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Ride for the Timbers has established a tradition

Fallen Timbers started the first Ride for the Timbers in October, 2007. Its original and continuing intent is to raise funds for the Center, allowing improved educational facilities, up-to-date environmental science field equipment, and expanding field opportunities for our 20,000+…

Schlimm sentenced in 2009 fatal crash

Thomas R. Schlimm, 24, N5491 WIS 55, Seymour, will spend two years in jail and do 500 hours of community service after he was sentenced Monday in a fatal accident Aug. 1, 2009. Schlimm had entered no contest pleas in…

Seymour Chamber to sponsor candidate forum Sept. 2

The Seymour Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a candidate forum on Thursday, Sept. 2, at the Municipal Building. To date, the following candidates have committed to attending: the three Republican candidates for the 5th Assembly District: Craig Fletcher, David Landwehr…

Charges filed in sexual assault of a child

A 44-year-old convicted sex offender has been charged with one count of first degree sexual assault of a child as a repeat offender while at the Outagamie County Fair. Ricky D. Loret, 1225 Doctors Dr. Apt. 106, Neenah is accused…

New law requires electronic devices to be recycled

If you’re planning on getting a new back-to-school computer, upgrading your TV set, or changing cell phones, remember this: After Sept. 1, you can’t just throw the old ones away. A new state law takes effect requiring the recycling of…

Computer hacker causes problems for Seymour man

When Tom Duffey of Seymour started getting phone calls about his dilemna in London early last week, he wasn’t sure what was going on. Someone had been able to get Duffey’s Yahoo e-mail password. Letters, supposedly sent by Duffey were…

No injuries in WIS 54 crash

No one was hurt when a truck pulling a trailer hit another vehicle as it was makeing a left turn from WIS 54 into a driveway on Tuesday, Aug. 10. Reports from the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department say the driver…

Middle school activities meeting for BC, Seymour

An activities orientation meeting is scheduled for any seventh- or eighth-grade Seymour Community School District student and their parents planning on participating in extracurricular activities in the 2010-2011 school year. The meeting will take place at 5:45 p.m. Monday, Aug.…

Committee says keep police-school liaison program

The Seymour City Council’s Courts and Public Safety Committee will not recommend any changes in the police-school liaison program for 2011. At a meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 11, committee Chairman Ryan Kraft said the liaison, overall police department hours and…