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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
With the end of the school year nearing, MHS seniors are wrapping up their year-long senior projects in anticipation of their April showcase. The goal of each project is to improve the community, the school, or themselves. more
The Marshfield Speech and Debate team competed at Springfield Catholic this past weekend in the NSDA district tournament. The top three finishers move on to compete in the National Championship, which takes place in Pheonix, Az in June. more
If you’ve ever suddenly felt a boost in mood after hearing a good song, then you’ve experienced the magic of music. If you’ve ever decompressed after a long day, by jamming out in the car to a feel-good tune, or been brought to tears by a melancholy melody, perhaps paired with somber lyrics, then you know that each individual piece of music can bring its own set of feelings to the surface. Just the thought of some country oldies like “Daddy’s Hands,” “Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind,” “Love Without End, Amen,” or “That’s My Job”- they can certainly put someone in a very different state of mind. Music, in itself, can breathe life into various parts of oneself, that you may either wish could come out to visit more often, or alternatively, remain under wraps. more
Niangua R-5 Board of Education has announced Dr. David K. Baker as the new Superintendent of Schools for the 2023-2024 school year. Dr. Baker currently serves as the High School Principal for Pleasant Hope School District and has spent his sixteen years in education serving as a principal, social studies teacher, dean of students and has been a head coach of various varsity sports.  more
The parents of Niangua can breathe a sigh of relief knowing their children will be safer at school. On Feb. 9, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, in partnership with the Coover Charitable Foundation, presented Niangua TLC with a grant totaling $25,000 for fencing around the playground of Niangua schools. more
It's incredible what places your passion can take you. Take, for example, author Robert Paul. As a child, he loved reading. more
Students at Marshfield High School added to their confidence entering the work force last week with the annual mock interviews and career fair in the high school gymnasium. 70 businesses set up booths to give students a deeper understanding of who they are and what they do, as well as conducting mock interviews for the students. more
March 2 was the monthly meeting of the Tomodachi club at the Marshfield branch of Webster County Library. Every month kids and teens meet to discuss and draw their love of Japanese culture, whether it's manga, art, or even food. However, the Youth Services Librarian, Leah Shelby, wanted to do something different for this meeting. So, She encouraged the members to bring artwork to display for a fun art gallery. "It's fun but scary," said Alyssa, one of the members of Tomodachi, as she saw her art on display for others to see. Many others enjoyed seeing what other members drew and held discussions about the various art pieces. more
On April 4th, the voters of Marshfield will be asked to vote on the proposed sales tax increase restricted for public safety. The tax equals $0.50 on every $100 spent in city limits. more
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