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“We’ll never get this to where everyone pays their exact fair share, but I do think this plan is as fair as we can be.” — Seymour North Ward Alderman Jim Ashley

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“Everyone tells me this was the largest sale ever. I sure know it was a big sale.” — Seymour FFA advisor

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During the time period from March 1 through March 31, the Seymour Police Department answered 224 calls for service, issued 47 traffic warnings and 23 summons, while eight people were booked into the Webster County Jail.

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Your assistance in helping the city of Seymour build its new park benches and tables for our parks was invaluable. To each and every FFA student who assisted in this project, as well as their advisor, Nick Guthery, the city of Seymour gives you a big "thank you."

The 46th annual consignment auction of the Seymour FFA Alumni Association this Saturday promises to be one of the best.

A year ago, the city of Seymour’s electric usage for February was 1,987,400 kilowatts (KWs).

Grand-prize winners at the Easter-egg hunt sponsored Saturday by the Seymour Merchants' Association were, from left, Keagan Johnson, ages 8 to 10 division; Rinley Levan, ages 4 and under; and Gracie Jo Skiles, ages 5 to 7.

When voters inside Seymour’s city limits head to the polls next Tuesday, there are two key races for two of four seats on the Seymour Board of Aldermen.

The Seymour Police Department is seeking information from the public about an electric pole at the intersection of Park and South Division streets that was snapped in two by a motorist around 10 p.m. last Friday night.

During the time period from Feb. 12 through March 11, officers from the Seymour Police Department answered 186 calls for service, issued 33 traffic warnings and 42 summons, while eight people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

Webster County, as well as the city of Seymour, stands to benefit greatly from the new American Rescue Plan Act, which was signed last week by President Joe Biden.

JEFFERSON CITY — In its final meeting before the Missouri Legislature’s spring recess, the Missouri Senate passed a slew of bills, including two closely monitored pieces of tax legislation that could have a considerable impact on the state.

Three motorists, all from out of state, sustained injuries that required transport to Cox Medical Center South in Springfield after a two-vehicle accident early last Saturday morning at the intersection of U.S. 60 and Highway A in Diggins, about five miles west of Seymour.

“I’m not trying to be a smart aleck about this, but this seems to be one of those cases where the old ‘be careful what you wish for’ adage rings true. I suppose that some of those who are running the library and the library board got what they wanted, but the price could end up being more th…

A Seymour Middle School student’s cry for help earlier this month led last week to assault charges being filed on a Seymour woman.

Courtesy of a joint effort between the city of Seymour and the Seymour Community Development

It has been brought to our attention there is a phone scam going around involving someone impersonating law enforcement, and possibly utilizing some of our Deputies actual names. Deputies from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office will not be asking for money over the phone.

One day after she turned three weeks old, Maisie Pogue had more than $7,000 given on her behalf.

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Sunday, April 4-Friday, April 9 - Revival, Seymour Freewill Baptist Church. Call Pastor Bion Irwin, 417-468-8175. See ad on Page 6 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Tuesday, April 6 - General Municipal Election. See ballots on Pages 7-9 in this week's Citizen. Also available …

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“We’ll never get this to where everyone pays their exact fair share, but I do think this plan is as fair as we can be.” — Seymour North Ward Alderman Jim Ashley

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“Everyone tells me this was the largest sale ever. I sure know it was a big sale.” — Seymour FFA advisor

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During the time period from March 1 through March 31, the Seymour Police Department answered 224 calls for service, issued 47 traffic warnings and 23 summons, while eight people were booked into the Webster County Jail.

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Your assistance in helping the city of Seymour build its new park benches and tables for our parks was invaluable. To each and every FFA student who assisted in this project, as well as their advisor, Nick Guthery, the city of Seymour gives you a big "thank you."

The 46th annual consignment auction of the Seymour FFA Alumni Association this Saturday promises to be one of the best.

A year ago, the city of Seymour’s electric usage for February was 1,987,400 kilowatts (KWs).

Grand-prize winners at the Easter-egg hunt sponsored Saturday by the Seymour Merchants' Association were, from left, Keagan Johnson, ages 8 to 10 division; Rinley Levan, ages 4 and under; and Gracie Jo Skiles, ages 5 to 7.

When voters inside Seymour’s city limits head to the polls next Tuesday, there are two key races for two of four seats on the Seymour Board of Aldermen.

The Seymour Police Department is seeking information from the public about an electric pole at the intersection of Park and South Division streets that was snapped in two by a motorist around 10 p.m. last Friday night.

During the time period from Feb. 12 through March 11, officers from the Seymour Police Department answered 186 calls for service, issued 33 traffic warnings and 42 summons, while eight people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

Webster County, as well as the city of Seymour, stands to benefit greatly from the new American Rescue Plan Act, which was signed last week by President Joe Biden.

JEFFERSON CITY — In its final meeting before the Missouri Legislature’s spring recess, the Missouri Senate passed a slew of bills, including two closely monitored pieces of tax legislation that could have a considerable impact on the state.

Three motorists, all from out of state, sustained injuries that required transport to Cox Medical Center South in Springfield after a two-vehicle accident early last Saturday morning at the intersection of U.S. 60 and Highway A in Diggins, about five miles west of Seymour.

“I’m not trying to be a smart aleck about this, but this seems to be one of those cases where the old ‘be careful what you wish for’ adage rings true. I suppose that some of those who are running the library and the library board got what they wanted, but the price could end up being more th…

A Seymour Middle School student’s cry for help earlier this month led last week to assault charges being filed on a Seymour woman.

Courtesy of a joint effort between the city of Seymour and the Seymour Community Development

It has been brought to our attention there is a phone scam going around involving someone impersonating law enforcement, and possibly utilizing some of our Deputies actual names. Deputies from the Webster County Sheriff’s Office will not be asking for money over the phone.

One day after she turned three weeks old, Maisie Pogue had more than $7,000 given on her behalf.

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