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Alicia Hagen, newly re-elected Mayor of the City of Seymour, has been charged with second-degree domestic assault, a Class D felony in the state of Missouri. The charges came two days following her … more
The Cherry Blossom Festival Auxiliary met for its monthly meeting on Saturday, April 13th at the Webster County Extension Office. President Jeanette Alcorn called the meeting to order, and Joyce Inman opened the meeting in prayer, and Jill Campbell (Secretary) read the March meeting minutes. Rachel Andrews (Treasurer) presented the monthly treasurer's report. Members present included: Joyce Inman, Marie Bristol, Blanche Firestone, Nicholas Inman, Dale Hartwell, Sarah Inman, Jackson Inman, Emmett Thiele, Penny Bolin, Donnie Kendrick, Laurabeth Smith, Yleen Hartwell, Barbara Bailey, Jeannie Moreno, Susie Jones, Darlene Smith, Tammie Robison, Vivian King, Linda Dickinson, Jane Hamilton Smith, Martha Myers, Martha Faulkner and Carol Fuller. more
The Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield is approaching with a larger schedule and more events than ever. The annual three-day event takes place each spring in Marshfield, celebrating and preserving American, state and local history. more
Hundreds gathered at Shook Elementary Friday to celebrate both Earth Day and Marshfield’s Arbor Day; a celebration centered around trees. more
With 1,091 voters turning out at the polls, school board, tax levy and mayor questions were decided during the April 2 elections across Webster County. more
Local history and culture will come to life in a new way in 2024 through Ozarks Alive’s Folk Lure Exchange, an event series that explores popular topics related to the region’s past – and how they integrate with the present. more
Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young turkey hunters in Missouri harvested 3,721 birds over the past youth weekend, April 6 and 7. Top harvest counties were Gasconade with 92 birds harvested, Osage with 90, and Franklin with 89. more
The solar eclipse Monday was visible across North America as the moon’s position passed between the Earth and sun, casting a unique shadow across more than 1,800 miles of America from Eagle Pass Texas to Niagra Falls, at 100 miles wide. more
BOLIVAR, MO – Missouri’s signature family festival combining fun activities with a celebration of the state’s beef industry – Missouri Beef Days – returns to Bolivar May 4-11, 2024, with two full weekends of events including a concert by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Missouri Prime is this year’s Missouri Beef Days’ Exclusive Premier Sponsor. more
The Tulip Festival at Baker Creek Seed Store, near Mansfield, attracts thousands of visitors who travel to see the multiple colors of tulips and other spring bloomers. I heard at least five languages during the spring tulip festival and saw humans from newborns to the 90s. more
BOLIVAR, MO – This year’s weeklong Missouri Beef Days event in Bolivar is set to kick off strong with an opening day street festival packed with fun activities for the whole family. more
Webster County has been chosen to receive $10,052 for Phase 41 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs within the county. more
Marshfield High School Choirs competed at the MSHSAA District Solo & Ensemble contest at Lebanon High School on Saturday, March 23. Numerous students received satisfactory, outstanding and exemplary ratings in both solo and ensemble performances. more
Create your own bookmark with the Webster County Library during the design-a-bookmark contest. The contest kicked off April 1 and the deadline for entries will be May 10.  more
Marshfield High School JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates) Program competed in the Missouri state contest at Capitol Plaza in Jefferson City March 24-25. The program took six students, competing in several categories and ultimately brought back a boat load of hardware. more
Chad Day, chief elections analyst for the Associated Press, will deliver the 2024 Roy Reed Lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House. The event is free and open to the public. more
Friends of the Marshfield FFA have announced a night with Confederate Railroad, along with special guest, White Oak revival Saturday, November 2 at the Carl and Glessie Young Auditorium. All prroceeds for this concert will go to the Marshfield FFA. more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce drew a crowd for Tuesday's Lunch & Learn networking event at Papis Cocina & Cantina. more
An officer-involved shooting at 299 Myrtle Street in Niangua occurred around 9 p.m. March 13. Immediate reports from the scene alleged a four-wheeler and foot pursuit led to law enforcement … more
Springfield Business Journal’s Man of the Year honorees were announced last week and the list includes Marshfield’s Sam Rost. more
The Springfield Cardinals have announced the first 16 area schools that have been awarded grants through the newly-launched Fly Together Fund to help bring students to an Educational Day Field Trip game this year.  more
"Take what you need, Give what you can." more
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – The Webster County University of Missouri Extension invites the community to attend the upcoming 99th Annual Diversified Ag Conference. more
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