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The 2020 U.S. Census Bureau Survey will soon be upon us, and the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments is starting early to ensure that there is a complete count.

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DENVER — The Livestock Marketeers — an informal fraternity of livestock field people, auctioneers, sale managers and related livestock business leaders — has inducted Hoover Case of Marshfield into their Hall of Fame.

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Valentine's Day is the last day in his Marshfield City Building office for John Benson, who has served as City Administrator since 2016.

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The Marshfield Rotary Club held its annual Romance Raffle Saturday at the Marshfield Community Center. The event, which is the major fundraiser of the Rotary, provides Valentine's-style food and fun for area couples, while also funding such programs as "Don't Meth With Me," a drug-deterrent …

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A man is facing a charge of burglary in the first degree after he and another individual allegedly entered the building unlawfully.

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JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson focused on past achievements and future plans in the areas of workforce development and infrastructure improvements during his second State of the State address, delivered Wednesday afternoon to the Missouri General Assembly in the Capitol’s House chambers.

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Ahrens Insurance Company, located on the Marshfield square at 109 E. Jefferson St., recently celebrated its 50th year in business.

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To Webster County Coroner Michael Taylor, his job is pretty straightforward.

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JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded $6,164,000 in financial assistance to the City of Marshfield for upgrades to the city’s water system. The project is expected to be completed by March 2021.

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JEFFERSON CITY — In their day-to-day lives, journalists conduct interviews, cover meetings, immerse themselves in documents or rush to cover breaking news — and driving all of these actions is an insistence on the public’s right to know.

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Marshfield Mayor Robert Williams has decided not to run for an East Ward Alderman seat after all.

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Michael Griffin, 33, of Marshfield is in custody for allegedly shooting a man in the head. The victim, whose name has not been released, remains alive with life-threatening injuries at Cox South Hospital in Springfield.