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Country-cured ham is an old tradition that preserves the meat by salting it and letting it age in a controlled environment. Over the years, this tradition has waned as refrigeration has become the modern way to preserve meat. The taste of country-cured ham is one of a kind.   more
As Friends of Hidden Waters gets closer to completing the Welcome Center, also known as the new Chamber of Commerce office located at 720 W Hubble Dr, people visiting will see a natural addition to the place thanks to a local surprise. more
Each year in July, this action-filled three days provides high school students opportunities to learn first-hand what it is like to be involved in politics, the cooperative form of business and being a leader. The program included nationally known speakers and time at the Missouri State Capitol learning how a bill goes through the process to become a law. more
Whitney Kay Lelei, a citizen from Buffalo, is facing charges following a crash that occurred in Webster County earlier this month. more
Cattle farmers and livestock owners must be aware that something could lurk in the grass. An invasive species called the Longhorned tick has been going through the U.S. and recently in Missouri. This tick has already cost millions of dollars to livestock producers worldwide. more
Homesteaders, farmers, or those eager to learn the art of self-reliance, mark your calendars. The 2023 Ozarks Homestead Expo will take place at the Webster County Fairgrounds, located at 614 North Marshall Street, Marshfield on Aug. 25 and 26. more
Please call one day in advance for pick up/delivery of the lunch for the day. (417)620-2034. Annie, our Cook, will be serving lunch from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. more
In an effort to reach a greater number of its residents, the Webster County Health Unit is announcing an expansion of its mobile public health outreach program. Scott Allen, Administrator for the Health Unit says “By adding these additional visits across the county, we hope to address the needs of our county’s most vulnerable residents”. Allen went on to explain “This change will have us visiting many of the homes of our seniors, some of who can’t travel for routine healthcare services”. more
On the evening of July 27, the Marshfield Board of Aldermen gathered, ready to take on their agenda. more
Join us on Wednesday, Aug. 2, for “Lunch Time Trivia.” We did this once before, and it was a hit. So come in and test your knowledge with us! more
The Dickerson Park Zoo is celebrating its 100th birthday this year — and Community Blood Center of the Ozarks donors are invited to join the party. CBCO, the sole supplier of blood, platelets, and plasma to patients at 44 area healthcare facilities, is partnering with the Dickerson Park Zoo to help boost the region’s blood supply for local patients. more
The Webster County University of Missouri Extension is offering a salsa making class. more
The Webster County Senior Services Board has recently begun providing medical alert systems for seniors aged 60 and over everywhere in Webster County. The best part: they’re 100% free from the installation to the maintenance.  more
The Rogersville Chamber of Commerce is expanding its services to better serve the community. The Chamber announced Wednesday that it will be managing the brand new Rogersville License Office starting in October. more
The Marshfield Chamber of Commerce is seeking candidates and nominations for its Year End Awards and Board of Directors. more
New fencing around the playground area at Niangua Schools has been installed ahead of the school year, a project that could not have been completed this year without help from the community and support from school administrators. more
July 18, 2023 – Sparta, MO – The gripping new WWII drama, REVEILLE, is set to captivate audiences on Friday, August 4th when it releases On Demand via Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Charter/Spectrum, and others. Written and directed by Michael Akkerman, the film was shot entirely in the scenic countryside of Sparta, Missouri, which served as the perfect landscape for the caves and battlefields used in the striking cinematography by Cooper Shine. REVEILLE is produced by Myra Miller PhD of Footsteps Researchers (St. Louis), Bernd Wittneben and Jorg Rochlizter of Film Farm more
Ever since humans began tending to small patches of cultivated ground near their homes, the terms “rain” and “garden” have gone together. more
Strafford resident Keith Bridges appeared in court on May 18, where he pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. 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. -12:30 p.m. more
Thank you, Wayne & Friends, for entertaining us today, Wednesday, July 26. more
The Evelyn Hampton Garden Club met for their monthly meeting on Friday, July 21st at 1 pm at Webco Manor Nursing Home. This was the second month that the club had met in the sunroom to allow the club's namesake, Evelyn Hampton, to attend. Those present included: Blanche Firestone, Carolyn Moye, Wanda Swenson, Dianna Witte, Judy DeLeon, McKinley Gray, Laurie Ford, Nicholas Inman, Jan Gallagher, Kathleen Shanks (guest of Blanche Firestone) and Evelyn Hampton. Absent were club members: Joyce Lawson, Reagan Inman, Wanda Zavala, Joyce Inman, Martha Myers and Virginia Winfrey. more
The Strafford community kicked off a fantastic showing of patriotism at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 4 with a parade downtown. more
The Conway Memorial Library has reopened. After closing due to a deteriorating floor and raising over $50,000 from the community to repair it, this Library will continue to provide quality books and activities to the people of Conway for many years to come.  more
After the revival of the Marshfield Saddle Club last year, the group continues to grow while regularly hosting events. The Fun Show Saturday, July 8 saw a great crowd despite the event taking place over a busy weekend following the Independece Day holiday. more
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