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On Oct. 18, The Marshfield Board of Aldermen gathered, taking on the evening's agenda. more
On Oct. 10, 80 high school tenors and basses gathered at Southwest Baptist University for a day of extraordinary music-making. more
Tyler Tennis, of Rogersville, will face a jury of his peers for a three-day trial starting on Sept. 11, 2024, with Judge Replogle presiding, according to Casenet. more
The Webster County Historical Society is set to provide a treat to those seeking a lesson in local history this Halloween season. Buried Treasures will take place Saturday, Oct. 28 at the Marshfield Cemetery. more
On Thursday, Oct. 19, the nonprofit organization Safe Harbor officially opened its thrift store to the public with a beautiful outcome. more
A warrant is out for the arrest of Lane Barger, a resident of Marshfield, for failing to obey the judge’s order to appear in court. Law enforcement is looking for him and encourages citizens to call authorities if they see him. more
Webster County Cow Bingo is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Rogersville City Park (270 County Line Road). The bingo event will be from 2-6 p.m. It will also include a kids costume contest, chili pie supper, silent dessert auction, guest speakers, prizes, candy, and more. The fundraiser will support the Mitzi Hosmer Scholarship Fund, and all proceeds from the event will go towards the scholarship. more
The square in Seymour was busy last week as country music artist Zach Bryan’s film crew set up to get some shots of southern Webster County for an upcoming music video. more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce held its Year End Celebration Sunday, Oct. 15 at The Jackson Grille. The event offered an hour of networking before dinner, entertainment by Mike Bliss and an award presentation. more
The Marshfield Fire Protection District has announced its annual Open House on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at Fire Station 1 on 521 S. Prairie Lane starting at 6:30 p.m. more
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) warns those heading to or from the Niangua and Conway areas that they will notice a change in traffic patterns as they shift lanes on I-44. more
The Niangua Fall Festival took place Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Niangua Community Building located at 172 State Highway F. The resurgence of the fall festival in Niangua was spurred by conversation amongst members of the community last year. A group of citizens got together and decided to host a festival to foster a sense of community. more
With spooky season amongst us, it is time to break out the costumes and candy. One of the hardest parts of Halloween trick-or-treating is figuring out where to go. Luckily, there are plenty of upcoming Trunk or Treat and Fall parties coming up in Webster County. more
Safe Harbor will celebrate the grand opening of its Thrift Store on Thursday, Oct. 19. The grand opening is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with door prizes including tickets to the Bellamy Brothers or Oak Ridge Boys. more
The Webster Lodge #98 is hosting a chili, soup and gumbo lunch with desserts and drinks on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more
In order to induce change, you have to implement change. more
The Webster County Clerk’s office is hosting its second annual photo contest to engage the community and encourage them to share images that reflect the culture of Webster County.   … more
On Monday, Oct. 9, the Marshfield R-1 School District hosted a networking event in the high school gym, encouraging a connection between the school and local businesses. 28 local businesses and people of interest attended the event and had conversations with teachers to promote community partnerships within the district. more
Football fans can be "Champions for Life" and score some Chiefs apparel. The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, the sole supplier of blood, platelets, and plasma to patients at 44 area healthcare facilities, is asking everyone to help make a touchdown for local patients in their community by donating blood at the upcoming blood drive in Marshfield on Thursday, Oct. 19. more
Dale P. Lang, of Elkland, is scheduled to appear in court with Judge Hendrickson presiding on Dec. 21 for a sentencing hearing. This comes after a recent guilty verdict from jury trial. more
Autumn is blooming across the Show-Me State. The season brings pumpkin spice on everything, changing leaves, longer nights, and cooler weather. The last two things come with a warning. more
If you haven’t heard the soulful voice of Oliver Anthony in the last eight weeks, I truly do not know where you’ve been.  Many Missourians were able to listen to him live Saturday … more
Free state sponsored COVID-19, Influenza A/B and RSV testing is being offered through the Spring of 2024 at the Webster County Health Department, located at 233 E. Washington Street in Marshfield. more
The Rogersville Chamber of Commerce has officially opened its doors at 102 E. Front Street. The new location, located in the center of Rogersville, aims to provide a more accessible and efficient experience for those seeking license-related services. The Rogersville License Office will offer a wide range of services, including driver's license renewals, vehicle registration, and other essential licensing services. more
The Missouri Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) issued 48 marijuana microbusiness licenses this week to the top applicants drawn in the Aug. 28 lottery. To ensure the integrity of the random drawing, the Missouri Lottery conducted the drawing without reference to the identities of the applicants. more
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