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The News from Seymour

Food Products Association applauds National Academy of Sciences fruit and vegetable WIC recommendations

Food Products Association Applauds National Academy of Sciences Fruit and Vegetable WIC Recommendations The Midwest Food Products Association (MWFPA) today commended the latest proposed changes by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA)…

Picture Perfect Molly

By Keith Skenandore Editor What was a start in the wedding photography business by accident has now turned into a success story for a former Seymour High School graduate. Molly Hauge, a 2002 grad, has delved into the wedding and…

Thunder junior wrestler Nick Sherman fights to get Cody Cavil of West De Pere to his back during their 182 pound match during their Bay Conference meet on Thursday, January 12. Sherman would pin Cavil with nine seconds left in…

Lady Thunder junior guard Joeley Bluma attempts to dribble around a Xavier defender during their Bay Conference matchup on Thursday, January 12. Seymour would lead from start to finish as they would defeat the Hawks 52-29. – Photo by Keith…

Thunder lose to Phantoms; Weather postpones New London game

The Seymour boys took to the road to face their rival West De Pere in a key Bay Conference showdown on Friday, January 6. Seymour would hang tight with the Phantoms and take a 4-point halftime lead. West De Pere…

Members of the Seymour High School pep band, under the direction of Ryan Alban, performed at the Bradley Center prior to the Milwaukee Bucks versus Washington Wizards game on Sunday, January 8. – Photo courtesy of the Milwaukee Bucks

School Board to meet

The Seymour Community School District Board of Education will meet in regular session on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, in the Middle School Library at 7 p.m. The agenda includes the following items: Resignations/Hiring, SMS Student Presentation, 2015/16 Fiscal Audit, January…

Seymour Schools’ 2017 Golden Apple nominees

Each year, the Golden Apple Awards program improves community awareness of the quality of education in the Greater Green Bay area by recognizing high standards of professionalism, leadership and innovation in teaching with the Golden Apple Awards. Seven recipients (individuals…

Area Young Parents Learn about Budgeting & Digging Out After the Holidays

Area young parents, ages 13 to 23, will learn budgeting tips at the next Young Parent’s Discussion Group on Tuesday, January 17, from 1-2 p. m. at Rock Ledge Primary School. Becky Smith, a financial counselor with FISC (Financial Information…

Corrections

In the Black Creek incumbents on ballot story should have read, Steve Rettler (current president) is running for president again. Terry Rettler (current trustee) has filed for non-candidacy. In the story about three- year-old Eliana Reed, Ashly Reed (mother) said…