As citizens throughout the county wait for their turn to access the COVID-19 vaccine, drive-through testing resumes Monday, Jan. 25 at the Webster County Fairgrounds. The event is open to anyone, regardless of county of residency and does not require the presence of symptoms or a doctors not…
For its third year now, the Missouri 4-H will partner with Feeding Missouri and the Missouri Farmers Care Drive to Feed Kids as part of the 4-H Feeding Missouri campaign Jan. 1 through April 30.
OACAC has teamed up with the Discovery Center in Springfield to offer educational scholarships to children from income-qualifying families. There are four different educational programs being offered; virtual learning or tutoring services, in-person learning and a STEM preschool class.
Thanks to a $4 million grant awarded by the United States Department of Education, Missouri State University will provide teaching and curriculum development to rural schools in southwest Missouri.
The change is pretty clear for shoppers who visit the new thrift store building of the Webster County Pantry and Thrift Store on 51 Ferguson Drive, Marshfield.
Since voters passed a five-cent tax levy in 2008, the Webster County Senior Citizen’s Tax Fund Board has been supporting seniors with various needs through applications submitted to OACAC. However, some funds from 2020 are still available to seniors in need.
The City of Marshfield and it’s contracted partners are hard at work on water pipe replacement to improve water quality and expand the lines of current systems.
The administration of the COVID vaccine has begun in the U.S. and the CDC has provided recommendations to federal, state and local governments about who should be vaccinated first. According to the Webster County Health Unit, it’s working collaboratively with providers across the country to …
13-year-old Niangua native, Dylan Moore passed away last week, along with his mother at her residence in Springfield. His 14-year-old sister, Alisa Moore, and Plumb’s 7-year-old daughter were also severely injured in the New Years Eve attack.
Annie, our cook, will be delivering meals to the cars, with Mike Miner’s help, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost is $4 for seniors 60 years and older; younger adults is $6.50. Please call (417) 589-2079 one day in advance to reserve your meal.
Annie, our cook, will be delivering meals to the cars from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please call one day in advance to reserve your meal at (417) 589-2079. The cost is $4 for seniors 60 years and older, $6.50 for younger adults.
All about us: The Marshfield Senior Center has a variety of durable medical equipment to loan: walkers, canes, wheel chairs and toilet risers are just some of the items we currently have. If you need something, please call the center before purchasing it at 417-859-3555.