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On Thursday, May 26, the Marshfield Board of Alderman and City officials gathered to decide and discuss a number of potential improvements for the city. Marc Baker, the Parks Activity Director, … more
The Marshfield track and field program finished off the 2021-’22 season with a hoard of top performances The team took home 15 medals in 9 events at the MSHSAA Class 4 State Track and Field … more
In 1977, the small school of Elkland closed its doors for the final time. At the time, the building was over 40 years old and the school faced financial problems. The 80 elementary students who … more
“Keep on going” were the famous last words of Thelma and Louise as they refuse to surrender and drive their 1966 Thunderbird over the Grand Canyon. This cinematic scene, remarkably, is … more
The life and legacy of Lieutenant Matthew Blankenship is one not easily forgotten in the small town of Marshfield. In July 13, 2013, Blankenship responded to a structural fire near the Niangua area. … more
Warm weather promises treasure seekers, thrifty shoppers and tire kickers all one thing: yard sales. In fact, the 1st Annual Webster County Yard Sale takes place Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4. … more
From humble beginnings to approaching its first year open, the Fordland Memorial Library serves a big purpose in its little town. “In 2015 the Webster County Library grant agreement with the … more
Stanley “Buck” Nichols was celebrated Thursday, May 26 at City Hall for his 19 years of service and his retirement from the City of Marshfield. Buck served as the cit’s wastewater … more
Hot, ready and incredibly affordable, Little Caesars Pizza opened in Marshfield in April by two veterans;  Tom and Mechelle Fitzgerald. Tom served five years in the Navy, Mechelle served three … more
A marshfield home was hit twice in the same week by two different burglars. David Anthony Royalty of Strafford was arrested on charges of Burglary on Sunday May 15 after breaking into a home on … more
May welcomes the 30th anniversary of National Drug Court Month; a month-long celebration recognizing the lifesaving work, education and success found throughout the program. More than 150,000 … more
As many districts celebrate the last week of school, they also look at proactive approaches to ensure the 2022-’23 school year runs smoothly. One hurdle in particular is being addressed now: … more
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