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Community

Wed
18
Aug

Sherwood Village Board approves keeping existing pedestrian highway crossings

Several familiar Sherwood pedestrian street crossings are expected to be maintained after the village board’s actions to approve keeping them following the state DOT’s 2022 highway resurfacing project.
Wed
18
Aug

Kimberly keeps boat launch fees intact

After reviewing a survey of launch fees from Brown County to New London by Community Enrichment Director Holly Femal, the Kimberly Village Board agreed to continue the present fees of $5 per day and annual fees of $15 for residents and $25 for non-residents because they align with other municipalities.
Wed
11
Aug

De Bruin earns top honors at UW-La Crosse


Submitted photo/Troy De Bruin, a 2017 graduate of Little Chute High School, received UW-La Crosse’s Jake and Janet Hoeschler Award for Excellence from the university’s College of Business Administration.
Troy De Bruin, a 2017 graduate of Little Chute High School, received The Jake and Janet Hoeschler Award for Excellence, which recognizes an outstanding graduate in the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s College of Business Administration.  
Wed
11
Aug

Kimberly Public Library news for August

By Holly Selwitschka
Kimberly Public Library Director
It’s August, summer’s end. Sigh. What’s the best way to hold on to the last bits of summer? Read for pleasure. 
Wed
11
Aug

Post 258 holds ceremony for disposal of unserviceable flags

American Legion Post 258 recently retired 367 unserviceable United States flags as outlined in The American Legion Resolution No. 440 passed by the 19th National Convention in New York, Sept. 20-23, 1937.
Wed
11
Aug

Kaukauna American Legion Post 41 providing patriotic banners for city


Brian Roebke photo/Kaukauna American Legion post members with one of the 60 banners they purchased to be displayed in the fall on light poles in the city’s downtown. Left to Right: Jim Van De Hey, Mike Sele, Eugene Wentzel, Robert Kelly, Neal Borchert, Kevin Jokipii, Ron Arndt, Bruce Werschem, Tim Stuczynski.
American Legion Post 41, in cooperation with the City of Kaukauna, has developed a patriotic banner honoring our country and all veterans to be displayed in Kaukauna’s downtown district.
Wed
11
Aug

Combined Locks valuation increases by $44 million

In an initial discussion of the 2022 budget, Administrator Racquel Shampoo-Giese told the Combined Locks Village Board that with re-evaluation and new construction, especially in the business park, the village had $44 million added to its tax base.
Wed
11
Aug

Green Bay Diocese Catholic schools prepare for fall return with masks optional

Guidelines are in place for the start of the 2021-2022 school year in the Diocese of Green Bay. Like last year, all Catholic Schools will be open and providing in-person education for students. At this time, however, the wearing of masks will be at the discretion of the school or parent.
Wed
11
Aug

Buchanan board approves driveway installation

At a special meeting last week, the Buchanan Town Board approved the costs to redesign and install driveways at seven percent slope for the Creekview Land and Railroad Street project for an estimated $10,000 to $12,000.
Wed
11
Aug

Town of Holland discusses possibility of new town hall building

Could COVID-19 be the reason the Town of Holland finally replaces its century-old, antiquated town hall?
Treasurer Gloria Kennedy broached the subject at last week’s town board meeting, held at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown.

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