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Wed
09
Dec

Vaccine development and distribution — What happens next?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a terrible impact: it’s killed nearly a million and a half people worldwide, and more than a quarter million in the United States.

Wed
09
Dec

Gov. Evers providing $45 million in targeted assistance for restaurants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

Gov. Tony Evers, along with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, announced that restaurants and other targeted small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will receive $45 million in assistance, bringing the total assistance distributed to Wisconsin businesses this year to more than $220 million.

Wed
09
Dec

Brown, Calumet counties appear to have consensus on Highway D/Man Cal Road intersection

Highway departments from Brown and Calumet counties appear to be on the way to approving a speed limit decrease on Highway D where it crosses Man Cal Road, which is the county border.

There have been some accidents at that intersection, some of them bad, and part of the problem may be the current speed situation.

Wed
02
Dec

Tuning in to video fees

While consumers may be binge-watching video more than ever in a time of social distancing, new data shows cable television revenues falling in Wisconsin in the run-up to COVID-19. More Wisconsin households may be “cutting the cord” and dropping cable in favor of internet video streaming services such as Disney Plus, Hulu, and Netflix.

Wed
02
Dec

Rolly the Robot rolls into St. Paul residents hearts

A Telepresence Robotics Pilot Project is taking place at Kaukauna’s St. Paul Elder Services, Inc. in Kaukauna to help reduce social isolation and bring families together. The goal is to improve the lives of people living in care homes in which the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project is conducting arts programming on a regular basis.

Wed
02
Dec

Director selected to lead Kimberly Public Library

Holly Selwitschka, library director at Winneconne Public Library, will assume the duties of library director at the Kimberly Public Library on Jan. 1. She is currently working five hours a week at the Kimberly facility, becoming familiar with layout, accounts and staffing.

Wed
02
Dec

Celebrate upcoming holidays safely while COVID-19 at critically high level

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country and Wisconsin, the Northeast Region

Wed
02
Dec

1000 Islands accepting ‘used’ decorative lights

Do you have stringed decorative lights that don’t work anymore, lights burned out, tangled up badly, just don’t want anymore? 

Wed
25
Nov

Kimberly man arrested after domestic disturbance

A 35-year-old man and resident of the 100 block of S.

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