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Correction: In the issue, the headline was written as 2019-2020, but the Marshfield R-1 amended the item on the agenda list to 2020-2021 calendar during the November meeting.

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The Webster County Health Unit will continue to offer nutrition education services and support to approximately 850 women, infant, and children per month through the WIC program, thanks to renewed funding from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.

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An ex-Webster County deputy pleaded guilty to child sex crimes on Wednesday, Nov. 27.

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Arvest Bank is pleased to announce Cheryl Houk from Marshfield High School as the winner of a $500 award given to teachers throughout its four-state footprint. A total of 131 awards, totaling $65,500, is being awarded this year.

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JEFFERSON CITY — Attorney General Schmitt announced in a Nov. 20 press conference the results of a statewide inventory of all untested sexual assault kits as part of his SAFE Kits Initiative.

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In hopes of combining its resources and providing round-the-clock, full-time staffing, the Marshfield Board of Aldermen and Marshfield Fire Protection District need 750 signatures on initiative petitions to get these issues on the April ballot.

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A lot of changes are coming to Marshfield, all aimed toward improving infrastructure in the community. Perhaps the best news of all for Marshfield residents is that the city has planned carefully for the improvements, and the successful bids fall within budget projections.

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In hosting October's annual meeting of the Southwest Missouri Association of County Commissioners, the Webster County chiefs wanted to offer programming that would put their best foot forward, and so they invited Kyle Whittaker, county engagement specialist for the Webster County office of U…

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Webster and similarly sized counties will be completing their budget planning in December and January, and October’s meeting of the Southwest Missouri Association of County Commissioners, presided over by Webster County Commissioner Paul Ipock, offered a chance for county leaders to consider…

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Three-hundred pounds of food was delivered to the Webster County Food Pantry in Marshfield last week, a contribution made by a 10-year-old girl.

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A dispute on Wednesday led to assault charges for a Marshfield man, after allegedly attacking another man on his way out to a breakfast.

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The Marshfield Greenhouse, LLC, has been a fixture in the city since the mid-1940s, and has been in Doug Knight's family since 1962.

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Two lawsuits recently filed in the Webster County Circuit Court target the Niangua R-V School District. Both have to do with failure to pay overtime to hourly workers.

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It was a day 54 years in the making, but on Monday, ground was broken on a second interchange on Interstate 44 for the City of Marshfield.