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Gerald “Pink” L. Pinkowsky

Gerald “Pink” L. Pinkowsky, 74, of Rural Black Creek, passed away Saturday afternoon, January 22, 2011, at his home. He was born November 20, 1936, son of the late Lloyd and Leocadia (Joswiak) Pinkowsky. On March 14, 1962, he was…

Lubinski-Mullen

Dick and Donna Lubinski from Seymour, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison to Eric Mullen. Both Alli and Eric graduated from Seymour High School in 2005. Alli attended St. Norbert College and graduated with a bachelors…

Alois “Ollie” J. Leisgang

Alois  “Ollie” J. Leisgang, age 82, passed away early Wednesday morning, January 26, 2011 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Green Bay.  He was born August 20, 1928, son of the late Alois and Dorothy (Hill) Leisgang. On May 29, 1954…

Classifieds week of 1/31/2011

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Domestic complaint results in drug arrest

A Black Creek man faces charges of battery, disorderly conduct, false imprisonment, intimidation and various drug-related counts following a domestic violence incident. Black Creek Police Chief Lowell James said a woman came into the village clerk’s office Wednesday afternoon, Jan.…

Seymour cancels school; game still on

The Seymour School District has canceled classes for Friday, Jan. 21. The closing was not because of the cold weather but because there were not enough buses working to bring all of the students in to school. Mike Huettl of…

City police department issues aired at length

By Rick Cohler Editor When Mayor Judy Schuette was elected last April, she did not appoint Richard Buntrock as police chief saying there were things she wanted to discuss with him. The mayor said he would be considered in a…

Black Creek Lions ready for annual Rose Sale

After a successful rose sale last year, the Black Creek Lions will hold its second sale with roses supplied by Black Creek Garden & Gift. This means that Black Creek Lions will not be participating with the other Lions Clubs’…

Raft spots at Bamboo Bend cut to two

The number of raft spots at Bamboo Bend was cut from three to two by the Shiocton Village Board on Jan. 10. The board cited safety concerns after being told by Police Chief Eugene Bunnell that stakes holding one of…

Thunder gets 11th victory

Seymour posted a nonconference win over Kimberly and an easy Bay Conference win over Denmark last week in boys basketball. The Thunder is now 11-1, 8-0 in Bay play. Seymour 62, Kimberly 54 Calahan Skogman led all scorers with 28…