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Wed
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Feb

Candidates move to spring election with primary victories

The field of four candidates for Buchanan Town Board, Supervisor 3, was narrowed from four to two candidates in last week’s spring primary.
Wed
24
Feb

KU approves re-upping ATC investment

The Kaukauna Utilities Commission approved contributing $43,100 to American Transmission Company in 2021 to maintain its percentage interest in ATC at .1724 percent at its February meeting.
This is an annual approval that’s as good an investment the commission can possibly make.
Wed
24
Feb

Calumet County opens public COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Calumet County, in partnership with Ascension Calumet and St. Martin Lutheran Church, has opened a public vaccination clinic at St. Martin Church, 717 Memorial Drive, in Chilton. The clinic is typically open on Tuesdays, Wednes-days, and Fridays, dependent on the availability of vaccine doses.
Wed
24
Feb

Kaukauna Utilities working on logo refresh


Brian Roebke photo/Kaukauna Utilities is looking to change its “brand,” including a refresh of its current logo.
The familiar Kaukauna Utilities logo of water rushing through a hydroelectric power plant appears to be on its way out as part of a brand refresh.
Wed
10
Feb

Gov. Evers seeks applicants for Outagamie County Circuit Court

Gov. Tony Evers is seeking applicants for the Outagamie County Circuit Court – Branch 7. The appointment will fill a vacancy created by Judge John A. Des Jardins’s retirement, effective March 1. The new judge will complete a term ending July 31, 2022.

Wed
10
Feb

Center for Suicide Awareness treats police


Center for Suicide Awareness volunteers Tony Sonnleitner, Nancy Hayes, and Kitty Peeters delivered some food to the Kaukauna Police Department last week/Brian Roebke photo

Volunteers from the Center for Suicide Awareness in Kaukauna had the opportunity to support our frontline police by visiting and delivering individually wrapped servings of lasagna and dessert from Landreman’s Family Restaurant.

Wed
10
Feb

Fox Cities COVID-19 vaccine clinic now open in Appleton

Local health departments, with the support of area health care systems, have partnered to expand COVID-19 vaccine access for eligible community members. The Fox Cities COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is located at the Fox Cities Exhibition Center, 355 W. Lawrence St., Appleton.

Wed
03
Feb

Northbound turn lane closed at Main and Madison in Little Chute

The Village of Little Chute is replacing storm sewer located at the intersection of Madison Street and Main Street, closing the west bound/right turn lane on Main Street. The south bound left turn lane remains open for movements in all directions.

Wed
03
Feb

Nelson reiterates importance of effective COVID-19 mitigating strategies

Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson issued a Proclamation urging residents to continue to wear masks in public places to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 following the Wisconsin State Assembly’s vote to repeal the state-wide mask mandate.

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