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Early population figures released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau show the city of Seymour’s population fell between 2010 and 2020.

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Just over a month from now, Seymour’s downtown will experience a flashback to the 1950s and 1960s as a full day of matinees will be shown on the big screen at the Owen Theatre on the square’s south side.

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Marcella Carmichael and Rose Rippee of the Seymour Friends of the Library organization were on duty Monday for the first day of October's week-long book sale at the Seymour Community Library.

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The number of active COVID-19 cases rose slightly last week from 54 to 63, according to statistics released Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

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Wide variety of Christmas activities on square Dec. 4 Despite a bevy of activities on the Seymour square that day, the annual Seymour Christmas Parade, scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 4, will step off at 5:30 p.m., as has been the case for the past two decades.

Webster County’s number of active COVID-19 cases are at their lowest point of 2021, according to statistics released last Friday by the Webster County Health Unit.

An Amish teenager sustained minor injuries last week in a truck-versus-buggy accident north of Seymour. Cpl. Casey A. Jadwin of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said the 7:01 p.m. accident last Wednesday, Sept. 29, occurred when a westbound 2009 Amish horse-drawn buggy, operated by a 16-yea…

During the time period from Sept. 1 until Sept. 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 227 calls for service, issued 63 traffic warnings and 26 summons, while six people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

There were no serious injuries around 4:30 p.m. last Thursday afternoon when a tractor-trailer unit's brakes failed near the Webster County and Wright County line about five miles east of Seymour.

A two-truck accident four miles east of Seymour near the Wright County line on U.S. 60 left two with injuries early Sunday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway

Following a week where the number of new cases jumped from 59 to 94, it appears the infection rate for the COVID-19 virus has stabilized in Webster County, per statistics released Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

Over the past two months, the community-development office for the city of Seymour, led by its director, Terry Penner, has played host to three ribbon-cutting events for new businesses located within the city limits.

A 41-year-old woman employed by the Webster County Clerk’s Office in Marshfield tragically died in the early morning last Tuesday, Sept. 14, in a two-vehicle accident on Highway FF, about five miles northeast of Fordland, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.

A 56-year-old Ava man sustained what the Missouri State Highway Patrol described as moderate injuries in a one-vehicle accident late last month on Highway K, about two miles south of Seymour.

A manhunt that began in Diggins and ended south of the 300-resident village located about five miles west of Seymour resulted in Thursday’s death of Seymour’s David Ray

Less than six months after being in business in Seymour, the Signal Food Store at the intersection of U.S. 60 and highways C and K is giving back to the community.

The 2021 Seymour Apple Princess, crowned last Friday night before thousands at the Seymour Apple Festival.

A recommendation to rezone eight properties on Enterprise Drive at Seymour’s northwest edge unanimously was passed late last month at a meeting of the Seymour Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission.

Many teenagers and young adults in the Seymour community are mourning last week’s death of 17-year-old Zane D. Hadden, a former Seymour High School student who tragically died early Friday morning in an automobile accident on Oak Lawn Road, about two miles east of Seymour.

For the first time in a month, the number of COVID-19 cases in Webster County is on the rise, according to statistics released last Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

Left to right:1st Runner-Up Taylor Cantrell, Miss Congeniality Elianna Wallace; 1st Runner-Up Taylor Cantrell; Apple Princess Chaney Watson,  2nd Runner-Up Allysann Baker, 3rd Runner-Up Keirsten Akers.

Here are the 22 candidates for apple princess at the 49th annual Seymour Apple Festival, which arrives this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

During the time period from Aug. 1 through Aug.31, officers from the Seymour Police Department answered 216 calls for service, issued 81 traffic warnings and 55 summons, while 13 people were booked in to the Webster County Jail.

Another train-versus-truck accident occurred last week in the Seymour area, this time at a railroad crossing on Box School Loop about two miles west of Seymour.

