tuesday, February 16 has been postponed. We are anticipating it to be rescheduled on Thursday, February 18, weather permitting. Please continue to listen and watch media outlets and social media outlets for confirmation.