The July 29 issue is the final free online edition of the Times-Villager. To be able to continue to view our articles, please
visit our subscription page to subscribe

Community

Wed
08
Jul

Biking for Babies riders lead the way for another year of hope

The old saying about casting a stone into the water can create ripples that turn into waves might be said about Biking for Babies and the efforts of Kaukauna natives Nikki and Kevin Biese.

Fri
03
Jul

Paperfest announces Rockin' Drive-In Concerts

Paperfest recently announced a new three-day social distancing concert series.

Tue
30
Jun

Sherwood to open some park facilities and events but splash pad remains closed


The popular splash pad at Wanick Choute Park in Sherwood is the most prominent item that remains closed among park and recreation facilities in the village. The splash pad will soon be taken out of its winterization mode and tested. The village PRUI board will discuss the splash pad at its July meeting.

The effort by many communities to open some facilities this summer now extends to some Sherwood park facilities as well. Some tough decisions were recently made by the village.

Tue
30
Jun

Kimberly Village Board approves site review of AIT Technologies

The Kimberly Village Board last week approved a site review of AIT Technologies at 738 Ford Street, which was recommended by the Plan Commission.

Tue
30
Jun

Harrison Village Board discusses town growth issues

“It is our aim to review staffing and to determine how we can improve communication and become more efficient in how we do things,” said President Kevin Hietpas at a recent meeting of the Harrison Village Board, seeking to bring efficiencies and economies to the administration of the Village.

Tue
30
Jun

Gitter welcomed as Buchanan’s new town administrator

Adam Gitter was welcomed as the new town administrator by the Buchanan Town Board at last week's meeting.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Community