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Thursday, May 18, at the High Street Baptist Church, Strafford High School honored its 79 graduating seniors with a commencement ceremony. more
Fordland High School held its commencement ceremony Friday, May 19, honoring its 38 graduates and filling the FHS gymnasium with excited family and friends. more
Hubble Elementary is preparing for an enormous shift in staffing as long-time educators Tracy Gray, Amber Hill, and Athena Neptune bid the district farewell. With 83 years of combined experience at the school, the district will sorely miss the teachers that helped to keep Hubble on the cutting edge of education, and impacted thousands of young Marshfield students.  more
As another school year closes, many look to start the next chapter of their lives. Among them is Marshfield High School Speech and Theater Teacher, Speech and Debate Coach, and Theater Director Greg Holtschneider, also known simply as "H". more
Brandy L. Smith, a Lebanon citizen, faces two counts of Stealing - $750 Or More, a Class D felony, following an investigation from the Marshfield Police Department. more
The Missouri State Beekeepers Association (MSBA) is seeking to promote awareness and support for the declining bee population in the state of Missouri by introducing a "Bee Friendly" license plate. The organization hopes to get approval from the Missouri Legislature to begin production and distribution of the license plates to residents throughout the state. According to the MSBA, bees play a crucial role in pollination, a process necessary for the growth of many of the foods we eat. However, the bee population has been declining in recent years due to factors such as pesticide use and habitat loss. The “Bee Friendly” Missouri license plate is designed to raise awareness of the importance of bees and encourage the planting of pollinator-friendly gardens. In order to get the “Bee Friendly” Missouri license plate approved by the Missouri Legislature, the MSBA is calling on interested individuals to sign up for the license plate. The organization needs at least 200 people to show interest in purchasing the license plate to move forward with production. more
NHTSA Reminds Drivers and Riders That May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month Motorcyclist Safety Is Everyone’s Safety more
Marshfield High School graduate and Mail alum Chad Day, son of Noel Day and Rhonda Day, was announced as a recipient of a 2023 Pulitzer Prize Monday, May 8. The Staff of the Wall Street Journal was named the winner of the Prize in Investigative Reporting for sharp accountability reporting on financial conflicts of interest among officials at 50 federal agencies, revealing those who bought and sold stocks they regulated and other ethical violations by individuals charged with safeguarding the public’s interest. more
As warmer air moves in and the days get longer, summer is on the horizon. With that, the Webster County Fair is gearing up for its 86th season. This year, the carnival is back! more
Andrew J. Reese, a resident of Hartville, has been charged with a Class B felony of Abuse Or Neglect Of A Child - Serious Emotional Or Physical Injury following an investigation by the Webster County Sheriff's Office. more
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