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Wed
13
Jan

Roster set for spring elections in the Heart of the Valley

The Village of Little Chute headlines the spring election on April 6 in the Heart of the Valley. Incumbent President Michael Vanden Berg is being challenged by Brian Peterson.

For trustee, there are two seats open with four people running. Incumbent Skip Smith is not running.

Wed
13
Jan

COVID-19 testing moved to Fox Cities Exhibition Center

The COVID-19 testing site, previously located at the Appleton North High School parking lot, has moved indoors to the Fox Cities Exhibition Center starting this week.

Wed
06
Jan

Missing Buchanan man found deceased

William (Bill) Jarosh, who was reported missing over the Christmas weekend, was located deceased last week in Buchanan. The cause of death is under investigation but foul play is not suspected. 

Wed
06
Jan

Kaukauna Utilities could take over Kimberly Hydro plant from WPPI

When Kaukauna Utilities purchased the Kimberly hydroelectric power generation plant from the new owners of the former Kimberly paper mill in 2010, it contracted with their wholesale power provider, WPPI Energy, to purchase the power produced.

Wed
06
Jan

Agreement aligns Outagamie with energy trends

The Outagamie County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an agreement in December with Mas Energy to construct a renewable natural gas facility on the county’s solid waste campus.

Thu
31
Dec

RACK approves $150,000 loan for new construction

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Kaukauna approved a $150,000 loan to Modix USA Inc. to be used toward environmentally conscious elements in their new facility construction in Kaukauna. The terms were a 3.97-percent interest rate over 15 years.

Thu
31
Dec

Kimberly library set to open Jan. 4 as new entity


Holly Selwitschka/Submitted photo

Staff from the joint Kimberly/Little Chute Library will join the Kimberly Library staff when it opens on Jan. 4 with continued curb service and planning for welcoming patrons to the facility in the near future.

Thu
31
Dec

Gov. Evers, DHS offering At-home COVID-19 testing option

Gov. Tony Evers, together with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, announced a contract with Vault Medical Services that will add an additional tool to the Wisconsin COVID-19 testing toolbox. At-home COVID-19 saliva collection kits are now available to everyone who lives in Wisconsin, with or without symptoms, at no cost.

Wed
23
Dec

State may face toughest budget challenge since 2011

Next year, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers and newly elected lawmakers likely will confront the state’s toughest budget challenge since 2011.

Wed
23
Dec

St. Paul President Norder urges community to practice CDC recommendations

President & CEO Sondra Norder of St. Paul Elder Services, Inc. continues to ask for the community’s help in keeping the COVID-19 virus under control. Residents and staff at the elder services campus were hit hard by the virus this fall but things have settled down in the early part of winter.

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