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Community members may enroll now in Taking Care of You, a University of Missouri Extension program that offers practical strategies for dealing with stress and life challenges.

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With all that is going on in our country, it is easy to forget about our most vulnerable — but many children still need safe, stable homes.

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The City of Strafford will hold its annual Fourth of July Parade again this year.

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The Marshfield Classic will take place this Saturday at the Whispering Oaks Golf Course, and a few spots are available for the afternoon tee time, which kicks off at 1:30 p.m. (Morning tee times, which start at 8 a.m., are full.)

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The Marshfield Cruisers are making plans for their first cruise-in of the season this Saturday. Social distancing will be practiced and encouraged.

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Due to lack of interest, the test clinic for today has been cancelled. Those interested in getting tested can contact Marshfield Jordan Valley at 859_2400 or OCH Wellpointe at 859-4878.

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Virtual tryouts will start for the Jaywalkers Squad, High School Cheer and Junior High School Cheer teams.Things look much different this year, but interested participants can still try out for these teams. Tryouts for the Jaywalkers Squad begin Sunday. For tryouts, participants will need to…

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It's an idea that came to organizers very suddenly, but it has come together in a flash: This weekend, the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival Home Edition will be convening on Facebook.

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OCH Wellpointe Family Medical Clinic, Marshfield, is offering a drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic this Friday, April 24, between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. As addressed in Governor Parsons' April 22 press conference, mass testing of individuals should be performed to detect asymptomatic c…

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This issue of The Mail does not include the Hometown Happenings calendar, as many events are canceled on advice from the Centers for Disease Control and local, state and national officials.

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Nicholas Inman, founder of the Marshfield-based Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival, has told The Mail that at present, the festival is still planned to run as scheduled April 23-26.

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The Springfield office of the National Weather Service will present its 2020 Tactical Spotter Training Course at 6:30 p.m. March 24 at the First Baptist Church, 1001 S. White Oak St., Marshfield.

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Webster County University of Missouri Extension invites you to the 96th Annual Diversified Ag Conference. The conference will be held at the Faith Baptist Church, 1002 S. Marshall St. (Highway A), Marshfield. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m., and the program begins at 9 a.m. and will be …

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SPRINGFIELD — Mercy Hospital, STAND Against Trafficking and the Child Advocacy Center will offer free training to deal with sex trafficking 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily Jan. 28-29.

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The Webster County University of Missouri Extension in Marshfield is holding a country cured ham workshop for youth and adults Jan. 7 and 11.

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May a landlord legally double the rent when a tenant lets another person take over the premises without landlord permission? Does a tenant have legal resource if a landlord neglects property? May a landlord that willfully interrupts utility services be guilty of forcible entry?