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Shiocton softball coach Fischer retires

Varsity girls softball coach Tom Fischer’s resignation was accepted Nov. 15 by the Shiocton School Board. Fischer has been the softball coach at Shiocton for 15 years. “He just said it was time to let someone else do it,” District…

Tax levy higher in Shiocton budget

An increase of $11,389.76 in the tax levy is listed in the proposed Shiocton village budget for 2011. The proposed budget shows an increase in spending of $17,148.97 in a $753,458.69 budget. That’s up from $736,609.72 in 2010. The proposed…

Romback signs with Huskies

Teammates, classmates, friends and family gathered Wednesday, Nov. 17, to celebrate Thunder basketball team member Phil Romback’s signing of a national letter of intent to attend Michigan Tech University in Houghton, Mich. Seymour Thunder basketball Coach Jon Murphy told the…

Adoption

Darlene and John Zeutzius and big sister Kyla, 9, would like to announce the adoption of Sasha, 7, A.J., 4, and Tavi, 2. Their family doubled officially on Sept. 28, 2010. Grandparents are Leslie and Shirley Mueller, Seymour, and Rick…

NEW DIRT honors Seymour season champs

More than 300 drivers, crew members and track officials took part in NEW DIRT’s 2010 awards banquet held at Romy’s Nitingale in Black Creek, honoring Seymour Speedway’s track champions. Among those honored was Seymour’s Shawn Wagner, who dominated the IMCA…

Simpson returns to PP&K state competition

Rebecca Simpson will be participating at the state level NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition for the third straight year at the Don Hutson Center/Lambeau Field on Dec. 5. Simpson won the local competition at Black Creek and advanced to…

Seymour man critically hurt in crash

Troy R. Bodart, 29, 744 N. Main St., Seymour, remains in critical condition at University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison following a one-vehicle crash about 3 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 14. Bodart’s was eastbound on CTH G near Grunwald Road in…

Police departments, cost compared

By: Rick Cohler, editor The size of the Seymour Police Department has been a subject of sharp debate over the past few months and is expected to prompt more discussion on Monday, Nov. 15 when the Seymour City Council looks…

TAFFE holds fundraiser

Children’s entertainer Randy Peterson performs during the TAFFE spaghetti dinner fund-raiser Nov. 5 at Black Creek School. – Submitted photo

Committees trim Seymour budget

The Council will hold a special budget session on Monday, Nov. 15. Three committees met this past week to look for ways to trim the proposed 2011 spending and tax plan. As originally proposed, the budget carried a tax levy…