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Area residents gather for prayer at annual breakfast

Eight area clergy led the closing hymn of “I Love to Tell the Story,” at the Fifth Annual Prayer Breakfast held on Thursday, May 6 at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Black Creek. The annual event is hosted…

Jackson/Ciesielczyk

Zakiya Jackson and Core Ciesielczyk are pleased to announce their engagement to be married on Friday, June 25, 2010 at Voyageur Park in De Pere. A reception will follow at the Swan Club in De Pere

Chiefs stay on leaders’ heels

Shiocton stayed on the heels of the CWC-8 baseball leaders last week, beating second-place Bonduel and being edged by leader Stevens Point Pacelli. “We’ve been getting closer and closer,” said coach Dino Heinemeyer. “We’re starting to figure it out. The…

Thunder soccer team still unbeaten

Seymour stayed unbeaten on the season with a nonconference win over Fox Valley Lutheran May 6 at Appleton. Amber Hynnek and Rachel Effa scored goals, and Maddie Plinska made three saves to get the shutout. The Thunder (9-0-1) outshot FVL…

Seymour splits in Bay softball

Seymour split a pair of games in Bay Conference softball. Luxemburg-Casco 8, Seymour 0 The Thunder bats were held in check May 4 by senior pitcher Kalli Schmelzer from L-C who allowed three hits in the shutout victory. Collecting those…

Bay tie for Thunder golf

Seymour posted a tie for first in one of three Bay Conference golf matches in recent play as well as playing in the Marinette Invitational. April 29 at Shawano: Seymour 166, Shawano 166, New London 189 The Thunder won behind…

Shiocton still seeking first softball win

Shiocton is still seeking that elusive first softball win, coming within a run in two games recently. The Chiefs lost 11-3 to Amherst at home April 29, lost both halves of a doubleheader May 1 to Wild Rose 11-1 and…

Chiefs golfers top Stockbridge to highlight week

A win over Stockbridge was the highlight of four recent matches for the Shiocton golf team. April 27, Foxfire Invite at Foxfire Golf Club, Waupaca This invitational was an 11-team contest which included all of the CWC schools plus Assumption…

Scott wins twice in hurdles for Chiefs

By Amanda Young Student reporter On Thursday, April 29, Shiocton traveled to Plainfield for the Tri-County track Invitational at Tri-County High School. The Shiocton boys took 11th place with a score of 21.2 points. Dan Erickson placed second in the…

History Day competition in Washington D.C.

Laura Harris and Courtney Banker of Seymour Community High School were named national finalists at the state competition of National History Day at The University of Wisconsin-Madison on Saturday May 1. Their website entitled “Rachel Carson: Mother of Modern Environmentalism,”…