• WRIGHTSTOWN SENDS SIX WRESTLERS TO SECTIONAL COMPETITION By Brian Roebke Editor| DENMARK — ABC Sports popularized the saying, “The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat,” during the long-running sports anthology show from the 1960s through the 1990s. That saying is very appropriate to describe the WIAA Division 2 sectional wrestling meet held Saturday […]

  • WRIGHTSTOWN HOSTS NEC FORENSICS MEET Wrightstown High School hosted the North Eastern Conference forensics tournament on Monday, Feb. 6. The tournament was the second competition of the year for the team. Overall, Wrightstown finished second to Waupaca in the nine school tournament by a narrow 254-266 margin. Top performers for the evening included Conner Fox, […]

  • TRUSTEES HEAR POSITIVE RESULTS REGARDING VILLAGE ENGINEERING IN LITTLE CHUTE By Tom Collins Reporter| A vision to do more engineering in house that was originally proposed and approved at least five years ago seems to be producing expected positive results and dollar savings for the Village of Little Chute. Village Engineer Chris Murawski introduced new […]

  • KIMBERLY BOYS DOMINATE KAUKAUNA By Brian Roebke Editor| There were no “overrated” chants Tuesday evening at Kimberly High School. The state’s Division 1, No. 2 ranked Papermakers hosted the defending WIAA Division 2 state champions from Kaukauna following a three-point Kimberly win in early January. The rematch was nothing like the first meeting, with Kimberly […]

  • KAUKAUNA SEEKS TO IMPROVE AND EXPAND CITY TRAILS IN A PAIR OF PHASES By Tom Collins Reporter| If plans, grants and timing all works in harmony, it will be easier for Kaukauna area residents and visitors to walk, run and use bicycles to get around the city using trails. One particular phase of the two-pronged […]

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