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With communication moving more and more to the web these days, it’s not too often folks on the various floors of the Webster County Courthouse get to pop in and out of one another’s offices. In an effort to recognize the county employees who are United States Veterans, Principal Circuit Clerk Cynthia Smith birthed an idea to get every office involved.  more
Marshfield native and current Mail reporter John "J.T." Jones has accepted the position of Associate Editor for the Marshfield Mail. more
Rob Wolff is entering retirement after 29 years as an educator for both Marshfield and Conway schools. more
The Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival is back and under new management. This year’s Bluegrass Festival will boast an impressive lineup of musical acts, along with food from several local vendors and other activities.  more
Marshfield resident John Hyde has been charged with five felonies, two felonies of first-degree statutory sodomy, and three class D felonies of sexual misconduct involving a child under 15 following an investigation by the Marshfield Police Department. more
Tyler Tennis appeared in court before Judge Michael Hendrickson on June 15, where he pleaded not guilty. more
Spectators and spitters alike gathered at the Turners Station Saturday to see who could spit the distance. The annual watermelon seed spittin’ contest has been a staple in Webster County for 15 years, and drew participants from Webster and Greene Counties this weekend while offering a change to win a medal, watermelon prizes and bragging rights. more
As summer creeps through Webster County and the days get longer, a long-time celebration is on the horizon. The Webster County Fair is gearing up for its 87th season with events and family fun for all ages. more
Please call one day in Advance to Reserve your meal for the next day. (417) 620-2034. more
As we get closer and closer to the Fourth of July, many Marshfield citizens have started their celebrations early. This might lead some to ask, “Are they allowed to do that?” To answer this question, we look at the city ordinances. more
The city of Fordland will hold its Independence Day celebration on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. Festivities will include a parade, live music, vendors, games, and a firework show to end the night.  more
Two companies, Upside Meat and Upside Foods, were recently approved by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration to produce and sell cell-cultivated chicken in the United States. Cell-cultivated meat uses real animal cells grown in labs to produce safe and sanitary meat without raising or slaughtering any animals.  more
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