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SCHS awards and scholarships

Harvard Faculty Scholarship Alaina Murphy $41,250 Michigan Tech Women’s Soccer Athletic Grant Amber Hynnek $5,000 Robert M. & Virginia M. Anderson Scholarship – MI Tech Chemical Engineering Scholarship Amber Hynnek $4,000 Michigan Technological University Alumni Legacy Award Amber Hynnek $250…

Rock Ledge Excellence and Achievement awards announced

Outstanding Academic Excellence Award recipients must have a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the year, advanced scores in Math and reading on the WKCE test, involvement in at least one extracurricular activity, and no more than three…

Menominee Hike of Homage to go through Shiocton

A Menominee tribe Hike of Homage will tell the story of the tribe’s removal from the “Paygrounds” near Lake Poygan to its present day reservation. “Our research shows that the walk took place sometime between 1848 and 1852,” Richie Plass,…

ACN acquires Seymour Buyers Guide/Times-Press

The Advertiser Community News has acquired the Seymour Buyers Guide and Times-Press from Blueline Media, effective today, May 26. The Buyers’ Guide has ceased its Seymour operations for the present time. The Times-Press will be merged into the Advertiser Community…

Seymour police Internet crime unit leads to arrest

Daniel W. Wilcox, 46, 2607 N. Locust St., Appleton, has been charged with one felony count of child enticement-sexual contact after he arranged to meet who he thought was a 14-year-old girl in Seymour. The girl was the creation of…

Murphy, Anderson receive Lions’ scholarships

Alaina Murphy and Jordan Anderson were named the winners of the Seymour/Black Creek Lions Clubs scholarships at the annual banquet on Wednesday, May 19. The pair was selected from 18 finalists for the $1,500 scholarships. Murphy is the daughter of…

BC Fire picnic this weekend

The Black Creek Fire and Rescue Department will host its annual picnic Friday and Saturday at South Park, Hickory and Birch streets. The annual event features softball and volleyball tournaments, junior and department water fights, an auction, raffles, and a…

Chiefs may become endangered mascot

By Ray Barrington Shiocton may have to start making plans to pick a new mascot to replace the longtime nickname of Chiefs. District Administrator Chris VanderHeyden told a town hall meeting Thursday he had already talked to a person who…