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Federal officials have confirmed highly pathogenic avian influenza in a chicken flock in Webster County, Mo. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory (NVSL) confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic influenza (HPAI) in the chicken layer flock. Samples were delivered to the NVSL in Iowa for testing after a sudden increase in mortality in the flock. more
Pretend it’s early Tuesday morning, and you’re running late to get your children to school. You are hurdling down the road and you encounter a big yellow school bus just slowing down to pick up a group of kids. Its flashing lights and large red stop sign are hard to miss. This has happened before: you’re stuck waiting at every stop from here to the school and your kids end up late, again. For a moment you consider driving around the bus… just for a moment and then you remember the law: more
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – The Webster County University of Missouri Extension is holding a country cured ham workshop for youth and adults. Before refrigeration many Missourians cured hams and pork bellies as a method of preserving food. Country cured hams are not cooked, just preserved, the combination of salt, sugar and other spices preserves the meat without refrigeration. Country cured hams may bring back fond memories for older people but may be an acquired taste for younger people. Smoke houses were a common fixture on many farms and rural homes prior to refrigeration. The smoke houses were not used to actually cook the meat but to give the preserved hams a smoke flavor. more
"This cross country season was another year of breaking statistical categories for our team. This year beat the previous 2 seasons regarding cutting time from the start of the year to the finish with the most noticeable time being that of Junior Zach Mitchell who was able to qualify for the State cross country meet for a 3rd consecutive season. Zach also finished with his best time and placing in the state meet at 45th overall with a personal best time of 17:14. I am very proud of every individual on our team with their ability to adapt to changes in practice scheduling and a change in the demand they were asked to put on their bodies. This group is an amazingly talented group and I am looking forward to bringing all but 1 runner back (Senior Austin Palubicki who shattered his own personal records every week). Overall this season was very successful in the aspect of the growth that our team has made and the foundation this group has set for the future." - Marshfield's Head XC Gage Miers 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
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows deer hunters in Missouri harvested 93,355 deer during opening weekend of the November portion of firearms deer season Nov. 12 and 13. Of the 93,355 deer harvested, 55,267 were antlered bucks, 7,250 were button bucks, and 30,838 were does. more
Giving deer one less reason to congregate is a good way to slow the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD); a disease that’s spread by deer-to-deer contact. That’s the rationale behind the regulation prohibiting the feeding of deer that’s in effect in parts of Missouri. more
The following is a statement from the Day family:  more
Advances to cancer research has made it easier than ever for women with a family history of breast cancer to get preventative care early. For Janelle Moffitt, who has a family history going back to her mom, grandma and great aunt, when the opportunity to get the BRCA testing arose, she jumped on it. more
Who remembers the days, long forgotten now to everything going to virtual, when people would stand around at gas stations during deer season to share hunting stories? Douglas Frazier does. more
Is there a big cave under Marshfield? What did the undertaker do with the body that was never claimed? What happened at Marshfield’s only documented lynching? more
Students heading to in Niangua R-V schools Tuesday morning were told to brace for a potentially cold day at school. Temperatures dipped into the twenties and administration sent out an all call stating, “We are replacing the HVAC systems before winter which may cause chilly classrooms as fall temps drop. Please, dress appropriately.” more
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, encourages everyone to have a safe Halloween. more
I attended a newspaper conference last week that our entire staff (less Karen-we missed you Karen) was able to attend. Alyssa, J.T. and I hopped into Alyssa’s new car and hit the road for our two hour drive down to Cassville, MO. The conference was hosted by the Ozark Press Association and was a day filled with different topics to help improve the newspaper here at home. more
As part of the four week series on breast cancer, the last two weeks of our series will focus on stories from fighters and survivors of breast cancer. This week’s story is from Angela Crawford, a local Marshfield resident. more
The beauty of Webster County lies within its green pastures, many forests, rich soil, and numerous waterways rising from the grounds. Its picturesque landscape and small-town values are ultimately what attract visitors, and residents to reside here. more
In the second part of the Marshfield Mail’s focus on breast cancer awareness, this week the focus is on treatment. Most people know that cancer treatment typically requires some type of chemotherapy, radiation or a combination of both. more
Carol Elaine Wilkerson (nee Parish), 76, Niangua, Missouri was born March 27, 1946 in Camden County, Barnumton Township, Missouri to Albert William and Hattie Belle (nee Byler) Parish. Carol went to be with the Lord on September 29, 2022. more
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