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A three-person volunteer crew from the Seymour Life Church stayed busy for a solid two hours last Friday morning at the Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue.

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Volunteers, were on duty last Friday, handing out 133 meals and many more gallons of milk until supplies ran out.

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A three-person volunteer crew from the Seymour Life Church stayed busy for a solid two hours last Friday morning at the Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue.

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Volunteers, were on duty last Friday, handing out 133 meals and many more gallons of milk until supplies ran out.

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The Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield late last week announced its third laboratory-confirmed positive case of COVID-19 in Webster County

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Per the statewide order issued last Friday by Gov. Mike Parson, all of Missouri's businesses now have occupancy limits.

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Citywide Cleanup, which was previously scheduled for the first part of May, will be rescheduled to June. We will announce the new date as soon as we get it scheduled with WCA. 

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We lost power at City Hall temporarily which caused recording of the meeting to stop. The open session was ending at that time so it was immediately adjourned and the Board moved in to closed session.

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The Webster County Commission, in a special meeting held last Wednesday afternoon, March 25, adopted Order No. 2020-03, requesting residents to "stay at home."

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As of 10 p.m. Sunday night, Wright County has four positive cases of COVID-19, including one in the Hartville area, two in the Mansfield area and one in the Mountain Grove area, the Wright County Health Department announced.

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CITY OF SEYMOUR COVID-19 UPDATE: City Administrator Hillary Gintz just announced that all of the playground equipment at the city of Seymour’s parks are closed, effective immediately, following the announcement earlier this morning by the Webster County Commission of the first confirmed coro…

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As the COVID-19 crisis is sweeping the nation, state, county and cities, perhaps it’s easy to become “down and out,” so to speak, as most of us are cooped in our homes a majority of the time.

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