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The Divine Compassion Church of God has been providing groceries to Nianuga natives through the Farmers to Families Food Box Program. On Thursday, May 6 the group brought another truck and trailer load of meat, dairy and produce to the church to distribute throughout town.

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Missouri WIC recently announced the release of its updated Income Eligibility Guidelines effective April 1, 2021. WIC is the Department of Health and Senior Services Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.

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The Thursday, May 6 Marshfield Chamber of Commerce meeting hosted guest speakers Robert Williams and Allen Balmer for the board to learn more about their new non-profit, Sleep in Heavenly Peace. The pair explained how five long-time friends of over 25 years came together to start a local cha…

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The Marshfield R-1 Board of Education met for a special session Monday, May 10 at the high school library. The agenda included approving the calendar for the 2021-2022 school year, reviewing employment changes and a technology purchase action.

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Marshfield Parks and Recreation began filling the Dr. Tommy McDonnell Aquatics Center on Wednesday, May 5 and will be ready to go by opening day. The pool officially opens on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, May 29. 

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Since 2013, Marshfield seniors have dedicated a day of service to the community as their high school days dwindle to an end. Pictured above, seniors were spotted doing general maintenance on the square and spreading mulch at Hidden Waters Nature Park. “Every year we work with the high school…

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Congratulations to the Niangua High School graduating class of 2021! Seniors were celebrated and recognized at the Friday, May 7 commencement at the high school. The school had 26 graduates this year.

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Over 100 friends and family members in attendance gathered for Jazz on the Square, a concert performance held May 6 by the Marshfield Junior High and High School Jazz Ensembles. Here members of the junior high ensemble are taking turns playing improvisational solos. 

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Since Pokémon GO launched in 2016, millions of fans across the globe have enjoyed hunting the quirky creatures. Weapon of choice: iPhone or Android devices.

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Emma Mitchell attends a celebration at Clay Street Boutique to sip lemonade in honor of the store’s recent recognition and success. The Clay Street Boutique (Gold winner) and The Shabby Sheep (Silver winner) were the top winners of the Marshfield Mail’s 2021 Readers Choice Awards for Best Bo…

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With warm weather arriving, motorcyclists are eager to hit the roads and take some trips. May is motorcycle awareness month and the Marshfield Police Department has some tips to ensure road safety this spring. 

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The Power of Produce (POP) Program provides a free and fun opportunity for children to engage in the food system through direct interaction at the local Farmers Market. Marshfield’s POP Program Coordinator, Kim Zahn of Zahn Farms and India Visser said they expect high participation in the pr…

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Fox & Friends co-host Will Cain stopped by Grillos Cafe on Wednesday, April 28 to have breakfast and interview Marshfield citizens. 

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The Seymour Farmers Market is in full swing with events each Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon through October. Attendees can expect fresh produce, local honey, produce plants, baked goods, CBD and more. Each week the event continues to grow with new vendors and products. This week, the Diggins A…

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The last surviving witness to Germany’s surrender in World War II, Mr. Luciano “Louis” Charles Graziano, visited Webster County to share his story with those in attendance of the 16th Annual Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield. He participated in the Nostalgia Autograph Festival a…

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In a continued effort to offer COVID-19 vaccination opportunities to as many Missourian’s as possible, the Webster County Health Unit, in collaboration with the Missouri Air National Guard, is set to host two vaccine clinics in Marshfield and Seymour.

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The Niangua FFA chapter will be hosting it’s first annual consignment auction on Saturday, May 1. The event will act as a fundraiser, with the auctioneers donating their time and services so the chapter can keep the commissions off the sale. 

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On Monday, April 26, the Webster County Health Unit arrived to work to find our these signs from the Marshfield United Methodist Church, thanking them for the great things they do. According to the Webster County Health Unit, navigating a public health department through a pandemic has not b…

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Alison Arngrim portrayed Nellie Oleson on NBC’s hit series, Little House on the Prairie from 1974 to 1981. The star appeared at the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival's Nostalgia Fest Autograph Show on Saturday, April 24 where Marshfield third grader, Breanna Wheeler claimed to be her “biggest fan.”

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Baseball legend and Missouri’s own Bill Virdon, now of Springfield, made his way to Marshfield for the Cherry Blossom Festival and spoke about life and baseball at the Marshfield Assembly of God on Thursday, April 22. 

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Those who attended the 16th Annual Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield probably saw the vendors along Marshfield’s historic square downtown, including a Marshfield Mail booth!