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(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Today, Governor Mike Parson announced judicial appointments to the 3rd, 11th, 31st, and 39th Judicial Circuits. more
Groundbreaking at Choices Pregnancy Center more
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds deer hunters of regulation changes for the upcoming 2023-2024 deer-hunting season. The changes include a new firearms early antlerless portion, a new firearms CWD portion, changes to firearms antlerless permit numbers, and the addition of 14 new counties to the MDC CWD Management Zone. more
This time of year is full of back to school jitters. Emotions can land all over the place; anywhere from the solace of returning to a familiar routine, to the dread of going to an environment which offers little personal control, and so many nuances in between. These can all be traced back to having this one particular time of year as their source. Since everyone receives education in some form, it’s a topic relevant to us all. more
The Marshfield Bluejays continued showcasing their athletes for the fall season by having another night of Meet the Jays in the high school gym. Audiences only had to pay the entrance fee of a single pack of gum to meet the girls golf, boys swimming, and volleyball teams. more
Did you know we are a cooling center during heat waves? (Or any time you need a place to cool off!) more
One of the best parts of living in a small town is seeing ‘old school’ history honored and preserved. The Marshfield Community Center, which was built in 1916 and previously served as the town’s original school building, has undergone a lot of changes over the past year. more
Please call one day in advance for the pickup/delivery of the lunch for the day. (417) 620-2034. more
Get ready to immerse yourself in an evening of theatrical magic as Marshfield Community Theatre (MCT) proudly presents its One-Act Festival. This fun event is more
On Aug. 10, The Fordland Clinic held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in partnership with the Rogersville Chamber of Commerce to celebrate its new dental wing. more
As the new school year approaches, many districts in Webster County will welcome students and staff back to their buildings. more
Kansas City, MO — As temperatures rise, so does the risk of vehicular, heat-related illnesses and deaths for children. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Region 7, which includes Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska, is working together to promote the national Look Before You Lock effort to ensure that children are not left in the car by parents and caregivers, and that children cannot gain unsupervised access to motor vehicles. As of today, 16 children have already died due to vehicular heatstroke this year, according to NoHeatstroke.org. more
The next event from the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce is set for Tuesday, Aug. 15 at Las Cazuelas Mexican restaurant, located at 104 Wilson Way, Marshfield. more
Great-grandparents don’t necessarily expect to raise their grandkids but that is what happened to some recent OACAC clients. Their retirement home is a large travel trailer, really meant just for grandma and grandpa. Circumstances developed that meant they needed to include their two great grandkids, ages seven and nine, to the travel trailer and make it home for four and forget retirement. more
Wild West Day will take place Saturday, Aug. 26 at the Fordland Park from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. This family friendly, free admission event is sponsored by the Fordland Community Betterment Association. more
Stock up your quivers and draw your strings; August 26 will be the 17th Annual Outdoor Sportsman Event, also known as The Bow Shoot, hosted by The Webster County Baptist Association. The event offers a variety of entertainment for both adults and children. Last year around 850 people participated in the Bow shoot, and at least 500 attended the event's church service. more
On Aug. 3, the Webster Electric Co-Op held its third quarter Round-Up grant distribution meeting. Webster Electric gave $3,300 to OACAC-Webster County Neighborhood Center, which will use the funds for back-to-school vouchers and Darkness to Light training. more
Volunteering is an excellent opportunity to help out in the community. Regardless of who you are, everyone can help in one way or another. Over a few weeks in June into July, the Marshfield Action Sports Syndicate (MASS) held a volunteering event to repaint teeter-totters at Hartley Park, located at 325 N Clay St, Marshfield. more
Join us at Wendy's on Saturday, Aug. 12, for a Wendy's Fundraiser. Go to our Facebook page; /MarshfieldSeniorCenterSeniorAgeMO, and show them our flyer's electronic version; we will receive 30% of eligible sales. Or stop by the Senior Center for a copy of the paper flyer to show: sales do not qualify for the 30% unless you show the flyer. Thank you, Wendy's of Marshfield! more
R.I.P. Our Friend Mr. Wayne Cooper, Passed away last Wednesday. All of us will miss him at the center. more
With it still being hot for this time of year, it is still essential to be safe if you plan to spend time outside. more
Seymour resident Julia M. Young appeared in court before Judge Justin Evans on July 18 and pleaded not guilty to her charges. more
Heidi Johnson, a Pottersville resident, has been charged with a Class B felony of first-degree burglary and a Class D felony of Possession of a controlled substance after an incident at Walmart. more
See You at the Library is happening this Saturday at the Webster County Library on 219 West Jackson St, in Marshfield. This free event is part of BRAVE Books, whose mission is to help parents … more
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