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Wed
03
Feb

Kaukauna Utilities sets all-time record for behind-the-meter annual hydro production

Kaukauna Utilities set an all-time record for annual hydro generation production in 2020. The five behind-the-meter hydro generation facilities produced a total of 190,684 MWh in 2020, surpassing the previous record set in 2016 by 9,585 MWh. The more energy these five hydros produce, the less energy KU needs to purchase from WPPI.

Wed
03
Feb

City Of Kaukauna applies for loan from Safe Drinking Water Loan Program

The City of Kaukauna is an applicant for funding through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program to address deficiencies in its public drinking water system. The project primarily includes the replacement of lead service lines throughout the City of Kaukauna.

Wed
27
Jan

Kaukauna Utilities/City of Kaukauna hires new human resources director


Rachel Audette/Submitted photo

Kaukauna Utilities and the City of Kaukauna welcomes Rachel Audette as their new human resources director. Audette joins the team with over 15 years of Human Resources experience. She is responsible for all human resources functions for the city and Kaukauna Utilities.

Wed
27
Jan

Pandemic doesn’t affect Kaukauna Utilities electric, water sales

The coronavirus pandemic did not have a negative financial impact on Kaukauna Utilities in 2020.

Wed
27
Jan

Calumet County court returns to Phase 3

The Calumet County Circuit Court returned to Phase Three of its COVID-19 Operating Plan on Jan. 18. In-person processing of all cases, including jury trials, have resumed. Pertinent, jury-specific safety precautions are in place, as well as general COVID-19 safety measures applicable to the public.

Wed
20
Jan

ThedaCare Health System prepares to move to next phase of vaccine distribution


ThedaCare President and CEO, Imran A. Andrabi, MD, FAAFP, received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Jan. 13 at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah./Submitted photo

Nearly three weeks after receiving the initial shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine, ThedaCare is in the final stages of vaccinating Phase 1a team members who are choosing to receive the vaccine.

On Jan. 13, ThedaCare President and CEO, Imran A. Andrabi, MD, FAAFP, received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Wed
20
Jan

Wisconsin Policy Forum’s top 5 research findings of 2020

While 2020 is a year that most people want to forget, it is also one that will generate important analysis by policy researchers for years to come.

Continuing a year-end tradition launched by one of our predecessor organizations more than a decade ago, we announce our top five research findings for 2020.

Wed
20
Jan

Public feedback sought for I-41 transit options

Commuters between the Fox Cities and Oshkosh have the opportunity to have a voice in what the future of their commute may look like in the future.

Wed
13
Jan

Vaccination begins at St. Paul Elder Services

Nursing home staff and residents began receiving COVID-19 vaccine on Monday morning at St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna.

Wed
13
Jan

Free fishing this weekend in Wisconsin

You can fish almost anywhere in Wisconsin without a license or trout stamp on Free Fishing Weekend. All other inland waters and Wisconsin's side of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River are open for you to test your skills and try your luck, except for spring trout ponds.

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