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The Marshfield School Board met Monday, Nov. 15 with a short agenda. Main items to note from the meeting included upcoming filings for school board and a consideration of a shorter school … more
Webster Elementary is making read-alouds more interactive and making students really think about the focus skills each week of the school year.  The latest few books have set the scene for … more
Lacey Stokes, of Marshfield, pleaded guilty to four felonies Monday, Nov. 22 in Webster County Court. The original charges were filed in April based off investigations by Marshfield Police Department … more
Marshfield High School theatre students brought the classic production of The Wizard of Oz to life Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nov. 18-20. Rebounding from a COVID ridden year, the school’s … more
Students at Hubble Elementary got a taste of Thanksgiving break early with their very own Macy’s Thanksgiving Day inspired parade. The event took place on Monday, Nov. 22 with the help of … more
During the holiday season it is common to see bearded men in uniform, but they typically go by the name Santa Claus. The Marshfield Justice Center has visitors questioning who’s wearing the … more
Large crowds, cold weather and discounts that cannot be beat. Many shoppers find themselves wrapped around corporate stores and businesses the day after Thanksgiving. For some, the discounts justify … more
Cowboys and chili beans typically go hand in hand, but what about in the hands of Santa Claus? The Elkland Lions Club will be hosting a Chili Cook Off on Dec 4 at 5pm. The club will receive a visit … more
With new year just around the corner, Marshfield Alderman gathered on Monday evening, Nov. 22 to discuss current finances, potential growth and possible items in the 2022 budget. The meeting … more
To travel or not to travel. That is the question for couples like my husband and I. We love to travel, however, COVID-19 put a damper on that like many things.  Turquoise waters, white sand … more
Good things come to those who wait. However, Marshfield native, Tara Hunget was not convinced while bundled up at 6 a.m. on opening day, Nov.13.  Between the chatter of her teeth and the wind … more
The path to success does not always begin in college lecture halls or graduate schools, some begin in high school classrooms. Craig Hurst, language art instructor at Marshfield High School, is … more
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