Tuesday, October 19, 2010
The IRS site is: http://www.irs.gov/charities/article/0,,id=169250,00.html.
By clicking on "here" in the box titled "How to File", you will be taken to a place where you can try to register as a new user. You'll need to enter the organization's 9-digit EIN - when you enter the EIN the system will kick you out if you are not required to file Form 990-N.
If you don't know if your organization is still registered as a not-for-profit you can check by going to the Missouri Secretary of State site: https://www.sos.mo.gov/BusinessEntity/soskb/csearch.asp
and searching for your organization.
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
The Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments has been an active partner with the Northwest Missouri WIB for a number of years, operating nearly every program of the WIA at one time or another. The Regional Council currently operates the Dislocated Worker program and the Career Assistance Program. As a result of the successful bid, the Regional Council will adding the Adult worker program to its workforce development division. For more information about workforce development in northwest Missouri, contact Kim Mildward, director of workforce development, at 582-8980.
Monday, May 10, 2010
Thursday, May 6, 2010
The highlight of the day came with a program at the Ron Houston Center for Performing Arts by Mr. Richard Renner, the “goofy garbage man” from Lawrence, Kansas. Students learned that they can help the environment through Reducing, Reusing, Recycling and Re-buying goods with a grin and a giggle.
The Northwest Missouri Regional Solid Waste Management District sponsored the event with assistance from Northwest Missouri State University Environmental Services Department in providing tours. Funding was provided by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Friday, April 30, 2010
2009 Estimates (with change from 2000 Census):
Atchison County: 6,036 (-415, -6.5%)
Gentry County: 6,108 (-656, -9.6%)
Holt County: 4,868 (-456, -8.5%)
Nodaway County: 22,130 (+129, +0.6%)
Worth County: 2,014 (-371, 15.6%)
Thursday, April 29, 2010
|The Census Bureau says 72 percent of Missouri households have mailed in their 10-question forms. That’s right on the national average but down two percentage points from ten years ago. The 28 percent of Missouri households that still have not mailed in their forms can expect census takers to be knocking on their doors in the next few weeks. |
To date in northwest Missouri, our counties are trending close to the state average, although Worth and Holt seem to be a bit behind. The return rate numbers as of April 29:
Cities and counties rely on Census data for many different things, including grant funding, infrastructure development, and growth planning. Encourage your friends and neighbors to return their Census 2010 forms today!