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Accidents claim one life, hurt seven

Traffic crashes have killed one person, critically injured two more, and sent the remaining five victims to area hospitals. Four people were hurt about 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17, when a 19-year-old Town of Black Creek woman apparently failed…

Adoption

Darlene and John Zeutzius and big sister Kyla, 9, would like to announce the adoption of Sasha, 7, A.J., 4, and Tavi, 2. Their family doubled officially on Sept. 28, 2010. Grandparents are Leslie and Shirley Mueller, Seymour, and Rick…

Seymour man critically hurt in crash

Troy R. Bodart, 29, 744 N. Main St., Seymour, remains in critical condition at University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison following a one-vehicle crash about 3 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 14. Bodart’s was eastbound on CTH G near Grunwald Road in…

Police departments, cost compared

By: Rick Cohler, editor The size of the Seymour Police Department has been a subject of sharp debate over the past few months and is expected to prompt more discussion on Monday, Nov. 15 when the Seymour City Council looks…

Committees trim Seymour budget

The Council will hold a special budget session on Monday, Nov. 15. Three committees met this past week to look for ways to trim the proposed 2011 spending and tax plan. As originally proposed, the budget carried a tax levy…

Seymour Middle School students honor veterans

During their annual tribute to veterans, Seymour Middle School seventh grade students honored their guests with music, poetry and gifts. The masters of ceremony for the event were Emma Ellis and Brayden Wilinski. Mickenzie Plinska gave the drum roll as…

Paint ball complaints filed

The Seymour Police Department received three criminal damage complaints in the area of Sally, Lincoln and High streets on Saturday, Nov. 6. The incidents occurred between the hours of 1:42 and 9:49 a.m. The criminal damage was caused by a…

Trial set in fraud case

A Seymour woman, accused of one felony count of identity theft to obtain money or credit and misdemeanor charges of forgery and obstructing a police officer has pleaded not guilty and is scheduled to face a jury trial on Jan.…

WIS 47 to open Friday

WIS 47 between Black Creek and Bonduel, which has been closed for most of the summer and fall, will be open to through traffic Friday by noon, a release from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation said. The highway’s closing has…

Seymour Council reconsiders Tahoe sale

On a 4-2 vote, the Seymour City Council voted to reconsider its Oct. 25 decision to remove a 2003 Tahoe from the police department’s fleet. While the issue of the Tahoe is the focal point, the underlying issue is a…