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Kimberly man arrested after domestic disturbance

A 35-year-old man and resident of the 100 block of S.

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Governor Evers and DHS direct an additional $80 million to support skilled nursing facilities

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the state Department of Health Services pledged an additional $80 million to support Wisconsin’s skilled nursing facilities through the end of the year.

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Gov. Evers invests $120 million to support small businesses as COVID-19 cases surge

Gov. Tony Evers announced Friday an additional $70 million in the second round of “We’re All In” grants, bringing the second round total to $120 million to be invested in Wisconsin small businesses. This announcement brings the total investments in the “We’re All In” grant program to $185 million.

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Gov. Evers declares new public health emergency due to overwhelmed Wisconsin hospitals, issues new face coverings order

Gov. Tony Evers declared a new public health emergency in Wisconsin on Friday as Wisconsin’s hospitals are operating at or very near full capacity and healthcare providers are struggling to keep up with the demand for care. The order is effective immediately and will expire after 60 days or with a subsequent superseding order.

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Nov

Fox Valley Metro and Appleton PDs cooperate to complete theft investigation

Officers from the Fox Valley Metro Police Department were dispatched to the BP Gas Station located at 730 W. Kimberly Ave. in the Village of Kimberly for an auto theft complaint on Nov. 17 at approximately 4:45 p.m.

Wed
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Nov

Kimberly and Little Chute libraries expand Wi-Fi access outside their building

In a response to the challenges of COVID-19, the Kimberly and Little Chute Libraries recently expanded Wi-Fi access to extend the range outside of the library buildings. The new upgrade helps keep the community connected to the internet even when entrance to the building is limited.

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Nov

Kaukauna Police looking for 2 suspects in armed robbery

The Kaukauna Police Department is looking for two suspects involved in an armed robbery that occurred the night of Wednesday, Nov. 11, around 6:30 p.m.

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Nov

Kaukauna man arrested for internet crimes

Officers with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department conducted an online Internet Crimes Against Children investigation on Nov. 9 and as the result of this investigation, Timothy Manns, a 43-year-old Kaukauna resident was arrested and booked into the Outagamie County Jail on the following charges:

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Nov

Kaukauna conducting annual Christmas tree search

The City of Kaukauna is once again looking for a donation of a suitable tree to cut down to be enjoyed by Kaukauna residents during the holiday season. The chosen tree will be placed in Hydro Park near Crooks Avenue and the donor will be recognized.

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Nov

Area leaders urge citizens to take pandemic seriously


Families of residents at the St. Paul Home recently took advantage of warm weather to see their loved ones through a “drive-by” visit since the SPES campus has been closed due to COVID-19 since spring. There were many smiles and tears of joy/Submitted photo

In case you haven’t heard, the coronavirus pandemic is getting very serious across the country and the Fox Cities in particular.

Two community leaders came out with statements last week trying to get people to be aware of the seriousness of the spread of COVID-19 and think of their behaviors before doing them.

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