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New pastor excited to serve Freedom Moravian Church

By Rick Cohler, editor Pastor Sandra Crase said she and her husband, Patrick McKinney, had prayed much of the summer about whether they should leave their church in Southern California for the pastorate at Freedom Moravian Church at W3457 Center…

CFRC to hold Winterfest planning meetings

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. (CFRC) needs the help of many volunteers to put on the Winterfest Carnival, our biggest yearly event and fundraiser. CFRC’s 12th Annual Winterfest Carnival, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, from 10 a.m.-2…

SCHS band has online fundraising

Seymour Bands have announced a new program to raise money to fund musical experiences for students participating in the district’s Band Program. Those wishing to support music education in Seymour can shop through http://ShopSeymourThunderBand.com for over 3,500 brands and products.…

Celebrate a Christmas Past at the Museum

Special to the ACN & Times-Press by Bill Collar The spirit of Christmas is in the air at the Seymour Community Museum. Exhibits are decorated, Christmas trees are up, and special events are planned for the holiday season. Based on…

County library dispute still unsettled

By Rick Cohler, editor Brown County Library Board members say they want to work with Outagamie County, but stopped short of recommending that a $33,000 bill be rescinded. Brown County is allowed by law to bill adjacent counties for the…

Salvation Army serves families for Thanksgiving, gears up for Christmas

The Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension Thanksgiving give-away was held this month and served 189 families with Thanksgiving dinner. “We would like to thank St. John’s United Church of Christ in Black Creek and The Hortonville Lions Club for…

Seymour budget deliberations continue

By Rick Cohler, editor The Shopko and Senior Village developments have given the City of Seymour a one-time boost in its assessed value. The assessed value jumped nearly $5.1 million in 2012 which will help hold the tax rate down…

Seymour area woman rides to championship, Allison Schuh and “Scooby” take a national title

Allison Schuh has been riding her American Saddlebred horse “Scooby” since she was just eight years old. Ten years later, Allison and Scooby brought home the Western Country Pleasure World Championship, Juvenile Division in St. Louis the last weekend in…

CFRC sponsors free Swim with Dad night

Dads or another male figure like a grandpa, uncle or friend, bring the kids swimming at the Seymour High School Aquatic Center on Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., for CFRC’s Me & My Dad Swimming event. This is a…