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A Lifetime of Service X 2

Keith and Evie Burger, have made volunteering a lifelong endeavor. Active volunteers in their church, community organizations and beyond, they have been named Black Creek’s 2018 Citizens of the Year by Black Creek Advancement Association. They will be honored for…

Matt Peterson signs with Viterbo University, La Crosse

Matt Peterson with his parents, Shari and Chuck. Matt, also has an older brother Chris, who attends the University of Alabama. – Photo by Linda Titel Matt Peterson, senior at Shiocton High School signed a letter of Intent for Viterbo…

Seymour and Shiocton Struggle in Omro

Lauren Rottier took 1st place for Seymour in the high jump at 5’ 0”. – Photo by Jazmyne Zakrzewski By Stephen Knoll Editor The track season has kept moving along despite the weather with Seymour and Shiocton traveling down to…

From the Mayors Desk

It is a true honor to be able to serve as your mayor. I am also very fortunate and blessed to have a wonderful wife who supported me without hesitation as I pursued this opportunity. I look forward to fulfilling…

Seymour Boy Scout Troop 11 and its sponsoring organization, Emmanuel Lutheran Church are proud to announce that Paiton Thibodeau of Seymour earned the rank of Eagle Scout on December 21, 2017. Paiton is a junior at Seymour High School. there…

2018 Seymour Graduation

Seymour Community High School will hold its graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 3 at 2:00 p.m., in the high school fieldhouse. Student speakers for the ceremony will be Amanda Linskens and Seth Swenson, Co-Valedictorians and Jenna Krause and Josh Krause,…

Seymour School Board Talks School Liaison, Communication Improvements

By Stephen Knoll Editor School Liaison TJ Hilgenberg gave a presentation on the work he’s done in the schools over the last year. Hilgenberg said he’s been working on creating more positive interactions with the students and help them build…

Seymour Students Present Research at UW-Milwaukee

Seymour student, Amanda Linksens was chosen to speak about her research as one of three student speakers at UW-Milwaukee. Part of the schools Anatomy & Physiology and Biochemistry classes, as well as independent research, includes using zebrafish embryos in a…

Seymour City Council Toughens Tobacco Ordinances

By Stephen Knoll Editor The Seymour City Council is tightening up some regulations to combat some vagueness in the laws. With rising popularity of alternative smoking options like vaping and e-cigarettes some council members noticed some loopholes in the city’s…

Black Creek Student of the Week

Whitney Meulemans in 5th Grade was nominated by a Black Creek Staff member for the student of the week. The staff member said, “Whitney is a hardworking student who always tries her best. She is very thoughtful and is always…