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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
Former Mayor of the City of Marshfield, Robert Williams will host a Virtual Candidate Forum for those on the ballot for Alderman in April 2021. The live event will be streamed via Zoom at 7 p.m. on … more
Tim Larimore, employee(s) of Webster Electric Cooperative, Marshfield, participated in AMEC’s virtual Meter School on Feb. 22-24. Those attending the class received classroom and hands-on … more
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