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To travel or not to travel. That is the question for couples like my husband and I. We love to travel, however, COVID-19 put a damper on that like many things.  Turquoise waters, white sand … more
Good things come to those who wait. However, Marshfield native, Tara Hunget was not convinced while bundled up at 6 a.m. on opening day, Nov.13.  Between the chatter of her teeth and the wind … more
The path to success does not always begin in college lecture halls or graduate schools, some begin in high school classrooms. Craig Hurst, language art instructor at Marshfield High School, is … more
Every small purchase makes a big difference, and the Community Development for the City of Seymour is working hard to make sure local businesses feel that difference.  The holiday season is … more
A $50,000 Clean Water Engineering Report Grant has been awarded to the City of Marshfield by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The funds are offered to qualified small … more
As the Thanksgiving season approaches, many families and children are expressing gratitude by giving back to children in need around the world. For those who are including … more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce is trying its hand at something different this year for Christmas. For the first time, chamber partners will attempt its parade at night, followed by an … more
The Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce is searching for its next Executive Director to lead the chamber’s efforts. This comes as current Executive Director Lori Pace announced her resignation … more
The Webster County Health Unit has a question for everyone looking to fill their Thanksgiving morning. Why trot with the turkeys, when you can come to Marshfield and Gobble Wobble? The … more
Mrs. Earls second grade class in Niangua recently put on a classroom production of The Wizard of Oz.  “For weeks, I’m talking like 6 minimum, his class has been learning about how … more
Ahead of Thanksgiving, the Webster County Health Unit is monitoring active cases in its communities as COVID continues its pandemic. With 111 deaths since the beginning, the health unit urges those … more
Larry Dinwiddie pleaded guilty Monday, Nov. 15 in the death of his wife, whose body was found inside a freezer two years ago the week of Thanksgiving.  Dinwiddie faces up to 25 years … more
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