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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

Building on Missouri’s efforts to control, contain and combat COVID-19, Gov. Mike Parson last week issued a statewide “Stay Home Missouri” order, which became effective at 12:01 a.m. Monday morning and remains in effect until 11:59 p.m. Friday, April 24.

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

As of last Wednesday, April 1, Webster County was the seventh-best county in Missouri when it comes to filling out information for the U.S. Census Bureau as the federal agency completes its 2020 census.

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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.

President Donald Trump on Thursday approved Missouri Gov. Mike Parson’s request for a federal major disaster declaration for the state of Missouri.

Two died early last Monday morning, March 23, in a two-vehicle, head-on accident on Highway A, four miles south of Marshfield.

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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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At 5:28 p.m. last Tuesday, March 24, Downtown Drug on the south side of the Seymour square served its last customer of the day.

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During the time period from March 4 through March 29, the Seymour Police Department answered 223 calls for service, issued 17 warnings, 22 summons, and four people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

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Webster County Presiding Commissioner Paul Ipock, R-Diggins, just spoke to the Webster County Citizen a few minutes ago and said that as of 1:45 p.m. today (Wednesday), 94 Webster County residents have been tested for COVID-19, per the Webster County Health Unit.

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The Webster County Health Unit announces its second laboratory confirmed positive case of COVID-19 in Webster County. This information was just received late yesterday afternoon, and this is in follow up to the original post last night.

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) has launched a new comprehensive coronavirus resource page on his website. Missourians can find information about what is included in the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act” and what assistance they may be eligible for. To get the lat…

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