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If you live in or around the Conway, Missouri area you may have noticed a recent uptick in yards featuring a bright red toilet. If you’re wondering what the deal is, let the Marshfield Mail be the first to assure you that no, everyone in Conway did not recently decide to remodel their bathrooms. more
Imagine completing a rigorous course load, 100s of hours of clinical training, an intense and in-depth research project in your field of study and then being told out of hundreds of submissions your teams research was selected to be presented in front of a room full of doctors. more
Pretend it’s early Tuesday morning, and you’re running late to get your children to school. You are hurdling down the road and you encounter a big yellow school bus just slowing down to pick up a group of kids. Its flashing lights and large red stop sign are hard to miss. This has happened before: you’re stuck waiting at every stop from here to the school and your kids end up late, again. For a moment you consider driving around the bus… just for a moment and then you remember the law: more
Missouri made history Tuesday, November 8, when voters passed Amendment 3: the legalization of recreational marijuana use in the state of Missouri. The measure passed statewide in Missouri 53% to 47%, according to The Associated Press, with 96% of the vote reported. more
Recently the Fordland Clinic, located in Fordland, Missouri, received a grant from the Skaggs Foundation. The grant, which awarded $44,000 per year to the Dental Outreach program will allow the clinic to continue the outreach. more
Marshfield Blue Jays swim competitor Preston Dotson headed to state Friday November 11 to compete in the Butterfly portion of the contest. more
Growing up, adults and schools offered various rewards for reading. Maybe it was a field trip, an ice cream party, or pizza. Then, in 1984, Pizza Hut began a reading program called Book It! The program encourages kids from pre-k to sixth grade to read. In exchange, they get a free personal pizza for free. Schools took off with the program after that. more
Thanks to the Wild Honey Boutique, helping those in need is not only more accessible but more fun too. Three months ago, they started making mystery bags. These bags could contain a baby onesie to three outfits to benefit foster children. All purchased bags are then dropped off at the Department of Family Services monthly. more
Zimmerman Meats has been selected to be awarded the Department of Agriculture (USDA) Meat and Poultry Processing Expansion Program (MPPEP) grant. Zimmerman Meats has three locations: Summersville, MO where they do processing and production, as well as two retail locations located in Salem, MO and Marshfield, MO. more
Snowflakes in Marshfield? As commuters head to their favorite local businesses nestled around Marshfield's square and old Route 66, they may notice the brilliant twinkling snowflake lights hung on each light pole. more
The Barn at Walnut Creek, owned by Jason and Mindy Gomez, is the newest member of the Marshfield Chamber of Commerce celebrated with an official ribbon cutting on Nov. 9. The Barn at Walnut Creek is located at 481 Old Wire Rd, Marshfield and open to host various events including: weddings, gatherings, engagements and more.  more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows deer hunters in Missouri harvested 93,355 deer during opening weekend of the November portion of firearms deer season Nov. 12 and 13. Of the 93,355 deer harvested, 55,267 were antlered bucks, 7,250 were button bucks, and 30,838 were does. more
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