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Academic letter winners get a free lunch

The 105 SCHS students who achieved a 3.75 or higher for the 1st semester were treated out to lunch on Tuesday March 23. It was a “mystery trip” as the students were not told where they were going. They ended…

Focus on Black Creek Business

March has been an exciting month for local residents Ryan Minlschmidt and Brian Boelter as they introduce Timber Creek Tree Service. The main goal behind this venture is to give local and neighboring residents a local option for tree removal…

Rock Ledge has new Number Scroll Champ

First graders at Rock Ledge Primary Center are expected to show they can write their numbers consecutively from 1 to 130, and sometimes children surpass that number, and challenge themselves to go further. Caden Van Handel has been working on…

Legion baseball makes Shiocton debut this summer

Shiocton’s first American Legion baseball team will take the field this summer. The team, for ages 15-19, will play in the Central Wisconsin Legion League and host games at the high school field. The first home game is June 21.…

Rock Ledge PTO to hold Mexican Fiesta

Rock Ledge Elementary PTO will sponsor a Mexican Fiesta on Friday, April 16 at the Seymour Community High School fieldhouse lobby from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Entrance for students in kindergarten-grade 5 will be $1. Parents and siblings pre-kindergarten are free. The…

TRACK: Girls aim at repeat of Bay championship

Seymour, coming off a Bay Conference championship in girls track last season, aims for a repeat with a double state champion on board. The Thunder boys,  however, are young and will need to step up quickly to contend in the…

GOLF: Thunder has plenty of experience

Seymour returns 10 of its top 12 golfers from last  year’s boys team, including its regular five varsity players. That has coach Matt Timm hoping for good things this season. “We return all five varsity players from a team that…

SOFTBALL: Team hopes to build on regional crown

After taking home a regional championship last season, Seymour will have to find some additional help to fill graduation holes on its softball team. The Thunder, who finished 15-9 last season, lost five players, four of them all-Bay Conference honorees.…

BASEBALL: Thunder has experience, looks for mound stability

With seven starters returning, Seymour has experience, but baseball coach Tom Wilson is hoping his team will find the pitching it needs to contend in the Bay Conference. Wilson, in his 29th year, returns seven starters from last year’s 6-15…