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Shiocton Fall Sports Previews

Shiocton football: After an unbeaten regular season followed by a surprising second-round playoff loss, Shiocton faces some rebuilding on the football field this season. “We will be young and somewhat inexperienced,” said coach Dino Heinemeyer. “However, our young guys are…

Seymour Thunder Fall Sports Previews

Seymour Football: Seymour pulled out a share of the Bay Conference football championship last season, but will have to get its act together quickly this year to have another shot. The Thunder opens at co-champ West De Pere, sending in…

Dorothy Baranczyk

BARANCZYK, DOROTHY Seymour Dorothy Baranczyk, age 91, passed away Friday, September 03, 2010 at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home. She was born January 15, 1919, daughter of the late Frank and Ella (Rothlesberger) Stark. On October 22, 1938 she was…

Seymour Chamber to sponsor candidate forum Sept. 2

The Seymour Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a candidate forum on Thursday, Sept. 2, at the Municipal Building. To date, the following candidates have committed to attending: the three Republican candidates for the 5th Assembly District: Craig Fletcher, David Landwehr…

Charges filed in sexual assault of a child

A 44-year-old convicted sex offender has been charged with one count of first degree sexual assault of a child as a repeat offender while at the Outagamie County Fair. Ricky D. Loret, 1225 Doctors Dr. Apt. 106, Neenah is accused…

WIS 187 work in 2013 will replace two curves

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The replacement of two curves near the Maine Town Hall and resurfacing of WIS 187 was discussed Aug. 17 at the hall. Representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation described the project, which is scheduled to take place in the…

New doctor named at ThedaCare-Black Creek

Dr. Erin Kimball

Erin Kimball, MD, has joined ThedaCare Physicians-Black Creek as a family practitioner. Dr. Kimball received her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin and her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.…

Thunder seventh in two Bay Conference matches

Taylor Moeller of Seymour chips toward the green during the Thunder’s golf opener at Shawano. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Seymour opened its Bay Conference girls golf season Aug. 16 with a seventh-place finish at Shawano. The Thunder had a total of 238. Marinette beat Denmark, 186-197, with Shawano third at 204. No Seymour players made the top 10 finishers.…

New law requires electronic devices to be recycled

If you’re planning on getting a new back-to-school computer, upgrading your TV set, or changing cell phones, remember this: After Sept. 1, you can’t just throw the old ones away. A new state law takes effect requiring the recycling of…