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Hitting the courts and starting their 2022 season was the Marshfield Boys basketball team. The Jay's first opponent of the season was the Forsyth Panthers. The first quarter appeared to be an even match with a score of 17-17. During that same quarter, Marshfield would score a trio of three-pointers: two by #2 Merrick Dennis and by #4 Tegen Curley. The rest of the game, though, would see the Panthers prowl and lead the board. The game would end with Forsyth winning 70 to Marshfield 62. more
Last Tuesday, Nov 22, just before Thanksgiving break, the students of Webster Elementary gathered for their first quarter Soaring BlueJays Assembly. This assembly is held in honor of students chosen by teachers who demonstrate academic excellence or leadership skills. Twenty-nine students were given a red carpet walk with awards, cheer from the assembly, a certificate, and 3D printed dog tags. more
If you live in or around the Conway, Missouri area you may have noticed a recent uptick in yards featuring a bright red toilet. If you’re wondering what the deal is, let the Marshfield Mail be the first to assure you that no, everyone in Conway did not recently decide to remodel their bathrooms. more
Last week the Conway school board approved 4-day school weeks starting next year. Marshfield Mail reached out to Dr. Luke Boyer, the Laclede County R-1 School District Superintendent, who shared the following. more
Last Friday, the students of Logan-Rogersville High school experienced their 8th Annual Career Day. During the day, students learned more about potential careers and the steps to get into those fields. Professions gathered from medical, automotive, law enforcement, and more. All eager to teach the students. more
This year Hubble Elementary school held its 2nd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. Here to recap the event is Mrs. Heather Summers, Art teacher for Hubble Elementary. more
Things geared up at the Strafford High School last Saturday, Nov 12, as FIRST was back for another season of robots, problem-solving, and, most importantly, teamwork. 21 teams participated, ranging from Camdenton, Mountain Grove, and Strafford. Teams were comprised of various grades and ages, ranging from fourth grade to seniors in high school. more
Basketball is not the only sport hitting the floors this winter. Additionally, high school wrestling will be begin and Webster County has some very talented athletes ready to hit the mats. The Marshfield Mail reached out to the both the Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville wrestling coaches to get a sneak peek before the season kicks off. more
Growing up, adults and schools offered various rewards for reading. Maybe it was a field trip, an ice cream party, or pizza. Then, in 1984, Pizza Hut began a reading program called Book It! The program encourages kids from pre-k to sixth grade to read. In exchange, they get a free personal pizza for free. Schools took off with the program after that. more
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" As kids, we would give answers such as an astronaut, president, or bullfighter, which was fun. But, as years went on, that little question started to loom over and cast a shadow filled with anxiety and dread, primarily as graduation from high school drew closer. "What do I want to be when I grow up?" more
This past Monday, Nov. 14, coaches, athletes and faculty members of Marshfield were honored when women's basketball legend and SMS Alumni Jackie Stiles offered to speak on her own pursuit to excellence and overcoming adversity. more
The L-R boys' soccer team took on Osage in the district championship match on Nov 2. Both teams were ambitious for this win, but only one would leave with the title this year and move on to State. So, after the starting teams were introduced, including returning goalkeeper Brady Goodson, the championship match commenced. more
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