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Whether or not a groundhog can predict weather is questionable, but this animal has other characteristics that make it an interesting member of Missouri’s wildlife world. more
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services will no longer support free COVID-19/FLU/RSV testing events after March 31st, 2024. more
When you hear the term dog rescue what does that conjure up? Once upon a time the term dog rescue would make you think of a last resort for broken or discarded dogs. The rescue landscape has transformed drastically over the years. Today, we can safely say that defining rescue dogs as inferior has been debunked, paving the way for a more accurate understanding of some of the really great dogs available filling our rescues either in shelters or foster based programs. more
Fordland Clinic proudly announces that it recently met the high level of standards required to receive Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) model recognition following an evaluation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). more
Species: Muskrat more
A Marshfield Police Officer responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at a local business on Dec. 9. According to authorities, the victim reported that they had been shopping inside the business for a short time and returned to the parking lot to find their truck and personal property stolen. more
Marshfield Community Theatre (MCT) proudly announces the winners of its 20th Season Award Show, a celebration of the 2023 season of outstanding theatrical productions. The event, held on Jan. 21, 2024, showcased the remarkable achievements of the casts, crews, and production teams that contributed to the success of MCT throughout its 20th season in 2023. more
Every year, the Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce gives awards to the best business in the area. This year, the Chamber decided to expand by offering two more awards alongside the Business of the Year; the Community Choice and Heart of Gold awards. The winners were announced on the Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook Page earlier this month. more
Species: American coot more
David Hall will be back in Webster County court for a hearing on Jan. 30, with Judge Justin Evans presiding over the case. more
Whitetails Unlimited hosted a banquet and raffle event Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Ozarks Empire Fairgrounds to benefit Protect the Harvest. The fundraising effort included a dinner, auction, prizes and a wide array of products such as firearms, outfitter packages, hunting, and outdoor-related equipment, artwork and collectibles.  more
Cody Keener is scheduled to appear back in Webster County Court on Feb. 14 for an arraignment with Judge Justin Evans presiding, according to CaseNet. more
Species: Beaver more
Dustin Hughes is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 6 for an arraignment with Judge Michael O’Brien Hendrickson presiding over the case, according to CaseNet. more
A new year has started and, like clockwork, the people of Webster County will receive a letter from the Assessor’s Office. It may not be everyone’s favorite piece of mail, but it is part of our civic duties as citizens of this place we call home. more
With the new year upon us, this might be the year to learn a new skill. A great place to learn skills is at the University of Missouri Extension. They hold classes and workshops year-round where readers can discover a wide range of skills, including how to feed cattle when food is scarce, can vegetables from gardens, or even paint a barn sign. more
Every year, the Missouri Farmers Care Foundation and Missouri 4-H collaborate to educate and raise public awareness of food insecurity in families. To bring that awareness, 4-H clubs all around the state participate in a competition called 4-H Feeding Missouri every spring. The competition includes food drives, collecting donations, and volunteering in local food pantries. Between community service and friendly competitions, this partnership helps combat hunger statewide. more
We have a new series starting this week to educate pet owners with help from a local nonprofit organization with the same goals. This week, let's get to know the organization more with an introduction from the organization's director, Cynthia Susanne. more
Species: Eastern cottontail rabbit more
Mark your calendar for Thursday, Oct. 5, when Missouri State Parks will celebrate Bennett Spring State Park’s 100th anniversary. A variety of activities have already been scheduled. Following is the tentative agenda and subject to change. The celebration begins at 10 a.m. more
Marshfield’s own Justin David (Bertoldie) has released the first single off his new Back Pew Session project, a song titled “Why I Pray.”  more
Arthur Medley will appear in court for a pre-trial conference on May 15, followed by a three-day jury trial that will start on July 10 with Judge Chuck Replogle presiding, according to CaseNet. more
All of the schools in our reading area were cancelled due to inclement weather Tuesday. The forecast calls for more freezing precipitation in the upcoming week. The National Weather Service wants to remind everyone to be safe and remember these helpful tips when the cold weather arrives. more
As the new year starts, so does the second half of the school year. It will be the final semester for high school seniors before they venture out into the real world; some will join the workforce, and others will go on to college. more
A small crowd gathered in a field just outside of the Mercy Clinic off Spur Drive and Highway OO on Thursday, Jan. 4, for the official groundbreaking ceremony of Jordan's Place. The brisk afternoon did not affect the positivity of the ceremony, which was kicked off with an opening speech by Danielle Boggs, Webster County Public Administrator and Board Secretary for both WC CapeAbilities and WC Partners. more
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