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This Saturday, Dec. 3, the holidays are in full swing in Webster County! Each city has planned a holiday themed parade with additional festivities. more
Last week another well-beloved actor left us. On Nov 19, Jason David Frank took his own life at 49. Frank is primarily known in the world of entertainment as Tommy Oliver from Power Rangers.  more
The Webster County Extension office is launching a new club this December. The Webster County Beekeeping Group will have its first meeting on December 5 at 6:00 p.m. at the Webster County Extension Center located at 800 S. Marshall Street, Marshfield. more
It is no secret that Marshfield is full of small businesses: from local eateries to coffee shops to boutiques, the small business industry in Marshfield seems to be thriving. However, where small businesses ARE thriving-there is a distinct lack of focus on offering small business owners with help. more
Last Tuesday, Nov 22, just before Thanksgiving break, the students of Webster Elementary gathered for their first quarter Soaring BlueJays Assembly. This assembly is held in honor of students chosen by teachers who demonstrate academic excellence or leadership skills. Twenty-nine students were given a red carpet walk with awards, cheer from the assembly, a certificate, and 3D printed dog tags. more
You better not shout or cry because thanks to the Marshfield Fire Department, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus are coming to Marshfield in their eighth annual Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus Tour Marshfield. So be good, for goodness sake, and catch the Claus at these dates and times. more
Diggins is a small village with roughly a population of 314. Yet, despite this size, they have a strong sense of community. From music jam sessions and bingo nights to their recent groundbreaking to honor veterans, Diggins is always looking for ways to serve. more
Who is Roberta Magee Hartley for whom the Hartley Park on N. Clay Street is named and how/why was the property donated to the city for a park? This was a question posed by Webster County Historical Society members and city officials during a recent meeting to discuss the aging monuments in the park. A visit to the park to inspect the monuments in Hartley Park and the one on the adjacent lot designated as the first burial site in Marshfield revealed both monuments were badly in need of resealing. more
Hitting the courts and starting their 2022 season was the Marshfield Boys basketball team. The Jay's first opponent of the season was the Forsyth Panthers. The first quarter appeared to be an even match with a score of 17-17. During that same quarter, Marshfield would score a trio of three-pointers: two by #2 Merrick Dennis and by #4 Tegen Curley. The rest of the game, though, would see the Panthers prowl and lead the board. The game would end with Forsyth winning 70 to Marshfield 62. more
In this digital world, everyone is connected through some type of social media platform or app. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and Snapchat are some of the more common ones but there is also communication through YouTube, Discord, Twitch, Tumbler and Reddit. Then there is also WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Pinterest and now BeReal. Parents are often warned of the dangers of social media by peers, teachers, the internet and basically anyone with an opinion but why should parents be afraid? What dangers exactly are out there? What can your children get into without knowing? more
In partnership with the Rogersville Chamber of Commerce, Fordland Clinic unveiled multiple new additions and renovations to their existing facility located at 1059 Barton Dr., in Fordland, Mo. more
A little bit of rain didn't keep turkeys away from the 12th Annual Gobble Wobble, which the Webster County Health Unit hosts every Thanksgiving. more
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