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Living off the grid today is not as easy as it was a hundred years ago. Back then there wasn’t a grid and everyone was just living. Today, you need to recapture the past — relearn things that were known a long time ago but have been forgotten today.

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On Saturday, the Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual golf tournament at Whispering Oaks golf course in Marshfield. Seventy teams played this year, and two golfers, Brad Gregory and Shelly Arnold, got holes-in-one.

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 Since she started her position in 2018, Ronda Hubbard has been actively involved in the Marshfield R-I School District, serving as the district’s activities director and transportation director.

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When Cody Bull came back to Marshfield High School as head varsity football coach in the summer of 2017, he opened up the football team’s regular summer training program to sports outside of football, hoping to create a more coordinated effort among the school’s athletics programs.

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Five recent Marshfield graduates suited up for this year's annual Sertoma Grin Iron Classic all-star football game at JFK stadium in Springfield, getting the opportunity to play together one more time under Marshfield head varsity football coach Cody Bull, who led the West team.

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The Marshfield Baseball Club, the summer league team featuring the majority of the Marshfield varsity baseball players, played a series of tough games in Joplin over the weekend and took an uncharacteristic string of three losses.

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Five recent Marshfield graduates suited up for this year's annual Sertoma Grin Iron Classic all-star football game at JFK stadium in Springfield, getting the opportunity to play together one more time under Marshfield head varsity football coach Cody Bull, who led the West team.

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In April, Logan-Rogersville head girls basketball and softball coach Denny McHenry announced that he would be stepping down from his position with the basketball team, and the district chose Missouri State University’s director of basketball operations, Matt Bolger, to take over for the team.

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The Mail’s coverage area features many of the top athletes in southwest Missouri, as evidenced by the abundance of selections to all-conference and all-district teams made in the last two weeks.

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On Wednesday, Marshfield High School installed two new scoreboards and a video board in their main gym. Marshfield activities and transportation director Ronda Hubbard noted that the upgrade will have a range of benefits for Blue Jay athletes, students and parents, and perhaps most excitingl…

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The Marshfield varsity baseball squad may have ended their season with a state sectional loss to Helias Catholic, but for most of the team’s coaches and players, that wasn’t enough baseball to satisfy.

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Marshfield High School track and field put up a program-best showing in this year’s Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 4 state championship meet in Washington on Saturday, collecting 11 total medals across eight events.

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It appears winter is going to finally loosen its grip on the Ozarks. That means more time outdoors to enjoy nature, more time outdoors to enjoy sports and hunting and fishing and more time outdoors to get lost!

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The start of the game held great promise, but the Strafford High School baseball team saw the wheels fall off the cart in the last three innings of their 5-3 loss to Ava in the Class 3 District 11 finals last Wednesday afternoon at Fair Grove.

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A pair of Logan-Rogersville athletes put in strong enough performances at Saturday's state sectional track and field meet in West Plains to move on the highest level of competition in Missouri Class 4. Wildcat juniors Jay Strausbaugh and Adam Waters qualified to compete at the state champion…

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The Marshfield track and field progrrm took 13 of their top varsity athletes to West Plains for the Class 4 Section 1 state sectional meet on Saturday and took the place by storm, qualifying eight of those athletes in 10 events for Friday and Saturday’s state championship meet in Jefferson City.

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After 14 years of being denied a district title, the six-inning, 10-0 victory over Salem for the Class 4 District 10 championship on Tuesday, May 14, felt like something of an anti-climax for the Blue Jays baseball squad. In fact, combined with the previous day’s semifinal against Eldon, the…

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The Logan-Rogersville girls soccer squad blasted through their district tournament to rise to the state sectional match in St. Clair on Saturday. It was their first return to sectionals since 2016, and unfortunately for the Lady Wildcats, it went much the same way as that ill-fated loss to Bolivar.