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Even to the most-casual observer, progress on a variety of building projects and improvements at the Seymour R-II School District are apparent.

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Last Saturday afternoon, Seymour Police Chief Steven Pogue was alerted to perhaps the most-bizarre crime in his tenure as the city’s top law-enforcement official.

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During the first six months of 2021, Seymour Police Chief Steven Pogue said his officers have stopped unlicensed cars and trucks on more than 100 occasions.

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Just a couple of years ago, Denise Vesely said to her husband, David, that she wanted to try and open up a bed and breakfast.

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The Seymour Lions Club will sponsor a blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 2, at the Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue (Business 60).

Tentative plans for the Seymour R-II School District’s new gymnasium were reviewed early last week by Superintendent Steve Richards and the seven-member Seymour R-II Board of Education, giving district officials a glimpse of the facility that’s scheduled for completion by the end of 2022.

Seymour city officials presented awards to the "Jeep Show & Shine" winners on Saturday evening.

Musician Chelsey James has performed across the U.S. over the past few years as her career has taken off, especially in 2021, as she’s released a new single every two months, including “Hands On The Bible,” where the music video was filmed in Seymour, featuring three generations of local fir…

A television story that aired last week on KY-3, the local affiliate for NBC based in Springfield, was the topic of conversation last Thursday night at the regular meeting of the Seymour Board of Aldermen as South Ward Alderman Dan Wehmer asked City Administrator Hillary Gintz about details …

Roughly a week after her husband was charged with 28 felony crimes for allegedly sexually abusing and molesting her pre-teen and teenage daughter, a Seymour woman was charged with two felonies — one count of endangering the welfare of a child (a Class D felony) and one count of witness tampe…

According to documents filed in Webster County Associate Circuit Court on Sunday and Monday, Seymour's Heather D. Rippee has filed for divorce from her husband, Terry L. Rippee.

New terms have been set for each of the city of Seymour’s five appointed members of the Seymour Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission, effective last Thursday night.

During the time period from June 1 through June 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 218 calls for service, issued 147 traffic warnings and 62 summons, while 18 people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

A 59-year-old Seymour man faces 28 counts for statutory rape of a child under the age of 14, all in the first degree, per charges filed Friday, June 25, by the Webster County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

In his report at last Thursday’s regular meeting of the Seymour Board of Aldermen, South Ward Alderman Dan Wehmer warned his fellow members that he “was getting ready to go on a rant.”

For the past several decades, the city of Seymour’s rule on discharging fireworks inside the city limits has been very consistent.

In a public hearing that took the full 30 minutes allotted for debate and discussion, the Seymour Board of Aldermen voted 4-0 against approving a variance for new Seymour residents Elijah Thomas and his wife, Talia, to place a “tiny home” on a lot they recently purchased on West Puryear Street.

A tragic dirt-bike accident on Finley Falls Road, just 110 feet west of Seymour’s city limits, claimed the life of Seymour’s Dylan Clarke early Sunday morning.

For the coming fiscal year of 2021-22, the city of Seymour is projecting a budget that ends in the black, as it calls for $5,294,930.24 in revenue, $5,186,077.80 in expenses and a positive difference of $108,852.44.

The initiative to eliminate the operation of riding lawn mowers on city streets when it’s dark took a step forward last Thursday night.

Courtesy of Seymour's Emergency Sight & Sound and its owner, Jason Thompson, local firefightersand police offi cers now are safer when responding to emergency calls.

A pair of automobile accidents in the Seymour area last week left four people with injuries, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

It all started back at Seymour High School, where teacher Julie Thomas allowed her strong English student Shane Cottle to write the school play.

If local developer Ron Cardwell of Ron Cardwell Construction has his way, once the fall arrives, a pair of new two-bedroom, two-bath triplexes will be built at the intersection of A Street and East Van Every Street.

Serving Webster County, as well as many other counties in the area, the Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) wants to help people.

For the past several decades, the city of Seymour’s rule on discharging fireworks inside the city limits has been very consistent.

A public hearing arrives at 5:30 p.m. next Thursday, June 24, to discuss a variance asking that a "tiny home" be placed on this lot located on West Puryear Street in Seymour.

A pair of used trucks sold via sealed bids brought a total of $5,252.50 last Thursday night after the bids were opened at the regular monthly meeting of the Seymour Board of Aldermen.

