BLACK CREEK/NICHOLS

The News from Black Creek & Nichols

Four hurt in 47-A accident

A two-car crash at WIS 47 and CTH A south of Black Creek injured four people at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 9 sending four people to the hospital. The accident report from the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department said a car…

CFRC announces PACE playgroup schedule

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. is announcing the 2011 spring Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) playgroup program schedule. All PACE groups are for children ages 0—5 and their parents. PACE focuses on child social skills and learning, parent education and…

Birth

Jeff and Lindsey Schmidt, Black Creek, are the parents of a baby girl born Dec. 28, 2010. Addison Marie weighed 2 pounds, 15½ ounces and was 17¼ inches long. She was welcomed home by big sister Biranna and big brother…

Seymour S-Club collects for troops

The Seymour High School S-Club is putting on its second annual “Support the Troops.” This is an event aimed at creating care packages filled with various goodies to be sent to troops around the world. Items to be collected include…

Semester exams scheduled at SCHS

Seymour High School will be conducting final exams for the first semester of the 2010 -2011 school year on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 20 and 21. All students are required to attend during final exams. There will be open campus…

Crash hurts four

A two-car crash at WIS 47 and CTH A south of Black Creek injured four people at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 9 sending four people to the hospital. The accident report from the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department said a car…

Seymour students to produce “Thunder Talk”

By Rick Cohler,     EditorThe Advertiser Community News & Times-Press website www.advertisercommunitynews.com will soon feature a radio podcast developed by students at Seymour Community High School. “Thunder Talk” is the inspiration of Luke Moeller. “I saw all this cool…

New congressman happy with assignments, mood

By Ray Barrington, Reporter Reid Ribble, just days into his term as the new U.S. Representative for the 8th District, has already found one surprising thing about his job: he’s getting more exercise than he thought. “One thing that’s surprised…

Sweeney Todd hits the SCHS stage

Special to ACN-Times Press Sam Kutska Prepare for the bone-chilling production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” performed by Seymour High School this February. Adapted from Hugh Wheeler’s book with music by Stephen Soundheim, Sweeney Todd tells…

No one runs for BC treasurer

Nobody filed nomination papers for what will be the vacant Black Creek village treasurer position when it appears on the April election ballot. Incumbent Martin Johnson said he will not seek another term. Incumbent village president Steve Rettler will be…