Log in
News
1227 results total, viewing 1 - 12
Residents of Fordland are gathering Feb. 12 from 12 p.m.-1 p.m to chat about the city of Fordland’s future. The meeting will take place in Fordland City Hall at 296 Burks St and open to the … more
In 2021, Safe Haven of Rogersville launched the Larry Martin Memorial Community Garden with a mission to provide a teaching element within the Rogersville community while providing fresh produce to … more
Just got back from a meeting at the school about instituting the four-day week. I estimate perhaps 30 adults were present. Such a radical move brings all kinds of questions to mind. Why would a … more
The Marshfield R-I school board held an open discussion on Jan. 10 and 14 about the possibility of a 4-day school week. The topic has been discussed at previous school board meetings and was … more
The Webster County University of Missouri Extension hosted country cured ham workshops Jan. 15 and 18 for youth and adults. Prior to refrigeration, many Missourians cured hams and pork bellies as a … more
For eight years, Stacy Atkison was the elected recorder of deeds for Webster County. During his two-term tenure from 2002 to 2010, Atkison led the charge to upgrade the county’s software and … more
Missouri Route 125 Intersection Improvement Project In Strafford Focus of Virtual (Online) Public Meeting January 18-31  Strafford,  – MoDOT is seeking public input on … more
The City of Strafford’s board of aldermen and city officials gathered on the evening of Jan. 3.  Although the meeting was succinct, the municipal court entertained much discussion on the … more
With February just around the corner, many plan on attending a Super Bowl party to cheer America’s best football teams, however, Safe Haven Now of both Fordland and Rogersville will be cheering … more
The famous line, “if you build it, he will come,” from the 1989 film ”Field of Dreams” appears to correlate with Clint Gazette's most recent efforts and dream for the Niangua … more
Deanna Moore has been selected as the new publisher of the Phillips Media weekly group in southwest Missouri. Moore will be in charge of the daily newspaper operations for the Marshfield Mail, … more
Fordland R-III schools entered their Christmas break a little earlier than expected this year due to a number of illnesses circulating through the school. The flu, a stomach virus, and COVID-19 … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 103 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
X