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Cold night ends with broken window

A Neenah area woman will make restitution to Service Motor Company, 831 N. Main St. after she smashed her way into the building to get out of the cold. Seymour police were called to the 200 block of South Main…

Panel looks at future school needs

Rick Cohler, editor As the Seymour Community School District looks at the future of the district and at education needs of the 21st century. a panel of residents and school personnel met Tuesday, Feb. 8 to offer suggestions. The group,…

Six on county exec ballot

Editor’s note: six candidates are on the Feb. 15 ballot for Outagamie County executive. All of the following information is from the candidates’ websites, with the exception of Mike Marsden whose information was gathered in a telephone interview. Charles Kramer,…

Seymour brothers decorated for combat in Afghanistan

U.S. Army Sgt. Jason Busch, Company A, 1st Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, left, poses with his brother, U.S. Army Cpl. Josh, 3rd platoon, Company D, 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team. - Photo courtesy U.S. Army

Editor’s note: The ACN & Times-Press has presented information on both soldiers in recent weeks. This follow-up provides further details. It was written by U.S. Army Sgt. Scott Davis Regional Command-East Public Affairs. BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – Two brothers, from…

Super Bowl XLV brings back memories for Clint Kriewaldt

By Ray Barrington, reporter Clint Kriewaldt’s having flashbacks this week. It was just five years ago that the former Shiocton High School football star was getting ready, along with his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates, for Super Bowl XL in Detroit. The…

Council acts on radium project

The City of Seymour is moving ahead with plans to remove radium from the city’s drinking water and the construction of a Shopko store at WIS 54 and Mainline Drive. The Seymour City Council approved two financing measures for the…

SMS behavior program reaping results

mation from the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program at the Jan. 25 school board meeting. Pictured are, left to right: Instructional Support Specialist Joe Bernhardt, and students Jon Robinson, Lexus King, Cassi Peters and Ashley Black. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Seymour Middle School students and staff are pleased with the results of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program which has been underway at SMS since the start of the school year. A presentation on the program was given to…