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Local history and culture will come to life in a new way in 2024 through Ozarks Alive’s Folk Lure Exchange, an event series that explores popular topics related to the region’s past – and how they integrate with the present. more
An officer-involved shooting at 299 Myrtle Street in Niangua occurred around 9 p.m. March 13. Immediate reports from the scene alleged a four-wheeler and foot pursuit led to law enforcement … more
Springfield Business Journal’s Man of the Year honorees were announced last week and the list includes Marshfield’s Sam Rost. more
The Springfield Cardinals have announced the first 16 area schools that have been awarded grants through the newly-launched Fly Together Fund to help bring students to an Educational Day Field Trip game this year.  more
"Take what you need, Give what you can." more
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – The Webster County University of Missouri Extension invites the community to attend the upcoming 99th Annual Diversified Ag Conference. more
Webster County – Contractor crews are set to CLOSE the Webster County Route B bridge over I-44 west of Marshfield at Exit 96 for up to 115 days beginning the week of March 18 to rehabilitate the bridge, the Missouri Department of Transportation said. more
As the weather starts to warm up and people start cleaning up their years, the city of Marshfield has announced the dates of limb pick-up. more
SAN DIEGO - Petty Officer 1st Class Grant Rumfelt, a native of Conway, Missouri, serves the U.S. Navy assigned to Surface Combat Systems Training Command San Diego. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds people that strong winds, low humidity, and dry conditions this time of year means extra caution is needed to avoid unexpected wildfires. According to MDC, a main cause of wildfires is improper burning of debris such as leaves or brush piles. more
David (Chuck) Replogle, Associate Circuit Judge Webster County, has filed for Circuit Judge of the 30th Judicial Circuit which encompasses Webster, Polk, Dallas, and Hickory counties. The current Circuit Judge, Michael Hendrickson, has recently announced his intention to retire. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missouri hunters and anglers that related annual permits expire at the end of February, including 2023 permits for small game, fishing, trout fishing, and combination hunting and fishing. more
Webster County wrestling athletes left their best on the mats at the Class 3 Missouri State High School Activities Association tournament over the weekend. The tournament ran Feb. 21-24 with Class 1 and 2 boys and Class 1 girls competing Wednesday and Thursday, and Class 3 and 4 boys and Class 2 girls competing Friday and Saturday. more
Public access and fishing will be prohibited on the west bank near the hatchery office in Zone 1 to the Highway 64 A bridge in Zone 2, including the top of the dam. more
A new Bereavement Support Group is starting in Marshfield. It will be held at the Marshfield Senior Center on the first Tuesday of the month at 2:00 PM. more
Marshfield, MO – Thanks to a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health, the Webster County Health Unit will be hosting a series of countywide focus groups seeking input from community members regarding a myriad of behavioral and mental health issues. more
The Missouri Prime Beef Packers, located in Pleasant Hope, has informed the state that it will be closing the facility in April, putting 335 people out of jobs. more
Candidate filing for the Aug. 6, 2024 Primary Election began bright and early Tuesday, Feb. 27.  This includes candidates for Federal, State & County office, as well as candidates for local political party committees. more
The Webster County Farm Bureau visited second and third grade classrooms last week to leave an impression of the importance of agriculture with local elementary students. more
It was a full house February 9-11 at Margaritaville Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks where Missouri Farm Bureau’s (MOFB) Young Farmers and Ranchers (YF&R) Leadership Conference hosted more than 500 farmers and ranchers from across the state. more
On Saturday, February 10th fifteen Marshfield students participated in the Invitational Honor Choir hosted by Southwest Baptist University (SBU). more
Missouri turkey hunters can apply online during February for 2024 spring turkey managed hunts through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website at mdc.mo.gov/hunting-trapping/species/turkey/turkey-spring-managed-hunts. more
The Missouri Ozarks are chock full of both caves and legends about them. Gaudily colored advertising of outlaws and wayward conquistadors, cry forth from tourist brochures, billboards and painted barn tops, often alluding to buried hordes of plunder. Caves with more credible tales get more dignified advertising and historic markers. These “cave tales” whether true or not have one big difference with Marshfield’s subterranean wonderland; those caves actually exist. It is easy to build a cave legend around some wild tale. In Marshfield we seem to have legends “of” a cave, rather than those “about” one. Where did they come from? Three answers, wagons, newspapers and land speculation. more
Species: Southern flying squirrel more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Join us as Governor Mike Parson, Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe, Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn, Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven and Missouri FFA leadership will proclaim Feb. 17-24, 2024, as National FFA Week in Missouri. more
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