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Zimbal to stand trial for stalking

Edward J. Zimbal, 50, 421 W. Pearl St., Seymour, is scheduled to face a jury trial on Dec. 1 in Brown County on one felony count of stalking. According to the criminal complaint, a woman Zimbal met while he was…

Seymour School Board to vary meeting sites

The Seymour School Board will take its meetings on the road periodically for the next several months. The Board will meet at Black Creek School on Tuesday, Oct. 26, return to the library at Seymour Community High School for the…

SCHS yearbook available for order now

Creating high school memories is fun for all but documenting them for future years is priceless. The Seymour Community High School yearbook staff is hard at work preserving this year’s memories. They have been actively taking pictures at school events…

CFRC to hold scrapbooking weekend in November

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. (CFRC) is hosting a fall Scrapbooking Weekend Friday, Nov. 12–Sunday, Nov. 14 at the Osborn Town Hall. Bring your traditional scrapbooking, digital scrapbooking, or another hobby and enjoy time with friends. Cost for Friday (5…

Seymour Homecoming Court

2010 SCHS Homecoming Court: Front row, left to right: sophomore Gabriela Negrete, King Adam VandenLangenberg and Queen Rachael Behnke, freshman Dylan Beyer and freshman Haley Heidke. Back row: junior Kaitlyn Rettler, junior Jacob Anderson, sophomore Zane Duffy, senior Calahan Skogman…

SCHS grads open new business in Seymour

Larry Gill and Steven Heiting were walking down the street when they were sophomores at Seymour Community High School. They decided then that they wanted to open a computer company. A little over three months after graduation, Gill and Heiting…

Businesses cautioned about peddlers

Seymour police have had reports of people coming in and attempting to sell questionable products. Management at Subway has reported one person of trying to sell jewelry out of a suitcase and a second person trying to sell Internet items…

Maass men firefighters at heart

Norman Maass was a charter member of the Seymour Rural Fire Department when it formed in 1939. His son, Warren, followed in his footsteps and remains an active volunteer. Warren’s son, Mike, and Mike’s son, Joe, are also department members,…

Council picks Pashouwer

By Rick Cohler Editor 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.…