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Just 11 days after President John Jasinski sent an “All That Jazz” email saying that the Board of Regents decided not to renew his contract, 168 community members, faculty, staff and students joined a Zoom meeting with the Board to express their concerns about the Regent’s decisions and the … Read more

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The Northwest Missourian has received multiple statements and a letter regarding the Northwest Board of Regents' decision to not renew President John Jasinski’s contract. In an effort to inform our readers before the Regents’ meeting on April 12, the Missourian will be publishing those materials. Read more

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In the municipal election April 5, voters will come across a question about raising sales tax in the city to help support Maryville Parks and Recreation. Parks and Recreation Director Jeff Stubblefield came before City Council to talk about the impacts the sales tax would have on the parks a… Read more

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North Central Missouri College held a groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of its newest community college location April 21 in Savannah, Missouri. The event was free to the public and had dozens of people in attendance, from NCMC members to Savannah locals. 

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Since 1912, the building that is now Maryville Public Library has sat along Main Street. With over a century of weathering and use, there are some much-needed repairs. To help with upkeep, the library received the first grant through the city’s Downtown Facade Improvement Grant for $50,000. 

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The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County nonprofit organization has established a new scholarship for littles graduating high school across Nodaway County. The new scholarship comes after a successful financial year and federal aid. The scholarship is made up of $2,500, which may incre…

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month is a month of education and reflection regarding the topic of sexual assault. It was first nationally observed in the United States in 2001, and has been observed by Northwest through various events during the month for many years. 

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Northwest Regent Deborah Roach sent a statement to the Missourian with her thoughts from the public comment section of the April 12 Board of Regents meeting. Regents were in “listen-only mode” during the April 12 meeting Regent Chair John Moore said. They did not respond in the open session …

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The University of Missouri School of Law Veterans Clinic will be offering free virtual legal advice and consultation for veterans in several Missouri counties. The legal advice for Missouri veterans include topics such as the United States Department of Veterans Affairs disability benefits, …

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Farmers in five Missouri counties – Barton, Bates, Cedar, Saint Clair and Vernon – are once again free to use the Enlist brand of herbicides to spray on their crops after a previous restriction by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in January was reversed.