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Seymour City Council urges state to keep recycling

The Seymour City Council will join Outagamie County and other area municipalities in urging Governor Walker and the legislature to keep mandatory recycling and the state subsidy in the 2011-13 proposed state budget. Outagamie County Executive Toby Paltzer, in a…

Diversity Day brings new experiences, knowledge to students at SCHS

Haley Palubicki, holds “Fred” the lizard at a sectional on exotic animals. - Photos by Rick Cohler

“I thought it was entertaining and very eye-opening,” was one Seymour Community High School students evaluation of Diversity Day, held on Wednesday, March 30. Diversity Day is held once every four years at SCHS and brings in a wide variety…

Seymour test scores show strong performance

Seymour Community School District results from the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Exams show a strong performance in key subjects and are all above the state-set goals and state averages. “Compared to last year, every grade showed improvement, with the exception…

Shiocton initiates National Honor Society members

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The National Honor Society at Shiocton High School inducted several new members March 28. They include: (back row, from left) Ashley VanDenBosch, Dan Erickson, Nick Van Dyke, Jake Redmann, Haley Ehrle; (front row) Mackenzie Conradt, Veronica Brick, Nicole Clement, Kali…

Black Creek area woman named Farm Woman of Year

Left to right: Rogene Wegner, Tiffany Prodell, Craig Krohlow, Marlene Krohlow, Gloria Krohlow, Imogene Bartz and Eric Voight.

Marlene Krohlow was named the 27th Annual Farm Woman of the Year by Results Broadcasting in Shawano at a luncheon at Jackson Point in Seymour on Wednesday, March 30. Krohlow and her husband, Craig, have a dairy farm on Shady…

Seymour teacher, student receive Kohl honors

A luncheon to honor the achievements of northeastern Wisconsin students and teachers will be held Saturday, March 26, at Red Smith School in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation announced Friday. On March 1, the Herb Kohl Educational…

Town hall meeting on state budget scheduled

State Rep. Jim Steineke, R-Vandenbroek, has scheduled a town hall meeting for 6 p.m., Monday, April 18 at the Municipal Building in Seymour to discuss Governor Scott Walker’s proposed biennial budget. Meetings are also planned for Hobart and Freedom are…

Museum gets challenge grant

Community minded people, who wish to remain anonymous, have offered to match all funds up to $100,000, donated to the Seymour Community Historical Society building fund for the next two months until June 1, 2011. This is an excellent opportunity…

Incumbent Vernon Court challenged by Jeff Schroeder in District 3

Incumbent Seymour Alderperson Vernon Court, 535 W. Factory St., said his excitement about the coming Shopko development, the new project at Seymour Dairy Inc. and the construction of the new senior village makes him want to seek a second term…

Incumbent Darlene Werner challenged by Jeffrey Crooks in District 1

Incumbent Seymour Alderperson Darlene Werner, 815 Green St. and co-owner of Beyond Horizons Realty in Seymour, said what she learned about city spending in Seymour during her first term as District 1, Wards 1 and 2 alderperson is why she…