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Mini-grants by the Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) Foundation for Agriculture have been awarded to educators across the state to enhance student exposure and understanding of agriculture. more
The Marshfield FFA program has been known to produce well-rounded and hardworking individuals that stay invested in our community. From banking, education, farming, and everything in between, most residents of Marshfield have that “blue jacket” hanging in their closets. more
I attended a newspaper conference last week that our entire staff (less Karen-we missed you Karen) was able to attend. Alyssa, J.T. and I hopped into Alyssa’s new car and hit the road for our two hour drive down to Cassville, MO. The conference was hosted by the Ozark Press Association and was a day filled with different topics to help improve the newspaper here at home. more
As part of the four week series on breast cancer, the last two weeks of our series will focus on stories from fighters and survivors of breast cancer. This week’s story is from Angela Crawford, a local Marshfield resident. more
Anyone who has grown up going to local County Fairs is probably familiar with the animal judging portion of the fair events. Kids of all ages come to show their animals, which range from ducks to cows, for a chance to win the prized blue ribbon and a little cash. more
Throughout many parts of America, you will find various forms of memorials; the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C., the Honolulu Memorial in HI, World War II West Coast Memorial in CA, and so on. more
Last Thursday, Oct. 6, the Marshfield Bluejay Boys’ soccer team faced off against the Fair Grove Eagles. more
October 15, 1997 more
When is the last time you made a point to visit a blood drive? To take time out of your day and spend the hour-ish it takes to save a life? more
The City of Marshfield recently received news that should make a lot of parents with walking kiddos, exercise enthusiasts and bike riders pretty happy. more
It’s Wednesday! more
Carol Elaine Wilkerson (nee Parish), 76, Niangua, Missouri was born March 27, 1946 in Camden County, Barnumton Township, Missouri to Albert William and Hattie Belle (nee Byler) Parish. Carol went to be with the Lord on September 29, 2022. more
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