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On October 30, 2022 Officer Watson was patrolling Highway 60 east bound near Division when he observed a gray colored cargo van that had appeared to have run off the road. Officer Watson engaged his emergency lights and headed toward the front of the van. more
Things will be charming and sleepy at the Carl & Glessie Young Auditorium as the Marshfield High School presents Once Upon a Mattress. The director and Speech & Debate teacher for Marshfield High School is Greg Holtschneider. He hopes the performing nights are filled with great storytelling. more
Patriot Park in Marshfield is commonly known by one of two things: the place where parents take their kids to swim, or the place to honor those lost on 9/11. more
November 4, 2022, marked this year's fourth and final round of the Webster County Round Up Grants. Thanks to members of Webster Electric Co-Op who participate in the Round Up program. By rounding up your bill, Webster Electric gave $25,840 to help local non-profits by providing much-needed financial aid, from bulletproof vests, roofs and floors. Keep reading the Marshfield Mail as we follow the money and see how these organizations put these grants to good use. more
The Webster County VFW Post 4101 purchased a flag retirement box, the first in the city of Marshfield, with the help of the Webster Electric Grant program. The VFW received $1,694 from Webster Electric, which helped cover the purchase and installment of the flag drop. more
"We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause." Words by 40th President Ronald Reagan still ring true today. As Veteran's Day steadily approaches us, the Webster County Historical Society reminds us of this oath with a planned dedication to honor those who have served our country. more
The Marshfield Area Community Foundation will beautify The Hidden Waters Nature Park with a mass planting of 1,500 daffodil bulbs to bloom in spring 2023 to commemorate the spirit of philanthropy across the region. more
The Webster County Clerk’s office looked to stir a little fun and friendly competition in Webster County with its first ever photo competition. The Clerk’s office, which includes Stan Whitehurst, Missy Pickel, Dee Lavery, and Sarah King encouraged both citizens and county employees to enter a photo they felt represented Webster County. more
JEFFERSON CITY, MO, NOV. 3, 2022 – Missouri’s Drought Assessment Committee will hold its third meeting to discuss the status of the state’s drought, as well as any recommended changes to the ongoing coordinated state and federal response. more
Raymond Howard is turning 100! Help him celebrate by joining him on Saturday, November 12th at the Marshfield Senior Center from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. or by sending him a card. Cards can be sent to Raymond Howard, 2815 Old Sycamore Loop, Marshfield, MO 65706. more
“Sometimes in life there is a clear calling to do very big, scary things. Things that sound crazy. Like moving away from all of your friends and family, and your hometown, to a small town in the middle of the Midwest.” Leah Shelby’s quote sums up the experience she and her family has gone through over the past year. For this family, formerly of San Diego, California, following that call was exactly what they did. And it led them to the lovely county that we share with them as home, and more specifically, to the town of Marshfield. more
Marshfield, MO - The Webster County Health Unit has a question for everyone looking to fill their Thanksgiving morning. Why trot with the turkeys, when you can come to Marshfield and GOBBLE WOBBLE? This year’s theme is ‘Be Kind To Your Mind’, focusing on mental wellness. more
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