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PCSS plants tree at Grignon Mansion


Brian Roebke photo — Park Community Charter School received funds from the Milwaukee Bucks to purchase a tree last fall as part of their Trees for Threes program. The school donated the money to the Grignon Mansion and they purchased and planted a maple tree on the property. Last week (on Arbor Day), representatives from the school and mansion met for a photo. Front: Ella Vosters, AJ Fatty, Izaiah Crawford, and Aleyda Cuevas. Back: Mansion Director Cassidy Mickelson, Teacher Karen Nicholson, Friends of the Mansion member Al Borchardt, and Principal Ken Kortens. The City of Kaukauna plans to plant additional trees around the mansion later this year.
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Sherwood organizational session rolls away traditions

One saying over the years from the rich vocabulary of Sherwood Village Administrator Randy Friday goes something like the only thing inevitable is change.
At the annual Sherwood Village Board organizational meeting Monday, April 25, change seemed in competition with tradition throughout what became a 75-minute meeting. 
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Catholic Daughters sponsoring scavenger hunt


Submitted photo — The Junior Catholic Daughters in Kaukauna at St. Ignatius/Chesterton Academy School recently held a donut sale at the school. Pictured are Genevieve Weber, Amelia Buckoski, Elena Gonzalez, Sienna Weber and Madelyn Eiting.
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May

Buchanan approves switching street lights to LED

The street lights in Buchanan will be updated to LED lighting following a 5-0 vote by the town board last week.
In a letter of authorization with WE Energies, the project was approved at a cost of $33,840.
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May

Little Chute Village Board meeting shows a tale of two bids

The recent bidding for two Little Chute projects offered very different directions when the results were revealed to the village board at their April 27 committee of the whole meeting.
A bid for a proposed trail in the Cherryvale area development came in under budget and even under the preliminary project estimates. 
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May

Graef gets direction from Harrison residents for comprehensive plan


Brian Roebke photo — Contractors are currently working on a walking path on each side of Highway H in Harrison.
The need for trails for hiking and biking ranked highest, followed by support for more winter recreation, in the review draft of the comprehensive plan being prepared by Graef and presented at last week’s Harrison Village Board meeting.
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May

Sherwood Village Board substitutes warning signals for proposed highway bumpouts

After several rounds of discussion at a number of meetings, especially over the course of recent months, the Sherwood Village Board decided at their April 25 meeting to pull back an earlier decision to create a bumpout and pedestrian lane on busy Highway 55 and 114. 

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