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Rebecca Cheek from Marshfield pleaded guilty before Judge Chuck Replogle on April 24 for Class C Felony of Stealing $25,000 or more following a theft that occurred in 2021. more
Local business owners and those looking to network are invited to attend the second Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce networking event; Coffee and Conversations. The event will take place on May 11 at 8 a.m. at the Webster Electric Co-Op, located at 120 Vivian Street. more
On Tuesday, May 2, the Marshfield Parks and Recreation Board held its monthly meeting with two topics on the agenda. more
April was a musical month for schools, as it was time for the District and State Music Festivals. Fordland, Marshfield, and Logan-Rogersville received numerous exemplary ratings at the District festival on April 11. more
Eastbound I-44 traffic will be split near mile marker 105.4 east of Marshfield while crews replace bridges over the Niangua River. Work will begin the week of May 8 and will remain in this pattern until the completion of the project, sometime in late November. more
The Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival was jam-packed with many events, panels, and celebrities. Making its first appearance at the festival was the Memories of Elvis Presley-The King of Rock and Roll panel. What made this panel special was the guests it featured as most of them had worked with Elvis on a personal level. more
The Marshfield Schools Alumni Luncheon took place on Saturday, April 29 with a packed cafeteria at the Marshfield First Baptist Church. Five Bluejays received their honorary diplomas from Marshfield High School and two Distinguished Alumni awarded with plaques noting their contributions to the community following graduation in addition to Marshfield graduates of all ages enjoying lunch and fellowship with one another. more
The Marshfield Farmers Market entered its summer season Friday, with stands going up at the Young’s Shopping Center through October. more
Keith Bridges, of Strafford, has been charged with three felonies; two counts of first-degree rape or attempted rape in the first degree, and one count of sodomy or attempted sodomy in the first degree. The following information comes from a probable cause statement by the Webster County Sheriff's Office. more
Route 66 has made room for travelers across the U.S. for nearly a century as one of our nations original highways. The Mother Road, as its been dubbed, has been home to thousands of locally owned businesses since its beginning and it’s beautiful to see some of these family-ran establishments still operating today. more
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