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May 15, 20226 min read
The Home of the Hamburger board and committee, the group of volunteers that organize the annual Burger Fest, said it has spots available that need filling.

Seymour School Board seeks to fill two Zone 1 seats

Mar 30, 20224 min read
With Greg Leisgang and Kurt Peterson not seeking reelection, Seymour residents will have two new representatives on the Seymour School Board.
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Two vie for Zone 2 seat on Seymour School Board

Mar 28, 20223 min read
Incumbent Tom Heins will face challenger Tony Kastning for the Zone 2 seat on the Seymour School Board – Zone 2 covers the Village of Black Creek.

Asher retiring at end of school year

Dec 3, 20215 min read
After steering the ship in Seymour for nearly five years, Superintendent Laurie Asher has announced she will retire at the end of the 2021-22 school year

Seymour passes 2022 budget, adjusts mayor’s salary

Dec 1, 20212 min read
The Seymour City Council approved the 2022 budget Nov. 22, one City Administrator Sean Hutchinson described as very lean from an operational standpoint

Seymour Joint Committee discusses new site review plan

Nov 16, 20213 min read
The city of Seymour will be making major changes to its site plan ordinance following months of review by the Planning Commission

Mask mandate meets resistance at Seymour High School

Nov 3, 20214 min read
A temporary mask mandate by the Seymour School District to combat a double-digit increase in positive cases met heavy resistance at the Oct. 26 meeting

Sievert awarded $50,000 for Seymour high school, herself

Nov 2, 20214 min read
Industrial Technology Teacher Staci Sievert entered Seymour High School’s Library Media Center Oct. 21 just like any other recent faculty meeting

Seymour outbreak leads to updated guidelines

Oct 1, 20216 min read
A recent COVID-19 outbreak at Black Creek Elementary Middle School led to an entire classroom being quarantined, Laurie Asher said.

Seymour won’t require masks in schools, on buses

Aug 29, 20214 min read
Despite federal requirements, the Seymour school district will not require masks on school buses when students return to class Sept. 1.
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