A hearing has been scheduled next Monday for a Seymour man charged for beating his girlfriend with a coffee pot.
During the month of May, the Marshfield Police Department executed two drug search warrants that resulted in the seizure of nearly 190 marijuana plants, along with methamphetamine and numerous firearms.
The Marshfield Board of Aldermen began to lay the groundwork for the Marshfield Fire Protection District to annex the Marshfield Fire Department — a move that must be permitted by a majority of voters in the city.
SPRINGFIELD — A Strafford woman has been sentenced in federal court for her role in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in the Springfield area.
In January, the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court announced new rules requiring judges to first consider non-monetary conditions for pretrial release, aiming to reduce court costs for low-income defendants.
Webster County's amateur radio operators are an important part of any disaster relief plan, and ARES, the Amateur Radio Emergency Service, is ready to jump into action at any time.
Brenda Lemons was outside watering her flowers when she heard her dog, Punkie, barking. It was around 8:15 a.m. Thursday, May 30 when she decided to investigate. What she found was a guineafowl on her yard.
Rocky Ridge Farm in Mansfield invites the public to help celebrate the life of Rose Wilder Lane with special summer tours focusing on the time that she lived in Mansfield.
Property owners in the City of Marshfield will have to keep an eye on their lawns this season, as the maximum acceptable height for grass has been lowered from 10 to eight inches.
On Wednesday, May 22, the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Ozarks Elder Law, a firm that focuses on estate planning, asset protection, nursing home planning, probate, elder abuse, business succession planning, elder law litigation and real estate. They a…