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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…

Construction will soon begin on new pharmacy in Seymour

By Sara Tischauser Editor Construction will soon begin inside Don’s Quality Market in Seymour for the new Bellin Pharmacy. “We are shooting to start construction at Don’s Market starting July 1,” said Jon Strom, Bellin team leader over retail pharmacy.…

Seymour golfer competes at Sectionals

Seymour golfer Braeden Prilepp competed at the sectional golf meet at Indianhead Golf Course in Mosinee on Tuesday, May 28. Prilepp shot a 96 but missed qualifying for state. “We are proud of the way Braeden competed and represented the…

Seymour track and field team finds success at Regionals

When the track and field regional competition began, on May 20, it was cold, windy and spectators were bundled up as though winter had returned. The whole season had gone this way so why should mother nature change her ways…

Seymour softball wins Bay Conference title

By Greg Bates Times Press sports correspondent DE PERE — After winning the Bay Conference title in 2017 and ’18, the players in the Seymour softball program know what it takes to win championships. The conference title plaques are lined…

Seymour homicide case still under investigation

By Sara Tischauser Editor The Department of Justice (DOJ), Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) continues to investigate the Seymour incident from April 18 that occurred on North Main Street. The DOJ posted an update on May 3 that stated: “While…