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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.

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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!

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Due to threat of the spread of coronavirus, the City of Marshfield has taped off playground equipment in public parks to forbid their usage by residents.

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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.

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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.

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The Ozarks South Central Tourism nonprofit organization has dissolved, according to executive director Kieve Garner.

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Pat Mays has been serving the community as a head volunteer at the Support Our Students (SOS) Closet in Marshfield. 

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Members of Webster County veterans organizations held a subdued Memorial Day ceremony Monday at the Marshfield Cemetery.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…