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Shiocton repair business finds success in bad times

Rob, left, and Dave Bucki have owned Shiocton Automotive since March, 2008. - Photo by Ray Barrington

By Ray Barrington reporter When Dave and Rob Bucki started their new business, Shiocton Automotive, in March 2008, the economy was doing reasonably well. By that fall, however, the stock market had sunk, major companies were out of business or…

Stingle named to Village Board

The Black Creek Village Board got a new member Oct. 11. Jeff Stingle was approved by the board after being nominated by President Steve Rettler. Stingle replaces Kathy Pasch, who resigned earlier this month. She did not state a reason.…

Black Creek School holds fund-raiser dinner

A fund-raising spaghetti dinner sponsored by Black Creek Teachers and Families For Education will be held from 5-8 p.m. at the school. The dinner will raise money for instructional materials and technologies for students. Children’s entertainer Randy Peterson will perform…

Shiocton muni judge term changed to four years

The term for the municipal judge in Shiocton will be four years, starting the the judge elected in 2011. The Shiocton Village Board voted to make the change at its Oct. 11 meeting. A change in state law effective in…

Shadows gets check for Bamboo Bend parking

Denny Conradt of Shadows on the Wolf receives a check from Bob Voelz of Sturgeon for Tomorrow as a donation for expanded parking at Bamboo Bend. Shown are, from left, Mike Shulze, Linda Lemmers, Karla Herminath, Bob Voelz, Conradt, Hoelzel, Haze Diemel.  - Submitted photo

A plan to expand parking at Bamboo Bend on the Wolf River got a big boost recently. Shadows on the Wolf received a check for $11,000 from Sturgeon for Tomorrow toward a new parking area. Denny Conradt said Shadows had…

Classes get new US flags

Shiocton classrooms received new flags from the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 512 on Monday, Oct. 11. Pictured are, left to right: Principal Kim Griesbach, fifth grade teacher Laurie McNichols and Auxiliary Americanism Chairman Lois Nollenberg. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Shiocton American Auxiliary Unit 512 Americanism Chairman Lois Nollenberg presented American flags to the Shiocton Elementary-middle school Principal Kim Griesbach and fifth grade teacher Laurie McNichols on Monday, Oct. 11. This is a continuation of the program which started at…

More time needed for museum project

Bill Locke, area plant supervisor for CenturyLink, presents a $500.00 donation toward the new museum building fund to Bill Collar, president of the Seymour Community Historical Society.  CenturyLink is an area provider for TV, Internet, and phone service. - Submitted photo

Special to ACN-Times Press The steering committee for the new museum/learning center has decided to delay construction to at least the spring of 2011, or until the entire $1.2 million building cost is raised. Seymour Community Historical Society president Bill…

Zimbal to stand trial for stalking

Edward J. Zimbal, 50, 421 W. Pearl St., Seymour, is scheduled to face a jury trial on Dec. 1 in Brown County on one felony count of stalking. According to the criminal complaint, a woman Zimbal met while he was…

Seymour School Board to vary meeting sites

The Seymour School Board will take its meetings on the road periodically for the next several months. The Board will meet at Black Creek School on Tuesday, Oct. 26, return to the library at Seymour Community High School for the…

SCHS yearbook available for order now

Creating high school memories is fun for all but documenting them for future years is priceless. The Seymour Community High School yearbook staff is hard at work preserving this year’s memories. They have been actively taking pictures at school events…