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Last week the Webster County Library held its first-ever bookmark contest. After all the votes were tallied, the Library announced the winners on May 25. more
The 7th and 8th grade Marshfield Gifted Education students have returned from our amazing trip to Destination Imagination Global Finals in Kansas City, MO. more
Hubble Elementary celebrated its latest round of Kindergarten graduates with a parade ahead of summer vacation. The event was a collaborative effort between the kindergarten teachers and administrators at the school. All other Hubble staff, school board members, and superintendents attended to congratulate the students as well. more
Webster County native and Conway alumnus Ryder Berger is the newest member of the Marshfield Mail team, joining as a sports reporter. more
Parents and community members gathered at the Niangua High School library on Thursday, May 18 to hear Sheriff Roye Cole speak on the chain of communication following an investigation into false claims of a weapon at school. Sheriff Cole addressed concerns from parents, teachers, and the school board alike, aiming to bring peace of mind to a community riddled with questions following the incident. more
Family, friends and community members gathered at the Niangua High School gymnasium on Friday, May 19 for a baccalaureate and commencement ceremony honoring the Class of 2023. more
Logan-Rogersville sent out a new group of freshly graduated Wildcats into the world Sunday, May 14. The commencement ceremony took place at Drury University’s O’Reilly Family Event Center, graduating 184 students. more
A fire Friday, May 19 at Copperfield Apartments in Marshfield (157 N Blair St) was contained to one unit thanks to a rapid response from the Marshfield Fire Protection District. more
On Sunday, May 21, Marshfield High School held its commencement ceremony at the O’Reilly Family Event Center in Springfield, honoring the 190 students graduating from the R-1 School District. more
Laclede County R-I celebrated the graduation of 68 students Saturday, May 20 at the Lebanon Civic Center. This group of seniors were awarded over $900,000 in scholarships for their future pursuits in education. more
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