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Wed
02
Jun

Newspaper enacts fundraiser policy

In an effort to be fair to all organizations, it is our policy to require a paid advertisement for any fundraising events. 
In addition to an ad, we will print a small news story in the newspaper and attempt to attend the event.
All fundraisers will receive our low non-profit rates.
Wed
26
May

Little Chute Memorial Day activities returning Monday

Little Chute American Legion Post 258 resumes its annual Memorial Day parade and program on Monday, May 31.
Wed
26
May

Plans for potential hotel and apartment complex presented to Kaukauna Plan Commission


Abacus Architects illustrations/Plans for a five-story, 101-unit apartment complex were unvield at last week’s Kaukauna Planning Commission meeting for the corner of Catherine Street and East Wisconsin Avenue. That adds to the previously reported 67-room Sleep Inn hotel at 222 Lawe St. Developers still have many hoops to jump through to get the proposal approved by the city’s common council. The building would be located adjacent to the city’s painted mural along Catherine Street.
A project that will change the look of Downtown Kaukauna continues to work its way through city committees, with the Kaukauna Planning Commission approving the preliminary site plan on Thursday evening.
Wed
12
May

Kaukauna alumni rally set for June 19 at Van Abel’s


Submitted photo/Al Borchardt is pictured in front of the Kaukauna Public Library, where he volunteers to shelve books on Monday mornings. Borchardt will be the rallymaster at the annual Kaukauna Alumni Foundation Rally on June 19 at Van Abel’s of Holladtown.
The Kaukauna Alumni Founda-tion will hold its 84th alumni rally at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown on Saturday, June 19.
This year’s Rallymaster is Al Borchardt from the Class of 1971.
Borchardt is celebrating his 50th anniversary this year, along with the other members of the class of 1971. 
Wed
12
May

2d Marine Division Band to participate in Appleton Flag Day Parade


Submitted photo/The 70th Appleton Flag Day Parade features the 2d Marine Division Band from Camp Lejeune, N.C. on Saturday, June 12.
The 2d Marine Division Band from Camp Lejeune, N.C. is traveling to Wisconsin to appear in the 70th Appleton Flag Day Parade on Saturday, June 12.
Wed
12
May

Hotel passes plan commission but driveways get more discussion


City of Kaukauna photo/One of the issues with Kaukauna’s allowance of a driveway on the side of a garage is that a recreational vehicle could be parked on the side of a neighboring house, with noise from that activity just eight feet away from a neighbor potentially trying to sleep.
With little discussion, a request for a special exception use to construct and operate a 67-room, three story hotel at 222 Lawe St. passed the Kaukauna Plan Commission on Thursday afternoon.
Wed
12
May

Fox Locks in Kaukauna now open for summer


Brian Roebke photo/The 5th lock in Kaukauna is the last lock in the Fox River Navigational System Authority to be renovated. When the Kaukauna lift bridge is operational later this summer, boaters can go from the Rapid Croche dam between Kaukauna and Wrightstown all the way to Menasha through the lock system.
Progress continues to be made on reopening the Fox Locks system from Green Bay to Lake Winnebago. This summer, five more locks in Kaukauna will be open for boat traffic once the Catherine Street Lift Bridge in Kaukauna is fully repaired.
Wed
12
May

Common council hears plans for 2021 Fox Firecracker event


Brian Roebke photo/A large crowd was on hand in Kaukauna on July 4, 2019, for the start of the Fox Firecraker 5K, which plans to return this year after a year off due to the pandemic.
The 4th of July in Kaukauna will see the return of the popular Fox Firecracker run and associated fanfare once again after turning to a virtual session during the 2020 pandemic.
The event hopes to return to full stride once again as a live event, but with some safety precautions included. 
Wed
12
May

TimesVillager enacts fundraiser policy

In an effort to be fair to all organizations, it is our policy to require a paid advertisement for any fundraising events. 
In addition to an ad, we will print a small news story in the newspaper and attempt to attend the event.
All fundraisers will receive our low non-profit rates.

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