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A groundbreaking was held on Thursday, Jan. 4 at the future location of a housing complex for adults in the Webster County community with disabilities. Jordan’s Place is a housing project that non-profit WC CapeAbilities, along with the Webster County SB 40 board, has worked tirelessly to bring to Webster County. WC CapeAbilities was formed to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Webster County. The SB 40 board was created by Senate Bill 40. Each person in Webster County pays a small tax that goes specifically toward individuals with developmental disabilities due to this bill. Two weeks ago, the SB 40 board sold and transferred a piece of property they owned on West Washington Street, which put the plan for a housing complex in motion.  more
Justin Michael McCormack, of Marshfield, was arrested Christmas Eve for 1st Degree Attempted Burglary.  more
Charges are pending against Jaie Tyson, of Marshfield, after a motor vehicle accident at Maple Street, near Crittenden Dec. 17.  more
In late October 2023, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services began investigating the cause of lead poisoning in four children who had high amounts of lead in their blood systems. The departments' investigations found that WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches contained high amounts of lead. more
Sparks were flying on Dec. 28 as the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed RS Welding and Fabrication. Located at 495 Jump Rd, Marshfield, this new family-owned business is run by Robert Silkey and his sons Rhett and Reece. more
Dale P. Lang, of Elkland, appeared in court on Dec. 21 before Judge Hendrickson for sentencing after a jury found him guilty Aug. 22 of two felony counts of first-degree statutory sodomy following a two-day trial and deliberation. more
We have often heard the expression that you can not put a price tag on happiness. Such was the case for one resident of Webco Manor, who got one more opportunity to do something he loved… truck driving. more
The Quill and Ink Writers have met at the local library since they were founded by Nicholas Inman in 2009. more
It is a new year, and the Marshfield High School Speech and Debate Team members have been seeing success. Since starting competitions in October, the students have been bringing home trophies, some being 1st place. more
For the last three years, local Rotarians have joined forces and pulled from their own personal funds to provide Christmas gifts to strangers in our community. Just after Thanksgiving, a group from the Marshfield Rotary Club got together and had a white elephant sale, where they raised right at $2,400 towards their goal to make Christmas a bit brighter for a few local families.  more
The gears are turning for the Strafford Robotics team. more
While the firearms portion of turkey and deer season has ended for the year and alternative methods continuing until Jan. 2 and archery continuing through Jan. 15, Missouri hunters will have to wait until April before they can start drawing their bows and loading their rifles. During a meeting on Dec. 8, the Missouri Conservation Commission approved the hunting dates for 2024-2025. more
John William “John Bill” Greer, Marshfield, MO, son of Joseph R. and Verna M. (Young) Greer was born on October 22, 1928, in Webster County, MO, and departed this life on December 18, … more
The following information was reported by the Webster County Health Unit for the month of December. more
Missouri Farm Bureau members returned to their annual meeting December 2-5 at the Lake of the Ozarks. The 109 th meeting theme, Guided by Tradition, focused on the organization’s strong traditions in leadership and policy development as it paves a path for the future of agriculture. Farm Bureau leaders’ main responsibility at the meeting is to discuss and approve Farm Bureau legislative policies for 2024. more
Philip Cotrone will appear in court for a hearing on Jan. 2 with Judge O’Brien Hendrickson presiding over the case. The Mansfield resident has been charged with a Class D felony of Second Degree Burglary, Class E felony of First Degree Stalking, Class E felony of First Degree Harassment, and Class B Misdemeanor of Making a False Report. The charges come after an investigation that occurred earlier this year. more
The third annual Adopt-An-Angel program has finished with success and many senior citizens getting their Christmas wishes granted. more
In the next couple of weeks, readers could be going over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house or someone close to spend the holidays in fellowship and good cheer. Regardless of the destination or the occasion, the Missouri Highway Patrol and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) remind drivers to be safe and practice good driving habits, including buckling up and avoiding drinking and driving. more
The holidays are about to take off, and with that is the importance of being in top shape, especially if you are a magical reindeer running around the world in one night, delivering presents to all the good children. more
The Elkland Independent Methodist Church again baked and collected cookies for the troops at Fort Leonard Wood. Carol Larimore started the project in honor of her brothers and father, who were in the service. She explained to the church that she remembered when they would receive special items in the mail and how that would lift their spirits and make them remember everyone at home. With the project now in its second year, Congregation members brought their cookies to the church last week, and they were bagged, sorted, and then placed in boxes for delivery. A total of 64 boxes were filled with an estimated 2,000 cookies baked. The cookies were then delivered to Sarah Stewart in Lebanon and taken to the USO at Fort Leonard Wood. Church members assisting in the project were Larimore, Margo Delgado, Sunny Fuller, Dianna Witte, Butch Alcorn, Chuck Witte, Pastor Nicholas Inman, Sarah Inman, Reagan Inman, and Emmett Thiele. Numerous additional church members aided in baking the cookies, and Larimore announced to the congregation that they would plan to do it again next year. more
Last Wednesday, Dec. 13, the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed The Marshfield Art Group with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. more
Next year, the highway is going to get a lot safer. Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announced in a press release that 25 state troopers will graduate from the Patrol’s Law Enforcement Academy on Friday, Dec. 22, 2023. Among the graduates is Seymour native Trooper Chad K. Johnson. more
Marshfield, MO – The Webster County Health Unit announces a contract continuance to provide WIC services for federal fiscal year 2024 has been signed with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. more
For what is presumed to be the first time in Missouri, a father/son pair has harvested a pair of black bears in the same season. Doug and Gage Fannen were drawn in this year’s lottery by the Department of Conservation to participate in the third annual bear season in Missouri. Both of them filled their tags on the Fannen family's 300-acre farm located just inside Douglas County. more
Last Wednesday, Dec. 6, started as a regular administrative day for Dr. Thomas Davis III until he took a lunch break and found several people waiting for him in the lobby of the Marshfield VA clinic. Webster County Northern Commissioner Dale Fraker and Greene County Commissioner Bob Dixon were among them. more
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