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Lacey Stokes, of Marshfield, entered a plea of not guilty after her arraignment on three felony charges Tuesday, May 11. She currently faces charges for stealing over $5,000 and exploiting … more
The City of Marshfield’s community-wide clean up is scheduled for June 3-5 and June 10-12.Dumpsters will be available for citizens to drop off unwanted items at the Maintenance Shed where an … more
“The first Pioneer Day was planned and held by two teachers on a sunny Sunday in May at the end of the school year in 1991. Fourth grade was still at Hubble Elementary at the time,” said Marianne … more
Emergency responders spent Thursday, May 13 working to contain a large fire from a propane explosion outside of the Kosan Crisplant plant located on South Prairie Lane. The plant was formerly a … more
The Divine Compassion Church of God has been providing groceries to Nianuga natives through the Farmers to Families Food Box Program. On Thursday, May 6 the group brought another truck and trailer … more
Webster Electric Cooperative hosted a grant distribution ceremony on Thursday, May 6 at their headquarters. Local non-profits were able to benefit from the Webster Electric Foundation’s Operation … more
Missouri WIC recently announced the release of its updated Income Eligibility Guidelines effective April 1, 2021. WIC is the Department of Health and Senior Services Special Supplemental Nutrition … more
Update:  7:09 p.m. One person asked to see a medic and suffered second degree burns. 6:39 p.m. Building is declared clear.  6:34 p.m. Firefighters were able to enter the building to begin … more
The Thursday, May 6 Marshfield Chamber of Commerce meeting hosted guest speakers Robert Williams and Allen Balmer for the board to learn more about their new non-profit, Sleep in Heavenly Peace. The … more
"This walk is in memory of all the children we don’t get to hold this Mother's Day."Brianne Mansfield took to the sidewalk on Locust near Washington Street to honor 215 angel babies. The Marshfield … more
The Marshfield R-1 Board of Education met for a special session Monday, May 10 at the high school library. The agenda included approving the calendar for the 2021-2022 school year, reviewing … more
Marshfield Parks and Recreation began filling the Dr. Tommy McDonnell Aquatics Center on Wednesday, May 5 and will be ready to go by opening day. The pool officially opens on the Saturday of Memorial … more
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