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The Marshfield Public Schools Foundation is holding its first-ever Fun Run in support of a new scholarship in honor of former long-time Marshfield High School principal Bill Walker. more
Marshfield’s Reunion Fest returns Saturday, July 1st at the Marshfield Community Center Reunion Field. The 12th annual event will begin at 5 p.m. and music will start at 5:30 p.m. through 11 p.m. more
Sign up for the Senior Farmer’s Market Voucher Nutrition Program every Monday in June from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Marshfield Senior Center and every Thursday in June at the Fair Grove Senior Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Income guidelines apply: bring proof of all income, residency and a photo ID. This and all of our programs are for those aged 60 and older. more
Summer is here, and with it comes all the fun in the sun. To ensure everyone has a safe summer Scott Allen, Administrator for the Webster County Health Unit, has offered some tips. more
Please call one day in advance for pick up/delivery of the lunch for the day 417-620-2034. more
We are starting our Webster Electric RoundUp grant series for the second-quarter recipients this week by visiting a non-profit organization that focuses on helping senior citizens. more
The Southwest Missouri Council of Governments (SMCOG) will be hosting a public meeting on Tuesday, June 13, at 1 p.m. at the Marshfield Senior Center located at 427 W. Washington Street, Marshfield, MO.  The purpose of this meeting is to collect public input regarding identified transportation needs and strategies for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those with low incomes. This is the final stage in the updating of the regional Public Transit Human Services Coordination Plan (PTHSCP). more
It is summertime in Marshfield, and the need to maintain and mow the yard comes with that. While that is a straightforward task, another issue emerges when figuring out what to do with all the grass and leaves. But, for Marshfield residents, there is a solution. more
Steve Runnels, Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the Springfield Office of the National Weather Service spoke with the Mail about the importance of understanding different terminology as warmer fronts move in and the threat of severe weather increases.  more
Madison Rueckert, of Marshfield, appeared before Judge Michael Hendrickson on June 6 for a trial hearing. Rueckert has been charged with Class A felony of Murder in the first degree and pleaded not … more
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