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Neenah man killed in Town of Osborn crash

A Neenah man was killed early Saturday morning when he lost control of his car on Krueger Road near CTH C in the Town of Osborn. Charles Deeg, 23, was thrown from the car which was eastbound on Krueger Road.…

Pashouwer selected for Seymour City Council

Cal Pashouwer, 534 Foote St., has been selected as the new alderman for the Second District – Wards 3 and 4 Seymour City Council seat left vacant by the death of Jim McMaster earlier this month. During his remarks to…

SCHS homecoming events will keep kids busy

Students at Seymour Community High School will have a busy week with homecoming events this week. Monday: Band Day, with the Frozen T-Shirt activity, sponsored by Thunderzone. Tuesday: Country Western Day with a relay, sponsored by Student Leadership. Wednesday: Disco…

MPL wine tasting date set for November 6

The Friends of the Muehl Public Library Wine and Beer Tasting Event and Silent Auction is a chance to sample the best of Northeast Wisconsin breweries and wineries. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 6 from 5–9 p.m. at…

Girl Scout coat drive starts Friday, October 1

The Seymour and Black Creek Girl Scouts will start their annual coat drive on Friday, Oct. 1. A kick off will be held at Don’s Quality Market in Seymour from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9 Girl Scouts will…

Wisconsin marijuana grows linked to Mexican cartels, western U.S. grows, suspects all plead not guilty to charges

This photo from the Navarino Wildlife Area grow discovered in 2008 shows how trees are cut off several feet above the ground and blinds of brush are constructed to shield the grow site. - ACN-Times Press file photo

All of the dozen men charged in connection with the marijuana growing operation in Northeastern Wisconsin in August have pleaded not guilty in federal court. Seven of the men entered pleas in Green Bay on Friday, Sept. 10. The other…

Primary sets Nov. 2 ballot

Republican Wisconsin Assembly District 5 candidate Jim Steineke, Kaukauna, survived a tough, three-way battle Tuesday to win the GOP primary. Steineke will face Democrat Mert Summers of De Pere in the Nov. 2 general election. Steineke trailed for much of…

Rain doesn’t dampen spirits for

"Good News" provided music for the cyclists at the annual Ride for the Timbers on Saturday, Sept. 11 - Photo by Rick Cohler

Battling both rain and chilly temperatures, sixty-nine riders braved the weather during Fallen Timbers’ Fourth Annual “Ride for the Timbers” on Saturday, Sept.11. Using road bikes as their transportation, participants completed the 10.5 mile route to Seymour using the Newton…