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Make your list and check it twice because Mr. and Mrs. Claus are coming to Marshfield! The pair will make their way around town with the help of the Marshfield Fire Protection District for Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus' 9th Annual Tour of Marshfield. more
With Deer season going on, one thing is for sure: there will be a sufficient amount of venison and other meals involving deer meat for a while. But what if you are craving a snack? Do you go for the deer jerky, or would you rather have a cut of summer sausage? more
Todd Maynard is scheduled back in court on Mar. 4, 2024, for a trial setting with Judge Replogle presiding. more
This week, we continue our Winter Weather Preparedness by reviewing how to be safe at home. I spoke again to Jordan Didio, Meteorologist for the National Weather Service Springfield, who gave some more tips to help stay safe during winter. more
As the holidays inch closer and closer, I find myself feeling conflicted. I always loved the last six weeks of the year. Thanksgiving and Christmas are times of love and celebration, regardless of who you are. Everyone just seems to be a little bit happier. more
Cranberries have long been considered the crown jewel of Thanksgiving dinners, says University of Missouri Extension horticulturist David Trinklein. more
A new initiative in Marshfield aims to enhance the leadership skills of local youth and business owners to improve the future of the city.  more
The holidays bring the season of giving and with the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, giving is made simple. When you spot the red bucket and a familiar smile behind the toll of a bell, you know where to throw your spare change as 85% of all funds collected stay right here in Webster County. more
Students at Strafford Elementary sailed the seas and learned some important lessons as Author Isaiah "Izzy B" Basye visited the school on Nov. 8. He and illustrator Ben Askew were there talking about their latest book, "The Mighty McKraken." This fun story introduces kids to concepts such as please and thank you, sharing, and treating others with respect. more
Seymour resident MaKoy Gehrke will appear in Dallas County Court for an appearance with Judge Hackett presiding on Dec. 11. more
Do you have free time on Thanksgiving morning and want to help a good cause? Consider participating in the 13th Annual Gobble Wobble hosted by the Webster County Health Unit on Nov. 23, asking that participants this year ‘Walk With Us To Help Them Walk Away.’ more
As the weather gets colder, it will not be long before frost settles in and snow starts falling. With that in mind, preparing for the upcoming weather is something that's never too early to start. One of the best ways is to see what is in store for the day. more
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