The kids are back to school, buses are stopping on the roads, sports practices have begun and there is not enough time for much of anything to really get done. Be careful that you and your children don’t get so busy that there is no time for family or for God in your lives. It is much too ea…
The Greenwood Community Club met Sunday at the Greenwood Schoolhouse. Members in attendance were Betty Templeton, Belinda Rust, Grace Ray, Alice Bertoldie, Betty Herman, Jan Williams, Julie Stevens, Lola Belle Underwood, Paula Ankrom, Evelyn Whitehurst and Carol Cruise. Those who were not ab…
The 56th annual Underwood-Anderson Reunion was held Sept. 1 at Conway City Park. Paul Junior Underwood provided the blessing. Marcus Harper, Jr., was emcee for the event.
Fordland hosted its Wild West Days event Saturday in the Fordland City Park. Participants dressed in their Old West style clothes and enjoyed plenty of activities, such as crafts, vendors and live entertainment.
LEBANON — ALDI will welcome shoppers back to its renovated Lebanon store when it reopens today. The store, at 668 S. Jefferson, is part of a $1.9 billion initiative to remodel and expand more than 1,300 ALDI stores nationwide by the end of 2020. Locally, ALDI is investing more than $8.5 mill…
The annual quilt exhibit at the Webster County Historical Museum will be held in conjunction with Harvest Days Sept. 20-21 and will continue through the month of October. Exhibitors are asked to bring their quilts to the museum by this Friday.
Tim Siebert, executive director with Children’s Miracle Network (CMN), expressed his gratitude to the Marshfield Fire Department for its contributions to the Bucket Brigade campaign Tuesday.
On March 1, the tax year starts, and Webster County collector Kevin Farr receives the tax book showing all delinquent taxes that haven't been paid.
It started in the fall of 2007 with Doug Pitt, the brother of actor Brad Pitt, who heard sobering statistics about poverty in his hometown of Springfield.
People-watching was the best part of Boots, Bands & Barbecue — so much so that a roundup of favorite fashions seemed to be in order. Almost everyone at the event kicked up their heels in boots, and here are some who found a nifty way to top them.
Veterans, members of the military and first responders who attend Saturday's Patriot Park dedication will not only get to hear from Gov. Mike Parson, local physician and war hero Dr. Tommy Macdonnell and other dignitaries, but they will also be presented with a commemorative pin to recognize…
The Marshfield Area Community Foundation is a low-key organization — until September, that is, when it gives away tons of money to deserving nonprofits while hosting what can only be described as the social event of the year.
For those who signed up for the farmer’s market vouchers, a couple of new vendors in Marshfield have become certified to accept them, so get on down to the Farmer’s Market and shop!