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01
Oct

Two-year Highway CE reconstruction project nearly complete

When Highway CE was built, it was a country road leading from Downtown Appleton to Hollandtown, serving the south sides of Kimberly, Combined Locks and Kaukauna.

Now it’s turned into an incredibly busy urban highway carrying thousands of vehicles along that route every day.

Thu
01
Oct

PSC extends COVID-19 utility disconnection moratorium to Nov. 1

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin voted 2-1 last week to continue to stay a portion of its June 26 order, extending the moratorium on utility residential customer disconnections and refusal of service for nonpayment until Nov. 1.

Thu
01
Oct

Kaukauna treasurer responsibilities given to director of finance

Kaukauna voters told city officials in a referendum last fall by a 59-41 percent margin they wanted to split the positions of clerk and treasurer.

Susan J. Duda was clerk/treasurer beginning in 1988 until her 2018 retirement that led to the election of Sally Kenney as clerk/treasurer that year.

Thu
01
Oct

Gov. Evers declares new public health emergency, issues new face coverings order

Gov. Tony Evers has declared a new public health emergency in Wisconsin due to recent surge in cases among young people and issued a new face coverings order effective immediately. Both orders are effective immediately and will expire after 60 days or with a subsequent superseding order.

Thu
01
Oct

Elizabeth, Matthew Wagner victims of shooting in Little Chute

The identity of the two people found dead on Sept. 21 in Little Chute have been identified as Elizabeth Wagner, 24 and Matthew Wagner, 25 of Little Chute.

Thu
01
Oct

Buchanan and administrator part ways


Adam Gitter

Following a closed session during last week’s meeting, the Buchanan Town Board authorized the Public Professional Administration to hire an individual on a temporary basis to develop the 2021 budget for the town.

Thu
24
Sep

Two adults found dead in Little Chute

Officers with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department responded to an address in the 900 block of W. Elm Drive in the Village of Little Chute for a welfare check on Monday around 8:30 a.m. and located two deceased adults in the residence.

Thu
24
Sep

Rep. Ron Tusler pledges to support Congressional term limits

U.S. Term Limits, the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. Its mission is to get 34 states to apply for an amendment proposal convention specific to term limits on Congress. Wisconsin District 3 State Assembly Rep.

Thu
24
Sep

PSC extends COVID-19 utility disconnection moratorium to Nov. 1

The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin voted 2-1 last week to continue to stay a portion of its June 26 order, extending the moratorium on utility residential customer disconnections and refusal of service for nonpayment until Nov. 1.

Thu
24
Sep

Outagamie County municipalities looking for added election workers

Municipal clerks throughout the State of Wisconsin continue to struggle to find poll workers to work the Nov. 3 General Election. In April and August, counties across Wisconsin, including Outagamie, were assisted by the National Guard to staff municipal polling places.

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