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Jones is a Marshfield native and graduated in 2010 from Marshfield high school. Jones worked locally at Sears until its final days and has since worked in tech and other various roles. His love for … more
Once a month, on Friday’s from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. there is a line that forms behind Central Bank in Marshfield; sometimes even overflowing on to the Spur. The car “conga” line, that is … more
The homeschool community in southwest Missouri is growing along with the homeschool rate in the U.S. overall. As families begin to move away from public education and into the world of homeschooling … more
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Sarah Brake (Rousseau) on charges of 2nd degree property damage and stealing.  According to the probable cause statement, Officer Garrett Fannen … more
The Rogersville Senior Center is a vital part of the Rogersville community. Each week it provides meals to home bound seniors who may otherwise would not eat. In addition to providing meals, it also … more
This past weekend I hosted my first ever Pride event at my store. Over the last year I felt nudge after nudge from the universe pushing me to host an event that would show the LGBTQ+ community in … more
Marshfield’s most popular four-way intersection is getting a new look. Located at E. Jackson St. and S. Crittenden St.the beginning of a hand-painted mural by local artist Samantha Cox is in … more
Die Hard Reloaded, Tasmania Angel, Comin’ Undone and Thunder Mug, no, this is not a list of wrestling personas, though the last one does have a nice ring to it. It is actually the titles of a … more
On Thursday, May 26, the Marshfield Board of Alderman and City officials gathered to decide and discuss a number of potential improvements for the city. Marc Baker, the Parks Activity Director, … more
The Marshfield track and field program finished off the 2021-’22 season with a hoard of top performances The team took home 15 medals in 9 events at the MSHSAA Class 4 State Track and Field … more
In 1977, the small school of Elkland closed its doors for the final time. At the time, the building was over 40 years old and the school faced financial problems. The 80 elementary students who … more
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