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Courtesy of The Seymour Bank, the Seymour Area Arts Council last week received $5,000 to begin a project to install new lights in the historic Owen Theatre on the south side of the city square.

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You may have heard of Steve Carrier.

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Pastors Kenneth and Beverly Tooley are back at the Pentecostal Lighthouse Church, located south of Seymour on Highway K.

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Tuesday, Sept. 22 - Fish Fry, 4-6 p.m., Seymour Senior Citizens' Center. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Tuesday, Sept. 22 - Gary Sosniecki's Book Signing, 7 p.m., Owen Theatre. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Sa…

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OATS Transit is open for regular transportation service; however, face masks are required on the bus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call the OATS Transit office at 417-887-9272 or 800-770-6287 to schedule a ride or find out about service in your area.

Sales were brisk last Friday as the Seymour Senior Citizens' Center held a carryout fish fry as a fundraiser to help install at new roof on the facility located on the west side of the city square.

Renne's Place, a hair salon in Seymour, last week received $4,767.54 in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act funding from Terry Penner, left, administrator of the program for the city of Seymour.

Owner Jackie Hume, left, of Jack's Barber Shop in Seymour earlier this month received federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance in the amount of $1,204.28.

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Tuesday, Sept. 22 - Fish Fry, 4-6 p.m., Seymour Senior Citizens' Center. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Tuesday, Sept. 22 - Gary Sosniecki's Book Signing, 7 p.m., Owen Theatre. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Sa…

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Courtesy of The Seymour Bank, the Seymour Area Arts Council last week received $5,000 to begin a project to install new lights in the historic Owen Theatre on the south side of the city square.

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Louise Nichols, a lifelong Seymour resident now living with her daughter in Columbia, will celebrate her 90th birthday on Friday, Sept. 25.

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Pastors Kenneth and Beverly Tooley are back at the Pentecostal Lighthouse Church, located south of Seymour on Highway K.

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OATS Transit is open for regular transportation service; however, face masks are required on the bus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call the OATS Transit office at 417-887-9272 or 800-770-6287 to schedule a ride or find out about service in your area.

Sales were brisk last Friday as the Seymour Senior Citizens' Center held a carryout fish fry as a fundraiser to help install at new roof on the facility located on the west side of the city square.

Hair stylists Shyann Lindsey, left, and Allison Hyde, right, both from Designliner III in Seymour, each received federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance checks last week from Terry Penner, center, administrator of the program for the city of Seymour.

Renne's Place, a hair salon in Seymour, last week received $4,767.54 in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act funding from Terry Penner, left, administrator of the program for the city of Seymour.

Owner Jackie Hume, left, of Jack's Barber Shop in Seymour earlier this month received federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance in the amount of $1,204.28.

Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act money recently was awarded in the village of Diggins.

As of last Thursday, more than $85,000 in completed applications for federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance had been submitted to Webster County officials by Terry Penner, administrator of the federal program for the city of Seymour.

Last week, Hucklebucks Bar-B-Que in Seymour received assistance from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act as the local business on U.S. 60 was presented a $7,500 check by Terry Penner, center, administrator of the C.A.R.E.S. Act program for the city of…

The Seymour YMCA was the recipient of $3,048.96 in assistance from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act on Monday.

Listen, this scene on North Frances Street has me seriously concerned.

For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the nation more than five months ago, the Webster County Health Unit has issued an update listing the total number of cases in the county, as well as the communities where the cases originated.

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When Bion Irwin was only 8 years old, he had a front seat for a miracle.

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Abby McNish, a former resident of Seymour and the daughter of Jason and Jessica McNish of Ava, and "Luke," a registered Angus bull, took Senior Yearling Champion Bull at the Ozark Empire Fair in Springfield last week.

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The Seymour YMCA, represented by Guy Gerard, center, branch director, received a $1,000 grant this spring from the Greater Seymour Community Foundation (GSAF) as part of its 2020 grant cycle.

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The city of Seymour last week received just over $3,000 courtesy of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act funding awarded to Webster County.

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Former Webster County Citizen publisher Gary Sosniecki will present a program, “Uncovering A Deadly Family Secret,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at the historic Owen Theatre in downtown Seymour.

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Judy Young, right, sells a cantaloupe last Saturday at her fruit stand on North Main Street, across from The Seymour Bank.

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When planned, Saturday’s event at the Mean Greens Farm northeast of Seymour was a barbecue competition.

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Notice is hereby given that the Seymour R-II Board of Education will conduct a meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 9, 2020, at the administration office, located at 416 East Clinton Avenue.

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Matthew and Abi Akers-Haywood of Fordland are the proud parents of a new baby, a boy, Sylas Payne Haywood, born at 12:42 p.m. Friday, June 19, 2020, at Cox Medical Center South in Springfield.

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The Seymour Saddle Club will hold an equine “fun show” starting at 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon at the club’s arena, located on Water Street.

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The annual Morris-Ross reunion in Seymour has been canceled for this year due “to everything that’s going on,” organizers said.

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What the heck is going on here at the corner of East Clinton and North Charles streets?

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What exactly are the folks at Blue Collar Resale & Consignment reselling? Or consigning?