• KAUKAUNA TENNIS TEAM IS FRIENDLY COMBINATION By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | When you are in high school, you never know what adventure your best friend might get you into. For Kaukauna High School’s Liz Elrick and Alyssa Heid, their adventure led them to the tennis court. After losing interest in volleyball, the best […]

  • VAN GRINSVEN TAKES SUMMER TRIP TO KOSOVO THROUGH ROTC By Brian Roebke Editor | Most college students take a job over the summer. Some get a cushy job at a swimming pool, others get a sweaty job in a mill. Jeffrey Van Grinsven of Kimberly took a little trip to Kosovo. A St. Norbert College […]

  • STREET ASSESSMENT ALTERNATIVES DISCUSSION DOMINATES LITTLE CHUTE MEETING By Tom Collins Reporter | The Little Chute Village Board’s Sept. 24 meeting could have been sponsored by a local quarry. That’s because the dominant theme that came from the meeting was all about rocks and hard places. The meeting opened with a long discussion, including numerous […]

  • SCHMIDT, MOSENG TRAVEL TO WASHINGTO, D.C. FOR HOSA CONFERENCE By Brian Roebke Editor | Kaukauna High School senior Mikayla Schmidt and family and consumer education teacher Laurie Moseng were tired on Wednesday morning at school, but there was a good reason. The pair returned Tuesday night from four busy days in Washington, D.C. at the […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE STUMBLES AGAINST FREEDOM By Paul L. Frazer Special to the Times-Villager | In a contest that could have gone either way, the Little Chute Mustangs could not withstand the defensive barrage that the Freedom Irish unleashed at the Freedom Football Field on Friday. The Mustangs have relied on their offensive attack all year […]

  • KIMBERLY EDGE KAUKAUNA IN SOCCER By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | Kaukauna soccer coach Dale Antoine saw what the Ghosts were capable of during their match against Kimberly Tuesday night. Kaukauna put together an outstanding defensive effort to lose by only a 2-0 margin against conference power Kimberly. “I was extremely pleased,” Antoine said […]

  • KIMBERLY WINS CONFERENCE GOLF TITLE By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | A year after suffering a heartbreaking result at the conference golf tournament, Kimberly’s girls made sure there were no questions at the Fox Valley Association’s event held at Wander Springs Saturday. The Papermakers simply dominated by shooting a team score of 348, far […]

  • KIMBERLY FIGHTS OFF APPLETON NORTH By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | It was a night of overcoming for Kimberly’s football team when the Papermakers traveled to Appleton North Friday. The Papermakers needed to overcome Appleton North’s fired-up homecoming fans including alumni celebrating the school’s 20th anniversary. Kimberly needed to overcome seeing its star tailback, […]

  • KAUKAUNA SOCCER PROGRAM OBSERVES CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH By Brian Roebke Editor | September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and the Kaukauna High School soccer program marked that occasion again this year to support Michael’s Ray of Hope Foundation when they hosted Kimberly on Tuesday evening. Formed to remember Kaukauna High School alumnus Michael Ederer, […]

  • KAUKAUNA ATHLETIC FACILITIES PLAN EXPANDS ITS SCOPE By Brian Roebke Editor | The proposed athletic facilities improvement plan at Kaukauna High School has evolved from the initial conceptual design to a more detailed and complex long-term plan. The highlights of the plan by the firms Keller and Point of Beginning are moving the large indoor […]

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