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Denmark student appreciates her time in Seymour, receives better understanding of her parents

By Sara Tischauser Editor Traveling to a foreign country and experiencing a different way of life can be exciting and maybe a little scary. Veda Butters from Denmark, Copenhagen, is spending the school year in the Seymour Community High School.…

New Village Clerk for Black Creek

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Barbara Schuh is the the new clerk for the Village of Black Creek. As she has started her new position Schuh took some time to answer questions about herself and her position. What did you…

Thunder upsets Bulldogs, moves on to second playoff round

The Seymour Thunder earned the right to advance in the WIAA Division 3 football playoffs with a 19-7 over third-seed New London on the Bulldog’s home turf Friday night, Oct. 19. New London scored first, but Seymour answered in the…

Sergeant Jonathan Cvengros speaks to Shiocton adults on Human Trafficking

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Sergeant Jonathan Cvengros talked to Shiocton parents and concerned citizens on human trafficking occurring in the Fox valley and surrounding area. Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery that exists throughout the United States…

Seymour diver hoping for repeat trip to state

By Greg Bates Times-Press sports correspondent The first meet in which Erin Schuh ever dove in was quite memorable. But not for a good reason. The then-junior on the Seymour girls swimming and diving team walked down the 1-meter springboard,…

Seymour hunter gets her first deer

By Sara Tischauser Editor The thrill of the hunt. The excitement of shooting that first deer. There is an adreniline that comes with hunting and especially with being a first time hunter. One Seymour hunter experienced that first time hunter’s…