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The Marshfield Community Theatre's Haunted House is back! Anyone looking for a fright this Halloween can find it at the Webster County Fairgrounds.

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"We treat a lot of adults and children that have been victims," said Dr. Ward Lawson of Tri-County Psychological Services, Inc., in Marshfield. "It's often a sad story and tragic." 

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If you asked him how many smoke detectors he installs per week, Marshfield firefighter Steven Hamm said it varies, depending on the week.

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Every year in October, the Marshfield Fire Protection District educate students about fire safety during the Marshfield Fire Prevention Week.

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Webster County Route CC is closed at Rifle Range Road in Marshfield, for up to seven days, beginning Monday (Oct. 12).

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Zane Wood, the 16-year-old son of Terry Wood of Marshfield and Lisa Vo of Springfield, has earned his Eagle Scout Rank. Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America. His Court of Ceremony was held Sunday, Oct. 4, with Marshfield Troop 88 scouts and scout leaders, a…

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When the calendar reached Oct. 1, Halloween-lovers rejoiced. While COVID-19 has cancelled many fall festivities, several farms in Webster County are open for pumpkin patches and hayrides.

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Protestors lined the sidewalks of the courthouse for a second time on Wednesday, Sept. 30th to what they described as shedding light on a child molestation case involving two, local Amish brothers Aaron and Petie Schwartz.

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The Seymour Bank presented the first Marshfield Blue Jay Card check in the amount of $1,044.40 to the Marshfield School District on Tuesday, Sept. 27. The bank started the Marshfield School Pride Card when the branch opened. For every signed transaction customers make, the Seymour Bank donat…

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There is a critical need for donations of all blood types. According to the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, inventory shelves are currently bare.

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Madilynn Burney is back home and doing exceptionally well, considering everything she has gone through in the last few weeks.