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Missouri turkey hunters can apply online during February for 2024 spring turkey managed hunts through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website at mdc.mo.gov/hunting-trapping/species/turkey/turkey-spring-managed-hunts. more
The Missouri Ozarks are chock full of both caves and legends about them. Gaudily colored advertising of outlaws and wayward conquistadors, cry forth from tourist brochures, billboards and painted barn tops, often alluding to buried hordes of plunder. Caves with more credible tales get more dignified advertising and historic markers. These “cave tales” whether true or not have one big difference with Marshfield’s subterranean wonderland; those caves actually exist. It is easy to build a cave legend around some wild tale. In Marshfield we seem to have legends “of” a cave, rather than those “about” one. Where did they come from? Three answers, wagons, newspapers and land speculation. more
Species: Southern flying squirrel more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Join us as Governor Mike Parson, Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe, Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn, Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven and Missouri FFA leadership will proclaim Feb. 17-24, 2024, as National FFA Week in Missouri. more
A life was saved in Rogersville recently, thanks to a free dose of Narcan, alert convenience store employees and preparedness training from the Webster County Health Unit. more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce continues a packed calendar of events with a Chamber Power Hour networking event scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 21. The lunch will take place at Las Cazuelas, located at 104 Wilson Way in Marshfield. more
Have you ever heard the legend of the cave? For generations, tales have persisted that beneath Marshfield lay a grotto of extraordinary breadth and depth, connecting many of the buildings around the square. The stories range from outlandish to downright plausible, with no one able to put an “X” on a spot of known entry. Rumors of alleged openings, some still supposedly in use, follow every building with a lower level. The only thing found thus far that even closely denotes an entrance is/was an old cistern in the back of the Ritz, which served in the theater days as part of an arcane cooling system. It is unknown whether it survived the remodel, but pictures of it can be seen at the museum. Scouring the rock outcroppings in the park and springs around the city yields nothing, but every old-timer you ask, can relate, with a twinkle in his eye, about somebody long dead, “who coulda told ya.” more
Two Webster County children are sporting new, significantly shorter hairstyles. Adalynn and Nadia Rowe, sisters in Marshfield, made the decision to cut off their hair to donate to a charity that makes wigs for patients with medical hair loss. more
Species: Eastern Bluebird more
BOLIVAR, MO – Missouri’s signature family festival combining fun activities with a celebration of the  state’s beef industry – Missouri Beef Days – returns to Bolivar May 4-11, 2024. This year’s event will  host a full slate of events including a concert by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils.  more
The Ozarks have always been known as a region for Ozark Mountain music; bluegrass. For decades, folks have flocked to Missouri for picking and grinning at some of the finest modern bluegrass venues. High upon that list of stages is the one at Starvy Creek in Conway, Mo. more
The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame has announced its 2024 Wynn Award recipients, which recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement of women’s sports. more
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