SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Woman finds path meant for her

By Sara Tischauser Editor Seymour resident has found a new vocation in life and believes God has been leading her to this new path throughout her life. Diana Ziegler, Seymour, started serving as the pastor at United Methodist Church in…

Veterans spend a day in D.C.

By Sara Tischauser Editor The welcome as the veterans got off the plane from the Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight on July 27 was a very different welcome than what the veterans received when they came back from Vietnam. Some Vietnam…

Kenyan orphanage gives thanks to Seymour

By Sara Tischauser Editor Love, support and prayer have no bounds and thousands of physical miles apart cannot prevent Seymour residents from making a difference in the lives of some Kenyan children. Badi Iddi, manager of the Lord’s House of…

Seymour Legion goes 1-2 in regional, ends season at 6-14

The Seymour Legion Post 106 baseball team finished 1-2 at the Kaukauna Regional and was eliminated from further tournament play. Seymour ends their season with a 6-14 record. New London won the Regional Tournament by defeating Kaukauna 11-3 in the…

Fair returns to terminal hog show

By Sara Tischauser Editor This year, the Outagamie County Fair will once again be having a terminal hog show at the fair because of new mandates from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP). Steve Green, one…

Boundary Waters

Students in the Seymour High School Outdoor Adventure group spent a week at the Boundary Waters and worked together as they traversed their route. Students helped each other carry packs and canoes over portages that were usually a half mile…

Fairest of the Fair excited to be back at Fair

Morgan Rynish, 2018 Outagamie County Fairest of the Fair, will be at the Outagamie County Fair throughout the week. She will be speaking at various events. Rynish was a former exhibitor at the fair and is excited to be back…