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Sports update

Scores for Tuesday, May 11 TRACK: Seymour at Algoma, canceled. SOCCER: Seymour at Luxemburg-Casco, postponed to May 24. SOFTBALL: Seymour at Shawano, postponed to May 17. GOLF: Shiocton at Sevastopol, postponed to May 17. BASEBALL: Shawano at Seymour, postponed. Scores…

Hikers, hunters asked to watch for illegal marijuana plots

At the Navarino Wildlife Area marijuana site discovered last fall, the above photo shows how drug cartel growers saw the trees off with handsaws about waist high to let the sun in to grow their crop. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Drug cartels have found it is easier to grow large quantities of marijuana in Wisconsin and the Midwest than to grow it in the West, then transport it to the markets in the Fox Valley, Green Bay or Milwaukee. Last…

Seymour grad host of BATHtastic on DIY network

Matt Muenster loves his career on the home improvement cable TV show BATHtastic.- Photo courtesty DIY Network

Wayne and Virginia Muenster love to see their son, Matt, come home for the weekend. Not only to they enjoy seeing him, chances are they will get some tips, and maybe even a little help with projects around the house.…

Town hall meeting will be May 20

A town hall meeting with officials of the Shiocton School District will be held at 6:30 p.m. May 20 at the school cafeteria. The meeting is scheduled to cover next year’s school budget and the issue of a possible change…

Shiocton’s Ernst Kohl scholarship winner

Brianna Ernst, second from right, is shown with instructor Brad Yenor, Sen. Herb Kohl and friend Rebecca Price at the recognition luncheon for the Kohl Scholarship..  - Submitted photo

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2010 Initiative Scholarship was presented to Brianna Ernst, a student at Shiocton High School, at a recognition luncheon hosted by U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl on March 27. The Herb Kohl Initiative Scholarship recognizes students who…

Seymour girls edged in invitational

Pole vaulter Brandon Armatoski goes into his vault. - Photo by Ray Barrington

See a photo gallery for this event at ACN Galleries. Seymour was edged out by a half-point by Kimberly in the girls half of the Seymour Invitational track meet May 6. The Papermakers had 141.5 points to Seymour’s 141. The…

Rock Ledge runners prepare for Bellin

Rock Ledge School students circle the Seymour Community High School track in preparation for the Bellin Run. - Photo by Rick Cohler

For the second year, Rock Ledge School students are participating in the Bellin Run Kids for Running Program. Rock Ledge is one of approximately 50 area schools who are participating. “Our program grew this year, and we have 51 students…

Outstanding Citizen Award

Greg Marnocha receives the Seymour Outstanding Citizen award from Advertiser Community News Publisher Ken Hodgden and Kevin Kaufman of the Seymour Chamber of Commerce. Marnocha was honored at a banquet on Tuesday, May 4 for his record of community volunteerism.

Greg Marnocha was honored as Seymour’s Outstanding Citizen at a banquet on Tuesday, May 4. The award is sponsored by the Advertiser Community News and the Seymour Chamber of Commerce. Speakers at the event included Marnocha’s daughter, Brooke Sumner, who…

Thunder gaining in Bay

Clay Letter is shown during his five-inning one-hitter against Luxemburg-Casco May 4. - Photo by Ray Barrington

After a nonconference doubleheader, Seymour came back with a pair of Bay Conference baseball wins. Seymour 14-10, Southern Door 6-0 On May 1, Seymour swept host Southern Door by scores of 14-6 and 10-0. Troy Rottier threw four innings to…

Wisconsin Lions Week is May 9-15

Lions plant trees in local parks.

By Tammie Ward Special to ACN Recently a coworker asked me, “Why Lions? What would make you want to join the Lions club?” The question caught me off guard. I responded by listing some of the good things the Lions…