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Wed
10
Jul

Kaukauna school board finds community not buying $220 million referendum idea

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Scott Gerard from School Perceptions appeared before the board of education by a virtual link after the Kaukauna Area School District, EUA, School Perceptions, and Miron Construction evaluated the results of a survey of district residents this spring.
What did they learn?
Wed
10
Jul

National Night Out coming to Wrightstown Aug. 6

By Brian Roebke
Editor
For the first time, Wrightstown joins a cast of 132 communities across Wisconsin celebrating National Night Out on the first Tuesday in August.
Wed
03
Jul

StoneRidge Piggly Wiggly donation to Make-A-Wish tops $59,000

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Make-A-Wish Wisconsin continued its fantastic relationship with StoneRidge Piggly Wiggly and this year with another incredible donation from the grocery store group. 
Wed
03
Jul

Elks hold 60th Top 10 banquet for area seniors

By Brian Roebke
Editor
The Kaukauna Elks Lodge  #962 held its 60th student recognition banquet for the Top 10 academic students from the Class of 2024 in May.
Wed
03
Jul

New Sherwood administrator gained professional experience working in his hometown

By Tom Collins
Reporter
The city of West Bend offered more than a good atmosphere for Padrick Dunn. It also became something of a professional lab for Dunn to increase his many talents.
Wed
03
Jul

Rallymaster speech brings classmates back 50 years

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Bill Newhouse from the Kaukauna High School Class of 1974 headlined the 88th Kaukauna Alumni Foundation Rally on June 15 at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown.
Wed
26
Jun

Building façade collapse blocks Lawe Street in Kaukauna

By Brian Roebke
Editor
A saga that began on the afternoon of Sunday, June 16, has developed very slowly, but if things are moving along as they were planned to, the brick should be removed soon from the building at 319 Lawe St. in Kaukauna, which had a portion of its building façade collapse.
Wed
26
Jun

Van Abel’s of Hollandtown receives Kaukauna Alumni Award

By Brian Roebke
Editor
It took a while for it to happen, but eventually at the Kaukauna Alumni Foundation’s 88th annual rally on June 15 the winner of this year’s well-thought of Alumni Award winner was announced by Foundation President Kelly Kelly as Van Abel’s of Hollandtown.
Wed
19
Jun

Wendel installed as first woman commander of Post 258


Brian Roebke photo — Post Commander Maranda Wendel (left), a former combat medic who served in Iraq, was sworn in as the first woman commander in the 104-year history of American Legion Post 258. She’s pictured with outgoing Commander James Strong and 9th District Commander Debbie Thomas.
By Brian Roebke
Editor
Maranda Wendel made history June 10 when she was sworn in as the first female commander in the 104-year history of American Legion Post 258 in Little Chute. 
The former combat medic who served in Iraq took the reins from James Strong, who led the post during the past year.
Wed
05
Jun

Tree damage usually responsibility of property owner who suffers damage

By Brian Roebke
Editor
The recent tornado that went through Kaukauna damaged many trees, and it let to people wondering who has the legal responsibility for a tree that falls over the property line and causes damage.
Scott Van Dyn Hoven, owner of Van Dyn Hoven Insurance Agency, has some answers.

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