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Vikings pound Thunder

Seymour first baseman Dylan Van Boxtel reaches for a pop up as a Denmark runner heads for first base in an April 13 game. - Photo by Ray Barrington

Seymour fell to 0-2 in Bay Conference baseball April 13 with an 11-1 loss to Denmark at Seymour. Luxemburg-Casco 2, Seymour 1 In the conference opener at Luxemburg-Casco, Seymour scored its only run in the first inning. Troy Rottier took…

Greg Marnocha is 2010 Seymour Outstanding Citizen

Greg Marnocha is the Seymour Outstanding Citizen for 2010

Greg Marnocha is the Seymour Outstanding Citizen for 2010. Marnocha was selected by a panel from nominations sent to the Advertiser Community News. The ACN and the Seymour Chamber of Commerce sponsor the annual selection. Marnocha will be honored at a…

Jackson Point becomes golf course’s new bar, banquet area

Tom and Susie Jackson are planning big changes for Jackson Point Sports Bar and Grill at Crystal Springs. - Photo by Ray Barrington

Ray Barrington, reporter There will be a new look at Crystal Springs Golf Course this year, but it has nothing to do with the course. It’s in the clubhouse, where the Stonefield bar and meeting rooms have been taken over…

Preparations underway for WIS 47 project

The Village of Black Creek recently held a public meeting on plans to reconstruct sewer and water main service along Maple, Forest and Main streets.The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is preparing for major highway projects beginning in June on WIS…

Open-air market coming to Shiocton

Moogies and More, along with the Shiocton Business League will sponsor “Market Days” from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., beginning Sunday, May 9 and continuing on each second Sunday through the summer. “This will be an upscale craft and flea market,” Moogies’…

Thunder wins in lightning fashion

Alyssa Hynnek scores the first of her two goals April 6 against Wrightstown at Seymour.  - Photo by Ray Barrington

Alyssa Hynnek gave Seymour two quick goals as the Thunder won their soccer season opener in nonconference play at home, downing Wrightstown 4-0 April 6. The game was halted after 55 minutes by lightning Hynnek scored on assists by Rachel…

Library Week shows community’s support

By Elizabeth Timmins Muehl Public Library Happy National Library Week, April 12-April 17, 2010! This year’s theme, chosen by the American Library Association, is “Communities Thrive @ Your Library”. Communities thrive at the library because PEOPLE thrive at the library.…

SCHS forensics team has successful season

SCHS forensic district competitors Alyshia Greene, left, and Alex Seifer right. - Submitted photo

This year’s forensics season is nearly wrapped up with one competition yet to go. Several students took advantage of the experience forensics offers, with the team consisting of several students in UW-Green Bay’s Fundamentals of Public Address course. Laura Harris,…

Four part-time police officers named

Black Creek Police Chief Lowell James has named four part-time police officers for the village. Three had been part-time village police officers in the past before the village laid off police in 2009 because of budget cuts, going with two…

Zephyrs down Chiefs in six

First baseman Brock Pahlow stretches for a foul ball against St. Mary. - Photo by Ray Barrington

St. Mary Central broke open a close game with a four-run fourth inning and went on to a 13-2 win at Shiocton in nonconference baseball April 5. The game was ended after a six-run sixth inning gave the Zephyrs an…