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Josh Rynish named Eagle Scout

Seymour Troop 117 Boy Scout Josh Rynish was honored as an Eagle Scout in ceremonies held at Fallen Timbers on Sunday, April 18. Rynish, son of Lee and Chris Rynish, completed all the requirements to obtain Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle…

Chamber of Commerce Minutes April 20

Meeting was called to order at 12:05 PM at Cheezy Jim’s Seventeen members were present, along with Rick Cohler from the Advertiser Community News. It was discussed that a proposal had been made to hire someone to oversee the Seymour…

Seymour gets Tree City Award

The City of Seymour has been named a Tree City USA for 2010 for the planting of trees along the Newton Blackmour Recreational Trail in Seymour. The presentation was made at the Seymour City Council’s meeting on Monday, April 12.…

Seymour attends 56th Annual State

The 56th Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference was hosted in Wisconsin Dells, on April 12-13. The State Leadership Conference brought outstanding young adults together for an unforgettable experience of FBLA enthusiasm. This year, over 2,300…

American Legion Auxiliary Minutes

American Legion Auxiliary Krause-Kraft Unit 106 Meeting date April 5, 2010 The meeting was called to order by President Delores Bartelme. Prayer was offered by JoAnn Vanden Langenberg. Followed by the Pledge, National Anthem and the reciting of the Preamble.…

Greg Marnocha is 2010 Seymour Outstanding Citizen

Greg Marnocha is the Seymour Outstanding Citizen for 2010. Marnocha was selected by a panel from nominations sent to the Advertiser Community News. The ACN and the Seymour Chamber of Commerce sponsor the annual selection. Marnocha will be honored at a…

Jackson Point becomes golf course’s new bar, banquet area

Ray Barrington, reporter There will be a new look at Crystal Springs Golf Course this year, but it has nothing to do with the course. It’s in the clubhouse, where the Stonefield bar and meeting rooms have been taken over…

Library Week shows community’s support

By Elizabeth Timmins Muehl Public Library Happy National Library Week, April 12-April 17, 2010! This year’s theme, chosen by the American Library Association, is “Communities Thrive @ Your Library”. Communities thrive at the library because PEOPLE thrive at the library.…

SCHS forensics team has successful season

This year’s forensics season is nearly wrapped up with one competition yet to go. Several students took advantage of the experience forensics offers, with the team consisting of several students in UW-Green Bay’s Fundamentals of Public Address course. Laura Harris,…