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Outagamie County resuming outdoor siren tests Saturday at noon

The Outagamie County Emer-gency Management Department resumes the audible outdoor warning system test Saturday at noon. 
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A look at Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed state budget

Gov. Tony Evers, seeking to advance goals that include addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, proposes in his 2021-23 budget bill to bolster spending on education, economic development, social services, and infrastructure.
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Northeast Wisconsin Passion Play streaming on demand March 25-April 2

The Northeast Wisconsin Passion Play, a dramatic musical depicting the ministry and Passion of Christ through an original script, contemporary Christian score and dance, will stream on-demand March 25-April 2. On-demand tickets allow a 48-hour window within the streaming dates to view once the code contained in the ticket is entered.
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ThedaCare updates vaccine availability through March 30

ThedaCare was expecting to receive 1,932 doses of COVID-19 vaccine from March 17-30. A majority of vaccine appointments are scheduled 7-10 days in advance. More eligible patients will be contacted through MyThedaCare if additional doses become available. Walk-in vaccinations are not available at this time. 
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Child spots fire at Mona J’s Precious Memories

A 10-year old from Kaukauna took quick action, asking her mother to call 911 when she spotted a fire in the rear of a commercial garage at Mona J’s Precious Memories Wedding Chapel and Cakes at 1913 Crooks Ave. on Friday evening.
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St. Paul Elder Services re-opens doors to responsible indoor visitation


Submitted photo/A picture says a thousand words of this reunion at St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna.
St. Paul Elder Services shared good news last week in light of new guidance released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
“Based on the fantastic results we are seeing from the COVID-19 vaccines, we are re-opening our doors to responsible indoor visitation,” Sondra Norder, President & CEO said.
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Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau Awards tourism asset emergency grant to Friends of Grignon Mansion

The Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau awarded a total of $225,000 to 11 Fox Cities organizations hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tourism Asset Emergency Grants are meant to help sustain local organizations that host and rely on large group events until these gatherings can safely return.
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U.S. Venture named a great place to work

U.S. Venture is Great Place to Work Certified. 
Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience, and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation. 

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