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Community

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Harrison has chaos dealing with Golden Way issues

Golden Way resident concerns relating to the clearance of ditches along their road brought the project to a standstill and a contentious discussion to a recent special meeting of the Harrison Village Board.

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Jul

Kaukauna board of education approves youth advocate expansion

After plenty of discussion, the Kaukauna school board at last week’s meeting approved expanding the youth advocate position that ran as a pilot position at Victor Haen School the second semester of the past school year to all of the district’s elementary schools.

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29
Jul

Mental health providers receive FBI training

The Federal Bureau of Investigation was in town a few weeks ago. There wasn’t anyone in trouble with the law, but they were here to help people whose lives are troubled.

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Jul

Proposed High Cliff development draws passionate concerns at public hearing

Appropriately on the night before France celebrated Bastille Day, Sherwood offered a take on the classic Charles Dickens novel of those revolutionary times, “A Tale of Two Cities.”

With apologies to Dickens, the long July 13 edition of the Sherwood Village Board might easily have been called “A Tale of Two Golf Courses.”

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22
Jul

Proposed changes may make former golf course into Sherwood Forest Village development

The first portion of a “Tale of Two Golf Courses” in Sherwood centered on plans for High Cliff Golf Course. But at least a portion of the July 13 meeting of the Sherwood Village Board also touched on a vision for the former Sherwood Forest Golf Course.

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22
Jul

Little Chute Pine Street vacation and land swap with St. John Parish close to completion

One of the village’s older streets and the topic of periodic discussion between village and St. John Parish officials will soon pass into history as a through street.

Periodic discussions took place off and on over several years but the village and parish representatives talked more intently beginning in 2014.

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22
Jul

Five appointed to Kimberly Library Board

Four citizen members and a trustee appointments to the Kimberly Library Board were approved at a recent meeting of the Kimberly Village Board.

Wed
22
Jul

Kaukauna Utilities starting disconnects

If you have a past due amount of $500 or more, you may have heard from Kaukauna Utilities during the past few days.

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22
Jul

Buchanan storm water utility approves illicit discharge detection and elimination program

Cedar Corp was authorized to conduct an illicit discharge detection and elimination program this summer at a recent meeting of the Buchanan Storm Water Utility.

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22
Jul

10th Street in Kaukauna to close through September

Highway Z (10th Street and State Street) in Kaukauna will be closed to vehicles in two phases beginning Monday to replace water main and install storm sewer in this area prior to Outagamie County re-paving the road in 2021.

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