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Wed
13
Oct

Citizens honored at Kaukauna Common Council for lifesaving effort

The meaning of life drew some special attention at the Tuesday, Oct. 5 edition of the Kaukauna Common Council meeting.
Wed
13
Oct

Harrison hires Graef to create five-year road repair plan

The Harrison Village Board approved a contract with Graef, the village’s engineering firm, to create a five-year road repair plan.
Wed
13
Oct

​​WisDOT holding meeting tonight regarding highway improvements in Sherwood area

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Northeast Region holds a virtual public construction update meeting to review project improvements and discuss upcoming construction details, traffic impacts, and business signing for the project to reconstruction Highway 55/Highway 114 through Sherwood.
Wed
13
Oct

Kimberly High School student dies following motorcycle crash


Anthony Douglas
A 17-year-old Kimberly High School senior, Anthony Douglas, lost his life on Monday, Oct. 4, after the motorcycle he was driving crashed on Buchanan Road near DeBruin Road in the Village of Combined Locks.
Wed
06
Oct

Human remains found at High Cliff State Park

The remains of an “older post adolescent male” were found on the grounds of High Cliff State Park on Wednesday. 
Sheriff Mark Wiegert says the remains are not associated with a Native American burial site that may be on the park grounds.
Wed
06
Oct

One Kaukauna elementary classroom goes virtual with 7 positive cases


Brian Roebke photo/Samantha Grimh and her kindergarten daughter thanked the Kaukauna school board for having a mask optional mitigation policy to start the school year.
Most people expected there would be problems this fall with the Kaukauna Area School District not mandating face coverings and the first major issue popped up at Electa Quinney School within the past two weeks.
Wed
06
Oct

Kimberly cuts ribbon for trail extension from CE Trail to Cedars Development

A key connection point in the Loop the Locks trail network officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony last week in the Village of Kimberly as well as a dedication for a trail shelter.
Thu
30
Sep

Kaukauna utilities commissioner honored with leadership award


Submitted photo/Utility Commissioner of Kaukauna Utilities John Moore (center) stands with WPPI Energy CEO Mike Peters (left), Carol Coutts (center left), Jon Coutts (center right), and WPPI Energy Board Chair Jeff Feldt (right).
Kaukauna Utilities, the community’s locally owned, not-for-profit municipal utility, participated in the WPPI Energy Annual Meeting on Sept. 16. The utility is a member-owner of WPPI Energy, a not-for-profit wholesale electricity provider and joint action agency.

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