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5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain Suicide is a major public health concern and a leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide is complicated and tragic, but it can be … more
After a two year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Webster County Historical Society were pleased to welcome students from Marshfield’s Hubble, Webster and Shook Elementary Schools to the Museum on … more
Shook’s fourth grade students celebrated the 31st annual “Pioneer Days” at Shook Elementary on Friday. On May 13, over 200 students dressed as pioneers or Native Americans and … more
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Today, after receiving the legislation from the General Assembly, Governor Mike Parson signed HB 2909 into law, approving the proposed boundaries for Missouri's … more
Webster County Health Unit campaigns for safe drug disposal By Alyssa Andrews alyssaa@marshfieldmail.com   As of 2020, the #1 leading cause of deaths for ages 18-44 in Missouri is … more
On Friday May 20, a couple hundred people gathered in the “new gym” at Niangua High School to watch the Niangua class of 2022 graduate. “Here we are, a whole whopping ten of … more
“You don’t have to be what society tells you to be…you are exactly who you need to be right now…” were just a few of the words shared by Grace Clark as she closed her … more
Golf tournaments are a great way for organizations to raise funds and that is no exception for the Conway Schools Foundation. On Friday, June 10 the organization will be holding its 10th annual golf … more
It takes a lot of people performing different jobs day in and day out for a city to work seamlessly. Most of the time city employees do their jobs without much acknowledgment or spotlight because as … more
In 2008, Gayle Savage had a vision of meeting a need for the residents and seniors in Seymour. “We provide food for the southern half of Webster County; Rogersville, Fordland, Seymour.” … more
A Marshfield man has been charged with promoting child pornography in the first degree, a Class B felony punishable by up to 15 years in jail. The discovery was made during an extensive background … more
Officer Roy Cole swears in the two newest recruits to the Webster County Sheriff's office on Thursday, May 12. Officers Trent Genetti (left) and Blaise Dudding (right) have both previously served in … more
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