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Community

Wed
03
Feb

Little Chute sets open enrollment numbers

Open enrollment is available to all applicants in Little Chute School District 4K and high school grades, according to a report to the Little Chute School Board by Director of Pupil Services Heidi Schmidt.

Wed
03
Feb

Lampe released from hospital 80 days after admittance after battling COVID-19


Brian Roebke photo

Tim Lampe celebrated a milestone in a very long journey after contracting COVID-19 when he was released from ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah on Sunday, when family and friends greeted him when he was released at the main entrance.

Wed
03
Feb

Harrison board selects Pontow to fill Moore’s open seat

The Harrison Village Board last week endorsed Kirk Pontow’s candidacy for village trustee by appointing him to fill the remaining term vacated by Tyler Moore.

Wed
03
Feb

Four-way stop considered to slow traffic on Sherwood’s Stommel Road

The temptation to drive faster than the 25 mph speed limit on a straight stretch of village streets seems to be too much for drivers along Stommel and Pigeon Roads in Sherwood.

Wed
27
Jan

Buchanan approves construction and engineering contracts

Road construction and engineering contracts were approved by the Buchanan Town Board at last week’s meeting.

Peters Construction received a final payment for 2020 road construction for $49,836.32. Funds remaining in the 2020 road construction budget were rolled over into the 2021 budget by board action.

Wed
27
Jan

Little Chute gets much accomplished during COVID year

In a year where COVID-19 changed just about everything, the Village of Little Chute kept operating as an essential entity and kept the village growing.

Because of the dangers of the virus, the village needed to take precautions and be flexible but safe to keep things going.

Wed
27
Jan

Kimberly board revises special assessment policy

The Kimberly Village Board last week approved the special assessment policy, which reflects modifications based on the establishment of the transportation utility.

Wed
27
Jan

Kaukauna moves forward on railroad quiet zone efforts

Another step was taken to create a railroad quiet zone along the four main crossings in Kaukauna during the Jan. 18 edition of the city’s public works session.

SEH consultant Brian Cunningham offered the dual tasks involved in the second step forward for the city to achieve the quiet zone.

Wed
27
Jan

Kaukauna Common Council praises work of late veteran member Diana Driessen

It often is said people don’t know how many lives they touch in their daily activities.

Wed
27
Jan

Highway OO sanitary sewer collapse becomes major 2021 Little Chute project

In hindsight, the clues of this mystery were all available. But in real time, the various clues to the mystery had to unfold before the village knew the complexity of the mystery.

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