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Saturday, Nov. 6, 13, 20 - Nov. 6, "Wise Guys"; Nov. 13 "Geezer The Band"; Nov. 20, "Turnbo Creek" - Each show starts at 7 p.m. See article on Page 2 in this week's Citizen for additional information.Friday, Dec. 3- Santa's Workshop, Seymour YMCA. Call for application by calling Alicia Hagen…

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Early population figures released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau show the city of Seymour’s population fell between 2010 and 2020.

breaking

Just over a month from now, Seymour’s downtown will experience a flashback to the 1950s and 1960s as a full day of matinees will be shown on the big screen at the Owen Theatre on the square’s south side.

breaking

Marcella Carmichael and Rose Rippee of the Seymour Friends of the Library organization were on duty Monday for the first day of October's week-long book sale at the Seymour Community Library.

breaking

The number of active COVID-19 cases rose slightly last week from 54 to 63, according to statistics released Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

breaking

Wide variety of Christmas activities on square Dec. 4 Despite a bevy of activities on the Seymour square that day, the annual Seymour Christmas Parade, scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 4, will step off at 5:30 p.m., as has been the case for the past two decades.

Webster County’s number of active COVID-19 cases are at their lowest point of 2021, according to statistics released last Friday by the Webster County Health Unit.

An Amish teenager sustained minor injuries last week in a truck-versus-buggy accident north of Seymour. Cpl. Casey A. Jadwin of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said the 7:01 p.m. accident last Wednesday, Sept. 29, occurred when a westbound 2009 Amish horse-drawn buggy, operated by a 16-yea…

During the time period from Sept. 1 until Sept. 30, the Seymour Police Department answered 227 calls for service, issued 63 traffic warnings and 26 summons, while six people were booked into the Webster County Jail in Marshfield.

There were no serious injuries around 4:30 p.m. last Thursday afternoon when a tractor-trailer unit's brakes failed near the Webster County and Wright County line about five miles east of Seymour.

A two-truck accident four miles east of Seymour near the Wright County line on U.S. 60 left two with injuries early Sunday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway

Following a week where the number of new cases jumped from 59 to 94, it appears the infection rate for the COVID-19 virus has stabilized in Webster County, per statistics released Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

Over the past two months, the community-development office for the city of Seymour, led by its director, Terry Penner, has played host to three ribbon-cutting events for new businesses located within the city limits.

A 41-year-old woman employed by the Webster County Clerk’s Office in Marshfield tragically died in the early morning last Tuesday, Sept. 14, in a two-vehicle accident on Highway FF, about five miles northeast of Fordland, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.

A 56-year-old Ava man sustained what the Missouri State Highway Patrol described as moderate injuries in a one-vehicle accident late last month on Highway K, about two miles south of Seymour.

A manhunt that began in Diggins and ended south of the 300-resident village located about five miles west of Seymour resulted in Thursday’s death of Seymour’s David Ray

Less than six months after being in business in Seymour, the Signal Food Store at the intersection of U.S. 60 and highways C and K is giving back to the community.

The 2021 Seymour Apple Princess, crowned last Friday night before thousands at the Seymour Apple Festival.

A recommendation to rezone eight properties on Enterprise Drive at Seymour’s northwest edge unanimously was passed late last month at a meeting of the Seymour Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission.

Many teenagers and young adults in the Seymour community are mourning last week’s death of 17-year-old Zane D. Hadden, a former Seymour High School student who tragically died early Friday morning in an automobile accident on Oak Lawn Road, about two miles east of Seymour.

For the first time in a month, the number of COVID-19 cases in Webster County is on the rise, according to statistics released last Friday by the Webster County Health Unit in Marshfield.

Left to right:1st Runner-Up Taylor Cantrell, Miss Congeniality Elianna Wallace; 1st Runner-Up Taylor Cantrell; Apple Princess Chaney Watson,  2nd Runner-Up Allysann Baker, 3rd Runner-Up Keirsten Akers.

Here are the 22 candidates for apple princess at the 49th annual Seymour Apple Festival, which arrives this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

During the time period from Aug. 1 through Aug.31, officers from the Seymour Police Department answered 216 calls for service, issued 81 traffic warnings and 55 summons, while 13 people were booked in to the Webster County Jail.

Another train-versus-truck accident occurred last week in the Seymour area, this time at a railroad crossing on Box School Loop about two miles west of Seymour.

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