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Webster County’s newest charitable club hosted its first fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 23 at Spring Valley Venue in Strafford. Guns 'n Hoses offered guests food, networking and live music as auctions raise funds for a worthy non-profit. The Webster County 100 Club is a 501(c)(3) organization and a registered Non-Profit Corporation in the State of Missouri which was created to financially support the surviving spouse and/or dependent children of the brave men and women from both county and local law enforcement agencies and fire departments who have died from injuries suffered in the line of duty within Webster County. more
Missouri Farm Bureau’s Foundation for Agriculture hosted an Ozarks Tractor Cruise on Saturday with a scenic route through Webster, Dallas and Laclede Counties. The cruise drew dozens of participants with one driver coming from Imperial, Mo in an effort to raise funds for the foundation in a fun and family friendly way.  more
Jeffrey Rice, of Marshfield, will appear in court before Judge Evans for his hearing on Oct. 17. more
Please call one day in advance for pick up/delivery for the day's lunch. (417) 620-2034. Annie Barker, our cook, will serve lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Suggested contribution for Seniors 60 years and older is $5. Younger Adults $7. more
Our fall rummage sale is Sept. 28 – 30. Come in and shop our bargains! more
Surrounding communities are invited to attend an event in Buffalo Oct. 14. The Meyongo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is hosting an informative event to assist those interested in how to find their ancestors and tracing lineage to a Patriot who participated in the American Revolutionary War. more
Mark and Emma Alexander and family of Fordland were among the families honored during the 66th annual Missouri Farm Family Day on Aug. 14 at the Missouri State Fair. more
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These past years have brought many vital issues affecting everyone to the forefront. One of these issues is mental health and how much it affects everyone. more
Construction has begun on the addition to and renovation of the Cogdill Early Childhood Center.  more
The Webster County University of Missouri Extension recognized the 2023 Missouri Century Farms program inductees from Webster County, the Brumback Family Farm, and the Her-Bar Farm, on Aug. 24 at the MU Extension Annual Picnic. more
The 9/11 Memorial Stair Climbs honor FDNY firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice. more
Michael S. Phillips from Springfield will appear in Webster County Court before Judge Evans on Oct. 10 for a hearing. more
The past weekend carried the air of festivity as Marshfield Square hosted Harvest Days. This year, people from all around the area gathered around as the square was filled with smells of food from different trucks and stands, tents, and trailers offering all kinds of wares. It was an excellent time for all that came. more
Webster County’s newest charitable club hosts its first fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 23 at Spring Valley Venue in Strafford. Guns 'n Hoses will offer food, networking and live music as auctions raise funds for a worthy non-profit. The Webster County 100 Club is a 501(c)(3) organization and a registered Non-Profit Corporation in the State of Missouri which was created to financially support the surviving spouse and/or dependent children of the brave men and women from both county and local law enforcement agencies and fire departments who have died from injuries suffered in the line of duty within Webster County. more
Julia M. Young is scheduled to be in court on Jan. 17, 2024, with Judge Evans presiding for a preliminary hearing about her case. more
With happy thoughts and a pinch of pixie dust, the Marshfield Community Theater (MCT) will take audiences off to Neverland in the upcoming performance of "Disney's Peter Pan Jr.", featuring performances from kids ages 5 to 18 from all over the area. more
During the summer this year, Missouri State University awarded 574 degrees to students from all over. These graduates will participate in the fall commencement ceremony on Dec. 16 at Great Southern Bank Arena at 685 S John Q Hammons Pkwy, Springfield, MO 65807. more
Please call one day in advance for pickup/delivery for the lunch of the day. (417) 620-2034. Annie Barker, our cook, will be serving from 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Suggested contribution for Seniors 60 years and older is $5. Younger Adults $7. more
September is National Senior Center Month. Why not plan to stop in and visit – the coffee is always hot and fresh, and the people are friendly. We have the best lunch at the best price in town – and you don’t have to tip the waitress! more
The fourth networking event from the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce is set for 7:45-9:00 a.m. Friday, Sept. 19 at the Marshfield Senior Center, located at 427 W Washington Street, Marshfield. Lisa’s Homemade Eats and Treats will be catering the breakfast pastries and beverages. more
On Sept. 11, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the updated COVID-19 vaccines. These vaccines, are "formulated to more closely target currently circulating variants (Including Omicron variant XBB.1.5.) and to provide better protection against serious consequences of COVID-19, including hospitalization and death," according to the FDA statement found on their website. Everyone six months and older is recommended to get the updated vaccine. more
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The City of Marshfield hosted its third annual “Marshfield Remembers” memorial at Patriot Park (1490 N. Elm St.) Monday in remembrance of the tragic events of 9-11-01. To recognize the 22nd anniversary of that day, a memorial display of 2,977 U.S. Flags was open to the public in remembrances of the lives lost during the terrorist attacks. In addition, two towers of light beamed through the night sky for exactly 102 minutes, concluded with the playing of TAPS CST by Marshfield 8th grade trumpeter, Mitch Jones.  more
On Sept. 11, Mansfield resident Bo Tyler Matney entered the court with Judge Replogle presiding. He waived his right to a formal arraignment and pleaded guilty to stealing. more
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