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Little Chute schools resuming search for district administrator

The Little Chute Area School District has launched another search for a new district administrator to replace David Botz, who is retiring in June 2021 after more than 26 years with the district.

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Dec

Gov. Evers to give State of the State address, budget message virtually

Gov. Tony Evers will deliver the upcoming State of the State address and biennial budget message virtually as COVID-19 continues to surge across the state. The State of the State address is delivered at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 12, and the budget message is delivered at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

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Fox Cities COVID testing sites remaining open into 2021

The Wisconsin National Guard has approved the extension of its COVID-19 testing operations in Appleton and Oshkosh. Previously all WING COVID-19 testing sites were scheduled to end Dec. 10.

The WING COVID-19 testing site in Menasha will not continue operations.

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Dec

Candidates for April elections

An election will be held on Tuesday, April 6, for municipal offices. The first day to circulate nomination papers was Dec. 1, and the final day for filing nomination papers is 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 5, in the various jurisdictions.

If a primary is necessary, the primary is held on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

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Dec

Check on Christmas services

Many churches in the Heart of the Valley are requiring pre-registration for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services Thursday and Friday.

Wed
16
Dec

ThedaCare provider explains what herd immunity means for the pandemic

Developing herd immunity is heralded as one pathway to containing the coronavirus pandemic. What is herd immunity, how is it achieved and will it work to contain COVID-19, the disease resulting from the coronavirus?

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Dec

ThedaCare physician offers guidance for winter months during COVID-19 pandemic

With fall arriving, winter on its way and COVID-19 still spreading in Wisconsin, people may be worried about what to do when the cold weather sends them indoors.

Wed
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Dec

Delightfully Calumet Holiday Light Show open through Dec. 27

Calumet County and surrounding county residents have two more weekends, including Christmas  Night, to attend the Delightfully Calumet Holiday Light Show at Hobart Park/Calumet County Fairgrounds located at 231 Chestnut Street in Chilton.   

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Dec

Calumet County COVID-19 testing site transitioning to new process

With the ending of the Wisconsin National Guard testing sites, Calumet County has secured ThedaCareMobile to administer COVID testing on an appointment basis.

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Dec

Wisconsin auto fatalities up despite less driving

Even as the nation saw an unprecedented drop in driving at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin recorded a significant increase in fatal car crashes and crash fatalities during the initial months of the crisis.

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