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Thu
07
Sep

Kaukauna man charged for burglary, theft, criminal damage to property

By Brian Roebke
Editor
A coach and board member of Kaukauna Youth Baseball is no longer a part of the group after he was charged with crimes related to his volunteer work with the organization.
Thu
07
Sep

KAYBC makes scoreboard donation

By Daniel Schoettler
Reporter
The KAYBC made a significant donation at last week’s Kimberly School Board meeting. The club donated a check of $10,216 toward   a new scoreboard at Woodland Elementary School.
Thu
07
Sep

Kaukauna teaching staff gets first look at Continuous Improvement Plan

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Wednesday was a big day for the teaching staff in the Kaukauna Area School District, when they had their first look at the district’s Continuous Improvement Plan that was completed this summer.
Wed
30
Aug

Sherwood author pens first children’s novel

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Laurie Pluimer, who lives in Sherwood, had her first children’s novel published in June.
Pluimer had written for multiple magazines and her local newspaper, but The Year of Penny is her debut children’s novel. 
Thu
24
Aug

Plan commission approves site plan for refrigeration company

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Straightline Refrigeration recei-ved approval to build an office and fabrication shop on lots 12 and 13 of the NEW Prosperity Center last week from the Kaukauna Plan Commission.
Thu
24
Aug

Common council hears 1000 Islands plan and city development update

By Tom Collins
Reporter
News regarding some busy directions in the city dominated the approximately 45-minute open session at the Aug. 15 Kaukauna Common Council meeting.
Naturalist Deb Nowak led the way with the results of a five-year plan for the popular 1000 Islands Environmental Center.
Wed
16
Aug

Vande Wettering wins 174th annual Hollandtown Schut


Luke Vande Wettering takes aim at the target at the 174th Schut Sunday afternoon at Triple J Wing and Clay in Brillion.
By Brian Roebke
Editor
Luke Vande Wettering became the 174th Hollandtown Schut King Sunday afternoon after 792 shots, becoming a third generation winner of the shooting competition that traces its roots to Holland. 
Wed
16
Aug

Ahlstrom celebrates 140 years in Kaukauna with bright future

By Brian Roebke
Editor
It’s no secret the Ahlstrom paper mill in Kaukauna is an old mill but despite of, or maybe because of, it’s age, it’s doing extremely well in its 140th year of operation.
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.

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