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Seymour Community High School senior awards and scholarships

Seymour Community High School held its Academic Awards banquet on Wednesday, May 23. The following awards and scholarships were presented. Seymour Office of First National Bank of Waupaca Scholarship: Gabrielle Jochman. Seymour United Methodist Church Scholarships: Raissa Ashman, Margaret Blohm,…

Fire destroys barn

Fire destroyed a barn at N8272 Town Hall Road in the Town of Cicero shortly after 10 a.m. Friday, May 25. The barn was being rented by Birling’s Bovines, next door. Cindy Birling said an employee, Tyler Thiel, said smoke…

Tree branches crash to ground, cut power, damage home

Two large branches of a maple tree split off the trunk and fell across Ivory Street about 10:45 Thursday morning. Wolfram Thorstenson lives in the house at 317 Ivory St. “I was watching TV when I heard a loud noise…

Memorial Day events set in Seymour

The 92nd Seymour Veteran’s Memorial Day Parade and Program will be held on Monday, May 28, at 9 a.m. The parade will begin in front of the American Legion Clubhouse on West Pearl Street onto Main Street, turn left onto…

Seymour Woman’s Club announces scholarship winners for 2012

The Seymour Woman’s Club announced the 2012 winners of four $600 scholarships for Seymour High School seniors at the club’s Spring Banquet on Monday, May 14, at Jackson Point. The winners are: Erica Blohm, daughter of Cory and Jim Blohm;…

Exchange student finds Seymour welcoming

Michael Ugese said he is glad Wisconsin had an unusually mild winter this year. “I hate snow,” the Nigerian foreign exchange student at Seymour Community High School said. He is one of only 20 high school students who met the…

Radio purchase put off

It now appears that the City of Seymour and other Outagamie County communities have a bit more breathing room before having to replace their existing emergency radios with the new 800 mHz system the county is installing. The new system…