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Saturday, October 23rd, 2021, the Webster Lodge #98 will be hosting a Chili, soup, and Gumbo dinner in an effort to raise money for the Parents as Teachers organization, allowing them to purchase … more
The Board of Directors and the staff of Fordland Clinic are pleased to announce the appointment of Aimee Jarrett as Director of Operations. Aimee holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and … more
Rachel Renne Nottestad, 16, has been riding horses since she was in Elementary school. Nottestad actually started her horse adventure while she and her parents were living in Germany, beginning with … more
The Marshfield Mail would like to announce the addition of our newest editorial staff member, Abigail Swanigan. “There’s nothing like being in a small, supportive community like … more
Marshfield police officers have made an arrest following two carjackings and a pursuit that ended in a crash. On Monday, Oct. 4 suspect Shawn Hougardy, 46, allegedly jumped in an unoccupied, running … more
Each gallon of gas you purchase in Missouri now comes with an additional 2.5 cents more in taxes, an increase intended for state road improvement. At the end of the 2021 legislative session, … more
The Marshfield Community Theatre rolled out the red carpet for an eclectic Murder Mystery which wrapped production on Sunday, October 3. The show was penned by local performer and playwright, Patrick … more
Marshfield Junior High School students showed their Blue Jay spirit by dressing out for the designated spirit days leading up to Homecoming. The district set a school wide Road Trip to Homecoming … more
Pictured are Webster County Sheriff’s Deputies Bo Atkison (left) and Chelsea Loveland (right) after completing the 2-week training course required to become a D.A.R.E instructor. The two are … more
The Carnivor Festival is back and packed with fun for all ages. The Meat on US 66 first came to Marshfield in 2019 and was championed by local grillmaster Cooper Tyson. While the event was put on … more
Thursday evening the rain subsided just in time for the Blue Jay Homecoming parade to take place. The parade began at the Marshfield Justice Center, where floats lined the streets, and then it made … more
The Southwest Baptist University Area of Music hosted a band competition as part of the annual Homecoming parade on Oct. 2, through downtown Bolivar and the SBU campus. Parade bands were judged on … more
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