SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Seymour Students Present Research at UW-Milwaukee

Seymour student, Amanda Linksens was chosen to speak about her research as one of three student speakers at UW-Milwaukee. Part of the schools Anatomy & Physiology and Biochemistry classes, as well as independent research, includes using zebrafish embryos in a…

Seymour City Council Toughens Tobacco Ordinances

By Stephen Knoll Editor The Seymour City Council is tightening up some regulations to combat some vagueness in the laws. With rising popularity of alternative smoking options like vaping and e-cigarettes some council members noticed some loopholes in the city’s…

American Legion Cards

April 26 Mens Jim Vande Wettering 49 James Muenster 43 Ladies Karen Euhardy 47 Helen Vande Hei 46 Door Prizes Dave Tesch Mary Tesch Joe Bluma Pete Mullen

Cards

Big John Lueck had 43 points for first place. Kay Vande Corput had 41 points for second. Bette Ibe and Allyn Staley had 39 points for third. Low went to Ramona Kleman. Door prizes went to Doris Krause, Duane Doersch,…

DI Divas at DQ Match Night

The DI Divas (Destination Imagination) are a team of seven dynamic young ladies from Rock Ledge Intermediate School who have qualified for Global Finals at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. The team placed at both Regional and State Competitions this spring…

Kraft Officially Sworn in as Seymour Mayor

Seymour has a new mayor, but for many, he is a familiar face. Ryan Kraft was born and raised in Seymour, graduated from UW-Green Bay where he graduated with a masters in corporate finance and also in economics, and has…

Seymour Track Comes Out Strong in Waupaca Meet

By Stephen Knoll Editor A lot of the sports might be on hold, but the Seymour track team was able to get in a meet before the blizzard hit. Traveling over to Waupaca the Thunder faced off with Waupaca, Shawano…

Weather Shortening Spring Sports Season

By Stephen Knoll Editor It hasn’t quite been the hot start to the spring sports season that people were expecting, it has actually been quite the opposite. Most fields are still buried under a foot or two of snow and…

Record Snow Slams Area

By Stephen Knoll Editor The calendar says it is officially spring, but the weather seems to think it is still winter. Blizzard Evelyn buried much of the state in snow with conditions officially reaching blizzard status in Seymour. Shiocton saw…

A wonderful group of industrious sixth graders from Seymour Middle School made big things happen for the Seymour Police Department this past month. Mrs. Nelson’s third quarter PASS group organized three fundraising activities to help our community police department with…