Local artist Sharon Young currently is restoring the large mural on the east side of the O'Reilly Auto Parts building at the southeast corner of the Seymour square.

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Saturday, Nov. 6, 13, 20 - Nov. 6, "Wise Guys"; Nov. 13 "Geezer The Band"; Nov. 20, "Turnbo Creek" - Each show starts at 7 p.m. See article on Page 2 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Friday, Dec. 3- Santa's Workshop, Seymour YMCA. Call for application by calling Alicia Hagen…

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Canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual “Santa’s Workshop” event — held at the Seymour YMCA and sponsored by the Seymour Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) — arrives this year on Friday, Dec. 3.

Allyson Marie Penner and Winthrop Joseph “Wint” Watwood were united in marriage on Sunday, June 6.

The new Seymour Arts & Crafts Market on the south side of the city square opened for business last Saturday.

Seymour’s Mean Greens Farm, located about two miles northeast of the city limits at 1501 State Highway AB, has opened its fall maze.

Officials from the Fordland Memorial Library, located at 157 West Main Street in the heart of the 800-resident city, said the inaugural car and bike show held at the library on Sept. 18 was a great success.

Thank you to everyone who took their children on the “StoryWalk” during the Seymour Apple Festival. It was so much fun to watch the children’s faces.

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Saturday, Nov. 6, 13, 20 - Nov. 6, "Wise Guys"; Nov. 13 "Geezer The Band"; Nov. 20, "Turnbo Creek" - Each show starts at 7 p.m. See article on Page 2 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Friday, Dec. 3- Santa's Workshop, Seymour YMCA. Call for application by calling Alicia Hagen…

Lifetime Seymour residents Frank and Betty Lou Ipock will celebrate their 74th wedding anniversary this Sunday.

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Canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual “Santa’s Workshop” event — held at the Seymour YMCA and sponsored by the Seymour Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) — arrives this year on Friday, Dec. 3.

Allyson Marie Penner and Winthrop Joseph “Wint” Watwood were united in marriage on Sunday, June 6.

Seymour’s Mean Greens Farm, located about two miles northeast of the city limits at 1501 State Highway AB, has opened its fall maze.

Officials from the Fordland Memorial Library, located at 157 West Main Street in the heart of the 800-resident city, said the inaugural car and bike show held at the library on Sept. 18 was a great success.

Thank you to everyone who took their children on the “StoryWalk” during the Seymour Apple Festival. It was so much fun to watch the children’s faces.

Each year, the Seymour Apple Festival's turtle race race draws both excitement and a large number of children competitors.

Here is the lineup for the 2021 Seymour Apple Festival parade, which had 78 entries and stepped off Saturday morning on the city square.

We have a new look at our library. We have new computer chairs and other new looks.

Come see the continued improvements at your Seymour Community Library (SCL).

The city of Seymour will play a part in kicking off the holiday season later this year with its “Shop Seymour This Christmas” event, which gets under way Saturday, Nov. 20, and continues through Thursday, Dec. 9, concluding with a variety of giveaways on the promotion’s final day.

The Webster County Historical Society is working on a book to honor the men with Webster County ties who died while serving in the U.S. military from the Civil War to the present day.

Tom Claxton, second from right, presents his $2,000 donation to the Owen Theatre with Seymour Area Arts Council members, from left, Mike and Debbie Borders, Julie Thomas and Dan Wehmer.

On July 27 during the annual conference and meeting of the Missouri Coroners and Medical Examiners Association, Webster County Coroner Michael P. Taylor, R-Marshfield, was elected to the board of directors of the Missouri Coroners and Medical Examiners Association as the group’s Troop D Director.

Many of our readers certainly do remember it, as has been expressed to the Webster County Citizen staff over the years. Courtesy of a Missouri Community Betterment (MCB) scrapbook found in the archives of the Seymour Community Library, the photograph taken in May 1965, was discovered soon af…

The Seymour Merchants’ Association meets at 6 p.m. next Monday evening at the Webster County Citizen office on the west side of the Seymour square.

The Seymour Saddle Club will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. next Monday evening at the club’s arena on Water Street in Seymour.

Former Webster County Citizen owner Gary Sosniecki’s book about his great-grandmother’s violent murder recently received the first-place Walter Williams Award, which is the top award in the Missouri Writers Guild’s 2021 President’s Contest.

Former Seymour residents Fred and Wanda (Fitzgerald) Napier of Marshfield celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday.

Courtesy of a $30,000 grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the Seymour South Park's playground has a new look as coated and bonded rubber mulch made from recycled tires is the new surface for the park's equipment.

If you drive behind Seymour’s Hucklebuck 60 Bar-B-Q at the city’s west edge north of U.S. 60, to the right you’ll find Dazey’s Pet Grooming, where Julianna Hogue hones her craft of grooming all breeds of cats and dogs.

The Seymour Friends of the Library and the community welcome two new members to the Seymour Community Library Board. They are Ashlee Clayton and Matt Hickey.