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It’s hard to believe that my stay here at the Marshfield Mail has come to an end with school starting back up soon. I enjoyed working here… I was able to share moments and places in amazing … more
Compared to Missouri itself, Marshfield’s girls basketball program is quite young. Its inaugural season was just 1975. It cannot be omitted, though, when talking about the Show-Me State and … more
Pit Bulls are declared presumptively dangerous in Marshfield and I am somewhat to blame. I recall the city made this declaration due to the information available at the time (2017).  Law officers … more
When Governor Parson spoke last week on the square in Marshfield, we had an opportunity to hear about the history of our state, as well as the history of Marshfield from Mayor Natalie McNish. While … more
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it 6,932 times. Nothing in life lasts forever. I mean, there are likely a few exceptions. And that’s because I generally don’t believe in … more
Previously, I covered the current requirements in Chapter 215, Article II of Marshfield City Code for anyone owning a presumptively dangerous dog inside the city limits.  Here I will focus on the … more
During a time when our entire country is preparing for an Independence Day celebration, Americans are beaming with pride for our athletes who have done remarkable in the Olympic trails taking place … more
In the introductory column of “The Other Side,” I introduced yard signs as this week’s topic by equating them to either flowers or weeds in the garden.  While feedback reflected a unified … more
After attending nearly a decade worth of graduations that weren’t my own, I finally realize the emotion behind the ceremonial celebrations. This year, they hit me a lot, lot harder. They say … more
Exactly five years ago I was watching everyone I entered college with walk across a stage and take the first step toward their new careers. I, on the other hand, was devastated and embarrassed by … more
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
Cindy Rachelle Cantrell, age 53, of Niangua, Missouri, was born June 20,1967, in Wichita, Kansas, to Gordon and Virginia L. (Payne) Johnson, bothproceeded her in death. She was welcomed into the arms … more
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