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This past Monday, Nov. 14, coaches, athletes and faculty members of Marshfield were honored when women's basketball legend and SMS Alumni Jackie Stiles offered to speak on her own pursuit to excellence and overcoming adversity. more
Zimmerman Meats has been selected to be awarded the Department of Agriculture (USDA) Meat and Poultry Processing Expansion Program (MPPEP) grant. Zimmerman Meats has three locations: Summersville, MO where they do processing and production, as well as two retail locations located in Salem, MO and Marshfield, MO. more
Snowflakes in Marshfield? As commuters head to their favorite local businesses nestled around Marshfield's square and old Route 66, they may notice the brilliant twinkling snowflake lights hung on each light pole. 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
Nov. 6 marked the end of daylight savings. That means we never have to deal with it again, right? Well, not exactly. In March this year, the Senate passed a bill called the Sunshine Protection Act of 2021 (S.623). The bill would make Daylight Saving permanent throughout the U.S., starting Nov. 5, 2023, except for states like Arizona and Hawaii, which do not observe Daylight Savings. more
Strafford played the Liberty Eagles (Mountain View) Friday, Nov. 4 hoping to advance in Class II districts. However, it was apparent the Liberty Eagles were prepared to beat Strafford on the Eagle's home-turf. Liberty dominated the game with multiple interceptions and successful passes to the end-zone.  more
Along with football, soccer, and tennis wrapping up this fall, softball for Webster County has also ended. We at the Marshfield Mail reached out to Coach James "Mac" McAnarney of the Marshfield Softball Team and Manny Flores of the Logan-Rogersville to reflect on the 2022 season. more
The Marshfield Blue Jays boys swim team competed in the Southwest Missouri Swim meet along with 20 other teams on October 28 and 29, 2022. The preliminary competitions were help on Friday the 28 and the top 18 swimmers in each event would advance to the Finals on Saturday the 29. more
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
Marshfield Alumni may recall a program called S.T.E.P. or Students To Employment Program years ago. As the name implies, the goal was to help students enter the workforce after high school. It was Marshfield Schools’ take on a national program that was going on at the time. Unfortunately, the program discontinued due to budget cuts. Years later, the program is back, but now it is known by its official title, Jobs for America’s Graduates or J.A.G. more
A few months back the Marshfield Mail reported on the Marshfield Action Sports Syndicates (also known as MASS) meeting with the Marshfield Parks and Recreation department.  more
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