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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Monday, Aug. 2 - The Seymour Lions Club Blood Drive, 2 to 7 p.m. Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue (Business 60). Call 417-227-5006 or go to www.cbco.org/donate-blood. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Thursday, Aug. 5 - Open House & Ice Cream…

It’s been a long time coming for Michael Wray Jr., who in just the eighth grade began thinking up plans to make his own board game.

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.

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Monday, Aug. 2 - The Seymour Lions Club Blood Drive, 2 to 7 p.m. Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue (Business 60). Call 417-227-5006 or go to www.cbco.org/donate-blood. See article on Page 3 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Thursday, Aug. 5 - Open House & Ice Cream…

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The Seymour Saddle Club will hold a ranch-team sorting event at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 31, at the club’s arena on Water Street.The event is open to the public.

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.

Nine dates officially have been booked on the upcoming 2021 schedule at the historic Owen Theatre, the Seymour Area Arts Council (SAAC) announced last week.

Seymour's Chelsea Respress, then 10 years old, was the winner of the kids' watermelon-eating contest at the 2019 Let Freedom Ring celebration held at Seymour's South Park.

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After being canceled a year ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Seymour Apple Festival is poised to come back strong this year as a bulk of the event’s entertainment has been booked.

May appears to be a busy month at the School Moms' Museum & Gallery on West Market Street, which is the former location of the Seymour Public Library.

Jessica Burks, MSN, FNP, has joined The Ozarks Community Hospital (OCH) Webster County Clinic.

JEFFERSON CITY — Lawmakers largely agreed upon the idea of requiring public schools to allow home-schooled students to participate in extra-curriculars during a debate last Tuesday, April 20, on the floor of the Missouri House of Representatives.

After a one-year hiatus, the Seymour MS Walk returns in 2021.

When the Seymour Farmers’ Market made its debut early this month on April 3, the event was greeted with immediate success.

Receiving a $1,200 grant last Wednesday, March 24, from the Greater Seymour Area Foundation (GSAF) was the Seymour Area Arts Council for its ongoing renovation of the historic Owen Theatre in the city's downtown, where new curtains and stage lights soon will be installed.

Receiving a $1,200 grant last Wednesday, March 24, from the Greater Seymour Area Foundation (GSAF) was the Seymour Friends of the Library organization, which assists with a wide variety of programs at the Seymour Community Library.

Receiving a $1,137.33 grant last Wednesday, March 24, from the Greater Seymour Area Foundation (GSAF) was the city of Fordland and, specifically, the Fordland Police Department for a bulletproof vest and body camera for officers.