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Cowles retains Senate seat

State Senator Rob Cowles (R) Allouez withstood a recall challenge from Nancy Nusbaum to retain his seat. The Republicans maintain control of the Senate, with the Democrats only picking up two seats while needing three. Two Democrats face recall elections…

Process begins to hire new SPD officer

Seymour Mayor Judy Schuette appointed Isaac Schultz to a vacant part-time officer position in the Seymour Police Department. Schultz and current part-time officer Brett Stauber have both applied for the full-time position opened by the resignation of Officer Mike Brown.…

Close call at French and G

Two people were hurt when a Halron Oil Co. truck smashed into their car at the intersection of CTH G and French Road shortly before 3 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 4. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Three people escaped serious injury Thursday afternoon when their car was hit broadside by a truck at the intersection of French Road and CTH G in the Town of Seymour. Reports from the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department say a large…

Former Packer Robinson promotes Lombardi book

Packers great Dave Robinson holds up his book that he coauthored with Royce Boyles, titled ‘The Lombardi Legacy: Thirty People who were touched by greatness.’ - Photo by Jason Galleske

By Jason Galleske Former Packers great Dave Robinson was on hand at the Outagamie County Fair recently to promote his book, which he co-authored with Royce Boyles “The Lombardi Legacy: Thirty People who were touched by Greatness.” The duo also…

One killed, one hurt in car-bike crash

Rescue crews were on hand at a car-bicycle accident on Monday, Aug. 1 - Photo by Jason Galleske

A Green Bay woman was killed and her husband was critically injured when their tandem bicycle was struck from behind by a car on CTH EE just west of the intersection of EE and CTH C at 11 a.m. Monday…

Seymour man draws prison time for stalking Pulaski women

By Rick Cohler, editor “You are the kind of person you see on 20-20 who commits a horrific crime and when you look back you see warning signs over the years but no one picked up on them,” Brown County…

Repaving set for WIS 54 in Seymour

Governor Scott Walker recently signed a $104,000 contract to improve 0.2 miles of WIS 54 from Circle Drive to CTH C in the city of Seymour. The work is beginning Monday, Aug. 8 and is expected to be completed by…

Badger Band at Burger Fest

The University of Wisconsin Madison Badger Marching Band will appear in the World’s Largest Hamburger Parade during Burger Fest in Seymour on Saturday, Aug. 6. The parade begins on Main Street at 11 a.m. The band will perform its Fifth…

School district hires eight teachers

The Seymour School Board approved the hiring of eight new teachers at its Monday, July 25, meeting. In order to make up for lower revenue limits and decreased state aid to education, the district is leaving close to nine positions…

City to refinance long-term debt

The Seymour City Council voted to refinance the city’s debt, but voted against the city applying for bond credit rating. The resolution says the city will issue general obligation refunding bonds not to exceed $1,520,000. The debt is from a…