• 0
  • 1 min to read

Throughout the past week, Theatre Northwest has been showing its first major play with loosened COVID-19 guidelines: “Clue,” a show based on the 1985 film, which is based on the classic board game. This year, all seats for the performances are open, and social distancing is not required. Thi… Read more

featured
  • Updated
  • 0
  • 2 min to read

As Thanksgiving draws near, northwest Missouri is in the midst of a COVID-19 spike not seen since the 2020 holiday season. Nodaway County has 142 active cases of the virus in the county, as of Nov. 15, and is second overall in all Missouri counties in cases per 100,000 residents, at the time… Read more

  • Updated
  • 0
  • 2 min to read

Mental health has been addressed more in school systems in the past few years, yet it has worsened through the pandemic. Last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association declared child and adolescent … Read more

featured
  • +6
  • Updated
  • 0
  • 6 min to read

A couple of truckers pull into Gray’s Truck Stop & Restaurant for a diesel fill-up and a soda. It’s a windy day in Nodaway County, and a cluster of tall, white turbines spin quickly in the station’s backyard. Inside sits Gray’s Partner Marc Neff, who picks up another receipt for tires th… Read more

featured
  • Updated
  • 0
  • 2 min to read

The south end of the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse was host to a familiar site Nov. 9. Mosaic - Maryville staff in neon safety vests, folding chairs, vials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, and members of the community were all nestled at one end of the indoor track as they had many times… Read more

featured
  • Updated
  • 0
  • 2 min to read

The Nodaway County Health Department announced 12 people tested positive for COVID-19 Oct. 25, the most positives in a single day in the County since Aug. 30 when 17 individuals tested positive. Tom Patterson, the administrator for NCHD, said there is cause for concern but not “alarm.” Read more

featured
  • Updated
  • 0
  • 2 min to read

Seventy-three days after a full mask mandate was officially reinstated at Northwest due to a local and national rise in COVID-19 cases from the delta variant, it will change — slightly. The University announced via email Oct. 19 it would relax its existing mandate in certain aspects.  Read more

Multimedia

Throughout the past week, Theatre Northwest has been showing its first major play with loosened COVID-19 guidelines: “Clue,” a show based on the 1985 film, which is based on the classic board game. This year, all seats for the performances are open, and social distancing is not required. Thi…

  • Updated

As Thanksgiving draws near, northwest Missouri is in the midst of a COVID-19 spike not seen since the 2020 holiday season. Nodaway County has 142 active cases of the virus in the county, as of Nov. 15, and is second overall in all Missouri counties in cases per 100,000 residents, at the time…

  • Updated

Linda Mattson crossed her hands and rested her elbows on her desk. On her left wrist sat a watch and an orange silicone wristband that read “Karen’s Krew.” On her right hung a rosary under a dainty blue bracelet with a small metal plate that read “Badass.”

  • Updated

Mental health has been addressed more in school systems in the past few years, yet it has worsened through the pandemic. Last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association declared child and adolescent …

  • Updated

A couple of truckers pull into Gray’s Truck Stop & Restaurant for a diesel fill-up and a soda. It’s a windy day in Nodaway County, and a cluster of tall, white turbines spin quickly in the station’s backyard. Inside sits Gray’s Partner Marc Neff, who picks up another receipt for tires th…

  • Updated

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities awarded Northwest for its response to the pandemic. It was one of three universities to receive an award for their pandemic response.

  • Updated

The south end of the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse was host to a familiar site Nov. 9. Mosaic - Maryville staff in neon safety vests, folding chairs, vials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, and members of the community were all nestled at one end of the indoor track as they had many times…