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Wed
07
Feb

Students make ‘Final Pitch’ at Kimberly INCubator class

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Jan. 16 was a really big day for     16 Kimberly High School students when they had the “INCubator Final Pitch” at the school auditorium.
Thu
01
Feb

Look Back in History Post office an important part of Kaukauna history

By Carol Van Boxtel
History Room Volunteer
Kaukauna Public Library
Thu
01
Feb

Criminalizing child sex dolls heads to governor’s desk

Compiled by Brian Roebke
Editor 
Legislation authored by Rep. Joy Goeben’s (R-Hobart) criminalizing child sex dolls in Wisconsin, unanimously passed the Assembly with bipartisan support last week. AB 329 now heads to the governor’s office for his signature, likely in April.
Thu
01
Feb

Slowinski pleased with first school long-range facilities planning meeting


Brian Roebke photo — As part of its Continuous Improvement Plan, the Kaukauna Area School District held its first of four community input sessions related to facilities with Superintendent Mike Slowinski on Jan. 24 at River View Middle School, with 110 people in attendance.
By Brian Roebke
Editor
Thu
11
Jan

Kaukauna band marching in NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

By Brian Roebke
Editor
The Kaukauna High School marching band will be performing in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City, the oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world. The first parade was held on March 17, 1762 — 14 years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Thu
11
Jan

Kaukauna band marching in NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade

By Brian Roebke
Editor
The Kaukauna High School marching band will be performing in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City, the oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world. The first parade was held on March 17, 1762 — 14 years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Wed
03
Jan

Kaukauna Utilities intern learning by doing


Brian Roebke photo — Wrightstown High School junior Aiden Humphreys is working part-time this school year for the water department at Kaukauna Utilities. He’s planning a career in the utility industry, getting a head start on his career by working on the job and as an added bonus, earning some money along the way.
By Brian Roebke
Editor
There are internships when the intern takes care of the busy work and they don’t really learn a whole lot about the operation of an organization.
Wed
27
Dec

Rep. Goeben introduces dairy bill

By Brian Roebke
Editor
What is milk?
Wed
27
Dec

News Publishing Company changing hands

You probably know your local newspaper by the name on the front of it. Behind that name is News Publishing Company, Inc., which has existed since Jan. 3, 1978, when Curtis Witte bought a group of publications in western Dane County and Green County from Bill and Dolores Griffith.  

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