SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Sportsmanship still important in high school sports

By Sara Tischauser Editor A Seymour sophomore was having a good softball game as she was rounding the bases after she hit a home run when things drastically changed for her. Sophie Wery, Seymour sophomore softball player, said she hit…

Burger Fest will return for 31st year in August

By Sara Tischauser Editor The 31st Annual Burger Fest sponsored by Home of the Hamburger (HOTH) will be taking place again this August. Steve Kemp, HOTH acting president, said they put out a request to the community to become involved…

Seymour City Council discusses possible new business coming in

By Sara Tischauser Editor The Seymour City Council met at 7 p.m. on April 8 in the City Hall Council Chambers. The Council discussed DairyLand Structures wanting to purchase the 5 acres on Mainline Drive in the Industrial Park. Mayor…

Unoffical results from April 2 Election

Town of Black Creek (Wards 1 and 2) had 264 ballots cast from a total of 765 registered voters. Town Board Chairperson Brenda Schwister Garvey 85 votes Dan Knutzen 164 votes Town Board Supervisor 1 Daniel Rettler 236 votes Write-in…

Strong start by Track and Field Team

The Seymour track and field team has had a strong start during the first three weeks of the season. The boys traveled to the Oshkosh Titan where Logan Mattson won the high jump with a 6-4 jump, Ty Wittuhn won…

Seymour and Shiocton track teams compete at indoor track meet in Seymour

By Sara Tischauser Editor The Seymour track and field team had their first home meet of the season on March 21. Three schools participated in the indoor event and these schools were Seymour, Shiocton and Weyauwega-Fremont. Weyauwega-Fremont took first for…

Chase Bank will be leaving Seymour in June

By Sara Tischauser Editor Customers who use Chase Bank in Seymour may have already been notified about the Seymour branch closing in June. “We are currently notifying customers that the branch at 222 South Main Street in Seymour is being…