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Marshfield’s own Justin David (Bertoldie) has released the first single off his new Back Pew Session project, a song titled “Why I Pray.”  more
Arthur Medley will appear in court for a pre-trial conference on May 15, followed by a three-day jury trial that will start on July 10 with Judge Chuck Replogle presiding, according to CaseNet. more
All of the schools in our reading area were cancelled due to inclement weather Tuesday. The forecast calls for more freezing precipitation in the upcoming week. The National Weather Service wants to remind everyone to be safe and remember these helpful tips when the cold weather arrives. more
As the new year starts, so does the second half of the school year. It will be the final semester for high school seniors before they venture out into the real world; some will join the workforce, and others will go on to college. more
A small crowd gathered in a field just outside of the Mercy Clinic off Spur Drive and Highway OO on Thursday, Jan. 4, for the official groundbreaking ceremony of Jordan's Place. The brisk afternoon did not affect the positivity of the ceremony, which was kicked off with an opening speech by Danielle Boggs, Webster County Public Administrator and Board Secretary for both WC CapeAbilities and WC Partners. more
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
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