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Wed
16
Aug

‘Lemon Sisters’ mark 35 years of annual gatherings


Brian Roebke photo — Judy Haen Verhagen, Bonnie Van Dyke Landreman, Joanne Haen Schmalz, Carol Ann Alger Frank, and Linda Morgan Russo met last week to plan their 35th annual get-together from Sept. 5-7 at Par 5 Resort (formerly Fox Hills) in Mishicot.
By Brian Roebke
Editor
Five ladies who started a close friendship 35 years ago are getting together again on September 5-7.
Tue
08
Aug

Plan commission approves land annexation off Interstate 41

By Brian Roebke 
Editior
The City of Kaukauna Plan Commission approved an unusual annexation petition at Thursday afternoon’s meeting at the Kaukauna Municipal Building.
Tue
08
Aug

Little Chute sees growth reflected in requests for new positions

By Tom Collins
Reporter
Clerical help for the burdened Fox Valley Metro Police office, the need for another laborer in the public works department and the addition of a full-time librarian all demonstrate the increasing demands placed on various services in the growing Village of Little Chute.
Thu
03
Aug

Statesburg Apartments celebrates renovated buildings

By Brian Roebke
Editor
What was known as the Golden Venture Apartments for more than 50 years saw many changes over the past year plus, and not only in the new name, Statesburg Apartments.
Thu
03
Aug

DOT hosts public information meeting on Interstate 41 improvements

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Representatives from the Wis-consin Department of Transporta-tion held several informational business meetings last week regarding the upcoming $1.1 billion, 23-mile reconstruction of Interstate 41 from Highway 96 in Appleton to Highway F in Lawrence/De Pere.
Thu
03
Aug
Thu
03
Aug

Walker gives people a glimpse into life with UW band

By Brian Roebke
Editor
What’s it like to be in the University of Wisconsin Marching Band? 
Thu
27
Jul

Hammen receives DNR award for teaching hunter safety classes for 40 years

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
“I just love doing it,” said Lee Hammen of his 40 years of teaching hunter safety classes first at the 1000 Islands Environmental Center in Kaukauna and, after retiring as naturalist and director there, in his home town of Kimberly.
Thu
27
Jul

Board of Public Works approves bid for Kaukauna swimming pool renovation

By Tom Collins
Reporter
Action by the Kaukauna Board of Public Works at their July 17 meeting advanced the final step toward renovation of the city’s swimming pool complex.

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