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Alyssa Andrews has been named Associate Editor of the Marshfield Mail. The decision was made earlier this month by Deanna Moore, publisher of the newspaper.  Andrews has represented the Mail … more
On May 5th Police Chief Joe Deckard of the Niangua police department received a $10,000 grant from Webster Electric Round-Up to assist with the purchase of a new patrol car. The current police car, a … more
The Lady Soccer Jays wrapped up a successful season this past week with an exciting accomplishment by Sophmore Calli Watson. At the game against Fair Grove on May 10, Watson scored her 100th goal of … more
It’s time again for the Art Rich 7th Annual Salute to Veterans golf tournament. Originally organized by the late Art Rich, the golf tournament was created as a way to support … more
Niangua Cardinals 8th grade class took a trip to OTC Lebanon Campus on May 10 to the first annual Lineman Rodeo. Students from the Richwood Valley campus traveled to Lebanon to compete in a series of … more
Marshfield’s newest police officer Michael Seery was sworn in for duty on Monday May 16. “We are really excited to recruit someone who has highway patrol experience and that they want to … more
MoDOT TRAFFIC ALERT: Webster County Route A Bridge CLOSED Over James River South of Marshfield May 16-20 For Bridge Maintenance Where: Webster County Route A Bridge CLOSED over James River … more
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks and the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation presented a $2,300 grant to the Marshfield Senior Center. The grant will be used to improve the … more
Van Halen’s “Jump” echoed throughout Mt. Vernon stadium during the final moments of the Big 8 Conference Championship on May 3. The ’80’s classic also made for a … more
The Webster County Historical Society is pleased to announce the latest issue of the Webster County Plat Book is now available. The colorful cover pays tribute to the tomato canning industry in … more
Heavy rains have stormed the Ozarks resulting in a number of emergency situations involving floodwaters and roadways. Floodwaters can be deeper than they appear and hide numerous hazards: tree limbs, … more
Red mailbox flags, the signal of outgoing mail, will be a common sight on May 14. Mail carriers will be hauling off letters, bills and non-perishable food items for the 30th annual Stamp Out Hunger … more
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