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Who remembers the days, long forgotten now to everything going to virtual, when people would stand around at gas stations during deer season to share hunting stories? Douglas Frazier does. more
Week nine of the football season has ended. How did other teams of Webster County do against their opponents? more
Making quite the racquet this season was The Logan-Rogersville Girls’ Tennis Team as they lobbed and clawed to sectionals. The Lady Wildcats are the only tennis team representing Webster County. The team has taken on schools from all over Missouri, including Lee Summit, Joplin, Bolivar, and Helinas Catholic from Jefferson City. more
On October 16, 2022, around 3:00 a.m. Officer Vines of the Missouri State Highway Patrol was working his shift when according to the probable cause statement he noticed a blue Chevrolet Silverado pulled off onto the mile marker 100 exit. Officer Vines approached the vehicle and found the driver asleep behind the wheel with his foot on the brake and the truck in drive. Officer Vines attempted to make contact with the driver, but when he got no response he began to flash his light, shouting and smacking his hand against the window. more
Linda Dickinson from the Webster County Museum was recently the guest speaker at the October meeting of the Cherry Blossom Festival Auxiliary at the Webster County Library in Marshfield. Dickinson spoke about the Museum and the Webster County Historical Society’s history. Following the meeting, several auxiliary members walked over to the Museum for a tour. The Cherry Blossom Festival Auxiliary is the volunteer organization of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival and works annually to support the festival with volunteer hours and needed resources. They traditionally sponsor the Cherry Blossom Quilt Show, Teacher’s Breakfast, assist with the Cherry Blossom Tea and take care of the festival merchandise table. They also take several educational and historical trips throughout the year. The following officers were elected for the 2023 festival season: Jeanette Alcorn (President); Sarah Inman (Vice President); Jill Campbell (Secretary); Rachel Andrews (Treasurer) and Joyce Inman (Chaplain). more
Recycling plastic from bottles and containers, boxes, paper, and certain metals has become common. Curbside service of many of these may even be available to some Marshfield Mail readers. However, if you slow down on your way into a Wal-Mart, you may notice, if you haven’t already, that there are giant tubs, off to the sides of the entrances, where shopping bags can be recycled. Other locations offer this handy recycling option, as well, like Targets. more
On Oct. 22, the Marshfield FFA Booster Club hosted its first annual Truck and Tractor Pull. more
Rewind 160 years ago, the American Civil War not only divided the country but the state of Missouri. The state was populated by both Union and Confederate sympathizers. more
SEDALIA, Mo. – Escalating costs for hay and supplements has many cattle producers concerned, especially in the face of very poor pasture conditions and limited hay supplies in some areas of the state. more
Mid-term voting will be here soon! Tuesday, November 8 is voting day. Some may see this as an annoyance; others, a reason for celebration. more
Is there a big cave under Marshfield? What did the undertaker do with the body that was never claimed? What happened at Marshfield’s only documented lynching? more
On Oct. 15, the City of Niangua hosted their 1st Annual Fall festival. The event included a costume competition, pumpkin carving, chili cook-off, craft booths and food trucks. more
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