They have hosted several community outreach events over the years, but every Friday they meet at the Common Grounds Coffee and Cafe in Strafford.
The Phillips Media Group, the company that publishes The Marshfield Mail, has announced the launch of a small business marketing grant program to help local businesses continue advertising during the challenging times created by the COVID-19 crisis.
High Prairie Cattle of Marshfield is a new member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national breed organization, headquartered in Saint Joseph.
Jeff and Sue Stokes, Jamie Stokes, Ryan and Danyelle Stokes, Kayle and Jason Poznick and Morgan Young gave a walk-in shower to Doyle and Betty Stokes for Christmas. It took a few days to get it installed, but I hear it is wonderful.
It’s a commitment between two people — a promise to have and to hold, to love and treasure each other until death do them part, but the planning process for the special wedding day can be stressful.
A ribbon-cutting was held Monday for ShadeTree Repair, LLC, in Rogersville. Jason Finn, owner, put on a tailgate party in celebration of his company’s LLC and grilled up lunch for attendees. Pictured are (from left) Hannah Vale, Vale Insurance; Nicole Brock, American Family Insurance; Jake M…
The Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting Sunday, June 9, at Story Church's new sending center. The church had formerly met out of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, but recently moved into a more permanent space at Jamestown Plaza, an area that Tami North, the chamber’s e…
On Wednesday, May 22, the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Ozarks Elder Law, a firm that focuses on estate planning, asset protection, nursing home planning, probate, elder abuse, business succession planning, elder law litigation and real estate. They a…
Five students from the Marshfield High School Applied Communications course earned a Platinum Certificate, the highest achievement you can earn (see sidebar), on the ACT WorkKeys.
The Rogersville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Modest Chic Boutique, a new business at 110 Dempsey, Suite K. Pictured from left are Nicole Brock, Eric Farran, owner Becky Swearengin, Jerri Mitchell, Amanda Mitchell and Tami North.
On Wednesday, Jan. 16, a team of Marshfield community leaders attended a cross-community, economic development summit in Buffalo to discuss the economic opportunities and challenges unique to rural communities.
Armstrong World Industries, the company that is purchasing Architectural Components Group, Inc., is a leader in the manufacture and marketing of ceilings and walls for commercial and residential spaces, but interestingly enough, it had its beginning in … corks?