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At the Carl & Glessie Young Auditorium, Disney’s Descendants musical was played by Marshfield Community Theatre (MCT) Education on July 10th. With two acts and 63 cast members with a large age range, the youngest being five years old. This musical is one of the biggest cast and show that…

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Seymour High School biology teacher Cyndy Zind has been surprised with a $202.70 grant through WGU Missouri’s “Fund My Classroom” initiative in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Pictured is Zind with WGU Missouri Chancellor Dr. Angie Besendorfer. Zind teaches a college-seated, dual credit …

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The Ozarks Concert Association (OCA) plans to hold its inaugural event at 7 p.m. Friday, July 16, on the grounds of the Dickey House in Marshfield. The outdoor event has been dubbed “Music at the Mansion.” 

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Marshfield’s Board of Aldermen met Thursday, July 8, approving the planning of a new September 11 memorial event.

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The City of Marshfield held a City Employee Appreciation Picnic on Sunday, July 11 at Patriot Park. Mayor Natalie McNish and the Board of Aldermen provided dinner and invited all employees to bring their families for a night of fun and thanks. Pictured above are (left to right) Sam Rost, Mar…

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The Missouri Job Center will host a One-Stop Pop Up for Webster County on the square in Marshfield. The event will take place Wednesday, July 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. offering the resources of the Missouri Job Center to those in Webster County and providing information to those who may not …

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The Marshfield Fire Department has hired its first full-time staff member as part of its new, on-going expansion effort. The full-time firefighter had his first day at the station on Monday, July 12. 

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Hundreds gathered at the Marshfield Community Center Friday, July 2 for the 10th Annual Marshfield Reunion Fest. The event offered shows from three local bands, food trucks and a good time.

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Rogersville Friends of the Park is bringing back the farmer’s market. The first market of this year will take place on July 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The last market Rogersville held at the park was in October of 2020 since they don’t host a farmers Market during the winter. 

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The 36th Annual Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival took place ahead of Independence Day from July 1-3 in Conway. The long-time music festival has been a local tradition since 1985, drawing talented musicians and crowds from states away.

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Onlookers prepare for Saturday evening’s pie auction at the Webster County Fair. It raised just over $2,000 for the local chapter of The Forgotten Initiative, a faith-based, non-profit organization that strives to bring people together to support the foster care community, including children…

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The 2020-21 season for the National Youth Fishing Association has come to a close. This season for Marshfield high school and junior high teams was challenging in many ways – other than fishing – due to the pandemic. 

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Enjoy a collection of photos from the 84th Annual Webster County Fair & Rodeo and share familiar faces with your friends and family! The full photo album can be viewed by scrolling down to the bottom of this article. 

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Enjoy a collection of photos from the 142nd Annual Marshfield Independence Day Parade and share familiar faces with your friends and family!

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The Alzheimer’s Association has announced the FDA approval of aducanumab (Aduhelm) —branded by Biogen— for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Until now, there has not been any effective treatment for the condition, which brings hope for all caretakers, families, and patients diagnosed wit…

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Since Monday, June 29, 80 more Webster County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19, six more have been hospitalized, and two have died. 

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Historian Mark Spangler addressed the community at the June 22 Webster County Historical Society Meeting at the Callaway Cabin regarding a local segment of the Trail of Tears. Hidden Waters Nature Park has a unique history, with more being uncovered as time goes on. After the famous 1880 tor…

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The Webster County Fair will add two events to the Ellis O. Jackson exhibit building this year – barn quilt and country cured ham shows. County Engagement Specialist for the University of Missouri Extension Center in Webster County, Kyle Whittaker, will be organizing the exhibits this year a…

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It’s been a busy week for Webster County’s Chelsey James as the singer announced a new single, a 2021 concert tour and took the stage ahead of Sammy Kershaw at the Friday, June 25 Baker-Spain Stampede.

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Rain stayed away mid-afternoon Saturday to allow for citizens and participants to enjoy this year’s Rogersville Independence Day Parade. Rogersville Police Chief Paul Laughlin and Webster County Sheriff Roye Cole were among those who took a hand in leading the way, winding through streets be…