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Community

Thu
01
Oct

Legion Post 258 and Blue Star Mothers observe Gold Star Family Day


Andrew Mader of Hilbert, commander of the Little Chute Sons of American Legion post, plays taps at Sunday’s Gold Star Family Day observance at Windmill Plaza./Brian Roebke photo

Little Chute American Legion Post 258 and Blue Star Mothers, Wisconsin Chapter 1 held its second annual Gold Star Family Day observance on Sunday evening at Windmill Plaza in Little Chute as part of the National Luminary Initiative.

Thu
01
Oct

Lake district association will pay for Sherwood dam reconstruction work

After several years of discussion, work with the DNR and weighing choices, including the possibilities of a matching DNR grant, work on the small but important Schneider Dam in Sherwood is likely to move forward soon.

Thu
24
Sep

Little Chute considers options for future of vacated Pine Street

The vacation of the traditional one-way Pine Street in Little Chute is creating options for both St. John Parish and for the village relating to goals for their portions of the recently vacated street sections.

Thu
24
Sep

League of Women Voters helpline expands to include Fox Cities

A Voter Helpline, created by the League of Women Voters to improve voter education and participation ahead of the Nov. 3 election, has been expanded to serve the Appleton area.

Thu
24
Sep

Kimberly Village Board approves security upgrades

The Kimberly Village Board approved complex building security and accessibility updates, including re-keying complex and street department building for a total amount of $33,476.46.

Thu
24
Sep

Kimberly Fire Department launches EMR team

With the completion of emergency medical responder training, the Kimberly Fire Department was able to launch a team last month and has answered 44 calls to date.

Thu
24
Sep

Kaukauna looks at ponds and chickens in brief committee meetings

Storm water ponds and chickens laying eggs are likely not a common pairing in most conversations but the unlikely duo were the center of conversation for the Kaukauna Board of Public Works and Health and Recreation Committee meetings.

Wed
23
Sep

Kaukauna Educators' Legacy Fund supports learning with generous donation

Over the summer, Kaukauna Area School District teachers and administrators spent time looking for ways to support the needs of flexibility within its learning models during the 2020-21 school year.

Wed
23
Sep

Combined Locks board approves reconstruction in Riverview Ridge

The Combined Locks Village Board at a recent meeting approved a resolution accepting sanitary sewers, storm sewers, water main and street construction in the Riverview Ridge subdivision.

Wed
23
Sep

Claribel area residents ask about direction regarding sewer pipe collapse

The pain of a local disaster was evident at the Sept. 15 open forum session of the Kaukauna Common Council. Members of two different families affected by a sewer pipe collapse and related events appealed to city officials for direction regarding what became a personal disaster in their homes.

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