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Classifieds week of 05/28/2018

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Seymour Group is Going Global

By Stephen Knoll Editor For any school group, be it a sports or academic team, reaching a regional or state level competition is a huge success, but reaching a global one would be quite the accomplishment. A group of Rock…

Chiefs softball getting hot at just the right time

By Stephen Knoll Editor Shiocton softball has found its rhythm midway through the season as it starts to make a late push for the playoffs. The Chiefs have been on a five game win streak, blowing out opponents on its…

Seymour softball won’t repeat past mistakes

By Greg Bates Times-Press sports correspondent It’s a loss that still lingers with the Seymour players and coaches. The pieces were in place for a deep postseason push. The Thunder had a great opportunity to make a run at its…

Seymour soccer finding mixed success

Seymour soccer started May 1 with a 1-2 record having only played two games between March and April, it played New London on the first giving the Thunder three games in three months The team needs a bit of a…

Volunteers Recognized for their Service

Community 2000 Volunteers were treated to a very special day recently. An anonymous donor recognized the hard work and efforts of the volunteers and in celebration of National Volunteer Appreciation Week treated them to a special day on the town.…

Seymour Fourth Grader Honored for her Art

Bree Schuettpelz, a fourth grader at Rock Ledge Elementary was honored for her illustrations in her book, “A Friend That’s Yours Forever” on April 28th, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Madison, Wis. Bree is the daughter of Amy…

Black bear spotted in Black Creek

Cindy and Scott Sherman are local bee keepers that had a rude awakening on May 8 and 9. It appears that a black bear helped himself to their bee hives and made quite a mess along with damages. The couple…

Happy 100th Birthday Nichols

Are you on social media? Do you love contests? If so, the Nichols Centennial Committee has got a deal for you. Our committee has a website up and running. The website name is NicholsWI100years.org. This site is your go-to page…

Steps for Suicide Awareness

The event had a beautiful day, Shiocton Steps for Suicide Awareness, which was held on Saturday, May 5 that started and ended at the River Rail. They had 220 registered walkers, and also had several volunteers come and help to…