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KANSAS CITY, MO. — Less than a mile down the road from where protesters gathered for the sixth evening of the Black Lives Matter demonstration in Kansas City, a group of nearly 100 people stood holding black and gold balloons, celebrating and remembering the life of a black man.  Read more

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Before Maryville can make a decision on how to reopen or lessen the toll on local operations restricted by COVID-19 social distancing measures, the city is waiting to hear the results of 98-resident coronavirus tests provided by the Nodaway County Health Department on April 28. Read more

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Scott Copeland, the owner of Board Game Cafe, loads up the last of his deliveries into his car and hops into the driver seat. He has a few orders to deliver to his customers who made purchases from his new online store. Copeland drives to his destination and grabs the package from the back o… Read more

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Doctors swarm to their patients while nurses scramble in every direction to other patients who are struggling just to catch their breath. Bed after hospital bed is filled with patients showing symptoms of COVID-19. Paramedics rush to their ambulances to assist what sounds like another corona… Read more

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Maryville and the Nodaway County Health Department issued an emergency order March 22 mandating people within Maryville’s city limits follow several social distancing provisions set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and President Donald Trump amid the continued spread of COVI… Read more

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Northwest will implement a “safety net” grading system for the rest of the spring semester in an effort to help students in the midst of a “tremendous disruption” to academic life caused by the continued spread and University response to COVID-19, Provost Jamie Hooyman announced in an email … Read more

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Children and teens of Maryville were left with more questions than answers when all Nodaway County school districts announced closure through April 3, forcing the cancellation of activities, including regularly-scheduled sports, and further widening the umbrella of uncertainty for families a… Read more

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The city of Maryville has decided to implement several recommendations for citizens regarding the monitoring of COVID-19, a pandemic that’s effects are now touching small rural communities during a wavering national economy. Of these recommendations, the most heavily discussed were the advic… Read more

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The Northwest Missourian will provide as-they-happen updates on University response to the coronavirus. Several staff are contributing to the updated report. Read more

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Senior Asma Hassan gripped the microphone a little tighter than usual, and with a shaking voice looked senators in the eyes, reminding them of six college students who took their own lives on a neighboring college campus. She had just heard the Wellness Services plea for sustainability a fin… Read more

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Before Maryville can make a decision on how to reopen or lessen the toll on local operations restricted by COVID-19 social distancing measures, the city is waiting to hear the results of 98-resident coronavirus tests provided by the Nodaway County Health Department on April 28.

Scott Copeland, the owner of Board Game Cafe, loads up the last of his deliveries into his car and hops into the driver seat. He has a few orders to deliver to his customers who made purchases from his new online store. Copeland drives to his destination and grabs the package from the back o…

Doctors swarm to their patients while nurses scramble in every direction to other patients who are struggling just to catch their breath. Bed after hospital bed is filled with patients showing symptoms of COVID-19. Paramedics rush to their ambulances to assist what sounds like another corona…

As part of the three-year replacement cycle, new laptops were chosen for students to use in the fall of 2020 and upgrades will be made in select computer labs on campus.

Stationed in different cities across two states, four members of Northwest’s Student Senate launched a campaign for the senate’s executive positions April 6, running as a ticket under the slogan “Elevate” for the April 13-17 election.

The last few weeks had been slow. Scott and Thuy Copeland sat their employees down and told them the news — they decided to close the Board Game Cafe for a month. Owners Scott and Thuy Copeland officially laid off each of their employees in hopes that they would decide to return when the caf…