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Please watch the weather carefully — if the Marshfield Schools are closed, chances are the Senior Center is also closed. Please be safe and do not venture out in the cold on icy roads. If you … more
"We had one or two outages, but no one was out of power for an extended period of time," said Tom Houston, general manager of Webster Electric Cooperative. He spoke in regards to the snowstorm … more
"It's a home away from home," smiled 30-year-old Marshfield native, TJ Slocum. "My parents stayed at the Ronald McDonald House when I was a baby." TJ has spent the past 13 years as a volunteer, … more
A local 26-year-old has been charged in the crash that left a pedestrian dead on Evergreen Road in the early hours of Jan. 19. According to court records, Morgan Wright, of Marshfield, was charged … more
On Tuesday, the Webster Electric Cooperative brought some good news regarding its post about rolling blackouts.  The cooperative was able to reduce its usage about 10 Megawatts (enough power for … more
Due to extreme temperatures and ongoing cold weather, all Webster County residents are asked to do their part in reducing electricity usage as much as possible. Residents can follow these tips to … more
"I was dating this girl and went over to her house," said Allen Davis, one of the emergency medical technicians and first responders for the Niangua Fire Protection District. "Low and behold, it was … more
February 3rd marks six years for Lisa McCarthy on the Marshfield Fire Protection District. Before she came on, she took the first responder class and two officers asked her about being a part of … more
Niangua is home to just over 400, from senior citizens down to young families, and a one-woman police department. Chief Jo Deckard not only spear-heads the department, she patrols and covers the … more
The Missouri Department of Conservation(MDC) is accepting applications through the month of February for 2021 spring managed turkey hunts. This comes as the MDC has suspended hunter-education … more
To celebrate Super Bowl Sunday, Safe Haven Fordland and Safe Haven Rogersville organized a friendly competition on Saturday (Feb. 6). Known as the "Souper Bowl Food Drive," the event was held to … more
February 1 marked 50 years for OATS Transit , a nationwide leader in rural public transportation systems. It started out with only three vehicles and five drivers serving eight counties. Now, it … more
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