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Dear Editor, Just a quick thank you to Bill Collar and everyone who put together the splendid “Boast, Roast and Toast” for Wisconsin’s Library Director of the Year, Seymour’s own Elizabeth Timmins! The turnout at Doxbee’s was amazing – thanks…

News from Outagamie County Executive

On April 20th, as part of severe weather awareness week, Wisconsin’s Department of Emergency Management conducted a statewide tornado drill. You may have heard the outdoor warning sirens. That’s good. You may not have heard the sirens; that’s because they’re…

From the Mayor’s Desk

Hi…Well first off let’s talk about the survey we sent out as a flyer in the paper in reference to the Seymour Congregate Mealsite. To date we received 28 returns. Thirteen were from people who do not attend the site…

From the Mayor’s Desk

Hi…. We had our first Council meeting with the new Council. All Aldermen had been sworn in and the committee structure is as follows: Finance, Welfare & License – Aldermen Behnke and Tetzlaff; Courts & Public Safety – Aldermen Kraft…

Quality Childcare for the health of your child

The week of the Young Child (April 23 – 29) reflects on the health of the entire child. Having a quality daycare is part of a healthy child. Finding quality childcare for your child(ren) requires a lot of patience for…

Chip sealing should not be done within the city

Alderman Mike Blohm was observed recently actually walking on Fulton Street, apparently checking on the effects of last year’s chip seal project. Thank you, Mike. I wish you had also walked up the driveways and seen the amount of chip…

News from Outagamie County Executive

Dear editor, My kids are young—ages one and three—and like you, their safety comes first. That includes making sure they’re secure in the right car seat when they travel with me. I’m sure you feel the same way, so I…

From the Mayor’s Desk

Hi…. Well let’s see what I can update you on. The city has been pretty quiet with the change coming on your Council. Tomorrow night the new Council will take it’s seat at 7 p.m. Our auditors will be making…

Chris Holman: Farmers deserve better

The column below reflects the views of the author, and these opinions are neither endorsed nor supported by the Advertiser Community News & Times Press. This week, just shy of 100 Wisconsin dairy farmers who produce for Grassland were notified…

From the Mayor’s Desk

Hi…. Well as you can see the box culvert project, coordinated by the State on Main Street, has started and it probably will be under construction most of the summer. The building next to Sissy’s probably won’t come down until…