The Greenwood Community Club will meet Sunday, June 14, at the schoolhouse at 2 p.m.
Webster County Commissioners, Sheriff Roye Cole and others met with representatives of Septagon Construction Monday to discuss some small tasks that are expected to cap off the project.
Thank you, Marshfield! Due to your generosity, we have received enough donations to order our new freezer. But don’t stop now: We still need a little more to finish installation and cover labor costs. We are so close; thank you for helping us make it happen!
SPRINGFIELD — Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO), the sole supplier of blood and plasma to patients at more than 40 area hospitals, will hold a blood drive in Marshfield on Friday, June 5.
A food distribution event was held May 20 in the Niangua High School parking lot, thanks to the efforts of Crosslines of Springfield and the Niangua Community Food Pantry.
The Webster County Service Unit of the Salvation Army has opened up funds to give to those who have been impacted by COVID-19, according to former board member Ray Schooley and administrator Chris Parker.
We will be holding a rummage sale in the lower level of the Senior Center May 28-30. We would appreciate the use of masks/sanitizer/social distancing. Donations are requested to limit money handling. Please be generous — and patient, as we will have to limit the number of people in the build…
The municipal election that was original scheduled for April 7 has been moved to this Tuesday, and according to Webster County Clerk Stan Whitehurst, preparations have been made to keep all voters safe from infection.
As of Monday, the Webster County Health Unit will begin its soft reopening. Clients will not have free access to the Health Unit, as the doors will continue to be locked.
The Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival, which was to have been held on July 2-4 in Conway, has been canceled, according to a release from the Day family, the organizers of the event.
Annie, our cook, will still be working out of Lebanon, delivering meals to Conway Senior Center. Reserve your meal one day in advance by calling 532-3040. Lunches are served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The price for seniors 60 years of age and older is $4. Under 60, the price is $6.50.
On the second Friday of each month, Alex Ruth, director of the Bread of Life ministry at Marshfield Christian Church, guides drive-thru traffic during its food distribution days in the church parking lot.
The Senior Center will once again be participating in the signup of seniors for the Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program Vouchers. If you received vouchers last year, you will receive a letter soon with a copy of the application. Please fill out, but do not sign, the application. We will then b…