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Shiocton school district plans for graduation; future events

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor In a letter e-mailed to students on April 29, the School District of Shiocton announced plans for making up important events that had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The school district summarized the…

Funerals and COVID-19, A Grave Situation

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor During Seymour resident Nancy Brinkman’s battle with ovarian cancer, she was brought home from Meadow Wood in late March to spend her final days with her loved ones. That was about a week after Governor Tony…

Company employee provides staff with reusable masks

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor Seymour resident Bonnie Neshek has taken it upon herself to provide her employer 150 reusable masks for all employees to assist with their safety during the Covid-19 pandemic. Neshek, a purchasing agent for the Green Bay-based…

Shiocton village board updates on COVID-19

The Shiocton Village board met on Friday, April 24 at 6 p.m. via phone conference by Village President Terri James. Village Clerk Laurie Sweeney gave an update on the election. There were a total of 215 votes, 84 people voted…

Schools Out: Stay At Home extension closes school doors for rest of academic school year

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor When Governor Tony Evers extended the state’s “State-at-Home” order until May 26, his announcement slammed the doors shut for all public and private K-12 schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Teachers and administrative…

WIAA cancels spring sports season

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor With the spring sports season hanging on the hinges of whether they would have a season or not due to the coronavirus, the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Board of Control dashed those hopes as they…

Gov. Evers introduces “Badger Bounce Back” plan to assist businesses

By Keith SkenandoreManaging Editor Four days after Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers extended the state’s “Stay-At-Home” order through May 26, he now has introduced a plan to help businesses get back to opening their doors. Evers signed an emergency order called…