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Deanna Moore has been selected as the new publisher of the Phillips Media weekly group in southwest Missouri. Moore will be in charge of the daily newspaper operations for the Marshfield Mail, … more
Fordland R-III schools entered their Christmas break a little earlier than expected this year due to a number of illnesses circulating through the school. The flu, a stomach virus, and COVID-19 … more
Guests and residents of the Marshfield Senior Center had a few holiday surprises ahead of the Christmas season this year. From gift baskets to meal kits to visits from Santa…. Each resident of … more
The Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce announced their new Executive Director, Jennifer Ata, on Dec. 23. Rogersville born and raised, Ata has experience working closely with the community through … more
Marshfield and Lebanon Lions Club members received a special visit on Dec. 12 from the International Director of the Lions Club, Justin Faber, to celebrate the two club’s 90th anniversary. … more
The Elkland Fire Department celebrated with Santa Claus on Dec. 11. The crew ( Front row: left to right, David Creson, Santa Claus, James Bass. Back row: Shelly Parrott, Chief Sam Parrott, Cody Dean, … more
The Chillicothe Winter Preview Show, held at the Livingston County Fairgrounds, excitingly uncovered an up and coming cattle showman from Webster county. Maysen Doing, a Conway native and high … more
The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations announced the minimum wage in Missouri is set to increase on Jan 1. The minimum wage will increase from $10.30 to $11.15. This aligns with … more
Recent reports from Webster County Health Unit Administrator, Scott Allen, show COVID-19 cases are continuing to surge in the midst of the holidays. Active cases from the area have recently risen … more
“He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.” Thomas Carlyle, a Scottish writer, wrote those words over a hundred years ago, yet they still carry the same value … more
The Marshfield School Board met on the evening of Dec. 20 to discuss not only the real potential of a four day week, but other future changes which are also on the horizon.  Marshfield … more
Aldermen for the City of Marshfield gathered with city officials to discuss a number of pressing topics on Dec. 15. The council received a presentation by Rick McConnell, a Public Finance specialist … more
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