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Robert Knodell, Acting Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and Dr. George Turabelidze, State Epidemiologist, signed the standing order for PfizerBioNTech COVID-19 vaccine administration for individuals 12 to 15 years in the state of Missouri.

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The Webster County Citizen offi ce, located on the west side of the Seymour square, will be closed Monday, May 31, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

A drug-induced motorist who thought he was “somewhere toward Springfield” and “headed toward Republic” struck a sport-utility vehicle in a late-night, near head-on collision at the Seymour Masonic Cemetery on West Clinton Avenue (Business 60) late last month, resulting in injuries to the dri…

Toby Sanders, right, was one of many city of Seymour employees providing service with a smile for nine days at the annual citywide cleanup event, which started Saturday, May 1, and ended last Sunday.

During the time period from April 1 through April 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 286 calls for service, issued 96 traffic warnings and 28 summons, while 20 people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

There’s now a potential 45-home development planned at the city of Seymour’s west edge.

Not long after Kyran Hepko was born in March 2005, his parents, Seymour’s Scott and April Hepko, had him on the water in a fishing boat.

Michael Lee, who lives on West Summit Avenue in Seymour, was captured building a snowman in front of his home around 2:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, when between 3 and 4 inches of snow fell throughout the afternoon. Lee said he was building it for his 12-year-old sister so she would see it w…

The second train-versus-car collision in southern Webster County occurred on April’s final day as a Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) locomotive hit a car on Porter Crossing Road just east of Rogersville.

Beginning with the April 24 reading (the June 1 bill), the Se-Ma-No Electric Cooperative, which serves customers in Cedar Gap, Diggins, Mansfield, Norwood and rural Seymour, will implement at 5.5-percent increase in its kilowatt hour energy charge.

The silver 2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible driven by Terracotta Warren is shown in the background at the accident scene after being hit by a train in the early afternoon last Wednesday, April 21.

For the first time in known history, an automobile was struck by a train at Seymour’s downtown railroad crossing on Commercial Street.

The Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company is just as eager as Seymour residents to have the new warehouse up and running. Located just north of U.S. 60, the project has taken much longer than expected to complete.

Washington — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) unveiled updated guidelines on Tuesday detailing activities that vaccinated people can safely resume, including attending small outdoor gatherings without the need to wear a mask.

JEFFERSON CITY — Representatives on both sides of the aisle stacked gun-related amendments to a bill last Monday, April 12, that would expand residents’ rights to carry and sell firearms.

Three from Thayer were injured last Friday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident at the city of Seymour’s east stoplight at the intersection of U.S. 60 and highways C and K, Trooper Z.C. Dudley of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said in a radio report.

A one-vehicle accident last Tuesday, April 13, on U.S. 60 in Diggins sent an Ava woman to a Springfield hospital.

Longtime Webster County Clerk Stan Whitehurst was awarded the Republican Of The Year honor at the recent Lincoln Day event in Seymour for his service in elected office for the past 22 years.

Adam Pogue, left, and Austin Gavin joined the city of Seymour's outdoor workforce Monday, as both began their duties in the city's street department, where they will work this summer.

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.

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."

“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

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

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.

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Friday, May 21 & Saturday, May 22 - Seymour Saddle Club Rodeo, 6 p.m., For additional information call Chris Strong at 417-689-9119 or Jimmie Strong at 417-616-4685.Saturday, May 29 - Seymour Alumni All Day Event, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m. For additional information see article on Page 2 in this…

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Robert Knodell, Acting Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and Dr. George Turabelidze, State Epidemiologist, signed the standing order for PfizerBioNTech COVID-19 vaccine administration for individuals 12 to 15 years in the state of Missouri.

breaking

The Webster County Citizen offi ce, located on the west side of the Seymour square, will be closed Monday, May 31, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

A drug-induced motorist who thought he was “somewhere toward Springfield” and “headed toward Republic” struck a sport-utility vehicle in a late-night, near head-on collision at the Seymour Masonic Cemetery on West Clinton Avenue (Business 60) late last month, resulting in injuries to the dri…

Toby Sanders, right, was one of many city of Seymour employees providing service with a smile for nine days at the annual citywide cleanup event, which started Saturday, May 1, and ended last Sunday.

During the time period from April 1 through April 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 286 calls for service, issued 96 traffic warnings and 28 summons, while 20 people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

There’s now a potential 45-home development planned at the city of Seymour’s west edge.

Not long after Kyran Hepko was born in March 2005, his parents, Seymour’s Scott and April Hepko, had him on the water in a fishing boat.

Michael Lee, who lives on West Summit Avenue in Seymour, was captured building a snowman in front of his home around 2:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, when between 3 and 4 inches of snow fell throughout the afternoon. Lee said he was building it for his 12-year-old sister so she would see it w…

The second train-versus-car collision in southern Webster County occurred on April’s final day as a Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) locomotive hit a car on Porter Crossing Road just east of Rogersville.

Beginning with the April 24 reading (the June 1 bill), the Se-Ma-No Electric Cooperative, which serves customers in Cedar Gap, Diggins, Mansfield, Norwood and rural Seymour, will implement at 5.5-percent increase in its kilowatt hour energy charge.

The silver 2004 Chrysler Sebring convertible driven by Terracotta Warren is shown in the background at the accident scene after being hit by a train in the early afternoon last Wednesday, April 21.

For the first time in known history, an automobile was struck by a train at Seymour’s downtown railroad crossing on Commercial Street.

The Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company is just as eager as Seymour residents to have the new warehouse up and running. Located just north of U.S. 60, the project has taken much longer than expected to complete.

Washington — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) unveiled updated guidelines on Tuesday detailing activities that vaccinated people can safely resume, including attending small outdoor gatherings without the need to wear a mask.

JEFFERSON CITY — Representatives on both sides of the aisle stacked gun-related amendments to a bill last Monday, April 12, that would expand residents’ rights to carry and sell firearms.

Three from Thayer were injured last Friday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident at the city of Seymour’s east stoplight at the intersection of U.S. 60 and highways C and K, Trooper Z.C. Dudley of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said in a radio report.

A one-vehicle accident last Tuesday, April 13, on U.S. 60 in Diggins sent an Ava woman to a Springfield hospital.

Longtime Webster County Clerk Stan Whitehurst was awarded the Republican Of The Year honor at the recent Lincoln Day event in Seymour for his service in elected office for the past 22 years.

Adam Pogue, left, and Austin Gavin joined the city of Seymour's outdoor workforce Monday, as both began their duties in the city's street department, where they will work this summer.

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.

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."

“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

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

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.

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