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Seymour City Council Toughens Tobacco Ordinances

By Stephen Knoll Editor The Seymour City Council is tightening up some regulations to combat some vagueness in the laws. With rising popularity of alternative smoking options like vaping and e-cigarettes some council members noticed some loopholes in the city’s…

Black Creek Student of the Week

Whitney Meulemans in 5th Grade was nominated by a Black Creek Staff member for the student of the week. The staff member said, “Whitney is a hardworking student who always tries her best. She is very thoughtful and is always…

Governor Walker visits Birling Bovines Farm of Black Creek

On Wednesday, April 25, Governor Scott Walker visited Birling Bovines Farm to look over the damage from the aftermath of Blizzard Evelyn. After surveying the damaged roof of one of the barns, Walker asked the family if the roof collapsed…

Wolf River in Shiocton is high from the melting snow. One local fisherman said this is normal for this time of year; he has seen it higher in previous years. – Photos by Linda Titel

New Officers at Shiocton Police Department

Shiocton Police Department would like to welcome Officer Charles “Charlie” Nelson and Officer Kyle Haines to our Department. Both Officer Nelson and Haines are currently employed with the Brown County Sheriff’s Department, correction division. Nelson and Haines are Northeast Wisconsin…

High School Forensics medals at State

The Board met on Monday, April 23 at 6 p.m. in the LMC. Elected board members Stacey Warning and Mike Bellin were given their Oath of Office. The reorganization of the board was addressed: Brad Ritchie was nominated and elected…

ADC: Blizzard-Impacted Farmers Need to Take Action

In an effort to speed up potential relief efforts for farmers impacted by Wisconsin’s recent Blizzard Evelyn, the Wisconsin-based American Dairy Coalition (ADC) is asking those who sustained damage to contact their Farm Service Agency (FSA) office immediately. Officials will…

Shiocton Pair Top the Competition at Midwest Horse Fair

By Stephen Knoll Editor Practice is one thing, but under the bright lights of the big stage is when the competition gets serious. Ashley Gorski and Jacklyn Estreen, both from Shiocton, hit the big city of Madison for the Midwest…

American Legion Cards

April 26 Mens Jim Vande Wettering 49 James Muenster 43 Ladies Karen Euhardy 47 Helen Vande Hei 46 Door Prizes Dave Tesch Mary Tesch Joe Bluma Pete Mullen

Cards

Big John Lueck had 43 points for first place. Kay Vande Corput had 41 points for second. Bette Ibe and Allyn Staley had 39 points for third. Low went to Ramona Kleman. Door prizes went to Doris Krause, Duane Doersch,…