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Seymour students doing community service project

By Sara Tischauser Editor Community service is an important aspect of students’ education and some students in the Seymour Community School District are looking to serve the community this fall. Chelsey Schaumberg, who is in charge of Students Taking Action…

Shiocton Employee Retires after 25 Years of Service

By Sara Tischauser Editor The Village of Shiocton and community helped public works director celebrate his retirement. Dick Kominowski, Shiocton’s director of public works, celebrated his last day with the village on Oct. 5. Many people from the community came…

Competitors for a Common Cause

In an ongoing collaborative effort, Sal’s Foods in Black Creek and Don’s Quality Market in Seymour have joined forces again this year in a friendly competition. The competition is known as the “Common Good” food drive and proceeds help local…

Seymour golfers move on to sectionals at Royal Scot

By Kennedy Peters Student Reporter Monday, Sept. 24 Seymour Girls Golf had two very different meets this week. The first meet was a two person scramble in Luxemburg-Casco. Seymour had two teams place, Kennedy Peters and Lauren Wilcox tied Brylee…

Local Officer receives Community Service Award

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Sara Knapp was awarded a Community Service Award from the Wisconsin Stare Lodge Fraternal Order of Police on Monday, Sept. 24. Knapp is a founding member of the Fox Valley Lodge and has been active…

Navarino Hills will not be opening this season

By Sara Tischauser Editor Navarino Hills announced they will not be opening this season. Hunter White, who has run Navarino Hills for the last eight years, said unfortunately this year they will not be opening Navarino Hills. In past years,…

Seymour soccer has high scoring week leading to wins

By Jonathon Krull Student Reporter Seymour soccer returned to its winning ways this past week. On Tuesday, Seymour traveled to Green Bay West where they faced off against the Wildcats. Seymour got off to a quick start, with Brady Mueller…

Family farm has had dairy animals for 150 years

By Sara Tischauser Editor One local man from the Town of Osborn said being on the farm is what has made him happy and he continues to raise dairy heifers on his family farm that has been in existence for…

Hero from Royalton

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor He wore no red cape but C.J. Lyse of Royalton was a hero on Sunday, Sept. 16. Lyse had recently married and after returning from his honeymoon, he wanted to spend some time with his…