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Marshfield’s own Bailee Nunn has been selected as one of College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association’s (CSCAA’s) 100 greatest swimmer and divers of the past century. The … more
Larry Allen Dinwiddie plead guilty Monday, Nov. 15 to the charges of second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the 2015 death of his wife, Cynthia Dinwiddie. Sentencing is set for Tuesday, … more
The cruise family gathered at the Webster County Fairgrounds October 23 for their five year reunion. Their union, hosted by the children of Gilbert and Mary Kammerer Cruise was started in 1981 when … more
More than $28,000 in grants were distributed earlier this month by the Webster Electric Foundation, primarily from proceeds received through the Operation Round Up program. Webster Electric … more
I haven’t penned an opinion piece in a while and to be quite frank – it’s because I’m not sure what to say.  Everybody has heard the saying – Everyone you meet … more
The City of Marshfield has asked the community to complete a survey gauging responses for future growth.    The city has partnered with the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments … more
Before and after: The famous Blue Jay atop Marshfield’s water tower off Spur Drive got a thorough spray down Wednesday, Nov. 3. The three oldest of the four city water towers underwent the … more
The City of Marshfield has received a TEAP grant from MoDOT, which will spur a traffic study along the city’s newest road improvements.  “We were awarded this grant through the … more
Aldermen for the City of Strafford met Monday, Nov 1 with a full schedule. The meeting began with the discussion of current bills and invoices paid by the city. City Administrator Martha Smartt … more
The City of Marshfield has officially ended its first year of youth volleyball. The program began mid-Sept and is composed of forty-two players ranging from 9-12 years old. Practices were held at … more
The City of Marshfield Youth Soccer games have officially ended. The final matches were played Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7. Rain and soppy playing conditions led to a few reschedules throughout … more
The current labor shortage has left many positions vacant. Marshfield Superintendent Mike Henry claims the district is no different than any other employer right now.  The district is looking … more
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