Community Progress Feature Stories
Each year in late winter, The Marshall Democrat-News publishes a series of special sections that include stories featuring local businesses, organizations and projects that represent the community's progress over the preceding year or so.
Saline County Fair
Local caterer loses business to early-morning fire
The Marshall Fire Department responded to a garage on fire at 5:25 a.m. Wednesday, April 23. According to the report,...
Unidentified man boards Slater school bus Wednesday afternoon
According to a press release from Slater School District, at approximately 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, an...
Health department board discusses life coach, basement leaks
The Saline County Health Department Board of Trustees met Tuesday evening, April 22, to discuss the life and wellness...
Saline County Commission approves changes to county emergency plan
Saline County Emergency Management Director Russ Donnell and Marshall Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Tony...
Local law enforcement stage car wreck to bring awareness to students about drinking and driving
Volunteers from the Marshall Police Department, Saline County Ambulance District and Marshall Fire Department arrive at...
Wild Turkey Habitat Management Workshop to be held May 17 in Sweet Springs
The Missouri Department of Conservation will be hosting a free Wild Turkey Habitat Management Workshop from 9 a.m. to...
Greek awards given at William Woods University
Every Spring the Greek community at William Woods University honors those who display excellence and service, both in...
Marshall Public Schools certifies election results, reorganizes board
Marshall Public Schools' Board of Education met for its regular meeting Tuesday, April 22, to certify election results...
Marshall Chamber of Commerce's Chocolate Festival
Marshall Chamber of Commerce hosted its first Chocolate Fest Friday night, April 11, at Martin Community Center. According to Jill Murray, executive director, there were 72 entries, 100 auction items and 20 vendors for approximately 400 chocolate...
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