• WRIGHTSTOWN, GREENLEAF FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVE GRANTS FROM WPS FOUNDATION The Wisconsin Public Service Foundation awarded $2,000 grants to both the Wrightstown Fire Department and Greenleaf Fire Department. Wrightstown is using the money for replacement of ice rescue suits and Greenleaf is replacing smooth bore hose nozzles. The Wisconsin Public Service Foundation has awarded $50,000 to […]

  • TIGERS VOLLEYBALL GOES 3-1 AT INVITE The Wrightstown girls volleyball team went 3-1 at the New Holstein Invitational on Saturday. The Tigers beat Kohler 25-11 and 25-10, North Fond du Lac 25-22 and 25-16, and Hilbert 25-23 and 27-25, before falling to New Holstein 25-20 and 26-24. Stat leaders were Danielle Nennig with 28 kills […]

  • TIGERS FALL TO CONFERENCE-LEADER LUXEMBURG-CASCO Face with a daunting task of taking on the conference leaders on their home turf, the Wrightstown varsity football team fell to the Luxemburg-Casco Spartans 41-0 on Friday night. The biggest difference, literally, was the Spartan’s size up front. “It wasn’t only their size, but their big offensive linemen were […]

  • NESTLE NAMED AS CLIENT OF NEW LITTLE CHUTE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE By Tom Collins Reporter| The answer to who wants a 300,000-square foot cold storage warehouse in Little Chute now has been officially revealed. The $46,700,000 facility is on a par with facilities in Chicago, Indianapolis, Denver, and Boston. At the Sept. 21 village board […]

  • LEMKE WORKING TO FILL NICOLET SCHOOL IN KAUKAUNA By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager| It was a match for W.O.R.C.S. and the Kaukauna school district when the company came to an agreement on purchasing Nicolet School. W.O.R.C.S. was looking for office space and the school district was faced with tearing down the 1891 building […]

  • KIMBERLY PARK RENOVATIONS PROGRESSING By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager| The Memorial Park Pond and Sunset Park baseball field renovations are progressing, according to a report from Street Commissioner Dave Vanden Heuvel at this week’s Kimberly Village Board meeting. The construction crew is connecting the storm water sewer to the Maes Street sewer and […]

  • KAUKAUNA TO ADD SPECIAL SIGNALS FOR CE CROSSING AT HIGH SCHOOL By Tom Collins Reporter| Kaukauna officials are taking an extra measure of safety by installing a flashing signal alerting drivers to pedestrians at the high school’s CE crosswalk. The flashing signals were unanimously approved by the public protection and safety committee. The signals are […]

  • DEBRUIN WORKS OUT ELEMENTARY STUDENTS Beau De Bruin and Yo DJ were at Little Chute Elementary School Tuesday to put all students through a work out during their lunch recess times. The event was in preparation for next week’s Mustang Walkers Path, when students walk around Legion Park and get rewards for the number of […]

  • COMBINED LOCKS LOOKING FOR FLAG SETTERS By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager| Those United States flags motorists see along both sides of Wallace Street and on the Combined Locks side of Highway N on patriotic holidays are the work of numerous volunteers from the village. The project started many years ago when the Veterans […]

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