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Spring is a time for growth… Growth for the fields, for the Marshfield Mail and for me personally. My life’s greatest joy for the past few years have been this paper, so I would like our … more
No one understands the definition of blood, sweat and tears better than an MMA fighter who has spent the last six months training for a one-night cage fight. This past Saturday, two Marshfield … more
Deanna Moore has been selected as the new publisher of the Phillips Media weekly group in southwest Missouri. Moore will be in charge of the daily newspaper operations for the Marshfield Mail, … more
Ahead of Thanksgiving, the Webster County Health Unit is monitoring active cases in its communities as COVID continues its pandemic. With 111 deaths since the beginning, the health unit urges those … more
Crews from the City of Marshfield will pick up limbs from residential addresses starting Monday, Nov. 8 through Tuesday, Nov. 30. This service is meant for non-commercial disposal of limbs throughout … more
Those who grew up in Marshfield and surrounding cities know the joys of Halloween trick or treating at the Webster County Courthouse. While the classic holiday traditions as haunted last Halloween … more
Marshfield Community Theater’s education department is hosting the virtual sketch comedy show, “Comedy Tonight: Halloween” Friday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. The show will be streamed LIVE … more
Just like any profession, there are days where I find myself questioning how on earth I found myself on this career path. I wanted to be a doctor. *Cue laughs* Actually, I didn’t take a … more
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes a new coordinator, Kellee Fiscus, who started Oct. 1. Fiscus replaces Kasey Mathews who served from 2018 through September of this year. “I … more
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