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The City of Marshfield is seeking input from the community in order to collect updated data regarding income. Citizens can help improve current and future city projects by submitting responses to the … more
The 16th Annual Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival kicked off Wednesday, April 21 with a "Concert for a Cause" benefitting the Randy Travis Foundation. Randy and Mary Travis, as well as HeeHaw’s Lulu … more
The 142nd Annual Marshfield Independence Day Parade will take place on Saturday, July 3 this year. The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the theme, Front Porch Sippin’ in Hometown … more
Those who are planning to attend this year’s Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield should stop by the square and visit the Marshfield Mail booth. Help us help the children by signing up or … more
Arthur Rich, of Springfield passed away on April 12 after a lingering illness, leaving behind a legacy that’s admirable to all. While Art Rich was not a veteran, he dedicated a lot of his time to … more
The Marshfield Board of Aldermen meeting said goodbye to three outgoing board members and swore in the two new elected and one appointed Aldermen at the Thursday, April 15 meeting. Alderwoman Vicki … more
Felony charges have been filed against two adults involved in vandalizing Pleasant View Church ahead of Easter. Chance A.S. Reed and Gavin James Mcillwain have been accused of first-degree property … more
The Marshfield junior high eighth graders enrolled in advanced science classes participated at the 2021 Ozarks Science and Engineering Fair with projects they began last October. This year’s fair … more
Terry Wayne Hardy has been beekeeping for two years now. He said he’s always been mesmerized by he decline in the number of bees despite how vital they are to our survival. About a third of our … more
The Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield is an annual three-day event in the spring that celebrates the city of Marshfield and the state of Missouri.  Activities are varied and are … more
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
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