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Counterfeit cash confiscated

Seymour Police confiscated counterfeit cash on Dec. 4. – Photo courtesy Seymour Police Seymour police have confiscated a large amount of suspected counterfeit bills following a traffic stop on Sunday, Dec. 4 According to a press release from the Seymour…

Seymour tax rate announced

By Rick Cohler, editor City of Seymour property owners will pay just under $8.40 per $1,000 assessed valuation to fund city operations in 2012. The tax rate has now been set as state figures have been forwarded to the municipalities.…

Fair in the black for 2011

  The Outagamie County Fair ended 2011 with a $2,139.95 profit. That figure compares to a 2010 loss of $9,190.35.  It’s always good to end up in the black,” Outagamie County Fair Board President Carl Schaumberg said.  The figures were…

Council passes Seymour budget

  The Seymour City tax levy will decrease 1.31 percent to fund the 2012 city budget unanimously passed by the Seymour City Council on Monday, Nov. 28.  The levy will total $1,552,150 to fund general fund expenditures, city debt and…

Mayor, judge three city council seats and two Seymour School Board on April ballot

  Candidates for municipal offices are now allowed to circulate nomination petitions for the April 3, 2012 election.  In Seymour, Mayor Judith Schuette’s term expires in April.  Other positions on the ballot include municipal judge, currently held by Frank Lipp,…

CFRC wins grant through community support

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc., with locations in Seymour and Black Creek, was the recipient of a $2,500 grant from Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region through their 25-for-25 Charity Challenge. “We wouldn’t have won this grant without the…

Seymour students work to end bullying

  Student Leadership at Seymour Community High School is trying to educate younger students on bullying prevention.   A delegation from Student Leadership made a presentation to the Seymour School Board at its Tuesday, Nov. 22 meeting.   During the…

Seymour Community Museum construction moves forward

  Bill Collar, special to the ACN & Times-Press With the new museum/learning center construction steadily progressing, plans are underway to present Seymour area history in a manner that is accurate and compelling. When members of the historical society discussed…

Seymour man killed in Oconto County fire

  The Oconto County Sheriff’s Department has identified the victim of a Nov. 18 fire as Edward C. Kwasny, 79, Seymour.   According to a report in the Green Bay Press Gazette, Kwasny’s nephew, Kevin J. Kwasny, 52, Amberg, said…