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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,…

Schuette new mayor; two council incumbents fall

Judy Schuette will take the front chair at the Municipal Building this year, as she won easily over incumbent Ken Rottier in the Seymour mayoral race. Schuette won with 532 votes to Rottier’s 349. “We’ve got a lot of wonderful…

Academic letter winners get a free lunch

The 105 SCHS students who achieved a 3.75 or higher for the 1st semester were treated out to lunch on Tuesday March 23. It was a “mystery trip” as the students were not told where they were going. They ended…

Rock Ledge has new Number Scroll Champ

First graders at Rock Ledge Primary Center are expected to show they can write their numbers consecutively from 1 to 130, and sometimes children surpass that number, and challenge themselves to go further. Caden Van Handel has been working on…

Rock Ledge PTO to hold Mexican Fiesta

Rock Ledge Elementary PTO will sponsor a Mexican Fiesta on Friday, April 16 at the Seymour Community High School fieldhouse lobby from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Entrance for students in kindergarten-grade 5 will be $1. Parents and siblings pre-kindergarten are free. The…

Legion Auxiliary Post 106 minutes

American Legion Auxiliary Krause-Kraft Unit 106 Meeting date March. 1, 2010 The meeting was called to order by President Delores Bartelme, Prayer was offered by Bonnie Hanson. Followed by the Pledge, National Anthem and the reciting of the Preamble. Roll…

NHS inductions held at Seymour

Nineteen Seymour Community High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society during a ceremony on Monday, March 22. Pictured are, row 1, left to right:  Erica Rettler, Amanda Leisgang, Amber Karweick, Jared Boerst, Tyler Sprangers, Elizabeth Herman; row…

Council approves TIF projects

The Seymour City Council voted unanimously Monday night, March 22, to expand the allowed projects in the Tax Increment Funded District No. 3 on the city’s east side. Those projects include the extension of Mainline Drive north to Bronson Road…

Nathan King to join Seymour Board of Education

Nathan King, 932 Fulton St., Seymour, will be the newest member of the Seymour Board of Education following the April 6 election. There are no contested races for the board on the ballot. King will replace Brian Maas, who resigned…