• SHERWOOD VILLAGE BOARD REVIEWS WANICK PARK'S FIRST FULL SEASON By Tom Collins Reporter | Anyone who follows the Packers or other NFL teams probably knows the process of self review and a thorough season ending evaluation are both elements of the improvement process.  At the Sept. 28 meeting, Parks, recreation and urban tree board chair […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE TRUSTEES TO LOOK AT LONE EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE OPTION By Tom Collins Reporter | Observing the Little Chute village board’s Sept. 30 meeting reminded one of being on the bus with those seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time.  Despite great pains to regarding safe viewing points, a sense of the immensity […]

  • HYDRO PARK: FROM RAILROAD TO URBAN PARK By Brian Roebke Editor | The City of Kaukauna and Kaukauna Utilities celebrate construction of Hydro Park next week, the end of a process that began two decades ago. The park’s roots go back to when the property was an ugly railroad yard that the railroad later determined […]

  • HENDERSON SENDS MESSAGE OF HARD WORK TO WOODLAND STUDENTS By Brian Roebke Editor | William Henderson had a nice, long career in the National Football League, received a great education at the University of North Carolina and made a lot money during his time in Green Bay. Things weren’t always so rosy for the New […]

  • GET FIT LITTLE CHUTE Beau DeBruin, owner of Big Impact Fitness, visited Little Chute Elementary School on Tuesday morning to speak at an assembly for the entire student body to present a fitness message.  He was joined by Wisconsin Timber Rattlers mascot Fang and Yo Dj. . . . . . . . . . […]

  • BABY BOOM BIRTHED BAYORGEON FIELD By Brian Roebke Editor | Editor’s note: With the last varsity football game being played Friday night at Doty Bayorgeon Field in Kaukauna, we look back at the field’s beginnings and the man who the area was named for. Kaukauna High School will play its games at the new Bank […]

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