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I’ll tell ya what, I have spent all morning thinking about what exactly I wanted to write for this piece this week. When I finally sat down (an hour and a half late of my deadline) I still had no clue. I decided I’d just touch on each of the things on my mind this week. more
The fine folks of Safe Harbor Victim Assistant hosted their first annual event:  more
The following is a statement from the Day family:  more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 13,759 deer during Missouri’s early youth portion of the 2022 deer hunting season, Oct. 29-30. Top counties were Franklin with 330 deer harvested, Osage with 310, and Howell with 260. Youth hunters harvested 15,608 during last year’s early youth portion. more
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Palliative care is for those with serious illnesses, while those in hospice are considered terminally ill; the help is there for the patient, and their family members. Both physical care and counseling are included. Nationwide, around 1.6 million patients receive hospice care yearly. more
While most of us are getting ready for the approaching blustery cold months, one local woman revels in fresh memories of local lakes, sunny beaches, exotic locales, and deep dives into adventures unknown. Lucky for us, she shares those recollections with all of us, so we, too, can benefit from her amazing experiences. more
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- For individuals that would like to learn how to make a fresh flower fall centerpiece this class is for you. Class participants will learn the basic principles and elements of design and make a fall centerpiece they can use on their Thanksgiving table. Attendees will also learn different color schemes used in floral design and how to make fresh flower arrangements last and looking good for as long as possible. more
Advances to cancer research has made it easier than ever for women with a family history of breast cancer to get preventative care early. For Janelle Moffitt, who has a family history going back to her mom, grandma and great aunt, when the opportunity to get the BRCA testing arose, she jumped on it. more
Joshua A. Gann of Rogersville is facing one count of child pornography and nine counts of second-degree statutory rape, all class D felonies, following an investigation by Clinton Police. The investigation began by Clinton authorities on Oct. 12, 2021, after responding to a suspicious vehicle call and finding Gann, age 40, having intercourse with a 16-year old. Gann was taken into custody, where he declined to answer questions, leading authorities to question the teen about the situation. more
This Halloween there is no limit of activities to keep anyone from ages 5 to 55 busy. Among the various Trunk-or-Treats hosted throughout the area, trick-or-treat the Marshfield Square and several spooky houses there are also several Haunted Houses to partake in right here in Webster County. more
On Oct. 12, the Marshfield Mail reported that Boy Scout Lilly Stevens would partner with the Village of Diggins on her Eagle Scout project. This project features a memorial dedicated to all military members. On Oct. 20, the official groundbreaking ceremony was held, which featured speeches from Diggins City Council members thanking Stevens and honoring those who serve. more
Who remembers the days, long forgotten now to everything going to virtual, when people would stand around at gas stations during deer season to share hunting stories? Douglas Frazier does. more
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