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Paul Laughlin was born and raised in Rogersville. He was raised around law enforcement and wanted to be a part of it. more
Born and raised in the town of Seymour and graduated in 2015, Steven Pogue has been proudly serving his hometown as chief of the Seymour Police Department—something he has always wanted to do. more
On Oct. 18, The Marshfield Board of Aldermen gathered, taking on the evening's agenda. more
On Oct. 10, 80 high school tenors and basses gathered at Southwest Baptist University for a day of extraordinary music-making. more
The Webster County Historical Society is set to provide a treat to those seeking a lesson in local history this Halloween season. Buried Treasures will take place Saturday, Oct. 28 at the Marshfield Cemetery. more
On Thursday, Oct. 19, the nonprofit organization Safe Harbor officially opened its thrift store to the public with a beautiful outcome. more
Webster County Cow Bingo is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Rogersville City Park (270 County Line Road). The bingo event will be from 2-6 p.m. It will also include a kids costume contest, chili pie supper, silent dessert auction, guest speakers, prizes, candy, and more. The fundraiser will support the Mitzi Hosmer Scholarship Fund, and all proceeds from the event will go towards the scholarship. more
The Marshfield Fire Protection District has announced its annual Open House on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at Fire Station 1 on 521 S. Prairie Lane starting at 6:30 p.m. more
With spooky season amongst us, it is time to break out the costumes and candy. One of the hardest parts of Halloween trick-or-treating is figuring out where to go. Luckily, there are plenty of upcoming Trunk or Treat and Fall parties coming up in Webster County. more
On Monday, Oct. 9, the Marshfield R-1 School District hosted a networking event in the high school gym, encouraging a connection between the school and local businesses. 28 local businesses and people of interest attended the event and had conversations with teachers to promote community partnerships within the district. more
Football fans can be "Champions for Life" and score some Chiefs apparel. The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, the sole supplier of blood, platelets, and plasma to patients at 44 area healthcare facilities, is asking everyone to help make a touchdown for local patients in their community by donating blood at the upcoming blood drive in Marshfield on Thursday, Oct. 19. more
For 20 years, hunters, trappers, and fishermen have paid the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) for permits at the same price. Starting on Feb. 29, 2024, outdoorsmen and women will be paying roughly a dollar more for their permits. more
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