• WRIGHTSTOWN BOARD HEARS INITIAL RV AND TRAILER EXEMPTION REQUESTS By Tom Collins Staff Writer| One of the important early tests regarding the new Wrightstown RV and trailer ordinance was taken at the Aug. 16 village board meeting. Two requests for exemptions under the ordinance were heard by trustees. Appropriately, the first two applicants were people […]

  • WILLOW HEART OPENING NEW RESIDENTIAL FACILITY By Brian Roebke Editor| Willow Heart Respite and Day Care Center in Little Chute has a mission to improve the lives of people both living with disabilities and their families. One of those ways is by offering residential living, and this week they held an open house for their […]

  • NEXT PHASE OF LITTLE CHUTE CROSSWINDS DEVELOPMENT MOVES FORWARD SOONER THAN EXPECTED By Tom Collins Reporter| The energy surrounding construction of new homes and multi-family dwellings is expected to continue uninterrupted in the fast-growing northwest side of Little Chute. What is called the Crosswinds Phase II development is expected to focus on single family homes. […]

  • MISSING KAUKAUNA ORDINANCE SEGMENT ON POOL FENCING REINSTATED By Tom Collins Reporter| An unexplained omission in the city’s current ordinance list was rectified by the Kaukauna public protection and safety committee at their Monday evening meeting. For residents, it means fencing in-ground and certain above-ground swimming pools as well as ponds designated for swimming or […]

  • LANDAICHES COLLECTING DONATIONS TO HELP FLOOD VICTIMS Nicole (Deltour) from Kaukauna and her husband Luke Landaiche are reaching out, looking for help for the victims of last week’s flooding in Baton Rouge, La., that suffered through more than 2½ feet of rain, one of America’s largest weather disasters in recent years. Luke is from Baton […]

  • KIMBERLY BREAKS GROUND FOR 'THE CEDARS AT KIMBERLY' By Brian Roebke Editor| Thursday was a huge step in the redevelopment process for the former Kimberly paper mill site, with the village holding a groundbreaking ceremony with Stadtmueller and Associates and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation in sweltering hot conditions. With earth movers moving ground from […]

  • KAUKAUNA PUTS TRIANGLE PROPERTY ON MARKET By Tom Collins, Reporter| and Brian Roebke, Editor| After a 55-minute closed session Monday evening, the Kaukauna Board of Public Works voted unanimously to put 90 acres of property often called the “KK land triangle” on the market. The city purchased the property from Highline Development several years ago […]

  • GAMES SLIPS AWAY IN TIGERS LOSS TO LITTLE CHUTE By John Grones Editor| A tale of two halves is what the Tiger Nation saw on Friday night after the Wrightstown football team traveled to Little Chute to take on the Mustangs in North Eastern Conference action on Friday. The Tigers jumped out to an 18-7 […]

  • BOYS SOCCER LOOKING TO MAKE NOISE By John Grones Editor| As co-head coaches Scott Thompson and Aaron Hutton head into their fourth season at the helm of Wrightstown boys soccer, they bring to the program something it lacked before their tenure. With today’s seniors having one set of coaches, and one system, providing consistency and […]

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