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Fallen Timbers readies for school year with less

Fallen Timbers Nature Center provides outdoor education for six area school districts. - Photo by Jason Galleske

Fallen Timbers Nature Center provides outdoor education for six area school districts. – Photo by Jason Galleske By Jason Galleske As Fallen Timbers prepares for another school year of educating students in the outdoors, the facility will have some changes…

Stuff the Bus this weekend

The Dawn Leudtke Agency will hold the fifth annual Stuff the Bus drive to collect school supplies for area children through Community 2000. Busses will be located at Don’s Quality Market, Seymour; Sal’s Foods, Black Creek; and Shiocton Mini-Mart, Shiocton.…

Power knocked out at races

  A truck and trailer struck a telephone pole and clipped a power pole, knocking out power at the Outagamie County Fairgrounds and surrounding parts of the city Sunday night.   Seymour Police Department reports say Michael Coel, 35, Pulaski,…

Ground broken for new Seymour Community Museum

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held for the new Seymour Community Museum on Wednesday, Aug. 17. Pictured are steering committee members Jim Campbell, Harold Pingel, Tom Duffey, Bill Collar, “Pudge” Schuh, Mayor Judy Schuette, committee members John Cumicek, Deb Peterson, Dr. Donald Hoff and Elizabeth Timmins. - Photo by Rick Cohler

By next summer, a new Seymour Community Museum will stand in Seymour’s Nagel Park. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday night as members of the steering committee and Seymour Mayor Judy Schuette took a spade or two of sod. Schuette…

WIS 54 to close in Oneida

The construction of the roundabout at WIS 54 and 172 in Oneida will cause the closing of WIS 54 for a period of time, effective Monday, Aug. 22. According to a news release from WisDOT, WIS 54 will be closed…

Seymour Police Department vacancy filled

Seymour Police Officer Brett Stauber was hired as the city's newest full-time officer on Friday, Aug. 12.

Seymour Police Officer Brett Stauber was hired as a full-time officer at a brief special meeting of the Seymour City Council on Friday, Aug. 12. Stauber replaces Officer Mike Brown who resigned rather than face a department disciplinary hearing. The…

Deputies respond to incident in Osborn

Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department deputies were called to a field in the N5700 block of French Road Tuesday afternoon to assist the Outagamie County Health and Zoning Departments investigate a property. The resident threatened to shoot anyone coming on to…

Cowles retains Senate seat

State Senator Rob Cowles (R) Allouez withstood a recall challenge from Nancy Nusbaum to retain his seat. The Republicans maintain control of the Senate, with the Democrats only picking up two seats while needing three. Two Democrats face recall elections…

Process begins to hire new SPD officer

Seymour Mayor Judy Schuette appointed Isaac Schultz to a vacant part-time officer position in the Seymour Police Department. Schultz and current part-time officer Brett Stauber have both applied for the full-time position opened by the resignation of Officer Mike Brown.…

Close call at French and G

Two people were hurt when a Halron Oil Co. truck smashed into their car at the intersection of CTH G and French Road shortly before 3 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 4. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Three people escaped serious injury Thursday afternoon when their car was hit broadside by a truck at the intersection of French Road and CTH G in the Town of Seymour. Reports from the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department say a large…