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Seymour splits in southern swing

Seymour beat Raceland, of Kentucky, in the first game 10-0 on Thursday, April 1, then lost to Sacred Heart of New Jersey while on their Florida trip. Jordan Anderson threw a four-hit shutout and Joey Berg had two-hits for the…

Thunder goes 1-3 in Florida softball trip

On Monday, March 29, the Seymour softball team flew from Milwaukee on a direct flight to Orlando, Fla. The team arrived in Florida to rainy weather and an area that had received large amounts of rain over the previous 24…

PREVIEW: Shiocton golfers lose three, look to rebuild

Shiocton will need to rebuild after losing two all-CWC golfers from last season’s team. The Chiefs, who were ninth in the 10-team conference last season, have three starters returning from last year: Adam Lembcke, Kyle Rietveld and Jacob Riehl. Dale…

SOFTBALL PREVIEW: Experience throughout for Shiocton – except at pitcher

Shiocton returns seven starters to the softball diamond from last year’s 4-13, but in a game that centers around pitching, there are still some questions. “We’ll have varsity experience at most positions except pitching,” said coach Tom Fischer. “The young…

Eleanor “Ellie” Seidl

Eleanor “Ellie” Seidl, age 88, passed away peacefully early Sunday morning, April 11, 2010 at Good Shepherd Nursing Home in Seymour. She was born July 7, 1921 to the late Frank and Clara (Jansen) Oskey. On November 29, 1941 she…

Schuette new mayor; two council incumbents fall

Judy Schuette will take the front chair at the Municipal Building this year, as she won easily over incumbent Ken Rottier in the Seymour mayoral race. Schuette won with 532 votes to Rottier’s 349. “We’ve got a lot of wonderful…

Two incumbents, newcomer on Shiocton Village Board

Newcomer Thomas Dawes Sr. was the leading vote getter but two incumbents kept their job in a five-person race for three spots on the Shiocton Village Board. Dawes led with 118 votes, with incumbents Ruth Klitzke getting 94 and Nancy…

Sturgeon sculpture to welcome visitors to Shiocton

Tim Conradt, well known for his carvings of fish and taxidermy work is almost done with his biggest project to date. He plans to put a huge fiberglass sculpture of a sturgeon at Bamboo Bend. The Bend is recognized as…

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…