The usual-slotted community Easter egg hunt for the community was not on the calendar this year, but that won’t stop the Easter bunny from hopping through Marshfield. Two local churches have organized events to house the holiday hare.
Former Mayor of the City of Marshfield, Robert Williams will host a Virtual Candidate Forum for those on the ballot for Alderman in April 2021. The live event will be streamed via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 22.
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.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is through monologues, dancing and singing loudly for all to hear! According to the Marshfield Community Theatre, it's Holly Jolly (Virtual) Holiday Show will be available free of charge Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.
Thanksgiving day brings all the turkey and stuffing one’s heart could desire, but not before donuts and a Drumstick Dash 5k in Conway this year. High school cross country coach, Andrew Lowery is coordinating the Thanksgiving day race alongside fellow runners Heather Officer and Stacie Vestal.
In 1925, a single strand of 16 colored lights was placed above a doorway in the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City to celebrate Christmas. The number of lights increased annually, inspiring an official lighting ceremony that first took place in 1930.
Four astronauts launched into space Sunday evening, Nov. 15 from the Kennedy Space Center as part of a partnership with NASA and SpaceX, a company owned by Elon Musk. The mission commander of the SpaceX Dragon Crew is Michael Hopkins, 51-year-old Lebanon, Missouri native.
The Niangua R-V School District will be hiring a new superintendent before January, according to current superintendent T.J. Bransfield. Bransfield has been employed by the Niangua 5-V School District since 2007, currently serving as the District Superintendent and 6-12 principal.
After a heavy rain Tuesday, Nov. 10, a young woman was driving on B Highway towards Rogersville when her vehicle hydroplaned and hit a tree before landing in a nearby pond.
As a way to help residents stay in shape, the Marshfield Senior Center, in conjunction with the University of Missouri Extension, is starting Living With A Better You classes.
The University of Missouri Extension is offering a "Tree Identification Class" from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 16, at the Webster County Extension building, 800 S. Marshall, Marshfield.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks will host a Community Blood Drive Monday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Marshfield Lions Club, 210 W. Maple, Marshfield. Donors will receive a “Mullet Over” T-shirt. This sand colored shirt has a cool retro look that is sure to spark conversation.
SPRINGFIELD — The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO), the sole supplier of blood and plasma to patients at more than 40 area healthcare facilities, reports a critical shortage of all blood types.
The Webster County Neighborhood Center of the Ozarks Area Community Action Commission (OACAC) will offer a free, online class on family budgeting on Sept. 9. The class is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The annual quilt exhibition at the Webster County Historical Museum will be held in conjunction with Harvest Days Sept. 18-19 and will continue through the month of October.
The Webster County University of Missouri Extension is offering a barn quilt class. American barn quilts can be tracked back alomost 300 years, to the arrival of immigrants from the central regions of Europe.
Leadership is influence — nothing more, nothing less! You influence every person you meet. Leadership is a learned behavior; there is no such thing as a born leader.
Friends and family of Jim and Beth Jones are invited by the children and grandchildren of the couple to share in their joyous celebration of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary.