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Community

Wed
14
Oct

Kaukauna Common Council enacts stricter COVID-19 regulations

The continued urgency of dealing with the COVID-19 spread in our area was an important focus of the Oct. 6 Kaukauna Common Council meeting.

Wed
14
Oct

Combined Locks approves Van Zeeland Park redevelopment


Combined Locks officials approved spending $1.4 million in improvements to Van Zeeland Park last week. The project will be completed in three phases, to include site grading, trails, a year-round pavilion, site lighting and the installation of playground areas for toddlers and for older children/Brian Roebke photo

The redevelopment plan for Van Zeeland Park, presented by SEH at last week’s meeting, was approved by the Combined Locks Village Board.

Wed
14
Oct

Bishop David L. Ricken reinstates dispensation from obligation to attend Sunday Mass

Bishop David L. Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay is reinstating the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass due to concerns about the continued escalation in the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This dispensation takes effect immediately and will remain in effect until further notice.

Wed
14
Oct

Ahlstrom-Munksjö paper mills in Northeast Wisconsin actively recruiting

The Ahlstrom-Munksjö paper mills in De Pere and Kaukauna are actively recruiting for labor team members at this time.

Wed
07
Oct

Sherwood Village Board tables burning ordinance change and seeks more information

Long months of work by the Sherwood Plan Commission and a special subcommittee of that body to craft a burning ordinance for the village may need to continue for at least a few more weeks.

Wed
07
Oct

Kimberly employees to contribute more for insurance

With recent rising health costs, including more than six percent for 2021, the Kimberly Village Board voted to have employees contribute a minimum of six percent to insurance costs next year. The village will continue to pay the maximum of 88 percent of the average costs for the two Tier 1 plans available.

Wed
07
Oct

Harrison village board approves Lexington Homes project

While the Harrison Plan Commission chose to defer action on a Lexington Homes project until they had visited a similar development in Hobart, the Harrison Village Board at a recent meeting opted not to delay the developer’s project and approved ordinances covering amendments to the comprehensive plan and zoning map, a conditional use permit and

Thu
01
Oct

Village of Kimberly adds oil collection tank

A seeping leak prompted the Kimberly Village Board to authorize the installation of a new public waste oil collection tank on the yard waste drop off site.

Thu
01
Oct

Scout Troop 44 cleans up scenic outlook in Sunset Park


Micheal Tomsyck, Brayden Mullard, Peyton Schreck, Zander Kerkhof, Daniel Konkle and Dylan Bodway./Judy Dixon Hebbe photo

The scenic overlook in Kimberly’s upper Sunset Park received an upgrade this summer through the efforts of Boy Scout Troop 44.

Thu
01
Oct

Little Chute examines potentially sharing COVID funds with school districts

One of the first lessons learned either at home or in early childhood education is the importance of sharing with others.

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