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The City of Marshfield and the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments (SMCOG; pronounced: ‘sim-cog’) are excited to present the 2022 update of the Marshfield Transportation Plan for public input. The transportation plan has served as a continuous source of guidance for the city regarding the transportation network and investments since it was last developed in 2009. Moving forward, the Plan will serve as a guide for decision-making and policy implementation that will improve mobility for residents and visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. more
Last Friday, the Big 8 Conference district tournament for high school football began. The Marshfield Bluejays were pitted against the McDonald County Mustangs. Both teams had lots of hope and expectations riding on the game, including a chance at redemption for the Bluejays as they lost to the Mustangs earlier in the season. So with all the pleasantries out of the way, the game was on. more
Imagine: you take a pregnancy test, you’re holding your breath hoping with all hope that it’s positive and then the little plus sign appears. You cry tears of joy and nervousness and you know your life is about to change forever. You picture middle-of-the-night feedings, blow-out diapers, and watching your baby hit milestone after milestone. But what happens when the baby you’ve longed for isn’t the picture-perfect idea you had in your head? more
Every county has a person who is elected to be the guardian for individuals in the county who are deemed unable to care for and or unable to make decisions for themselves. Webster County is lucky enough to have had the same individual filing that role for ten years: Danielle Boggs. more
On October 31, 2022 Gage Herbert Bittner of Hartville entered a plea of guilty to the Class E and D felonies of involuntary manslaughter in the 2nd degree and unlawful possession of a firearm. Bittner was sentenced to 6 and 9 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. more
As you probably already well know, we live in the Show Me State. That nickname has been an inspiration for businesses and names all over Missouri. There’s Sho-me-power, the electric co-op, here locally. Then there’s the Show-me-center, Southeast Missouri State University’s arena, several hours east of us. Still plenty more examples abide. It is such a part of our consciousness and lingo that it just flows off the tongue. But how did it get to be that way? What is the history behind the coining of this phrase? more
The following is a statement from the Day family:  more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 13,759 deer during Missouri’s early youth portion of the 2022 deer hunting season, Oct. 29-30. Top counties were Franklin with 330 deer harvested, Osage with 310, and Howell with 260. Youth hunters harvested 15,608 during last year’s early youth portion. more
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. Palliative care is for those with serious illnesses, while those in hospice are considered terminally ill; the help is there for the patient, and their family members. Both physical care and counseling are included. Nationwide, around 1.6 million patients receive hospice care yearly. more
While most of us are getting ready for the approaching blustery cold months, one local woman revels in fresh memories of local lakes, sunny beaches, exotic locales, and deep dives into adventures unknown. Lucky for us, she shares those recollections with all of us, so we, too, can benefit from her amazing experiences. more
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