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Seymour resident Vincent Erickson has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class D Felony, following a routine traffic stop. more
High school football is entering its ninth week. I can hardly believe it myself, but it is true. So before the Friday night lights turn on, let’s look at what happened last week. more
Jennifer A. Montgomery is facing charge of possessing a controlled substance, a class D felony. Along with making a false declaration, a class B misdemeanor, after Highway Patrol made a traffic stop. more
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Students heading to in Niangua R-V schools Tuesday morning were told to brace for a potentially cold day at school. Temperatures dipped into the twenties and administration sent out an all call stating, “We are replacing the HVAC systems before winter which may cause chilly classrooms as fall temps drop. Please, dress appropriately.” more
Stanley D. Whitehurst received the Marshfieldian of the Year Award from the Marshfield Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 15. The award was presented by the chamber’s newest President, Jessica Rezak. more
The Marshfield Are Chamber of Commerce held their annual meeting on Saturday, Oct. 15. The Year-End Awards were presented and the new Board of Directors were announced. more
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, encourages everyone to have a safe Halloween. more
Mini-grants by the Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) Foundation for Agriculture have been awarded to educators across the state to enhance student exposure and understanding of agriculture. more
The Marshfield FFA program has been known to produce well-rounded and hardworking individuals that stay invested in our community. From banking, education, farming, and everything in between, most residents of Marshfield have that “blue jacket” hanging in their closets. more
I attended a newspaper conference last week that our entire staff (less Karen-we missed you Karen) was able to attend. Alyssa, J.T. and I hopped into Alyssa’s new car and hit the road for our two hour drive down to Cassville, MO. The conference was hosted by the Ozark Press Association and was a day filled with different topics to help improve the newspaper here at home. more
As part of the four week series on breast cancer, the last two weeks of our series will focus on stories from fighters and survivors of breast cancer. This week’s story is from Angela Crawford, a local Marshfield resident. more
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