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Stuff the Bus to return Aug. 13-14

The fall school term begins in several weeks and the Lee Nimmer Agency Fourth Annual Stuff the Bus event will be held on Friday, Aug. 13, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 14, from 9 a.m.-noon to help all…

Menn Law Firm welcomes new attorney

Brennan T. Haworth brings a background in environmental science, and planning and zoning, as well as the law to the Menn Law Firm office in Seymour. Haworth joined the firm in July, replacing attorney Lucas Schneider who left this spring…

Fourth Annual Ride for the Timbers to be held on Saturday, September 11

Fallen Timbers Environmental Center is hosting its fourth annual non-competitive bicycle event for individuals and families of all ages, Saturday, Sept. 11. Dedicated to the memory of an outstanding teacher, Joel Cartier, this Outagamie/Shawano/Waupaca county ride has attracted over 350…

Seymour FBLA takes fifth place at nationals

Seymour FBLA attended the National Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Pictured are, left to right: Advisor Katie Grassel, Jenny Stingle, Andrea Grignon, Mackenzie Blom, and Larry Gill - Submitted photo

Four of Seymour’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members headed out to Nashville this July to prove that they have what it takes to be a leader. Nashville was host to the National Leadership Conference which is held annually…

Catch A Pig winners listed

“Fruit of the Loom” was the winner of the costume contest during the FFA Alumni Catch A Pig contest Wednesday at the Outagamie County Fair.  - Photo by Ray Barrington

On an evening so warm even a mud bath felt cool, intrepid wrasslers took on swine that flew in the second FFA Alumni Catch A Pig contest in front of the grandstand at the Outagamie County Fair. Teams competed in…

Seymour Police News

A Seymour man faces a felony battery charge and misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges after an incident outside a Seymour tavern at 1:50 a.m. on Monday, July 26. According to police department reports, police were dispatched to the Hustle Inn, 202…

Council clears way for radium project

The Seymour City Council, acting as the Utility Board, has approved the next step in clearing the city’s water system of radium. The board, on Monday, July 26, approved a resolution authorizing McMahon and Associates, Neenah, to proceed with finalizing…

ACN has first birthday

Fear, excitement, exhilaration, team work and community support are a few thoughts that come to mind looking back on the last year with our launch of the Advertiser Community News and the purchase of the Seymour Buyers’ Guide and Times-Press.…

Seymour native is new school district curriculum director

The Seymour Community School District Board of Education has announced that Jennifer Kurczek has been chosen to replace Mary Brown as director of curriculum and instruction for the Seymour Community School District. Kurczek will officially began her new duties on…

Savard exits congressional race

News Release from Reid Ribble Campaign Marc Savard announced today he is withdrawing from the Republican primary race to challenge Steve Kagen in the fall election and is endorsing Reid Ribble. “Out of all the remaining candidates in the Republican…