• WINDMILL DRAWING VISITORS FROM FAR AND WIDE By Brian Roebke Editor | While the Little Chute Windmill officially opened on Saturday, plenty of people have already been inside the windmill for tours. The windmill was open at Kermis in the fall and there have been tours including small groups like St. John High School class […]

  • WILDFIRE STUDENTS BURN AND LEARN By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | There is smoke. There is fire. It is all under control. Students in the Wildland Firefighter program at Fox Valley Technical College methodically and safely performed prescribed burns on all Garners Creek Storm Water Utility detention ponds, except Emerald Pond, during the […]

  • TANNER STUDENTS CELEBRATE LEARNING AND GROWING WITH CONCERT Students in 4K, 5K, and first grade from Tanner Early Learning Center in Kaukauna celebrated a year of learning and growing with a special concert at Kaukauna High School last week. Students celebrated with Tom Pease and Stuart Stotts, well-known Wisconsin singers and songwriters. Pease and Stotts […]

  • SHERWOOD VILLAGE BOARD DISCUSSES SOME SPECIAL SESSIONS By Tom Collins Reporter | Sherwood Village Board members will join some of their committees in scheduling some extra work in the coming weeks. Board members will be immersed in a sea of their own municipal codes and ordinances as they perform a review of the thick book […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE STUDENTS CELEBRATE THEMSELVES By Brian Roebke Editor | As the world continues to celebrate diversity and differences in people, so does Little Chute High School, which held “Celebrate Yourself Week” over the course of this past week. The Diversity Club runs the event with direction from advisers Ashley Schmalz and Kevin Pratt and […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE OPENS ITS WINDMILL By Brian Roebke Editor | The windmill is finally open for business. The Little Chute Windmill Committee and village of Little Chute held a joint ceremony to mark the opening of the windmill and addition to the village hall Saturday on Windmill Plaza. Many, many years of work went into […]

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