Webster County has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the illness associated with coronavirus.
KANSAS CITY — U.S. Attorney Tim Garrison today urged the public to report suspected fraud schemes related to COVID-19 (the coronavirus) by calling the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) hotline (1-866-720-5721) or writing to the NCDF email address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPRINGFIELD — With the safety of our community in mind, Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) Neighborhood/Community Centers have modified the way services are provided. Beginning this week, all services will be available by appointment only. Centers will be closed to public walk-…
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is making it easier to report COVID-19 price gouging with a new form on his website. The form, which can be found at https://ago.mo.gov/civil-division/consumer/price-gouging, allows Missouri consumers to answer price gouging-specific qu…
This issue of The Mail does not include the Hometown Happenings calendar, as many events are canceled on advice from the Centers for Disease Control and local, state and national officials.
Effective at 12:01 a.m. Friday, the City of Rogersville is under a stay-at-home order, Mayor Jon Hill has announced. A declaration of emergency is included with the order, which is intended to combat the spread of novel coronavirus and its attendant illness, COVID-19.
"Vulnerable" is not a word that usually comes to mind when we think of inmates in the Webster County Jail — but when it comes to novel coronavirus, the overcrowded jail seems to pose a special danger.
Tiffany Replogle, of Marshfield, received the 2020 PRIDE/Carl Perkins Community Service Award from Missouri Education of Family and Consumer Science and Human Services (MoEFACS).
In an effort to protect the health and safety of Missouri citizens, Gov. Mike Parson announced a statewide distancing order Saturday. The order went into effect Monday.
On Monday afternoon, Marshfield R-I administrators and other volunteers passed out 918 meals to drivers at different locations around town.
Gatherings of more than 10 people are now prohibited in Marshfield. In Webster County, gatherings of 10 or more are now prohibited (meaning that gatherings are capped at nine).
Organizers of the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival have made the sad announcement that the 15th installment of this favorite local event will have to be postponed for a year.
As an effort to take reasonable and responsible precautionary steps to address the spreading of Coronavirus in our area, the City of Marshfield is taking the following steps.
A global pandemic has resulted in a state of emergency being declared for the United States and the State of Missouri, and in Webster County, local officials have formed a COVID-19 Task Force to meet the challenge head on.
Sunday, church day for many, is quickly approaching, and some people are wondering if it’s OK to attend a church service under a declared state of emergency in both Missouri and the United States.
While they might not have been experienced on the gridiron, that didn't deter students from their competitiveness during a powderpuff tournment Friday night on the R.A. Barr Stadium field in Marshfield.