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PREVIEW: Shiocton girls return six starters

Shiocton hopes that six returning starters from last year’s 2-21 girls basketball team can give the Chiefs a lift on the court. “We will have some experience in our leaders, but we will also have high expectations for the younger…

PREVIEW: Ice Bears, Dietzen hope for more success in year two

The first year co-op girls hockey team that went to the WIAA state finals last year has a new challenge in its second season. The Bay Area Ice Bears, which includes Seymour in its cooperative team, will join several other…

‘Mother’ 3-on-3 tournament scheduled for April 8-10

Plans are already under way for the fifth annual Mother Of All 3 On 3 Basketball tournament. The dates will be April 8-9-10. The tournament, held in the fieldhouse and gym, has grown into the largest indoor 3 on 3…

Joyce Thiel

Joyce Thiel, 310 Fulton Street , Seymour, age 81, died Wednesday evening, December 8, 2010 at her home with family by her side. She was born May 14, 1929, daughter of the late Melvin and Harriet (Tubbs) Marcks. On June…

Marjorie J. Schmidt

Marjorie J. Schmidt, age 84, Black Creek, passed away Thursday, December 9, 2010 at Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Seymour. She was born March 27, 1926, daughter of the late John and Gertrude (Trams) Peterson. Marjorie met her husband, Leslie…

One dead in rural Bonduel fire

A 77-year-old rural Bonduel man was found dead in his burning home early Wednesday, Dec. 1. Bonduel firefighters were called to W3180 Beech Drive in the Town of Hartland at 5:49 a.m. The entryway to the home was fully engulfed…

Shopko project moves forward

Two significant developments occurred Monday in the plan to develop property for a Shopko Hometown store at the intersection of Mainline Drive and WIS 54/55. The Council gave final passage to an ordinance annexing the Carl and Jon Schaumberg property…

School district to offer Seymour Online Academy

The Seymour Community School District will offer an on-line curriculum for the 2011-12 academic year. The district’s school board approved the venture at its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 23. The Board approved participation in the Northeast Wisconsin Online Network which…

Krabbe family donates city Christmas tree

The windstorm that swept through the area in late October gave the city a Christmas present – a Blue Spruce just right for a downtown Christmas tree. The storm blew down the tree Steve and Cheri Krabbe gave to his…

Students exceed food drive goal

Students at Black Creek School collected 3,335 cans of food, exceeding their goal by 835 cans in a fall food drive. Students in both the elementary and middle school grades teamed up with Community 2000 for the “Share-Your-Change/Silver Wars and…