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Sep

Two adults found dead in Little Chute

Officers with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department responded to an address in the 900 block of W. Elm Drive in the Village of Little Chute for a welfare check on Monday around 8:30 a.m. and located two deceased adults in the residence.

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24
Sep

Rep. Ron Tusler pledges to support Congressional term limits

U.S. Term Limits, the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. Its mission is to get 34 states to apply for an amendment proposal convention specific to term limits on Congress. Wisconsin District 3 State Assembly Rep.

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24
Sep

PSC extends COVID-19 utility disconnection moratorium to Nov. 1

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin voted 2-1 last week to continue to stay a portion of its June 26 order, extending the moratorium on utility residential customer disconnections and refusal of service for nonpayment until Nov. 1.

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24
Sep

Outagamie County municipalities looking for added election workers

Municipal clerks throughout the State of Wisconsin continue to struggle to find poll workers to work the Nov. 3 General Election. In April and August, counties across Wisconsin, including Outagamie, were assisted by the National Guard to staff municipal polling places.

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24
Sep

Man hit while riding bike on Highway N under CE

A bicyclist was hit by a vehicle shortly after 2 p.m. Friday afternoon that resulted in a 49-year-old Menasha man suffering life-threatening injuries and being flown to a local hospital via the Theda Star helicopter.

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24
Sep

Madison Street closed for two weeks

Madison Street (Highway N) in Little Chute closed Monday morning and remains closed through Thursday, Oct. 1, for utility work for the Cobblestone Hotel & Suites.

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24
Sep

Kaukauna man shot in Harrison altercation

 A 40-year old Kaukauna man was shot in the parking lot of Blu Sapphires Cabaret in Harrison early Sunday morning.

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at 2:38 a.m. for the report of a male with a gunshot wound to his abdomen after being shot while inside his vehicle in the parking lot of the gentlemen's club.

Wed
23
Sep

Highway OO closed east of Little Chute

Northland Avenue (Highway OO), west of Ballard Road (Highway E), will be closed for approximately two weeks beginning Sept. 21. The closure is for approximately 500 ft. on the west side of the intersection.

Ballard Road and the east side of the Northland Avenue at the intersection are still open.

Wed
23
Sep

Feldt announces intention to retire in early 2022


Jeff Feldt

Jeff Feldt, general manager of Kaukauna Utilities, informed the Kaukauna Utilities Commission of his intention to retire on Jan. 3, 2022 at last week’s meeting.

Per his employment agreement, he is required to provide a minimum of one year’s notice of his retirement date.

Wed
23
Sep

Development updates common thread of busy Sherwood Village Board meeting

The potential for as many as three residential developments in Sherwood offered various discussions during the Sept. 14 Sherwood Village Board meeting.

All three of the potential projects are in different stages at this point, but each will likely mean more residences in the village.

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