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"This cross country season was another year of breaking statistical categories for our team. This year beat the previous 2 seasons regarding cutting time from the start of the year to the finish with the most noticeable time being that of Junior Zach Mitchell who was able to qualify for the State cross country meet for a 3rd consecutive season. Zach also finished with his best time and placing in the state meet at 45th overall with a personal best time of 17:14. I am very proud of every individual on our team with their ability to adapt to changes in practice scheduling and a change in the demand they were asked to put on their bodies. This group is an amazingly talented group and I am looking forward to bringing all but 1 runner back (Senior Austin Palubicki who shattered his own personal records every week). Overall this season was very successful in the aspect of the growth that our team has made and the foundation this group has set for the future." - Marshfield's Head XC Gage Miers 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
Picture it: Halloween, 1968. At the tender age of 17, with the stroke of a pen, Larry Perkins, a rural Missouri farm kid, enlists in the United States Army. After training at Fort Leonard Wood, Perkins is sent to Germany to build bridges, and it doesn't take his commanding officers long to notice the passion for serving our country that lies deep within this young man's heart. So in a short amount of time, Private Perkins is quickly promoted through the ranks and makes Spec. 4. more
On this veterans day, we want to honor all who answered the call to serve in Webster County. 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
Things got a bit hairy for the residents of Webco Manor last Thursday, Oct 27, but not for the reason you think. You see, the staff of Webco planned a special a visit from some "unusual" visitors. more
The following is a statement from the Day family:  more
While most of us are getting ready for the approaching blustery cold months, one local woman revels in fresh memories of local lakes, sunny beaches, exotic locales, and deep dives into adventures unknown. Lucky for us, she shares those recollections with all of us, so we, too, can benefit from her amazing experiences. more
MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- For individuals that would like to learn how to make a fresh flower fall centerpiece this class is for you. Class participants will learn the basic principles and elements of design and make a fall centerpiece they can use on their Thanksgiving table. Attendees will also learn different color schemes used in floral design and how to make fresh flower arrangements last and looking good for as long as possible. more
Advances to cancer research has made it easier than ever for women with a family history of breast cancer to get preventative care early. For Janelle Moffitt, who has a family history going back to her mom, grandma and great aunt, when the opportunity to get the BRCA testing arose, she jumped on it. more
Who remembers the days, long forgotten now to everything going to virtual, when people would stand around at gas stations during deer season to share hunting stories? Douglas Frazier does. more
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