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Community

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Kaukauna struggling with potential HOV Sewer District construction assessment

Kaukauna officials are getting a clearer picture regarding the potential costs they may face for their share of the envisioned Heart of the Valley Sewerage District interceptor rehabilitation project. At this point, city elected and administrative officials do not like what they see.
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KCHA continues to support community health

The Kaukauna Community Health Associates supports health education and practices in the community and provides resources to make such opportunities available to everyone. The total distribution of KCHA funds in the form of health gifts to the community, including scholarships, for the 2021-22 year is $4,550.
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17
Mar

Kaukauna High School donates sewing machines

The Kaukauna High School Family and Consumer Education department donated 27 sewing machines and some additional supplies to the Wisconsin Nicaragua Partners program. WNP will send the sewing machines to Llano Largo, a remote village in northwestern Nicaragua which has been devastated by the hurricanes, and also affected by COVID-19.
Wed
17
Mar

Kaukauna Kiwanis Club marks 60 years of service

The Kaukauna Kiwanis Club marked its 60th anniversary as a community organization on Dec. 14, 2020. 
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17
Mar

Pair vying for village president in Sherwood

Joyce Laux and Scott Priebe are vying for the position of Sherwood Village Presdient in the April 6 election. Laux is the incumbent.
Joyce Laux
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17
Mar

Sherwood Village Board hears preliminary concept for Feather Crest development

If the preliminary plans continue to unfold into approvals and reality, Sherwood might see a second planned urban development in a one-year period.
The Sherwood Village Board reviewed the preliminaries for what is called the Feather Crest development on land between Wanick Park and Highways 55/114.
Wed
17
Mar

Sherwood ballot has five candidates for three village trustee positions

Five candidates are on the April 6 ballot for the Sherwood Village Board for three seats on the board. Incumbents Bob Benz, Roger Kaas, and Lisa Ott are being challenged by Thomas Herrmann and Edward (Ned) Marks.
Bob Benz
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17
Mar

Two men vying for Little Chute Village President position

Voters in the Village of Little Chute have two choices for village president in the April 6 election. Incumbent Mike Vanden Berg is being challenged by Brian Peterson.
Brian Peterson
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Wed
17
Mar

Little Chute has four candidates for two village board positions

Four candidates are vying for four positions on the Little Chute Village Board in the April 6 election. Bill Peerenboom is running for re-election. The other present trustee, Skip Smith, is not running for re-election. John Elrick, Tim Hermes, and David Peterson are seeking to join the board.
John Elrick 
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Harrison approves storm water policy

The Harrison Village Board approved a storm water policy that provides up to 55 percent credit for reducing flow rate and up to 25 percent credit for improving water quality.

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