SEYMOUR

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Focus on Business

One of Seymour’s newest businesses is a mixture of California trend and Pennsylvania Dutch recipes according to owner Pat Stone. Stone said she grew up on the edge of Pennsylvania Dutch country, but spent many years in the newspaper and…

Girl Scouts to collect winter articles

The Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc., Seymour, Black Creek and Shiocton, will begin their annual collection of winter items on Monday, Oct. 1 in Salvation Army Coat Drive. They will be collecting new or gently used coats,…

CFRC to hold money management workshop for parents and kids

Parents and their school-aged children will learn how to manage money by attending CFRC’s (Community Family Resource Centers, Inc.) FREE event titled “Save, Spend & Share Workshop.” This event is being held on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 6-7 p.m. at the…

Seymour police unravel “sexting” case

By Rick Cohler, editor Seymour Police-School Liaison Officer TJ Hilgenberg, with help from Officer John Fuller and other department members, spent most of the summer taking apart a “sexting” case and putting it back together. When police reassembled the case,…

Curfew ordinance finalized

The Seymour City Council finalized changes in the city’s curfew ordinance for minors and adopted the amended ordinance at its Monday, Sept. 10 meeting. Those changes include removing references to ages 15-17 and replacing them with all provisions applying to…

PACE playgroups part of incentive program

Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) playgroups began last week, but PACE is always open for enrollment. To help get the word out about PACE to more area families, an incentive program is being offered to returning families. A family returning…

2012-13 school year underway

Area schools began the 2012-13 school year on Tuesday, Sept. 4 with all the excitement that goes with new grades for students. At Seymour Community High School incoming freshmen had a new activity. The school implemented Link Crew, according to…

Sentence handed down in Shawano drug-related death

A former Seymour man has been sentenced to seven years in state prison and eight years of extended supervision upon his release. Matthew V. Inman, 23, was charged in connection with the drug-related death of Daniel R. Westcott, 21, in…

Center Valley School celebrates 125 years

By Rick Cohler, editor When young students from Black Creek, Shiocton, Freedom or elsewhere walk up the steps of the Center Valley Grade School, they are suddenly in the school world of their great grandparents. “The kids are absolutely fascinated,”…

City to seek repair or raze order for Factory St. residence

The city of Seymour will seek a repair or raze order against James Johnson of Oconto Falls, who owns the property at 302 W. Factory Street. City ordinance allows such an order if the cost of repairs to a property…