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Community

Thu
06
Aug

Kaukauna 10U Bombers to host tournament to raise money for local police


The Kaukauna 10U Bombers will be hosting a tournament this weekend to raise money for local police departments. Each member of the team will have a cause important to him or his family on the back of his jersey.

Kaukauna will be hosting a youth baseball tournament this weekend with the goal of putting a positive light back on the local police force.

The Baseball for Badges Tournament, held Saturday and Sunday at Horseshoe and Riverside Parks, will raise money for the Kaukauna Police Department.

Wed
05
Aug

Sherwood splash pad to remain closed for remainder of this year

Another victim of the current world health situation became clear July 27 when the Sherwood Village Board voted unanimously to follow the recommendation of the Parks, Recreation and Urban Tree board to keep the popular Wanick Park splash pad closed for the season.

Wed
05
Aug

Little Chute Elementary School gets new principal

Marc Vandenhouten, current 3K to grade 6 principal within the Diocese of Green Bay at St. Mary and Holy Trinity schools in the Luxemburg and Casco communities, was approved as principal of the elementary school for the 2020-21 school year at a recent Little Chute School Board meeting.

Wed
05
Aug

Masks and face coverings approved for Little Chute employees in certain conditions

Village employees in Little Chute will be required to wear either masks or some type of face covering under certain conditions, such as when dealing with members of the public in homes or businesses or in various indoor village-owned settings where precautions such as social distancing.

Wed
05
Aug

Kimberly discusses transportation assessment reduction fee at special meeting

Now that every property has been assessed for a cement road for which costs that have been rising significantly within the last five years, the Kimberly Village Board has been exploring options for reducing assessments to property owners in the future and took their preferred plan — a transportation assessment reduction fee — to residents in a s

Wed
05
Aug

Kimberly board sees draft of capital improvement program

The Kimberly Village Board at a recent meeting received a draft copy of a $17,473,086 five-year capital improvement program beginning in 2021. Board members were to vote on the plan at the Aug. 3 meeting.

Wed
05
Aug

Harrison changes fence approval process

To expedite and assure consistency to decisions, the Harrison Village Board at a recent meeting

removed the village board from authorizing the placement of a fence in a storm sewer or drainage easement with underground infrastructure and gave the authority to the zoning administrator, with input from the public works department.

Wed
05
Aug

Better late than never: Elks hold Top 10 banquet

The Kaukauna Elks Club feels so strongly about education that they just could not cancel its 56th annual Top 10 banquet.

Wed
29
Jul

Buchanan board rules on driveways and downspout connections

A change order relating to two driveways and downspout connections on Tree Line Court was approved by the Buchanan Town Board at a recent meeting.

Wed
29
Jul

Combined Locks endorses Outagamie County Board resolution

The Combined Locks Village Board passed a resolution at a recent meeting endorsing the Outagamie County Board’s resolution waiving interest on postponed property tax installment payments due after April 1 until Oct. 1, 2020.

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