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Nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Ozarks, Thunder Ridge Nature Arena acts as a premier concert venue as a testament to both natural beauty and musical excellence. Operating through … more
Marshfield, MO – July 1, 2024 – Marshfield Community Theatre is thrilled to announce the Sizzling Summer Variety Show, set to take place on July 13 at 7 PM. This highly anticipated event will showcase an array of talents, including singing, dancing, and comedy. Attendees can also enjoy an interactive photo booth, delectable concessions, and a unique boutique, making for an unforgettable evening of entertainment and fun. more
One hundred and two high school students participated in Missouri's 61th annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 14-20. Local delegates were Alexis Jared, Rogersville and Tara Mortensen, Fordland. They were sponsored by Webster Electric Cooperative, Marshfield. more
The Missouri Department of Transportation is conducting an environmental study, called Forward 44, of more than 250 miles of Interstate 44 from the Oklahoma state line to the Route 100 east interchange near Gray Summit in Franklin County. This summer, MoDOT is holding a series of public meetings and encourages the public to give input on their concerns and observations along I-44. more
Don’t feed bread and crackers to geese and ducks. more
The Back-to-School sales tax holiday is coming up in Missouri. By state law, the sales tax holiday begins on the first Friday in August and continues through the following Sunday. more
On Saturday, June 29th, Webster County bore witness to the 1st Annual Webster County Market Animal Show and Sale. From the crack of dawn, the atmosphere was electric with anticipation as agricultural industry leaders and enthusiastic youth supporters gathered to witness a showcase of dedication and hard work. more
The City of Marshfield has closed on a piece of property just larger than two acres off of A Highway in town, near City Hall. The site is the former location of Southtowne Grille, also formerly known as Sheila’s Place. more
Marshfield High School was the site of the recent MAPT State Bus Driving Safety Competition. The event was set to take place in Camdenton when a last minute opportunity to host the event arose. Tony Blackstock, the Marshfield Schools Transportation Director took the opportunity to bring the event to Marshfield. more
Marshfield’s Darin Cleir received the MHS Alumni Outstanding Achievement Award as a surprise at the 13th Annual Marshfield Reunion Festival, where he was celebrating his 40th class reunion. more
The 13th annual Reunion Fest went off without a hitch on Saturday, June 29; despite incoming storms moving the event inside the Marshfield Community Center. Many appreciated the air conditioned gymnasium and celebrating the all-class reunion inside the building that used to be the Marshfield High School. more
The 39th Annual Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival will continue the longstanding Ozarks tradition of music and fellowship. Last year, the festival saw record crowds and this year’s festival is expected to draw a similar interest. The 2023 July Festival was expanded to include a Wednesday night show, a festival first. This year’s festival will begin Wednesday, July 10 and run through Saturday, July 13. more
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