As citizens drive around Marshfield, they may notice it's a bit brighter than previous years. That is because more Snowflake lights than ever were set up the last month. In total, 74 snowflake lights were hung around the inner city.
The weather may have been a little frightful and wet, but that did not keep the holiday spirit from getting folks out to come and celebrate this past weekend.
As we prepare for the holiday season, the Webster County University of Missouri Extension is already playing for the New Year resolutions as the center will hold two country cured ham classes.
Marshfield is in for a new kind of holiday tradition with its first ever Christmas Home Tour scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 9. Several residential houses in Marshfield will be available to tour both inside and out as the homeowners open their doors in the spirit of Christmas, all to benefit the Marshfield Public Schools Foundation.
Marshfield Community Theatre is bringing the spirit of the season to the Jubilee Theater Center with its production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” written by Barbara Robinson. Performed with licensing from Concord Theatrical, this heartwarming Christmas classic promises to captivate audiences of all ages.
The Marshfield High School Choral program has been earning honors and breaking records for the past few months.
Chad Gibson pleaded guilty before Judge Replogle on Nov. 27 to a Class A misdemeanor of domestic assault in the fourth degree.