Seymour's Victory Academy received a total of $2,755.15 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance this summer and fall.
417 Transport, LLC, represented by co-owner Julie Leonard, left, received $6,983.23 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act assistance this fall.
The Seymour Senior Citizens' Center received $1,548.75 late this summer in aid from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Stimulus (C.A.R.E.S.) Act.
Students from the Seymour Elementary School's fourth-grade classes took a field trip last week to the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, where one group of students had the privilege to meet and ask questions to Missouri Gov. Mike Parson.
JEFFERSON CITY — A bill that aims to add Missouri to the list of states that allow public-school open enrollment was heard last week in a Missouri Senate committee after narrowly passing through the Missouri House of Representatives.
Chandelyn Nelson of Seymour High School placed fourth last month in the creed-speaking contest at FFA district competition and advanced to state competition set for later this spring.
Terry Plummer, right, last week was presented the Marshfield Mail Readers' Choice Award for the Best Teacher In Webster County by the Mail's Jessica Chilson.