Category: SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Coonen Pleads Not Guilty to Child Sexual Exploitation Charge

By Rick CohlerTimes Press News Correspondent Andy Coenen, 27, a former special education teacher and coach in the Michicot schools pleaded not guilty to one felony count of attempted sexual exploitation of a child. Coenen, who now lists a Black…

WIAA cancels remainder of winter sports season

Following Seymour’s 70-58 loss to Kaukauna in the semifinal round of their Division 2 game, the WIAA announced that the boys sectional final and State Tournament games, along with the girls State Tournament which started Thursday night, will be canceled…

Thunder eliminated from playoffs by Kaukauna

By Keith SkenandoreSports Editor Seymour would trail 55-53 with 3:30 left to play in their WIAA Division 2 Sectional semifinal game against Kaukauna at the neutral site of Ashwaubenon High School. That would be the closest they would get as…

Thunder advances to sectionals

By Keith SkenandoreSports Editor After falling in the regionals last year to Pulaski, this year’s Seymour boys basketball team was focused and looking for a better end to their season. With a 68-56 win over visiting Luxemburg-Casco on Saturday, March…

Thunder advances to regional finals

By Keith SkenandoreSports Editor It was the second game of the season when Seymour faced Green Bay Southwest and cruised to an easy 85-51 non-conference game back on December 3. It was early in the season and the Trojans, sporting…

First Seymour District Teacher to achieve National Board Certification

Vicki L. Leisgang, Seymour Community School District, began her National Board Certification process in 2014 and is now certified as a Nationally Board Certified Teacher: Middle Childhood Generalist, specializing in teaching students ages 7-12. Leisgang shares, “The National Board Certification…

Kaczrowski stands in third on the State Wrestling Championship podium

By Keith SkenandoreSport Editor It may not have been the finish he envisioned, but Wyatt Kaczrowski finished his State Wrestling Championship appearance in third place. After suffering a heartbreaking 3-2 defeat in the semi-finals last night, Kaczrowski would finish strong…

Kaczrowski to wrestle for third at State Championships

By Keith SkenandoreSports Editor Thunder wrestler Wyatt Kaczrowski’s goal to improve on last year’s second place finish at the WIAA Division 2 State Wrestling Championships will fall short with a loss in tonight’s semifinal match. Kaczrowski would fall by a…

Seymour Woman has Trailer, Will Haul

By Keith Skenandore – Managing Editor Women are increasing behind the wheel as they drive those trailers, haulers and rigs down the roads in what was a man’s job. You can now add one more woman to the list as…

JSA Coffee Roasting, LLC. is Perking Up Main Street

Inside JSA coffee

By Katie Kovacs – Reporter JSA Coffee Roasting, LLC., opened its doors on Feb. 5 on Main Street in Seymour. The business is located in the old head start building next to the Muehl Public Library and is open 7…