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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…

ACN & Times-Press links with TextMeNEW to provide marketing tool for area

Lisa Mencheski of TextMeNEW.

The Advertiser Community News & Times-Press is now a team member of TextMeNow, a direct marketing firm which allows businesses to directly market their products and services to customers through text messages. The marketing plan is especially effective to let…

Cash Leisgang is ACN-Times Press New Year’s Baby

The Travis Leisgang family of Seymour welcomed Cash into the family on Jan. 4. Pictured are, left to right: Cael, Travis, Peyton with Cash and Bonnie Leisgang. - Photo by Rick Cohler

Cash Norman Leisgang is the Advertiser Community News-Times Press New Year’s Baby. Cash, the son of Travis and Bonnie Leisgang, Seymour, was born on Jan. 4 at 5:11 a.m. He weighed 8 pounds 1 ounce and was 20 inches long.…

Seymour soldier injured in Afghanistan

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Sgt. Jason Busch, currently serving with the 1/187 Infantry Regiment, received a purple heart at Bagram Airforce Base Jan. 5. He was shot during an engagement with the enemy while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan on Jan. 3. He is…

Leads in “Sweeney Todd” brim with enthusiasm

Sweeney Todd lead players front row, left to right: Keenan Bone, Reed Schneider, Kimberly Kobussen, Logan Witthuhn, Jo Saindon, Emily Herman; back: Chris VanHoozen, Coral LaPalm, A.J. Roark and Eric Friestrom. - Photo by Rick Cohler

It only takes a minute to learn that the student actors in this year’s Seymour Community High School’s production of “Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” love the play and are excited about the upcoming performances. They…

Rock Ledge participates in “Golden Appleseed” program

Rock Ledge Primary and Intermediate centers in Seymour are joining schools in Green Bay, De Pere and Pulaski in an effort to increase and reward parental involvement through the Golden Appleseed program this winter. Golden Appleseed is in addition to…

Seymour man makes 1,000 mile mark in the pool

Bill Duffy, right, holds his 1,000 mile certificate presented by SCHS aquatic center director Lacey Schadrie. - Submitted photo

If Bill Duffy of Seymour had dove into the source of the Mississippi river Lake Itaska, Minn. and started swimming, he would be nearly half way to the Gulf of Mexico. Duffy started keeping track of his miles in the…