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Roughly 1-1/2 years ago, Cathleen “Cathy” Rahder sued the Seymour R-II School District for $1 million.

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The Seymour R-II School District is prepared and ready for the upcoming 2020-21 school year, which has its first day of classes set for Tuesday, Aug. 25.

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The national COVID-19 pandemic struck hard on the local level last week with perhaps its largest Seymour casualty to date.

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The historic Owen Theatre presents its second post-pandemic performance in 2-1/2 weeks when the bluegrass band “Marideth Sisco & Accomplices,” featuring Bo Brown, Marideth Sisco and Dave Wilson, visits for a two-hour show on Saturday, Aug. 22, at the downtown venue.

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Drivers can expect lane closings beginning in mid-August when a project to make intersection safety improvements and resurface U.S. 60 begins between a point east of Industry Road in Rogersville and Skyline Road in Seymour, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).

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On only his second full day on the job, new Seymour Police Department offi cer Gabe Stroud found drugs on a man traveling through town who also happened to be sought on a pair of active felony warrants.

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Webster County complete  election results can be found at: https://webstercountymo.gov/unofficial-results-august-primary

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Tomorrow (Thursday) is distribution day at The King’s Food Pantry in Seymour for the monthly Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) for senior citizens, known as the “Senior Box Program.”

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In the annuals of primary elections in Webster County, next Tuesday’s election likely won’t be remembered as an exciting one.

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On Monday, A+J Vintage Market & Boutique and The Mason Jar Tea Room in Seymour received a federal grant from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (C.A.R.E.S.) Act for $3,112.91.

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She grew up in the hustle and bustle of a big city, but family nurse practitioner Amber Brown is loving the small-townlife.

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A 60-year-old Seymour man faces six felony charges, four for first-degree felony sodomy for having deviate sexual intercourse with a child less than 14 years old and two for first-degree child molestation, all in connection with alleged crimes where his two young victims were his nieces.

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Earlier this year in January, the Seymour R-II Board of Education approved its 2020-21 school calendar with the first day of the upcoming school year set for Aug. 25.

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Courtesy of city of Seymour employee Theresa Mitchell, the eight flower pots on the four corners of the city square have new flowers.

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The local effort to bring federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (C.A.R.E.S.) Act money to the Seymour community reached a landmark last Thursday when the first Seymour assistance check was presented.

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The final five of 12 three-light light posts to be installed in the Seymour Downtown Park at the center of the city square have arrived.

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The "Notice of Tax Certificate Sale" is listed on Page 7 of this week's Citizen.

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Brendan Brooke, who works in the city of Seymour's water department, sprays down the old city jail building with a power washer last week to complete the cleaning project at the city's 1926 water tower, which was repainted late last month.

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During the time period from June 2 through July 5, the Seymour Police Department answered 311 calls for service, issued 53 traffic warnings and 42 summons, and seven people were booked in at the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

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Two brothers, one 22 years old and the other 18, each face six felony counts of statutory rape and one count of incest for allegedly having sexual relations with their sister, who was 13 years old when the alleged actions occurred.

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Last week, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft traveled the state to discuss election-law changes brought about by Senate Bill 631, which created a COVID-related option to vote by absentee ballot and offers every registered voter an opportunity to vote by mail-in ballot with notarization.

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Friday & Saturday, August 7-8 - Back 2 School Kids' Fest & Youth Revival; Friday, 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. & 4 p.m.; Seymour Freewill Baptist Church. For additional information see article on page 12 and ad on Page 4 of this week's Citizen.Saturday, Aug. 22 - Marideth Sisc…

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Roughly 1-1/2 years ago, Cathleen “Cathy” Rahder sued the Seymour R-II School District for $1 million.

breaking

The Seymour R-II School District is prepared and ready for the upcoming 2020-21 school year, which has its first day of classes set for Tuesday, Aug. 25.

breaking

The national COVID-19 pandemic struck hard on the local level last week with perhaps its largest Seymour casualty to date.

breaking

The historic Owen Theatre presents its second post-pandemic performance in 2-1/2 weeks when the bluegrass band “Marideth Sisco & Accomplices,” featuring Bo Brown, Marideth Sisco and Dave Wilson, visits for a two-hour show on Saturday, Aug. 22, at the downtown venue.

breaking

Drivers can expect lane closings beginning in mid-August when a project to make intersection safety improvements and resurface U.S. 60 begins between a point east of Industry Road in Rogersville and Skyline Road in Seymour, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).

breaking

On only his second full day on the job, new Seymour Police Department offi cer Gabe Stroud found drugs on a man traveling through town who also happened to be sought on a pair of active felony warrants.

breaking
  • Updated

Webster County complete  election results can be found at: https://webstercountymo.gov/unofficial-results-august-primary

  • Updated

Tomorrow (Thursday) is distribution day at The King’s Food Pantry in Seymour for the monthly Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) for senior citizens, known as the “Senior Box Program.”

  • Updated

In the annuals of primary elections in Webster County, next Tuesday’s election likely won’t be remembered as an exciting one.

  • Updated

On Monday, A+J Vintage Market & Boutique and The Mason Jar Tea Room in Seymour received a federal grant from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (C.A.R.E.S.) Act for $3,112.91.

  • Updated

She grew up in the hustle and bustle of a big city, but family nurse practitioner Amber Brown is loving the small-townlife.

  • Updated

A 60-year-old Seymour man faces six felony charges, four for first-degree felony sodomy for having deviate sexual intercourse with a child less than 14 years old and two for first-degree child molestation, all in connection with alleged crimes where his two young victims were his nieces.

breaking

Earlier this year in January, the Seymour R-II Board of Education approved its 2020-21 school calendar with the first day of the upcoming school year set for Aug. 25.

  • Updated

Courtesy of city of Seymour employee Theresa Mitchell, the eight flower pots on the four corners of the city square have new flowers.

  • Updated

The local effort to bring federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security (C.A.R.E.S.) Act money to the Seymour community reached a landmark last Thursday when the first Seymour assistance check was presented.

  • Updated

The final five of 12 three-light light posts to be installed in the Seymour Downtown Park at the center of the city square have arrived.

breaking
  • Updated

The "Notice of Tax Certificate Sale" is listed on Page 7 of this week's Citizen.

  • Updated

Brendan Brooke, who works in the city of Seymour's water department, sprays down the old city jail building with a power washer last week to complete the cleaning project at the city's 1926 water tower, which was repainted late last month.

  • Updated

During the time period from June 2 through July 5, the Seymour Police Department answered 311 calls for service, issued 53 traffic warnings and 42 summons, and seven people were booked in at the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

  • Updated

Two brothers, one 22 years old and the other 18, each face six felony counts of statutory rape and one count of incest for allegedly having sexual relations with their sister, who was 13 years old when the alleged actions occurred.

  • Updated

Last week, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft traveled the state to discuss election-law changes brought about by Senate Bill 631, which created a COVID-related option to vote by absentee ballot and offers every registered voter an opportunity to vote by mail-in ballot with notarization.

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