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It's incredible what places your passion can take you. Take, for example, author Robert Paul. As a child, he loved reading. more
March 2 was the monthly meeting of the Tomodachi club at the Marshfield branch of Webster County Library. Every month kids and teens meet to discuss and draw their love of Japanese culture, whether it's manga, art, or even food. However, the Youth Services Librarian, Leah Shelby, wanted to do something different for this meeting. So, She encouraged the members to bring artwork to display for a fun art gallery. "It's fun but scary," said Alyssa, one of the members of Tomodachi, as she saw her art on display for others to see. Many others enjoyed seeing what other members drew and held discussions about the various art pieces. more
In an effort to save lives from drug overdose, the Webster County Health Unit recently launched an awareness and distribution campaign for the life-saving drug, Narcan (naloxone). more
Seymour resident Jimmy H Lanning is facing two class E felonies for failing to register as a sex offender and being a sex offender physically present/loitering within 500 feet of a park with a playground/pool/museum following his arrest on Feb. 7. more
We want to take this time to honor everyone from Webster County who has made the Dean’s list in their respective colleges. Congratulations to all the students and their hard work. more
Following an incident in the early morning of Jan. 29, Marshfield citizen Lane Barger faces two Class E Felonies of property damage and unlawful use of a weapon. He also faces an unclassified felony of armed criminal action and a Class B Felony of assault in the 1st degree. more
Fordland Resident Chad Gibson was charged with a Class D Felony for abuse or neglect of a child on Jan. 25. According to a probable cause statement from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, dispatch reported a domestic disturbance in Fordland on Jan. 24. When Authorities arrived, he spoke to the victim, who explained an incident between themselves and Gibson. Authorities noticed the victim had marks on their body that matched their story. When authorities  questioned Gibson about the incident, he denied anything occurred. more
In an effort to uplift and support staff at Conway High School, Principal Tyler Vestal came up with a unique idea: The Conway “Bear Hug” traveling trophy. more
As the weather starts to warm up and people start cleaning up their years, the city of Marshfield has announced the dates of limb pick-up. more
In this week's edition of Q&A, we look to the Superintendent of Logan-Rogersville, Dr. Shawn Randles. Who announced after 31 years in education that he would be retiring this year. But, as he prepares to spend more time with his wife of 24 years, Alana, a teacher, and their two children, ages 23 and 17, we want to look at the man outside the desk. more
Saturday, Jan. 28, was a big day for robot fans. It was the FIRST Tech Challenge League Tournament. 28 schools from all over Missouri and Kansas participated, with the top five moving on to the Missouri Kansas Championship on Mar. 4, 2023. Two of the team hoping for a spot was non-other than Strafford's varsity team, Arrow Flight, and Freshman team Broken Arrow. more
May of 1962 saw 25 men gather at Belle’s Cafe to start an Optimist Club; of the 25 men present, a young Mac Case was among the 25 and is still an active member to this day. Although for 61 years, the Optimist Club may have changed in terms of members and concepts. One core concept has remained: to challenge its members to encompass the optimist club creed and use their optimism to make a difference for the youth of Webster County. more
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