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Seymour singer heads for Carnegie Hall

Seymour Community High School freshman Meghan Opgenorth had the experience of a lifetime this weekend, singing to an audience at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Meghan travelled with the Lawrence Academy of Music Girl Choir of Appleton to be…

Students to perform “Murder is a Game”

Seymour Community High School will produce the student-directed “Murder is a Game” by Fred Carmichael May 17-19. The play is about Sloan and Toby Bigelow, two authors who write famous mystery novels, but who both have writers’ block. Lois Dunston,…

Work to begin on WIS 54 bridge in Oneida

Governor Scott Walker recently signed an approximately $8.7 million contract to build a new WIS 54 bridge crossing Duck Creek and other improvements beginning Monday, April 23. The project is scheduled for completion in mid-November. In addition to the new…

Jump Rope for Heart event at Rock Ledge a success

Brady Mueller left and Garrett Wendorff jump rope in the Rock Ledge Jump Rope for Heart. Submitted photo On Feb. 10-16, students at Rock Ledge in Seymour jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope For…

Citizen complaint leads to marijuana arrest

A Green Bay man faces misdemeanor charges of possession of THC and drug paraphernalia after a Seymour resident called police to report suspicious behavior outside his home. Steven E. Reagan, 42, 921 Square Terrace, Green Bay, was arrested after a…

Several Seymour families love it when the sun shines

By Rick Cohler, editor Terry and Michelle Anschutz had been thinking about solar energy for some time, but when they saw several solar panels while in the Prairie du Chien area last summer, they stopped to get some information and…

Wisconsin picks Romney, local voters like Santorum

Mitt Romney won the Wisconsin Republican Presidential Primary on Tuesday, April 3. Romney received 44 percent of the vote. Rick Santorum finished second with 37 percent, followed by Ron Paul with 11 percent and Newt Gingrich had 6 percent. Michelle…

Trautmann and Dessart are the SCHS 2012 WIAA Scholar Athletes nominees

Two graduating seniors, one boy and one girl, have been named Seymour High School’s 2012 WIAA Scholar Athletes. Mandy Trautmann and Mark Dessart will receive medals from the WIAA at the school’s awards ceremony on Wednesday, May 16. Each year,…

FBLA attends State Leadership Conference

Seymour Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members traveled to LaCrosse, to compete at the State Leadership Conference. The conference started with getting motivated by listening to Dr. Matt Bellace, he motivated students by focusing on the natural ways that…