SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

Wind blows down phone line

A telephone pole along Pearl Street in Seymour was blown down by high winds Wednesday, May 5. Firefighters called to the scene removed the pole. High winds also loosened other wires in the area including one on Robbins Street. The…

4K marks its first year

The first year of a 4-year-old kindergarten program in the Seymour Community School District is almost history and by all accounts, the program has been very successful. “We had some transportation growing pains at first, but overall it has been…

Seymour holds prom

Seymour 2010 Prom Court: Front row, left to right: Rachael Behnke, Anna Dietzen, Haley Palubicki, Allison Opgenorth, Gwen Blohm, Autumn Gray; back: Adam VandenLangenberg, Calahan Skogman, Troy Rottier, Gary Christensen, Quin Mory-Pagel and Josh Rynish. Photo courtesy of Countryside Photographers

French students like what they see in Seymour

Although their arrival was delayed by the ash cloud from the Iceland volcano, a group of 10 high school students from France has been making the most of their stay in Seymour. One of the students had a chance to…

New pharmaceutical drop is popular

The new pharmaceutical drop at the Seymour Police Department is installed and available to the public. The site, only the second in Outagamie County, was installed on Thursday, April 22 as a cooperative effort of the police department, Seymour Waste…

Rock Ledge Destination Imagination

The Rock Ledge team B-BotBoyz, Michael Williams, Mike McDaniel, Ethan Taubel, Tony Blom and Jonathan Tesch, took sixth place and received the Renaissance Award in BI-Bot at the Destination Imagination State Meet at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Saturday,…

Council won’t change TIF projects

The Seymour City Council voted 3-2 to keep the Mainline Drive extension proposal in the revised project plan for Tax Increment Fund District No. 3, at its Monday night, April 26, meeting, but it appears clear that radium remediation of…

ACN wins top state award

The Advertiser Community News received the General Excellence Award at the Wisconsin Community Papers convention in Elkhart Lake on Saturday, April 17. The ACN won for papers with more than 10 percent news content and circulation under 20,000. The ACN…

New mayor, council begin term

Judith Schuette was sworn in as Seymour mayor at the Seymour City Council’s reorganization meeting Tuesday afternoon, April 20. During the campaign, Schuette said she had issues with the Seymour Police Department’s enforcement policies and its budget. Saying there were…

Seymour grad serves in Haiti

Eleven days in February was a life-changing time for Seymour Community High School graduate Joe Wilson. Wilson’s no stranger to humanitarian efforts, working with his mother, Judy, on a mission trip to Kibera, Kenya over the past couple years. Wilson…