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Classifieds week of 08/05/2019

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A Universe of Animals

David Stokes presented “A Universe of Animals” on Wednesday, July 24 at 10 a.m. at the Shiocton Library. Stokes talked about insects, frogs, turtles and snakes and brought along live species of each. He also had skunk, coyote, raccoon, opossum…

Charges of theft and forgery filed against Black Creek woman

By Sara Tischauser Editor Charges were filed against Kathleen F. Pasch, Black Creek, 60, for theft of movable property greater than $100,000 and 11 counts of forgery. The theft is a Felony F in severity and the forgery is a…

Classifieds week of 07/29/2019

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Pot belly pig stuck in culvert

By Sara Tischauser Editor Update: Reports are the pig has been rescued. Seymour area residents may have seen the firetruck on 54 just past the high school on Wednesday, July 24. Firemen were trying to help a pot belly pig…

Search continues for Diemel brothers

PRESS RELEASE – 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2019 UPDATED INFORMATION The investigation into the disappearance of the Diemel brothers continues. Searches have been conducted and are under way in Clinton and Caldwell counties. Multiple agencies are involved in the…

Sports officials give back to games they played as youth

By Sara Tischauser Editor High school sports officials spend many afternoons and nights officiating high school games so students can continue to compete in sports across the area. Tim Joly, Seymour, has been officiating high school volleyball, basketball, softball, college…

Differing opinions over Shiocton’s new School District Police School Liaison

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Outagamie County Officer Deputy Marvin Gramajo was hired for Shiocton’s Police School liaison amongst mixed opinions from Shiocton’s Village Board and Police Department. Village Police Chief Amber George emailed a letter to Shiocton’s School Superintendent…