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Community

Wed
08
Sep

Matt Heiser takes over as Harrison administrator


Matt Heiser
“It is like receiving a promotion,” is how Matt Heiser described his move from Kewaskum to Harrison as village manager.
Wed
08
Sep

Little Chute requests public to use masks again at village buildings

The rapid spread of the contagious Delta strain of the COVID-19 virus spurred discussions recently among Village of Little Chute staff members. They ask the public to resume mask use to deter continued spread of the virus when they are doing business at one of the village’s buildings.
Wed
01
Sep

Little Chute Public Library sets September events

By Aubrey Laux
Programming Librarian
 
Fall Storytime
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. until Nov. 17
Join our library staff for books, songs, and a craft for young readers.
 
Craft Circle
Wed
01
Sep

Valley Eagles 4-H Club holds August meeting

By Jackie Dirkes
Reporter and Secretary
The Valley Eagles 4-H Club held a regular meeting on Aug. 12, at 6:15 p.m. Clare led the pledges. Everyone who was an official member was present for this meeting. Jackie led the roll-call, and Kathryn is the presiding officer.
Wed
01
Sep
Wed
01
Sep

Film crew comes to Downtown Kaukauna 

It wasn’t quite Hollywood but there was a real, professional film crew in downtown Kaukauna last week when Molly Preston, who spent time growing up in Freedom (the town located north of Kaukauna) found an area she wanted to have in her independent film, titled, “Freedom WI.”
Wed
01
Sep

Sherwood Park Avenue ditch concerns remain status quo after discussion

Both residents and Sherwood elected and administrative officials have spent plenty of time, thought and energy concerning the troubled storm water drainage along the south side of that iron flat village street. It only recently was developed for residences in the past three to four years.
Wed
01
Sep

Highway N being ‘rubblized’ in Little Chute


Brian Roebke photo The concrete road surface on Highway N in Little Chute has been “rubblized,” before asphalt is applied.
Highway N in Little Chute closed on Aug. 9 between Highway 96 and Highway OO for a pavement improvement project that uses a relatively new process, rubblization.
Rubblization is just what it sounds — creating rubble out of the road surface. 
Wed
01
Sep

Combined Locks needs resident help wrapping up centennial celebration

It’s time to wrap up the Combined Locks celebration, and the first order of business is to seal the time capsule again. That is set to happen at the regularly scheduled village board meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the village hall.
Wed
01
Sep

Sherwood Village Board learns DOT will not allow church street crossing to continue


Brian Roebke photo/Wisconsin DOT officials are concerned about where the current crossing from Sacred Heart Catholic Church meets a resident’s driveway on the opposite side of the street. They also noted the proximity of that crossing to the proposed new bumpout and crossing closer to Frogg’s Ice Cream.
The Wisconsin DOT recently informed Sherwood officials the familiar street crossing in front of Sacred Heart Catholic Church will not continue following the 2022 paving project for Highways 55 and 114.

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