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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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Even to the most-casual observer, progress on a variety of building projects and improvements at the Seymour R-II School District are apparent.

breaking

Last Saturday afternoon, Seymour Police Chief Steven Pogue was alerted to perhaps the most-bizarre crime in his tenure as the city’s top law-enforcement official.

breaking

During the first six months of 2021, Seymour Police Chief Steven Pogue said his officers have stopped unlicensed cars and trucks on more than 100 occasions.

breaking

Just a couple of years ago, Denise Vesely said to her husband, David, that she wanted to try and open up a bed and breakfast.

breaking

The Seymour Lions Club will sponsor a blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 2, at the Seymour Safe Room on East Clinton Avenue (Business 60).

Tentative plans for the Seymour R-II School District’s new gymnasium were reviewed early last week by Superintendent Steve Richards and the seven-member Seymour R-II Board of Education, giving district officials a glimpse of the facility that’s scheduled for completion by the end of 2022.

Seymour city officials presented awards to the "Jeep Show & Shine" winners on Saturday evening.

Musician Chelsey James has performed across the U.S. over the past few years as her career has taken off, especially in 2021, as she’s released a new single every two months, including “Hands On The Bible,” where the music video was filmed in Seymour, featuring three generations of local fir…

A television story that aired last week on KY-3, the local affiliate for NBC based in Springfield, was the topic of conversation last Thursday night at the regular meeting of the Seymour Board of Aldermen as South Ward Alderman Dan Wehmer asked City Administrator Hillary Gintz about details …

Roughly a week after her husband was charged with 28 felony crimes for allegedly sexually abusing and molesting her pre-teen and teenage daughter, a Seymour woman was charged with two felonies — one count of endangering the welfare of a child (a Class D felony) and one count of witness tampe…

According to documents filed in Webster County Associate Circuit Court on Sunday and Monday, Seymour's Heather D. Rippee has filed for divorce from her husband, Terry L. Rippee.

New terms have been set for each of the city of Seymour’s five appointed members of the Seymour Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission, effective last Thursday night.

During the time period from June 1 through June 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 218 calls for service, issued 147 traffic warnings and 62 summons, while 18 people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

A 59-year-old Seymour man faces 28 counts for statutory rape of a child under the age of 14, all in the first degree, per charges filed Friday, June 25, by the Webster County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

In his report at last Thursday’s regular meeting of the Seymour Board of Aldermen, South Ward Alderman Dan Wehmer warned his fellow members that he “was getting ready to go on a rant.”

For the past several decades, the city of Seymour’s rule on discharging fireworks inside the city limits has been very consistent.

In a public hearing that took the full 30 minutes allotted for debate and discussion, the Seymour Board of Aldermen voted 4-0 against approving a variance for new Seymour residents Elijah Thomas and his wife, Talia, to place a “tiny home” on a lot they recently purchased on West Puryear Street.

A tragic dirt-bike accident on Finley Falls Road, just 110 feet west of Seymour’s city limits, claimed the life of Seymour’s Dylan Clarke early Sunday morning.

For the coming fiscal year of 2021-22, the city of Seymour is projecting a budget that ends in the black, as it calls for $5,294,930.24 in revenue, $5,186,077.80 in expenses and a positive difference of $108,852.44.

The initiative to eliminate the operation of riding lawn mowers on city streets when it’s dark took a step forward last Thursday night.

Courtesy of Seymour's Emergency Sight & Sound and its owner, Jason Thompson, local firefightersand police offi cers now are safer when responding to emergency calls.

A pair of automobile accidents in the Seymour area last week left four people with injuries, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

It all started back at Seymour High School, where teacher Julie Thomas allowed her strong English student Shane Cottle to write the school play.

If local developer Ron Cardwell of Ron Cardwell Construction has his way, once the fall arrives, a pair of new two-bedroom, two-bath triplexes will be built at the intersection of A Street and East Van Every Street.

Serving Webster County, as well as many other counties in the area, the Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation (OACAC) wants to help people.

For the past several decades, the city of Seymour’s rule on discharging fireworks inside the city limits has been very consistent.

A public hearing arrives at 5:30 p.m. next Thursday, June 24, to discuss a variance asking that a "tiny home" be placed on this lot located on West Puryear Street in Seymour.

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