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Sentinel’s annual SENIOR publication to be in print again

WCHS SENIOR ’22 Sentinel’s annual SENIOR publication to be in print again It’s time to prepare the Sentinel’s annual SENIOR edition so it will be ready to distribute in conjunction with commencement on May 13, 2022. Right now, we’re collecting senior pictures. You can send one to news@webbcity.net. For seniors not submitting pictures, we’ll use …

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Foxberry Terrace’s new memory unit is ready for residents

The new memory care unit at Foxberry Terrace is officially open. Foxberry Terrace’s new memory unit is ready for residents A case of the resident’s memories is at the door of each unit. Stephanie Miller, administrator of Foxberry Terrace, shows off one of the residential units. A ribbon cutting and open house were held Thursday …

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We’ll be reading about – and eating – green eggs and ham

See ya’ll at the market We’ll be reading about – and eating – green eggs and ham Eileen Nichols Things are hoppin’ at the market this Saturday. In addition to its usual array of fresh local produce and locally made specialty foods and other delights, we’re celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Old No. 60, Webb City’s …

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We can thank Harry Hood and Norval Matthews for leaving us the history and first-hand accounts of early Webb City

Norval M. Matthews left us with two books about the history of Webb City. Ancestors, Legends & Time We can thank Harry Hood and Norval Matthews for leaving us the history and first-hand accounts of early Webb City Jeanne Newby I’m taking a moment to write about a couple of our Webb historians of the …

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