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As citizens drive around Marshfield, they may notice it's a bit brighter than previous years. That is because more Snowflake lights than ever were set up the last month. In total, 74 snowflake lights were hung around the inner city. more
The weather may have been a little frightful and wet, but that did not keep the holiday spirit from getting folks out to come and celebrate this past weekend. more
As we prepare for the holiday season, the Webster County University of Missouri Extension is already playing for the New Year resolutions as the center will hold two country cured ham classes. more
The Fordland Clinic was one of several organizations recognized by the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame for their philanthropy at the Highland Springs Country Club in Springfield on Tuesday, Nov. 28. more
Just exactly what lies beneath Marshfield? For a century or more residents have told stories of how a giant cavern lies below the sidewalks and streets, connecting businesses, private homes and even … more
Make your list and check it twice because Mr. and Mrs. Claus are coming to Marshfield! The pair will make their way around town with the help of the Marshfield Fire Protection District for Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus' 9th Annual Tour of Marshfield. more
As the weather gets colder, it will not be long before frost settles in and snow starts falling. With that in mind, preparing for the upcoming weather is something that's never too early to start. One of the best ways is to see what is in store for the day. more
As we recognize Veterans this weekend, we want to honor those in Webster County who answered the call to serve. more
Strafford alum’ and Chief of Police Dennis Shook has been in law enforcement for over 30 year, with 25 of them at the Springfield Police Department, and now almost a decade as the Chief in Strafford.  more
Paul Laughlin was born and raised in Rogersville. He was raised around law enforcement and wanted to be a part of it. more
Growing up on a farm in Kansas, Marshfield Police Chief Doug Fannen says he always dreamed of being a police officer, but envisioned a career of farming in his future. Ultimately, he decided that serving the community through law enforcement was his destiny. He graduated from the academy in Kansas and started out as a police officer in his hometown of Fort Scott, where he worked for a few years before moving to Utah. He went through the academy in Utah and was hired at the Lehi Police Department where he also attended the Advanced Officers Academy. It was also here that he met his wife and had three boys. 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
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