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May welcomes the 30th anniversary of National Drug Court Month; a month-long celebration recognizing the lifesaving work, education and success found throughout the program. More than 150,000 … more
As many districts celebrate the last week of school, they also look at proactive approaches to ensure the 2022-’23 school year runs smoothly. One hurdle in particular is being addressed now: … more
5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain Suicide is a major public health concern and a leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide is complicated and tragic, but it can be … more
After a two year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Webster County Historical Society were pleased to welcome students from Marshfield’s Hubble, Webster and Shook Elementary Schools to the Museum on … more
Shook’s fourth grade students celebrated the 31st annual “Pioneer Days” at Shook Elementary on Friday. On May 13, over 200 students dressed as pioneers or Native Americans and … more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Today, after receiving the legislation from the General Assembly, Governor Mike Parson signed HB 2909 into law, approving the proposed boundaries for Missouri's … more
Webster County Health Unit campaigns for safe drug disposal By Alyssa Andrews alyssaa@marshfieldmail.com   As of 2020, the #1 leading cause of deaths for ages 18-44 in Missouri is … more
On Friday May 20, a couple hundred people gathered in the “new gym” at Niangua High School to watch the Niangua class of 2022 graduate. “Here we are, a whole whopping ten of … more
“You don’t have to be what society tells you to be…you are exactly who you need to be right now…” were just a few of the words shared by Grace Clark as she closed her … more
Golf tournaments are a great way for organizations to raise funds and that is no exception for the Conway Schools Foundation. On Friday, June 10 the organization will be holding its 10th annual golf … more
It takes a lot of people performing different jobs day in and day out for a city to work seamlessly. Most of the time city employees do their jobs without much acknowledgment or spotlight because as … more
In 2008, Gayle Savage had a vision of meeting a need for the residents and seniors in Seymour. “We provide food for the southern half of Webster County; Rogersville, Fordland, Seymour.” … more
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