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With storms, come an abundance of downed limbs and debris. The City of Marshfield is busy completing their second round of limb pick-ups for the year, which started June 10 and is expected to be completed by Thursday, June 14. more
It's not every day that nationally known comic book creators and a WWE Hall of Famer come to Lebanon, but on June 22, the Cowan Civic Center is going to transform into a nerd heaven. more
Marshfield’s Cash Cantrell learned a valuable life lesson in the purchase of his first shotgun. The 10-year-old often visits Rifleman Gun and Pawn off the square in Marshfield. Over the years, he’s befriended the older men that work there and looks forward to chatting with them when visiting the shop. more
Species: Gizzard shad more
Severe thunderstorm warnings Saturday evening, into Sunday created hazards for drivers across Webster County. Road crews are busy assessing and repairing any damage to roadways and bridges after several inches of rain wreaked havoc over the weekend. more
Construction is complete on the new slide, provided thanks to a partnership from the Webster Student Leadership Team and the City of Marshfield. more
Did you know the Conway Community Days carousel was built in 1929? Ahead of the stormy weather this weekend, community members gathered to make some improvements to the beloved merry-go-round. more
TOPS – Take Off Pounds Sensibly – is hosting an open house on Friday, June 7 at the Marshfield Senior Center. The event will take place downstairs from 10 a.m. to noon and will allow community members to come meet Chapter leaders and other TOPS members. Information about TOPS weight loss program will be available. Meetings are held on Fridays at the Marshfield Senior Center, with weigh-in at 10 a.m. and meeting 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  more
A new business is expected to open in Marshfield July 1, which is expected to draw a large number of tourists and travelers along I-44. more
Adam Wainwright touched down in Nashville Thursday, eager to immediately hop on a bus toward Springfield, Missouri. more
The Webster Student Leadership Team was challenged to solve a problem with the school or community. The students decided to fix the slide at Rotary Park because they wanted to do something that would impact more people in the community. more
Dozens gathered at the Dr. Tommy Macdonnell Aquatic Center over Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 25, to mark the official unveiling of the facility’s new sign. The sign was unveiled at 10 a.m. and the doors opened for the first day of the 2024 season at noon. more
Storms sprinkled through the Ozarks over the holiday weekend, leading to a ravage hail storm Sunday, May 26. While tornados and high winds were creating hazards around Webster County, many homes, vehicles and other property were damaged by fast flying hail, some of which was larger in size than a baseball. more
Ozarks Food Harvest, along with its Board of Directors, has selected Kingdom Church's Wheel Fed program to receive a FY23 Urgent Needs Grant for the below items.  more
Clean. Drain. Dry. Dispose more
On Thursday, June 27 at 10 a.m. the Marshfield Senior Center will be hosting a Memory Café remembering pets. Angela Milligan will facilitate a fun experience tailored for those with Alzheimer's or a related dementia and their caregivers. more
It’s hook time again! more
On Saturday, May 11, the Webster County Democrat Club hosted a fundraiser at the welcome center at Hidden Waters Nature Park in Marshfield. more
Jerry Rader remembers when Memorial Day was different. more
When seniors look back at their school experience, they often highlight Pioneer Day as one of the most memorable. The day explores a pivotal part of American history. Friday, May 17 Shook Elementary School hosted it’s annual tradition. From intricate pioneer outfits to music performances and culinary exploration, fun was had by all who participated. more
Fordland Elementary Student Leadership, led by school counselor Melody Ball, executed their community project on Saturday, May 17 at the Fordland City Park. more
Niangua High School more
On Tuesday, May 21, Melinda Austin, the mother of Niangua resident Dylan Austin, filed a multi-million dollar seven count federal civil rights lawsuit against Niangua Police Department officer Dwayne McAtee in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri. The Mail was notified by Austin's attorney about the filing. more
If you’ve been outside lately, you may have notices the sing of cicadas a little earlier in the year than usual… more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce has two events coming up this month, with another networking opportunity and a marketing 101 presentation. more
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