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Most families spend their final days of summer planning trips to the lake, barbecues, or enjoying the warm weather, but that's not the case for both the Plemmons and Virella families. These families begin planning their outdoor Halloween decorations. more
Kenneth Livingston, of Marshfield, is currently on trial in a Taney County courtroom over charges he received nearly four years ago. The trial began on Monday, Oct. 25, at 9am.  more
For over a week, the Facebook group, “Now you Know...Marshfield, MO,” started receiving numerous posts and tips about a rogue chicken.  Several I-44 commuters spotted a red … more
Those who grew up in Marshfield and surrounding cities know the joys of Halloween trick or treating at the Webster County Courthouse. While the classic holiday traditions as haunted last Halloween … more
Sophomore golfer Marlee Edgeman went down in history Tuesday, Oct. 19 as Marshfield’s first ever state champion golfer after shooting a combined score of 151. Edgeman recorded a 72 on … more
A Marshfield business is petitioning the City of Marshfield for the ability to serve liquor at their new restaurant location. more
Marshfield High School’s Speech and Debate team traveled to the Willard Invitational and placed. The four pictured students are first or second-year competitors. (Pictured left to right) Shiann … more
Marshfield Community Theater’s education department is hosting the virtual sketch comedy show, “Comedy Tonight: Halloween” Friday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. The show will be streamed LIVE … more
Aldermen for the City of Marshfield met Thursday, Oct. 14 at City Hall with a full agenda. The meeting began with an announcement of a new city employee, Steve Deckard. Deckard is now the City of … more
The Marshfield Mail was granted a $500 scholarship from the Ozark Press Association to add summer intern, Deanna Chapman. Chapman worked for the Mail from June to August of this year, learning the … more
The Marshfield Mail pleased for the addition of another local reporter to its editorial team. Alyssa Andrews, a Marshfield High School graduate, is dedicated to the Webster County community and … more
Just like any profession, there are days where I find myself questioning how on earth I found myself on this career path. I wanted to be a doctor. *Cue laughs* Actually, I didn’t take a … more
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