Category: SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Construction season has begun

By Sara Tischauser Editor Road construction has begun in Seymour and motorists and pedestrians will want to use caution on areas under construction. John Schoen, Seymour Department of Public Works director, said that last week crack sealing was done in…

Seymour resident has been bowling for more than 7 decades

By Sara Tischauser Editor One Seymour resident just celebrated her 95th birthday and she is happy to still be bowling every week. Alice Bluma, Seymour resident, turned 95 on June 24 and continues to bowl every week. She said she…

Seymour FFA member wins state competition

By Sara Tischauser Editor FFA members from across Wisconsin gathered in Madison June 10-13 for the Wisconsin State FFA Convention. Garret Karweick was one of the Seymour FFA members that attended the convention. Karweick competed at the Wisconsin State FFA…

Area communities benefit from TeenServe

By Sara Tischauser Editor Students and youth leaders gathered in Seymour as they prepared to help the Seymour Community. Jonathan Kamper, master of ceremonies for TeenServe and TeenServe staff, said TeenServe is an interdenominational missionary that brings together youth and…

Gas leak causes some Seymour residents to evacuate their homes

By Sara Tischauser Editor On the morning of Tuesday, June 25 there was a report of a gas leak in Seymour. “At around 8:30 a.m. this morning utility contractors that were working in the 600 block of West Factory Street…

Changes and improvements at Rock Ledge baseball field

By Sara Tischauser Editor As summer is upon us, the summer baseball season is in full swing. The baseball field at Rock Ledge Park in Seymour has already seen some improvements and additions from the Seymour Baseball Association. A new…

Seymour Lake Park offers swimming for second year

By Sara Tischauser Editor The lake at Lake Park in Seymour is open once again this year for the public to enjoy. John Schoen, Seymour Department of Public Works director, said they had a lot of feedback last year from…

Seymour Softball Brings Home First State Title

By Greg Bates Times Press sports correspondent MADISON – Chloe Evans received a text from her softball coach on Saturday morning that read: “I really hope your dreams come true, kiddo.” On her 18th birthday, Evans was playing in the…