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06
Apr

Harrison okays outdoor dining at Anduzzi’s Waverly Beach

The Harrison Village Board granted a conditional use permit to Anduzzi’s Waverly Beach last week to operate an outdoor dining area, outdoor entertainment and an outdoor wedding pavilion over the objections of a handful of residents, who expressed concerns about noise levels disturbing neighbors.
Wed
06
Apr

Caring about the whole person, Kaukauna Public Library offers food pantries


Submitted photos — The Kaukauna Public Library offers food both during its regular hours in its “Little Free Pantry” and at random times for its “Pop-up pantry.” Perishable items come from retail stores and advertising is done at a moment’s notice on the library’s Facebook page.
The Kaukauna Public Library is not just for relaxation, learning, and entertainment.
The library has begun offering food both during its regular hours in its “Little Free Pantry” and at random times for its “Pop-up pantry.”
The pantries are for anyone in need. 
Wed
30
Mar

Company with long ties to Kimberly and Kaukauna wins U.S. military contracts

Special to the Times-Villager
Urkrӓftig K-9, out of Florence, Wis., has won several large government contracts with the United States military. These multiple contracts are for a duration of five years each, with options for extensions. 
Wed
30
Mar

Kimberly Public Library tells news for April

By Holly Selwitschka
Director
April is right around the corner, and the Kimberly library has no shortage of fun spring programming in store. 
Wed
30
Mar

Sherwood recreational vehicle question heads to August referendum

After weeks of review that included ample discussion, needed changes and periods of waiting for legal review, the Sherwood Village Board agreed to place the question about off-road vehicle use on the August primary.
Wed
30
Mar

Holland town board meets with solid waste officials


Brian Roebke photo — Members of the Town of Holland Board of Supervisors met with staff of the Brown County Port and Resource Recovery Department last week at the new southern landfill. Pictured from left are resident Pat Romenesko, Supervisor Mike Geiger, Chairman Mike Smits, Supervisor Tom Vande Wettering, Lawyer Jim Sickel, Chad Doverspike and Dean Haen of the department, and Secretary Bill Clancy.
Member of the Town of Holland Board of Supervisors met with staff of the Brown County Port and Resource Recovery Department last week at the new southern landfill to discuss the operation, what’s allowed, and what needs to be worked out between the two parties since the landfill is now open.
Wed
30
Mar

Kimberly Village Board approves Paperfest July 14-17 at Sunset Park

The Kimberly Village Board approved a special event permit for this summer’s Paperfest in Sunset Park, beginning on July 12 and concluding on July 18.
Wed
30
Mar

Village of Kimberly one of the next 25 T-Mobile grant recipients

The Village of Kimberly is one of the 25 small towns winning T-Mobile Hometown Grants to jumpstart vital community development projects to re-energize these towns and build upon what makes them unique.
Wed
30
Mar

Little Chute School Board gives green light to stadium work

The Little Chute High School football field will become a home for soccer games, marching band practices and numerous classroom activities as well as football games next year following the school board’s approval last week of replacing the current sod with artificial turf.
Wed
23
Mar

Service Star awards


Submitted photo — Members of American Legion Post 258 were presented with 20-25-30 year Service Star awards at the March 14 meeting. Seated: Dick Landwehr, Dennis Vosters, and Dan Weyenberg. Standing: George Marsh, Carl Jansen, Jim Strong, Patrick Schaefer-Wicke, and Commander Marty Huss. The post thanks these longtime members who through the years have supported the post in many of the projects and offices they have held.

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