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Since Monday, June 29, 80 more Webster County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19, six more have been hospitalized, and two have died. “Each and every one of these ‘numbers’ has a name … more
The Webster County Fair will add two events to the Ellis O. Jackson exhibit building this year – barn quilt and country cured ham shows. County Engagement Specialist for the University of Missouri … more
Historian Mark Spangler addressed the community at the June 22 Webster County Historical Society Meeting at the Callaway Cabin regarding a local segment of the Trail of Tears. Hidden Waters Nature … more
The Democratic Club of Webster County has donated and installed a new security system for the Webster County Historical Society Research Center. The research center is located in the Paula Dyche … more
Rain stayed away mid-afternoon Saturday to allow for citizens and participants to enjoy this year’s Rogersville Independence Day Parade. Rogersville Police Chief Paul Laughlin and Webster County … more
It’s been a busy week for Webster County’s Chelsey James as the singer announced a new single, a 2021 concert tour and took the stage ahead of Sammy Kershaw at the Friday, June 25 Baker-Spain … more
A decade-long gathering for generations of Marshfield High School graduates will take place at the Marshfield Community Center Friday, July 2. The annual Reunion Fest & Summer Concert will run … more
Fordland’s Board of Education selected a team to handle its bevy of significant projects that have been in the works for a number of months. The board picked Nabholz Construction out of three … more
This year’s Independence Day Parade in Strafford will celebrate the city turning 150 years old. The parade normally falls on the fourth, but the Sesquicentennial will be held on Saturday, July 3 … more
The Marshfield Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace delivered their first two beds to Webster County Children on Saturday, June 19. Samantha Ramirez, of Marshfield, applied and was approved though the … more
With the recent uptick in cases of COVID-19 across Southwestern Missouri, the leadership of the Webster County Health Unit COVID-19 Board of Directors and the Webster County COVID-19 Task Force met … more
In the introductory column of “The Other Side,” I introduced yard signs as this week’s topic by equating them to either flowers or weeds in the garden.  While feedback reflected a unified … more
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