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The following information comes from a press release by the U.S. Department of Justice. more
The Marshfield FFA Chapter and Booster club held its annual Career Development Event (CDE) on Mar. 18. Over 1,800 students from over 80 schools throughout the state were registered to compete in this competition. Events included Ag Mechanics, Agronomy, Dairy and Livestock Judging, Dairy Foods, Soils Evaluation, Entomology, Nursery and Landscaping, Floriculture, Forestry, Meats Evaluation, Poultry, and a variety of leadership events such as Ag Sales, FFA Knowledge, and Public Speaking. more
Our next edition of the roundup grant takes us to the skies as we look at Honor Flight of the Ozarks, a hub or part of the Honor Flight Network. This non-profit organization is dedicated to sending veterans that served in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, or Gulf War to Washington, D.C., where they will spend the day visiting the various monuments dedicated to those who have served our country at no cost to them. more
In this week's edition of Q&A, we visit Niangua schools and learn more about Elementary Principal Lori Allen. more
The following athletes from Strafford High School have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college. more
The University of Missouri Extension is hosting a pasture weeds and livestock fly control workshop on Wednesday, March 29 at the Webster County Extension Center in Marshfield. Registration will begin at 2 p.m. with cobbler and ice cream presentations to follow. more
A mysterious problem that has affected countless lives all across the globe, Alzheimer’s is a condition which is worth looking into. Is it simply an unavoidable facet of elderly life, at least for some? Or, are there methods by which we can decrease our chances of getting it, and instead, further maintain and preserve the quality of life we so desire? Seeking answers, we reached out to Jacob Simburger, the Communications Director of the Alzheimer’s Association for the Greater Missouri area, which includes Webster County. more
Last week the Missouri Farm Bureau celebrated Thank a Farmer week, A statewide celebration of farmers' importance and contributions. With this in mind, The Webster County Farm Bureau donated to the local food pantries and visited the Webster County Commissioner's office to make an official proclamation in honoring local farmers. 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
Trinity Nichole Wright, a resident of Rogersville, has been charged with a Class D Felony of Assault in the 2nd degree following an incident that occurred in the early morning of March. 7. more
The Gifted Students of Marshfield Junior High school is a small but mighty team of three seventh and four eighth graders participating in a Destination Imagination competition. Each year students from all over the U.S. and the world compete to solve various S.T.E.A.M. challenges designed to teach the creative process. In addition, they are to present their solutions at tournaments. more
Rogersville resident Paul Ray Walker pled guilty on Feb. 27 to both Class D Felonies of Endangering The Welfare Of A Child Creating Substantial Risk in the 1st Degree and Tampering With A Witness In A Felony Prosecution. more
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