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Thunder Soccer Regional Champs

Seymour’s soccer squad would advance to the WIAA Division 3 sectional with a 2-0 win over No. 9 seed Roncalli/Two Rivers on Saturday, October 26, for their fourth consecutive regional championship. Keven Sosa-Lassila would provide the scoring for the No.…

Lady Thunder fall short in volleyball regional

The Lady Thunder’s volleyball playoff run for the WIAA Division 2 regional championship would fall short with a 3-1 game semifinal loss to the host Tritons of Green Bay Notre Dame on Thursday, October 24. Notre Dame would win the…

Thunder advance in volleyball regionals

Seymour defeated Peshtigo in Round 1 of the WIAA Division 2 Regionals on Tuesday, October 22, and now advance to face Green Bay Notre Dame on Thursday. The Lady Thunder swept the Bulldogs by scores of 25-11, 25-17 and 25-23.…

Seymour girls’ golf team hosts Thunder Invite

By Barbara Petzold Student Reporter On Friday, Aug. 16 the Seymour varsity girls’ golf team held an invite at Crystal Springs in Seymour, consisting of 16 total teams. Girls competing golfed 18 holes in groups of four. For many players,…

Seymour man continues his wood carving hobby

By Sara Tischauser Editor Seymour man has continued his hobby of wood carving that began on a camping trip in 1971. Vern and Mary Kemp have lived in Seymour their whole lives and have found many hobbies to keep them…

Shiocton School District has new Child Care Center Director

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor The Shiocton School District has a new Child Care Director named Samantha Curtiss. Curtiss said she had started working in daycare four years ago, she actually started in Milwaukee. She said, “I attended the UW…

Black Creek woman has initial court appearance

By Rick Cohler Times Press Correspondent The former treasurer of the Black Creek Rescue service will face a preliminary hearing on multiple felony charges on Thursday, Sept. 12. Kathleen Pasch, 60, Black Creek was released on a $50,000 signature bond…

Seymour sporting events more accessible to fans

By Sara Tischauser Editor Trying to make sure all fans can watch the local sporting events at Seymour is important and the Seymour Community School District is doing what it can to make the viewing experience more fan accessible. Ryan…

Muehl Public Library accepts donation

Moms Run This Town held a walk/run in April and raised money for the Muehl Public Library. The group donated more than $1,200 to the library from the walk/run. Pictured (left to right): Debbie Patz, Moms Run This Town; Dani…