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Farm in Leeman

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Legion Post 106 split start

The Seymour Post 106 baseball team started the 2017 season with an impressive 6-1 win over AA State Champion Menasha at Rock Ledge Park on Tuesday night, June 13. Austin Marcks went 6 1/3 innings on the mound, striking out…

Mayor’s Column

Hi. Well let’s update you on what is going on. First Outagamie County has received an ok to relocate the Nutrition Site to the lower level of city hall, the home delivered meals also. Sorry about the short final notice…

Kobussen to transport students

School buses of Huettl Bus, Inc., are seen leaving the yard to pick up children one last time and transport them to school on Friday, June 9. Huettl Bus, Inc. has turned over their services to Kobussen Buses, Ltd. - Photo by Keith Skenandore

The Seymour Community School District Board of Education had to deal with an issue that is usually a formality. Since the 1940s the district has worked with Huettl Bus, Inc. for transportation services for their students. However, in March the…

Lady Thunder lose to Plymouth in sectionals

By Greg Bates ACN & Times-Press sports correspondent The Seymour girls soccer team went into its WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal game with just one loss in its previous 10 games. Riding a hot streak, the Thunder had to face…

Black Creek Citizen of the Year

Kay Christenson thanks those who attended the Citizen of the year Banquet in her honor on Sunday, June 4 at Romy’s. - Photo by Linda Titel

On Sunday, June 4, Kay Christenson was recognized as Black Creek’s Citizen of the year. She served the Black Creek community with over 18 years on the library board, advocating for the library and the services it provides to patrons…

Seymour firefighters install new sign at the station

Seymour firefighters installing the new sign at the fire station are, left to right, Captain Jeff Eick, Lieutenant Wayne Gagnow and Captain Bill Treml back in May. - Photo by Keith Skenandore

It is true that fellow firemen stand up for one another. Seymour fire Lieutenant Wayne Gagnow was providing some service through his employer Seymour Dairy Equipment to World Wide Sign Systems in Bonduel, Wis. Gagnow said he was talking with…

Black Creek Middle School student gets cast in short film

Producer and Director Max Hauser with Truett. - Submitted photo

Truett Uhlenbrauck a seventh grader from Black Creek had the opportunity to be in a short film. Susan Rabideau, a UW Fox Valley Professor and Theatre Director gave Film student and Director, Max Hauser from UW Oshkosh Truett’s name. Hauser…

Local woodworker is an artist

John Gliniecki with a card table he made, there is a piece of wood from all the native species in Wisconsin in this piece. - Photos by Linda Titel

John Gliniecki from Shiocton is a woodworker. He loves wood and refers to himself as a “termite.” John has been in the wood business for around 35 years and he does beautiful work. Gliniecki said, “I have never found a…