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13
Jun

Proposed pickleball courts at La Follette Park get enthusiastic support

By Tom Collins
Reporter
If the sport of pickleball was running for some type of office it might have an overwhelming majority of the vote.
Thu
13
Jun

Common Council hears report of city’s EF1 tornado cleanup effort


Brian Roebke photo — The tornado that roared through Kaukauna damaged at least 90 homes in the storm’s path, including torn shingles or damaged siding.
By Tom Collins
Reporter
It’s not often that a Tuesday Kaukauna Common Council night ends with a crash and bang that upstages the meeting news but that was the case on the night of May 21.
Thu
13
Jun

Little Chute Village Board hears from neighbors about disturbing gatherings

By Tom Collins
Reporter
We all seek peaceful places to live but when abnormal conflicts, loud noise or changes in the normal routines of life are tossed into our lives we rarely relish the moments.
Thu
13
Jun

Bill Newhouse to serve as rallymaster for Kaukauna Alumni Foundation

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Kaukauna Alumni Foundation Chairperson of the Board Kristine Landreman has selected Bill Newhouse from the Class of 1974 as the rallymaster for the 88th annual rally on Saturday, June 15, at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown.
Wed
05
Jun

Sherwood Village Board hears 2023 update regarding village storm water

By Tom Collins
Reporter
The increased federal and state attention on storm water was an important part of the May 28 Sherwood Village Board meeting.
Wed
05
Jun
Wed
05
Jun

SIX: Teen Edition brings long-dead women to life for concert

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Excitement is in the air at Kimberly High School, since the school’s drama program presents the Wisconsin premiere of the British musical, “Six, TEEN EDITION” where six dead women from 500 years ago perform a concert.
Wed
29
May

Common Council focuses on various property matters

By Tom Collins
Reporter
On a night when stormy weather had much of Wisconsin in its path, the May 21 Kaukauna common council meeting was calm and tended to business purposely with a special focus on various property-related matters.
Wed
29
May

Kaukauna Utilities moving forward with generational water enhancements

Special to the Times-Villager
In a landmark decision at the May 23 meeting, the Kaukauna Utilities Commission voted unanimously to revolutionize the city’s water treatment process in a move that will fortify the city’s water supply for generations to come. 
Wed
22
May

Sherwood Village Board considers CDA status one more time

By Tom Collins
Reporter
The Sherwood Community Development Authority, often referred to with the shorthand of CDA, received plenty of attention from the Sherwood Village Board over the past year and especially within recent months.

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