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On September 25, 2021 Pastor Mark Griffith of Destiny Church made a report to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop D Trooper M. Cary, stating that a member of his church had confided in him that they had been assaulted by one of the church staff, Duell Wilson. more
Closing out the Webster County Courthouse celebration last Friday, Dec 30, was one final goodbye. Kathy Jo Angst, the Senior Deputy Clerk in the Circuit Court, retired after 15 and half years of service. more
Last Friday, Dec 30, the Webster county courthouse was packed, but it was not for the trial of the century. Instead, it was actually a day of celebration. more
The Q&A series continues with this week's spotlight on Natalie McNish, Mayor of Marshfield. more
Happy New Year to all of my friends and neighbors for another great year. Last year we had a great year of Roger's Ramblings and let's start off this year with a big bang. How about a civil war story? more
Seasonal Affective Disorder more
For the second year in a row my family and I packed up the day after Christmas and headed to Gulf Shores, AL. more
The day of celebration at the Webster County courthouse last Friday, Dec 30, continued with a goodbye. After serving Webster County for 12 years, Gary Don Letterman, Recorder of Deeds, retired, and a party was held in his honor, complete with punch, cake, gifts, and fellowship. more
It seems early to think about, but this issue of the Marshfield Mail is indeed the last one for 2022. It has been an exciting year, allowing us to welcome the New Year by setting goals or resolutions for ourselves. Whether you do or do not set resolutions, it is good to set goals for yourself. Just remember to be honest with yourself and to not set unrealistic goals. more
On December 14, 2022 a warrant was issued for Clifford Lacefield with a bond amount of $500,000. According to the probable cause statement completed by Detective Joe Taylor, Lacefield had previously been accused of sexual assault in 2018, however new evidence that was submitted to the detective in November of 2022 ultimately lead to the warrant. more
This week the Marshfield Mail got to know Ruby Dudley. Ruby is a loan officer at Stockman’s Bank in Marshfield and is the incoming board President for the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce. more
All through the town, Mrs. Jo Jones' bus wheels went round and round. For 33 years, she ensured Marshfield R-1 school district students safely made it to their destinations. After all this time, Jones decided to hang up the keys and drove her bus one last time on Wednesday, Dec 21, 2022. more
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