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Council approves TIF projects

The Seymour City Council voted unanimously Monday night, March 22, to expand the allowed projects in the Tax Increment Funded District No. 3 on the city’s east side. Those projects include the extension of Mainline Drive north to Bronson Road…

Nathan King to join Seymour Board of Education

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Nathan King, 932 Fulton St., Seymour, will be the newest member of the Seymour Board of Education following the April 6 election. There are no contested races for the board on the ballot. King will replace Brian Maas, who resigned…

Crash hurts two in Oneida

Alcohol was reportedly involved in an early Thursday, March 18, morning crash on WIS 54 and VanBoxtel Road in Oneida. Kent Cornell, 19, De Pere, ran the stop sign at the intersection according to Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department reports. A…

Methodist churches join to benefit Haiti with chili lunch

During the past year, five area United Methodist Churches (Angelica, Center, Cicero, Oneida, and Seymour UMCs) have been joining together to respond to the needs of our communities. Throughout the year they have had the opportunity to hear about the…

Schuette: City must balance wants, needs, common sense

All the candidates have been asked to write some comments on whatever they would like to talk about. Mine would be about my position on some of the issues facing the city at the present time. I think most anybody…

Open enrollment figures are in

Home schooling and virtual schools appear to be having an impact on open enrollment requests for school districts including Seymour. At its March 23 meeting, District Administrator Peter Ross told the Seymour School Board that there are 55 requests, including…

Seymour Farmers’ Market ready for a new season

The Seymour Farmers’ Market is returning for its second year on Tuesdays from June 15 -Oct. 12 at Nagel Park on Depot Street. No market will be held the week before Burgerfest. It should be a bigger and better market…

Election forum held

Moderator Elizabeth Timmins and candidates for mayor and alderman at a candidate forum on Monday, March 15, sponsored by the SCHS Student Senate.  - Photo by Rick Cohler

By Rick Cohler Editor With the Seymour Community High School auditorium stage draped in red-white-and-blue bunting, the candidates for city offices laid out their positions and answered a series of questions in a candidate forum on Monday, March 15. The…

Book award benefits Community 2000

Rock Ledge Intermediate Center teacher Jodi Roskowski gets help hauling more than 300 books to Community 2000 from (left to right): Morgan Wolter, Mike Keuhne, Troy Wisniewski and Megan Eick. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Community 2000 received a surprise on Thursday, March 11, when Rock Ledge Intermediate fifth grade teacher Jodi Roskowski and four helpers showed up with more than 300 books. Community 2000 received a surprise on Thursday, March 11, when Rock Ledge…