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WFSCA Senior All Star Game

The Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association (WFSCA) held their annual Senior All Star Games June 11-12 in Wisconsin Dells. Seymour was represented by Savannah Thielbar and Raven Vanden Langenberg in division 2. Players are nominated for this recognition by their…

Vintage Toy Exhibit at the Museum

Do you remember Tonka Trucks, Fisher-Price Toys, Lincoln Logs, Tinkertoys and Lionel Trains? You probably do, but do your children or grandchildren? The vintage toy exhibit is now open at the Seymour Community Museum. This is a great opportunity to…

ThedaCare introduces first patient in recent years to have arm reattached Trauma Center Surgeons at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah Say His Recovery Has Exceeded All Expectations

Tim Schroeder, Black Creek, had his life changed forever two years ago when he was working on the U.S. 441 bridge project and he severed his arm. The Town of Menasha (now Fox Crossing) police and fire responded, applied a…

The Habitat for Humanity House is completed on East Cherry Court in Shiocton. The family that lives there consists of Juan Rosas and Yolanda Arriaga and their two children Daniela Rosas, 16, and Juan Jesus Rosas, 8. They really like…

Library to receive unused funds

The Shiocton Village Board met on Monday, June 11 at 6 p.m. At the May board meeting the library Board explained that it is a state statute that at the end of the year unused funds in the library budget…

New, Healthy Options Open in Seymour

By Stephen Knoll Editor The heat’s rolling in and people all around are trying to figure out how to lose some weight over the summer, well there’s a new option in Seymour that has the community excited. Jessica Vanden Langenberg…

CHS Larsen Co-op joins the fight against rural hunger

CHS Larsen Cooperative joined CHS locations across the country in fighting rural hunger with the cooperative’s annual CHS Harvest for Hunger food, funds and grain drive. The annual campaign gathered more than $540,000 and 215,000 pounds of food to fight…

Wisconsin natives drove an ambulance to a town in Alaska

The new ambulance with the MaCarthy logo. Left to right: Jonathan Dobbs, Jacob Shultz, Randy Samz and Stephens Harper. Dobbs and Samz drove the ambulance from Wisconsin to McCarthy, Alaska, where they arrived Wednesday, May 23 to gift the vehicle…