This Week's News

Geography with Goudge

Lost Revenue NCAA Tourney, 2020 “This proportional symbol map displays the projected revenue loss by conference school due to the Covid-19 forced cancellation of ‘March Madness’.  The NCAA’s Basketball Fund consists of tournament revenue which the NCAA distributes to conferences over a six-year period based on the number of tournament games played by respective conference

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Prosecutor charges Ravenwood man with felony stealing

Shawn DeFreece, 49, Ravenwood, was arrested March 21 by the Nodaway County Sheriff’s department for stealing water, tampering with the water service and receiving stolen property from the Public Water Supply District No. 1 of Nodaway County (PWCD #1) for over 10 years amounting to over $20,000 worth of product. DeFreece faces two felony charges

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A Day in the Life: Dealing with schoolwork at home

By Kathryn Rice Maryville Middle School Math Teacher Amy Wolf has started a diary of how she and her family are handling the restrictions placed upon them by COVID-19 and school closures. She and her husband, Rod Wolf, have daughters Allie, 17, and Delaney, 13. They attend South Nodaway R-IV. She has graciously agreed to

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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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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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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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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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Farm economy outlook depends on new trade agreements, evolution of disease outbreaks; FAPRI releases Annual US agricultural market outlook report

The outlook for the United States farm economy depends on the implementation of new trade agreements and the evolution of animal and human disease outbreaks, according to the latest analysis of national and global agricultural trends from the University of Missouri. While net farm income increases in 2020, under a baseline assumption of continued trade

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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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