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Ribble’s goal: Cut growth in government for future

Reid Ribble has no experience in elective office, but hopes that will work in his favor in his run for the 8th District Congressional seat. Ribble, the retired owner of a Kaukauna roofing firm, is one of four Republican candidates.…

Summers declares for 5th Assembly District

Mert Summers, a longtime Kaukauna-area resident and business representative for the union carpenters, announced his candidacy last week for the 5th Assembly District in the Democratic Party. “For 37 years, I have lived, worked, and raised my family in Green…

Fair time coming soon

The Outagamie County Fair is just over two weeks away, and final preparations are underway for the annual event. “We are working to make the fair experience a great family time,” Fair Director Rick Pruski said. There will be several…

Oneida pow-wow a colorful cultural event

Hundreds of dancers from all over the nation were on hand for the annual Oneida Pow-Wow on the July 4 weekend in Oneida. – Photo by Ray Barrington. For more photos see ACN Galleries

Warrant issued, more charges against Seymour woman

A felony arrest warrant has been issued for Linda J. Priebe, 41, 438 Robbins St. for two counts of identity theft and single counts of forgery and obstructing police. According to a criminal complaint filed on Tuesday, June 29, Priebe…

Shiocton man gets 18 months for asbestos handling

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced that Michael Phillips, 54, of Shiocton was sentenced recently in federal court by U.S. Federal Judge William C. Griesbach to serve 18 months in prison, pay $12,765 in restitution, pay $100 in special…

Education News

Kelly Zuleger, daughter of Jerry and Jayne Zuleger, Seymour, has received a $2,000 in “Cow-lege” Cash from Foremost Farms USA. Zuleger is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Monica Fannin, Hortonville, is the winner of the $500 Outagamie…

Outagamie County 4-H Project Learning Day

Area 4-H members prepare for the annual fair for months before the fair. In order to get ready, Outagamie County 4-H Project Learning Day was held at Fox Valley Technical College on Saturday, February 20, 2010. This year 168 4-H…

Seymour Rescue holds training exercise

Seymour Rescue members along with Towns of Seymour and Osborn First Responders participated in rescue training on the Newton-Blackmour Trail in Seymour on Tuesday evening July 6. Training officers Larry VanDenElzen and Traci Fox planned three different scenarios. Two of…

Legion wins pair

The Seymour Legion baseball team won two divisional games last week behind the strong pitching performances of Jordan Anderson and Nick Hornick. With those wins, Post 106 improved its season record to 4-5, and its league record to 3-4. The…