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The Marshfield Cruisers will meet at a new location this season due to increased patronage at new businesses within Young's Shopping Center. The monthly cruise-ins will take place at the Marshfield First Baptist Church parking lots located at 1001 S. White Oak. more
In continuing to get to know various community members, the Marshfield Mail visited Marshfield Early Learning Center and Hubble Principal Mallory Robertson. more
Welcome back to this week's edition of Writing Gorilla. As I mentioned last week, I would go over my life leading up to being a writer for the mail. I promise I won't go over every detail, just some highlights. So how did I get here? more
The Marshfield Blue Jays Speech and Debate team headed to the Liberty Invitational January 13 and 14 to compete in the 48 school event. The following students were selected to compete: more
Just when you think you’ve got it all together: bills paid, groceries in the fridge, closets cleaned, dishes done every day for a week (that’s a really big accomplishment at my house), house cleaned from fire (thank you Amanda for your help), laundry caught up-you know all the crap that goes into being a mom/wife/housekeeper-the kids can have a way of making that all look not so spectacular. more
The colder it gets outside this winter season, the more people will turn up the heater. We often forget that besides the refrigerator, our heater/AC, aka HVAC is one of the most crucial machines in our homes we need to keep our lives going comfortably. Until the heater stops working… heaven forbid that were to happen, but if so, who should you turn to? more
As the new year starts, many people will set impossible goals for themselves, while some will put little effort in. What is the point? We have all year the phrase new year, new you and most of us have rolled our eyes. It's just another year. And honestly, it is easy to dwell on the negative things that happened last year and the past. From politics to celebrities, plagues to prices, it's hard to think there is any light at the end of this deep dark tunnel that we call life. more
Marshfield lost one of its most influential businessmen and a longtime community servant with the Dec. 19 passing of Gary Fraker. Fraker, who was the owner of Fraker Funeral Home, had been a mainstay in the Marshfield business community, always willing to support and sponsor events and organizations in the area. more
Wow, this day came faster than I ever thought! more
As we approach the final chapter of 2022, the staff of the Marshfield Mail took some time to reflect on some of the biggest stories of the year. Here you will find the stories that our community responded to the most, both happy and sad. more
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