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Karla Rae (Kimball) Salewski

Karla Rae (Kimball) Salewski, age 50, of Seymour passed away suddenly of natural causes on Sunday, June 20, 2010. She was born April 19, 1960 to Jeanette (Rohm) Kimball and the late Robert Kimball. Karla graduated from Seymour High School…

Ruth Tubbs-Schultz

Ruth Tubbs-Schultz, age 93, of Seymour died June 20, 2010 at Good Shepherd Nursing Home. Born December 19, 1916 in West Allis, WI to Edward and Theresa Ossmann. She graduated from West Allis High School in June 1933 and UW…

Pfefferle to play, Wilson to coach in state all-star baseball game

Seymour outfielder Tyler Pfefferle has been selected to play in the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Classic later this month in Oshkosh. The classic brings together senior all-stars from all over the state to E. J. Schneider Field at Oshkosh…

State dream falls short

After not giving up more than two goals in any game this year, Seymour ended that streak at the worst possible time. The Thunder came up against a tough Grafton team – which moved down this year from Division 1…

Seymour Fire Department Celebrates a Century

The Seymour Fire Department celebrated 100 years of service on Saturday, June 12. A parade, featuring fire trucks old and new from many area departments, sponsor entries and the Seymour Community High School marching band entertained the crowds along Main…

Exit, record in hand

By Ray Barrington Reporter It’s understandable that when Jessica Maroszek started her high school years, she didn’t see herself ending up as a five-time state champion and state track record holder. For one thing, she didn’t see herself in track…

Exchange student from Macedonia finds the U.S. fascinating

It is not unusual to have a foreign exchange student attend Seymour Community High School, but Marko Hristov has the distinction of being the first exchange student from the nation of Macedonia. Bordered by Kosovo, Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Albania,…

Theobald Black Creek citizen of year

By Ray Barrington Reporter Ask Carol Theobald how she got involved with all the charities and groups she helps out and she really doesn’t know. “I just do it. I don’t think about it,” she said. And for her work,…

Seymour loses in soccer sectional final

More photos from this event are at ACN Galleries. Grafton’s Hannah Eichler scored two goals as Grafton blanked Seymour 4-0 to win the WIAA Division 2 girls soccer sectional at Grafton Saturday night. The win puts Grafton in the state…

For retiring math teacher, nothing comes after 44

By Ray Barrington Reporter It wasn’t until the second time he applied to become a teacher at Shiocton High School that Don Hanson got the job. Once he got it, he held on to it – until this year, when…