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May is mental health awareness month. For those of you that experience mental health issues, you can only hope that your symptoms of depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, etc, only lasted a month. … more
Gary Wayne Genetti, 76, Marshfield was born October 10, 1944 to David and Nellie (Kesterson) Genetti. He passed away May 10, 2021 in his home.Gary worked as a truck driver for most of his life, … more
In the last month or so, I’ve learned a great deal from former Mayor Robert Williams about the branch of Sleep in Heavenly Peace he and a group of his friends are bringing to our community. The … more
This weekend marks Mother’s Day – a time when we celebrate and honor the most amazing, loving and patient individuals on earth. I’m sure others feel this way also, but I’m quite certain I … more
For the past several weeks, I’ve noticed more of a narrative about homeless people and their presence in Marshfield, especially on good old Facebook. Whether you’ve noticed it or not, there is a … more
My fiancé and I visited a bar in Springfield this week that we frequented when we lived there. The atmosphere is laid back and calm compared to the normal bar experience and the food is excellent … more
Thank you for allowing me the privilege to serve you the last 10 years.We (the Board of Aldermen, City Leaders, City Staff, and Community) have accomplished so much in these 10 years. And I am … more
I went without a suit to meet some bee ladies last week for the first time, and wow am I mesmerized. I never realized how much of a learning experience it would to bee-friend our little pollinator … more
I sat outside First Baptist Church Sunday morning, watching the sun peek through the pine trees as the spring calves frolicked in the field behind the still-silent keyboard. The anticipation for the … more
With the start of spring, folks are spending a lot more time outdoors and enjoying God’s nature. While we have so much to be proud of in the Ozarks, I’ve noticed lots of universal complaining … more
The first books I read in second grade was “Cat In the Hat” and “Cat In the Hat Comes Back.” Theodore Seuss Geisel (or Dr. Seuss) is one of the authors I admired in school and paved the … more
Jerry W. Ragsdale left his earthly journey and began his heavenly journey February 21, 2021.  His life is an example of running the race with endurance and the hard work necessary to realize your … more
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