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Following an incident in the early morning of Jan. 29, Marshfield citizen Lane Barger faces two Class E Felonies of property damage and unlawful use of a weapon. He also faces an unclassified felony of armed criminal action and a Class B Felony of assault in the 1st degree. more
Fordland Resident Chad Gibson was charged with a Class D Felony for abuse or neglect of a child on Jan. 25. According to a probable cause statement from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, dispatch reported a domestic disturbance in Fordland on Jan. 24. When Authorities arrived, he spoke to the victim, who explained an incident between themselves and Gibson. Authorities noticed the victim had marks on their body that matched their story. When authorities  questioned Gibson about the incident, he denied anything occurred. more
On Jan. 31, 2023, 56 Missouri Silver Haired Legislature (SHL) delegates and coordinators participated in a regular meeting of the Board of Directors, received words of encouragement from various luminaries, and delivered advocacy messages to their respective Legislators. more
Paul Ray Walker, of Logan-Rogersville, is facing a Class D Felony for Endangering The Welfare Of A Child Creating Substantial Risk in the 1st Degree after an incident that occurred on Nov. 5, 2022. Walker is also charged with a Class D Felony for Tampering With a Witness In A Felony Prosecution in a related incident on Jan. 15, 2023. more
In an effort to uplift and support staff at Conway High School, Principal Tyler Vestal came up with a unique idea: The Conway “Bear Hug” traveling trophy. more
As the winter precipitation continues to sweep through the Ozarks, the slick roads can make for dangerous driving conditions. A slip off the road resulted in a driver stuck on the railroad tracks Monday, but several citizens in Niangua stepped up to help. Immediately after veering from the roadway onto the railroad tracks in town, seven men jumped out of their vehicles and came running from the gas station to start pushing. When that didn’t work, a chain and truck were utilized to help get her off the tracks, reminding us of the neighborly acts of kindness that are often displayed in Webster County communities. more
As the weather starts to warm up and people start cleaning up their years, the city of Marshfield has announced the dates of limb pick-up. more
The Marshfield Girls Swim Team went to Monnett last Friday, Jan. 27, where they competed against other schools in the Big 8 Championships. more
Marshfield Community Theatre is excited to announce that they will enter their 20th season of shows starting in January of 2023. more
In this week's edition of Q&A, we look to the Superintendent of Logan-Rogersville, Dr. Shawn Randles. Who announced after 31 years in education that he would be retiring this year. But, as he prepares to spend more time with his wife of 24 years, Alana, a teacher, and their two children, ages 23 and 17, we want to look at the man outside the desk. more
On Jan. 11, 2023, one student was surprised when presented with a new mechanical wheelchair. It was made possible by a local organization called TLC Student Funds, which paid the insurance deductible to purchase the wheelchair. more
Saturday, Jan. 28, was a big day for robot fans. It was the FIRST Tech Challenge League Tournament. 28 schools from all over Missouri and Kansas participated, with the top five moving on to the Missouri Kansas Championship on Mar. 4, 2023. Two of the team hoping for a spot was non-other than Strafford's varsity team, Arrow Flight, and Freshman team Broken Arrow. more
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