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Mike Frazier of Web-Co Custom Industries, Inc., spoke to the Marshfield Board of Aldermen last Thursday during its meeting to discuss Web-Co’s recycling center.

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The Beckerdite Music store in Marshfield officially closed its doors on July 25, after being purchased by the Springfield Music Company.

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At Thursday's meeting of the Marshfield Board of Aldermen, Police Chief Doug Fannen introduced Justin Daniels, the newest member of the Marshfield Police Department, who was then sworn in.

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Chan Cooker with the Marshfield Rotary Club spoke regarding the Rotary Park restrooms and concession stands project on Thursday during the Marshfield Board of Aldermen meeting.

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Meeting a need. Amanda Burris, supervisor of the Webster County Children's Division, said that's what brought volunteers together for the Back-to-School Bash event Saturday at the Webster County Fairgrounds in Marshfield.

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SPRINGFIELD — Rogersville residents and business owners are urged to attend an Aug. 13 public meeting to learn more about plans to improve safety at three intersections along U.S. Route 60 on the east side of the Webster County community, the Missouri Department of Transportation said.

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Plans are progressing for the dedication of Patriot Park, the recreational complex that is being developed around the Marshfield Aquatic Center.

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Emma Cary, Marshfield, just returned from the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin, held July 29 to Aug. 4, and there she earned first place in her age category 14-15. More on her achievement will be featured in next week's issue of The Mail.

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He showed up at her home, at her friends' homes, and in one instance hid in the bathroom at her attorney’s office.

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The life of an heavy equipment operator is no easy task. It takes six rounds for Matt Vestal to finish cleaning up potholes and other damage on the roads in his area, which includes Elkland and Marshfield.

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Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe has been getting his kicks on Route 66 throughout much of his summer Missouri Adventure Tour — and on Wednesday, July 24, his travels brought him to Marshfield, home of Goodman’s Flavorings.