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Employers play big role in the success of the National Guard

When editor Rick Cohler spent a day with the 32nd Infantry Brigade at Ft. McCoy on June 18, his visit coincided with a “Boss Lift,” designed to show business leaders how their employees are trained. The “thump-thump-thump” of the rotors…

2nd District recall pits Nusbaum against Cowles

Former De Pere mayor and Brown County Executive Nancy Nusbaum defeated Otto Junkerman in a Democratic primary election on Tuesday, July 12 with 65 percent of the vote total. Junkerman was one of the candidates who filed for the primary…

32nd Infantry Brigade trains for battle, Part 2

By Rick Cohler, editor Note: Col. Martin Seifer of Seymour was named commander of the 32nd Infantry Brigade in 2010. He invited editor Rick Cohler to spend a day with the brigade at Fort McCoy during training in June. Part…

Jason and Josh Busch cited for their service

The City of Seymour and the State of Wisconsin said thank you to SSG Jason Busch, Aco 1-187 INF REG 3rd BCT 101 ABN DIV and SGT Joshua Busch, Dco 1-327 INF REG 1st BCT 101 ABN DIV for their…

FBLA attends National Leadership Conference

Six Seymour Community High School FBLA members attended the National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla., last month. Seymour students competed in Business Presentation, E-Business, Database Design and Public Speaking I, as well as having a state officer for the upcoming…

Museum matching funds matched

Special to the ACN – Bill Collar, Seymour Historical Society The Seymour Community Historical Society is pleased to announce building fund donations for the three-month period from April through June exceeded the $100,000 matching funds challenge. A huge “Thank You”…

32nd Infantry Brigade trains to keep sharp

By Rick Cohler, editor Note: Col. Martin Seifer of Seymour was named commander of the 32nd Infantry Brigade in 2010. He invited editor Rick Cohler to spend a day with the brigade at Fort McCoy during training in June.The face…

The History Channel puts the Home of the Hamburger in the spotlight

By Rick Cohler, editor Over the past several months “Only in America” with Larry the Cable Guy on the History Channel has featured such titles as, “Larry Deep Fries Everything” to “Larry Gits a Gator.” On the show, Larry crisscrosses…

Council redraws city district election lines

A small number of Seymour residents will find themselves with a new alderman next spring. The Seymour City Council, at its Monday, July 27, meeting approved a city redistricting plan to correspond with new population figures from the U.S. Census.…

Relay for Life seeks to beat cancer “bully”

Several hundred people gathered for the 2011 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life June 24-25. All through the night, teams of walkers made their way around the track at Seymour Community High School. Some walked to raise funds, others to…