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Rain doesn’t dampen spirits for

Battling both rain and chilly temperatures, sixty-nine riders braved the weather during Fallen Timbers’ Fourth Annual “Ride for the Timbers” on Saturday, Sept.11. Using road bikes as their transportation, participants completed the 10.5 mile route to Seymour using the Newton…

Auction marks changes at River Rail

The familiar interior of the River Rail Bar and Banquet Hall is undergoing changes, and its patrons can buy some of that interior to take home. The Shiocton restaurant will hold an auction Tuesday at 5 p.m to sell a…

Seymour officers to hand out Packers trading cards

The Seymour Police Department will be participating with the 2010 Law Enforcement Packer Card Program. The cards are packaged up in a pack of 20 with the players and some of the Packer management team. On the back side of…

Duane C.“Coondog” Coenen

Duane C. “Coondog” Coenen, age 73 of Bonduel passed away on Friday, Sept. 10, 2010 at Cherry Meadows Hospice in Appleton with his family at his side. Born on Jan. 29, 1937 in Kaukauna, he was the son of the…

Search on for new alderman

The Seymour City Council hopes to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Alderman Jim McMaster as soon as it can. The city will post a notice in the Sept. 20 edition of the Advertiser Community News –…

Seymour alderman dies

Seymour Alderman Jim McMaster died on Tuesday, Sept. 7. Rescue squads were called to his restaurant, Cheezy Jim’s, on Main Street in Seymour just before 11 a.m. Seymour Police Chief Rick Buntrock said McMaster had gone into the restaurant to…

Elementary numbers still growing at Shiocton

Some late arrivals have made the Shiocton school population a bit larger. First-week numbers show an elementary and middle school student body of 580. That is up 23 from last year at the same time and up 35 from two…

Center Valley’s one-room schoolhouse on national, state lists

By Ray Barrington, reporter It’s obvious at first glance that the restored Center Valley School is historic. Now, it’s official. The one-room school, remodeled to its original look as a living museum, has been listed on the state and national…

Independent candidates have tough time

“When I decided to run for governor as an independent, people warned me it would be an uphill battle – it’s more like running into a brick wall,” James James, of Spring Green, one of two independent candidates for governor,…