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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
White Oak Revival is off to a busy start on the year after releasing a brand new EP Friday, titled “What A Shame”. The six-song EP is available to listen to now, streaming on all platforms. more
A strong geomagnetic storm put on an amazing skyward light show across Webster County over the weekend. Purple, pink, green and yellow hues from the aurora borealis were reported worldwide, with sightings in Germany, China, Spain, England, Switzerland and more. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer 400 permits for the taking of a maximum of 40 black bears during the 2024 Missouri black-bear hunting season this fall,Oct 21-30. more
"This walk is in memory of all the children we don’t get to hold this Mother's Day." more
The Ozarks Health Commission (OHC), a coalition of public health entities, hospital partners and community leaders across the Ozarks region, has come together again to better understand the health status, behaviors and needs of the residents in our region. more
A new program is being offered at the Marshfield Senior Center. SeniorAge, in collaboration with the Webster County Library, presents “The Memory Café.” more
The following food inspection reports were submitted by the Webster County Health Unit. more
The following calls were reported by the Marshfield Police Department. more
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If you enjoy mushrooms, look beyond spring morels to summer when various other edible mushrooms appear. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free virtual Foraging Summertime Mushrooms program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 23. more
Marshfield Jobs for America's Graduates (JAG) program students traveled to St. Louis at the end of April to showcase their projects and compete for hardware in the national competition.  more
Governor Mike Parson is set to speak at a local high school on Wednesday morning, May 15. The event will take place in the gym and is open to the public. more
The Mail continues its Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield coverage with a story of a special experience for local students last week. On April 24, over 400 elementary children were able to meet eight famous Missourians in the "Famous Missourian Living Museum" as part of the Cherry Blossom Festival.  more
The 4th annual St. Jude Truck and Tractor Pulls went off without a hitch over the weekend, held at the Webster County Fairgrounds in Marshfield Friday and Saturday, May 2-3. Spectators and pullers traveled for miles to attend the event. All workers were volunteers, allowing pull founder Jake Thornton to donate the entirety of the proceeds to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. more
Another world record may be in store for the Logan-Rogersville school district… more
Norma Champion and David Harrison made an August 27, 10:30 a.m. presentation that gave attendees another chance to enjoy a "Children's Hour." more
Six veterans of the western movies of yesterday moseyed into the Marshfield Assembly of God April 25,for a panel discussion entitled “Remembering the Westerns and Cowboys of Yesteryear” on the first day of the Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival. more
Veteran advertising executive Deanna Moore, publisher of the Buffalo Reflex and four additional southwest Missouri newspapers, was honored the evening of April 18 with the 2024 Dee Hamilton Memorial Sales Pro Award. more
One of the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival's popular events is the "Nostaglia Fest Autograph Show" that brings in stars from some of its attendees favorite shows of the past. more
Alicia Hagen, newly re-elected Mayor of the City of Seymour, has been charged with second-degree domestic assault, a Class D felony in the state of Missouri. The charges came two days following her … more
The Cherry Blossom Festival Auxiliary met for its monthly meeting on Saturday, April 13th at the Webster County Extension Office. President Jeanette Alcorn called the meeting to order, and Joyce Inman opened the meeting in prayer, and Jill Campbell (Secretary) read the March meeting minutes. Rachel Andrews (Treasurer) presented the monthly treasurer's report. Members present included: Joyce Inman, Marie Bristol, Blanche Firestone, Nicholas Inman, Dale Hartwell, Sarah Inman, Jackson Inman, Emmett Thiele, Penny Bolin, Donnie Kendrick, Laurabeth Smith, Yleen Hartwell, Barbara Bailey, Jeannie Moreno, Susie Jones, Darlene Smith, Tammie Robison, Vivian King, Linda Dickinson, Jane Hamilton Smith, Martha Myers, Martha Faulkner and Carol Fuller. more
The Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield is approaching with a larger schedule and more events than ever. The annual three-day event takes place each spring in Marshfield, celebrating and preserving American, state and local history. more
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