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Flooding Hits Black Creek

(For more photos, click on ACN GALLERIES.) It wasn’t the “perfect storm,” but a combination of a one-hour cloudburst, failed pumps and a sewer system that is being fixed led to a wet Monday in Black Creek. Flooding hit the…

Shiocton to host CWC Youth regional championships

Shiocton will be hosting the Central Wisconsin Conference Youth Baseball American League Grand Championship Tuesday morning, July 27 at the Lake Park diamonds with 2 games at 9 and the Championship at 11. The National League Grand Championship will be…

Seymour man charged with stalking Pulaski woman

Edward J. Zimbal, 50, 421 W. Pearl St., Seymour, has been charged in Brown County with one felony count of stalking. Zimbal was charged on June 28, stemming from several incidents involving a Pulaski woman. According to the criminal complaint,…

Seymour PD handing out concert tickets for “good behavior”

“I was trying to think what I was doing wrong,” Dan Doersch of Seymour said after seeing flashing blue and red lights in his rearview mirror on Wednesday, July 21. Doersch and his wife, Kitty, had a pleasant surprise, however,…

Too quiet in Nichols due to construction, economy, rain

Rain does not, by itself, stop a business. Neither does road construction. A bad economy can, but many businesses weather recessions. Put them all together in a small town, however, and it’s a perfect storm. Just ask the folks in…

Kim Klarner has great love of daylilies

When Kim Klarner lived in Seymour, she was frustrated at the lack of space she had for daylilies. She’s frustrated no longer. Now she has all the room she needs at their Lawn Road Klarner family home for Kim to…

Shock and Ow!

By Ray Barrington ReporterThe use of electric shock to gather walleye for tagging drew angry comments from fishermen during a Department of Natural Resources meeting July 13 in Shiocton. Electrofishing has been used in recent years to gather the fish…

Seymour fire chief to retire

Seymour Fire Chief Steve Krabbe submitted a letter of retirement to the Council’s Courts and Public Safety Committee on Thursday, July 15. Krabbe, who has served 30 years on the department, has been chief for the past 10 years. Krabbe…

Village Board takes steps toward monthly water bills

The Black Creek Village Board took another step toward monthly water bills at its July 12 meeting. The board approved discussing options for monthly water billing with the state Public Service Commission, and if the village gets PSC approval, it…