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School district looks to future

Revenue shortages, changing demographics, student numbers, and new curriculum demands are providing serious challenges to school districts all across Wisconsin. In an effort to meet these and other challenges, the Seymour Community School District convened a meeting of district residents…

CFRC announces PACE playgroup schedule

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. is announcing the 2011 spring Parent And Child Enrichment (PACE) playgroup program schedule. All PACE groups are for children ages 0—5 and their parents. PACE focuses on child social skills and learning, parent education and…

Seymour S-Club collects for troops

The Seymour High School S-Club is putting on its second annual “Support the Troops.” This is an event aimed at creating care packages filled with various goodies to be sent to troops around the world. Items to be collected include…

Semester exams scheduled at SCHS

Seymour High School will be conducting final exams for the first semester of the 2010 -2011 school year on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 20 and 21. All students are required to attend during final exams. There will be open campus…

Council deals with police issues

When Mayor Judy Schuette was elected last April, she did not appoint Richard Buntrock as police chief saying there were things she wanted to discuss with him. The mayor said she would be considered in a “held-over” position under the…

Seymour students to produce “Thunder Talk”

By Rick Cohler,     EditorThe Advertiser Community News & Times-Press website www.advertisercommunitynews.com will soon feature a radio podcast developed by students at Seymour Community High School. “Thunder Talk” is the inspiration of Luke Moeller. “I saw all this cool…

New congressman happy with assignments, mood

By Ray Barrington, Reporter Reid Ribble, just days into his term as the new U.S. Representative for the 8th District, has already found one surprising thing about his job: he’s getting more exercise than he thought. “One thing that’s surprised…

Contest scam reported

Seymour police report a Seymour woman was told she won $250,000 in a contest and all she had to do was wire a $199 handling fee. Police reports say the woman thought it unusual since she had not entered a…

Sweeney Todd hits the SCHS stage

Special to ACN-Times Press Sam Kutska Prepare for the bone-chilling production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” performed by Seymour High School this February. Adapted from Hugh Wheeler’s book with music by Stephen Soundheim, Sweeney Todd tells…