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Wed
18
Nov

Area leaders urge citizens to take pandemic seriously


Families of residents at the St. Paul Home recently took advantage of warm weather to see their loved ones through a “drive-by” visit since the SPES campus has been closed due to COVID-19 since spring. There were many smiles and tears of joy/Submitted photo

In case you haven’t heard, the coronavirus pandemic is getting very serious across the country and the Fox Cities in particular.

Two community leaders came out with statements last week trying to get people to be aware of the seriousness of the spread of COVID-19 and think of their behaviors before doing them.

Thu
12
Nov

Trump wins election in county but Biden prevails nationwide to become 46th president


Michael Brochstein/Echoes Wire/Barcroft Media via Getty Images After several extra days of vote counting, the Associated Press named former vice president Joe Biden as the winner of the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election, making him the 46th president of the United States. President Donald Trump, however, had not conceded the election as of press time and was pursuing lawsuits in several states.

Incumbent Republican President Donald J. Trump won Outagamie County 54-44 percent but lost the presidency to former vice president Joe Biden, a Democrat. Biden won the national race with 75.4 million votes to Trump’s 70.9 million (51-48 percent) in the Nov. 3 general election.

Outagamie County reported a 91.45 percent voter turnout.

Wed
04
Nov

Kaukauna Utilities General Manager Feldt re-elected to leadership roles

Kaukauna Utilities General Manager Jeff Feldt was recently re-elected to two leadership roles for WPPI Energy. At the annual meeting held Sept. 17, Feldt was re-elected to the executive committee, and on Oct. 22, Feldt was re-elected as chair of the WPPI Energy Board of Directors.

Wed
04
Nov

Kaukauna Common Council grapples with ballot error repercussions in special meeting

Municipal clerks in Outagamie County were left with just 33 hours and stacks of absentee/early ballots following a week of trying to work out a solution not of their making.

Wed
04
Nov

County, city budgets invest in behavioral health initiatives

The City of Green Bay and Brown County are making strong investments in their respective 2021 budget proposals.

Wed
28
Oct

Outagamie County suspending outdoor siren tests

In an effort to reduce maintenance costs related to expected seasonal snow and ice, Outagamie County will modify the weekly outdoor warning system test schedule.

Wed
28
Oct

Outagamie County ballot printing glitch uncovered in Kaukauna

An unexpected event occurred recently when some absentee ballots were tested at the Kaukauna City Clerk’s office.

The expected result was to scan sample absentee ballots, watching how folded ballots scan through the machines and tally the count. It was a simple test of the recommended procedures.

Wed
28
Oct

Kimberly schools offering rapid COVID-19 test results for area school district staff

A new public-private partnership will work to keep schools open by providing COVID-19 testing with fast results to staff at 24 school districts from Kimberly south to Washington and Dodge Counties.

Wed
28
Oct

Kaukauna cancels Christmas parade

For the first time in its 32-year history, Kaukauna’s Electric City Christmas parade has been cancelled. The beloved, annual community tradition is just one of many great programs to fall victim to COVID-19 cancellations.

Wed
28
Oct

City works with Holy Cross Parish on revised Doty Street parking

Parking often is at a premium at Holy Cross Church, especially when St. Ignatius School is in session. But changes made during the recent Doty Street reconstruction should alleviate some of the parking concerns.

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