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Community

Wed
15
Jul

Kimberly awards contract for Sunset Beach splash pad and master planning

Parkitechture + Planning, Inc. of Madison was awarded the Sunset Beach splash pad and master planning proposal for completion this year in an amount not to exceed $13,280 by the Kimberly Village Board.

Wed
15
Jul

Combined Locks board approves purchase of new rescue pumper truck

 The Combined Locks Village Board approved the purchase of a rescue pumper from Pierce Manufacturing for the Fire Department last week.

Wed
15
Jul

Brief city meetings consider intersection signage and approve recent bid

By Tom  Collins

Reporter

The July 6 meeting of three Kaukauna committees seemed more like the lightning round of a popular game show with brief items on the meeting agendas and just 15 minutes of meeting time.

Wed
08
Jul

Technology originally used on Mars finds Little Chute water leak


Tom Collins photo - Public Works Director Kent Taylor said the village will work on replacing 88 ties this summer in the track footage that makes up the industrial park rail spur. In addition to refurbishing the tracks, the work will include raising a low spot that currently exists.

Satellite technology can perform some amazing tasks. Recently, a satellite company called Utilus worked with Little Chute and several other communities to detect leaks in water pipes.

Wed
08
Jul

Family important for Kaukauna Alumni Rallymaster Warren Schneider

Editor’s note: This year’s Kaukauna Alumni Foundation rally, scheduled for June 20, was cancelled due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

During high school, Warren Schneider didn’t make a name for himself in extracurricular activities. “Mostly I had a lot of fun,” he said.

Wed
08
Jul

Duval earns Georgia-Pacific Foundation Scholarship

Claire Duval, a recent graduate of Kimberly High School, has been selected as a recipient of a Georgia-Pacific Foundation Employees’ Children Scholarship.

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.

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