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John Killingsworth and his son Andy own American Paving in Rogersville, who recently remodeled the basketball goals and court at the city’s park. The pair have replaced the basketball goals with … more
Four Southwest Baptist University students who attended high school in Marshfield and Strafford have been recognized for their contributions to their academic areas and divisions during the 2020-2021 … more
Recent results from community sewershed surveillance in Marshfield are indicative of possible increases in COVID-19 transmission in the area. During the first week in April, the Missouri Department … more
The Planning & Zoning Commission will have a new sub-committee as the City of Marshfield is putting together a Land Use Committee. The purpose of the committee is to take a comprehensive look at … more
Many Ozarks natives have long enjoyed this natural decadency that pops up each spring – Morel mushrooms! The Morel mushroom is one of the most sought-after edible, wild mushrooms in … more
Mail staff wore blue on Friday, April 2 in support of Autism Awareness Day. The entire month of April is utilized to bring awareness to the autism community who needs support, kindness and … more
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Twelve endangered loggerhead sea turtles were successfully released back to their native habitat in the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday morning following a life-saving stay at Johnny … more
Beginning April 5 Robert Williams and his wife, Audrey will be hosting Griefshare meetings for anyone in the community that is coping with the loss of a loved one. The program was utilized by several … more
With spring warming up, the Ellis O. Jackson Park has become a much more frequent location for outdoor gatherings… and a dumping site for limbs. However, that’s not what it’s meant for. “We … more
The Marshfield Chamber of Commerce held their monthly meeting Monday, March 29 at The Depot  with guest speakers from the Marshfield school district, Superintendent David Steward and Assistant … more
The NCTA hosted a forum for the community to learn more about the four Niangua School Board candidates on Thursday, March 25. The four candidates on the April 6 ballot are Amber Brand, Shane … more
The usual-slotted community Easter egg hunt for the community was not on the calendar this year, but that won’t stop the Easter bunny from hopping through Marshfield. Two local churches have … more
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