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In April, the Marshfield Police Department saw a number of road rage reports. One of these resulted in the suspect garnishing a weapon, leading to their arrest.  more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Want some free fun that gets family and friends outside in nature? Get hooked on fishing with the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Free Fishing Days June 10 and 11. During Free Fishing Days, anyone may fish in the Show-Me State without having to buy a fishing permit, trout permit, or trout park daily tag. more
The second annual St. Jude Truck and Tractor Pulls went off without a hitch last weekend, held at the Webster County Fairgrounds in Marshfield Friday and Saturday, April 28-29. As the first official truck and tractor pulls of the season across the state of Missouri, spectators and pullers traveled for miles to attend the event. All workers were volunteers, allowing pull founder Jake Thornton to donate the entirety of the proceeds to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. more
Walk for Life is a fun, easy, non-athletic event to benefit Choices Pregnancy Center of Marshfield. This event is a family-friendly and appropriate for all age groups as the organization aims to raise $50,000 in support of their mission. more
Columbia, Mo.,—The Missouri Youth Show Pig Circuit (MYSPC) is excited to announce the selection of its first-ever Junior Board. This group of outstanding young swine exhibitors will be responsible for assisting at sanctioned shows throughout the 2023 season, planning member activities, and mentoring younger MYSPC members.  more
Webster County Safe Harbor hosted a coloring contest in support of Child Abuse Awareness Month in April. The artwork of the winners were exhibited at the booth at the Cherry Blossom Festival's Nostalgia Festival last weekend. In support of the month, Safe Harbor sent over 1,800 informational packets home with Webster County students in K-5th grade throughout the month. more
The workshop series convenes farmers and ranchers, faith leaders, rural health providers, USDA employees, and Federal, state, and university partners to dialogue and discuss mental health challenges, stressors, and the resources and services available to address them. Learn more about the USDA Mental Health Awareness Month Workshop Series.  more
On May 4, The Webster Electric Co-Op held its second quarterly round-up grant distribution meeting. For this quarter, Webster Electric gave $29,391.45 to local non-profits to aid in their various projects, from mowers, books, and resealing to scoreboards. The Marshfield Mail will feature each organization to learn more about them and what they will use their grants for. more
As our school year starts winding down, it is time to think about our students and their summer plans. Summers are a time of fun and enjoyment for kids, full of outdoor activities, bike rides, swimming, and more. For students in the age group we serve, however, it can also mean lots of unsupervised time. Many parents work Monday through Friday jobs, and kids ages 9-11 are often considered old enough to stay home alone. With this in mind, we will be having a Shook Safety Night on Tuesday, May 16 from 6:00-8:00 pm. This event is designed to provide parents with the knowledge necessary to keep their children safe, in hopes we will see all of our kiddos again in August, happy and healthy. more
It is that time of year again as the City of Marshfield will be holding its annual city-wide Spring Clean. The event will start this week on May 11 through May 13, then again on May 18 through May 20. more
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