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For its third year now, the Missouri 4-H will partner with Feeding Missouri and the Missouri Farmers Care Drive to Feed Kids as part of the 4-H Feeding Missouri campaign Jan. 1 through April … more
The Greenwood Community Club will not meet in January or February. The next meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, March 14, at the Greenwood Schoolhouse, with Betty Templeton hosting. more
OACAC has teamed up with the Discovery Center in Springfield to offer educational scholarships to children from income-qualifying families. There are four different educational programs being … more
The Marshfield Senior Center will not be doing taxes this year. If you need them done and usually come to us, you may call the Strafford Senior Center, 417-736-9898; Southside Senior Center in … more
Thanks to a $4 million grant awarded by the United States Department of Education, Missouri State University will provide teaching and curriculum development to rural schools in southwest … more
Grab a ruler and start measuring, Marshfield. The submission period is open for the largest tree competition in Marshfield, organized by the Marshfield Tree City Advisory Committee. Nominators can … more
The change is pretty clear for shoppers who visit the new thrift store building of the Webster County Pantry and Thrift Store on 51 Ferguson Drive, Marshfield. "There's heating now," said one … more
Since last March, the water fountains have been closed to employees of SWI Industrial Solutions Webster County, due to COVID restrictions. Now, they can stay hydrated with a brand new water bottle … more
We will be serving up comfort food (weather permitting) on Jan. 19 — right after our Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. We will have biscuits and gravy, sausage and scrambled eggs from 11:30 … more
Since voters passed a five-cent tax levy in 2008, the Webster County Senior Citizen’s Tax Fund Board has been supporting seniors with various needs through applications submitted to OACAC. However, … more
The City of Marshfield and it’s contracted partners are hard at work on water pipe replacement to improve water quality and expand the lines of current systems.“Anytime you put in new water lines … more
The administration of the COVID vaccine has begun in the U.S. and the CDC has provided recommendations to federal, state and local governments about who should be vaccinated first. According to the … more
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