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.

A "running book sale," as organizers describe the event, is under way at the Seymour Community Library, courtesy of the Seymour Friends of the Library organization.

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Today thru Monday, Nov. 30 - "Running Book Sale", Seymour Community Library, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Call library for info 417-935-4193. See article in this week's Citizen on Page 5 for additional information.Wedneday, Nov. 25 - DEADLINE EXTENDED! Share Your Christmas …

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A savings account for Seymour's Sally Findley has been established at The Seymour Bank after the sudden and tragic death of her husband, Bob.

The King’s Food Pantry comes together as a coalition of churches assisted by various civic organizations, government entities, private individuals and business seeking to meet the physical and spiritual needs of income-qualifying individuals and families in southern Webster County.

Yes, I’m a repeating record on this subject, but I remain posted up here on North Frances Street, waiting on efforts from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to help solve Seymour’s gas mystery. Actually, this is a plea to Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, asking for him to step in a…

Three-year-old Eliza Brooke was one of more than 1,000 youngsters who attended Saturday's annual "Trunk-Or-Treat" event, which was held that evening in near-perfect weather conditions.

Yes, I know it’s cold outside, but I couldn’t resist hitting the new underground swimming hole here in town on North Frances Street.

The project to install electronic metering for electric and water service in the city of Seymour is progressing.

Since we have a potential possum shortage because there are three suitors for former mayor Jerry Miller’s model, I took it upon myself to go snooping for a surplus.

Jerry Miller, a former mayor of Seymour, is very proud of his latest catch — an armadillo weighing in at 2-1/2 pounds that was digging in his garden.

Seymour's Dorothy Chadwell, known by generations in the community for her decades as a teacher for the Seymour R-II School District, celebrated her 94th birthday on Monday, Sept. 14, with a special parade at Glenwood Healthcare in Seymour, which was attended by many of her friends and family…

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Today thru Monday, Nov. 30 - "Running Book Sale", Seymour Community Library, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Call library for info 417-935-4193. See article in this week's Citizen on Page 5 for additional information.Wedneday, Nov. 25 - DEADLINE EXTENDED! Share Your Christmas …

A "running book sale," as organizers describe the event, is under way at the Seymour Community Library, courtesy of the Seymour Friends of the Library organization.

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A savings account for Seymour's Sally Findley has been established at The Seymour Bank after the sudden and tragic death of her husband, Bob.

The King’s Food Pantry comes together as a coalition of churches assisted by various civic organizations, government entities, private individuals and business seeking to meet the physical and spiritual needs of income-qualifying individuals and families in southern Webster County.

Seymour's Cub Scout Troop 91 gathered 98 items this year for "Socktober." Members of the local troop said they want to thank everyone in the community for their help in making this a successful sock drive that supports the Share Your Christmas effort in Seymour.

Yes, I’m a repeating record on this subject, but I remain posted up here on North Frances Street, waiting on efforts from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to help solve Seymour’s gas mystery. Actually, this is a plea to Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, asking for him to step in a…

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.

Three-year-old Eliza Brooke was one of more than 1,000 youngsters who attended Saturday's annual "Trunk-Or-Treat" event, which was held that evening in near-perfect weather conditions.

Yes, I know it’s cold outside, but I couldn’t resist hitting the new underground swimming hole here in town on North Frances Street.

The project to install electronic metering for electric and water service in the city of Seymour is progressing.

Since we have a potential possum shortage because there are three suitors for former mayor Jerry Miller’s model, I took it upon myself to go snooping for a surplus.

Jerry Miller, a former mayor of Seymour, is very proud of his latest catch — an armadillo weighing in at 2-1/2 pounds that was digging in his garden.

Seymour's Dorothy Chadwell, known by generations in the community for her decades as a teacher for the Seymour R-II School District, celebrated her 94th birthday on Monday, Sept. 14, with a special parade at Glenwood Healthcare in Seymour, which was attended by many of her friends and family…

Reflections Barbershop, owned by Don Spencer, who has been a longtime and successful barber in Springfield, opens for business next Monday on the west side of the Seymour square in the building that for more than a decade was the Westside Barber Shop.

Emergency Sight & Sound in Seymour, owned by Jason Thompson, left, recently received $1,525 in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance.

A collaborative group of Webster County’s healthcare providers will be offering drive-thru COVID-19 (the disease caused by the novel coronavirus) testing at no cost next Wednesday, Sept. 30, at the Webster County Fairgrounds in Marshfield, just north of the city square.

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

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.

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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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…