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Arthur Medley, of Seymour, is being held in the Webster County Jail without bond after his arrest Friday for first-degree assault and armed criminal action in the shooting on Cardwell Chapel Road in Seymour.  more
The following information comes from a press release by the U.S. Department of Justice. more
A 23-year-old man from Rogersville has been charged with first-degree involuntary manslaughter, unlawful use of a weapon while intoxicated and armed criminal action following the fatal shooting of a teenager Friday, March 3. more
A Niangua woman was rescued without harm in the early hours of Monday morning amidst a storm that carried severe winds through Webster County. The Niangua Volunteer Fire Department received a call at 3:00 a.m. reporting that there was a tree uprooted from the storm that landed on the roof of a senior citizen housing structure.  more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce hosted it’s first networking event of 2023 Thursday, Feb. 23 at the Marshfield Chevrolet showroom. Dozens gathered for the “Alive After Five” evening of conversation, dinner catered by Las Cazuelas, and the welcoming of The Growth Coach to the Chamber. more
Steve Ahrens, President/CEO of the Missouri Propane Gas Association, has been elected to the LP Gas Hall of Fame. The announcement came from LP Gas magazine which founded the Hall in 2012. more
Fordland Resident Chad Gibson was charged with a Class D Felony for abuse or neglect of a child on Jan. 25. According to a probable cause statement from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, dispatch reported a domestic disturbance in Fordland on Jan. 24. When Authorities arrived, he spoke to the victim, who explained an incident between themselves and Gibson. Authorities noticed the victim had marks on their body that matched their story. When authorities  questioned Gibson about the incident, he denied anything occurred. more
Following an incident in the early morning of Jan. 29, Marshfield citizen Lane Barger faces two Class E Felonies of property damage and unlawful use of a weapon. He also faces an unclassified felony of armed criminal action and a Class B Felony of assault in the 1st degree. more
“It’s my favorite time of the year” smiled Marshfield’s TJ Slocum, a 16 year fund raiser for the Ronald McDonald House Programs. “It’s all for a good cause.” more
Marshfield’s Shelby Atkison has returned to lead operations at the Marshfield Mail as the new Editor. more
Terry Rippee stood before a judge last Friday, Jan 13, and pleaded guilty to one count of Statutory Rape in the first degree. more
MoDOT has begun its I-44 Corridor Bridge Bundle. This project aims to improve 25 bridges across various Missouri counties, including Jasper, Greene, and Webster. more
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