• TAKE A (NEW) SEAT AT THE WRIGHTSTOWN LIBRARY By John Grones Editor| The Wrightstown Branch Library is now furnished with new furniture. A rededication and ribbon cutting ceremony took place last Monday for the reveal of the furniture upgrades and floor plan modifications. Brian Simons, executive director of the Brown County Library System, led the […]

  • KAUKAUNA ELKS FLAG DAY CEREMONY HELD IN SUNSHINE AT VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK By Tom Collins Reporter| The sun beamed through the recent rains and a gentle breeze from the northeast opened flags at the Kaukauna Veterans Memorial Park for a late afternoon ceremony on June 14. The event focused on various aspects of the flag […]

  • JOHNSON RESIGNS, WRIGHTSTOWN LOOKS FOR NEW ADMINISTRATOR By John Grones Editor| The Village of Wrightstown seeks a new leader after Steve Johnson submitted his letter to resign as the village’s administrator effective last Tuesday. Johnson was in the role since 2009. In a sitdown interview with Village President Dean Erickson and new Village Trustee Keith […]

  • HEALTH CONCERNS ABOUT STRAY FIRE PIT SMOKE EXPRESSED IN SHERWOOD By Tom Collins Reporter| The joys of gathering around a camp fire or a backyard pit on a quiet evening are something many northeastern Wisconsin residents look forward to enjoying. But there are concerns about the smoke those fires create. Kings Way resident and former […]

  • FRANK ADDS NEW TWIST TO ALUMNI RALLY Compiled by Brian Roebke Editor| The first multimedia presentation highlighted the 80th annual Kaukauna Alumni Foundation Rally Saturday at Van Abel’s of Hollandtown. This year’s rallymaster, Trevor Frank, included references to his youth and being raised by his parents, Don and Carol. A member of the graduating class […]

  • EXPERTS WORKING ON MILL STREET BRIDGE TO OVERCOME CREEPING By Tom Collins Reporter| It might sound like something in one of those late night T.V. infomercials that talk about dump cooking and various ailments and remedies but Little Chute’s new Mill Street Bridge has a case of creeping. The new bridge isn’t going anywhere and […]

  • CALUMET COUNTY 'SUNDAE' ON A DAIRY FARM IS SUNDAY By Brian Roebke Editor| If you want to take a Sunday drive through the country Sunday, you should consider attending the Calumet County “Sundae” on a Dairy Farm from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Brillion. The Dallmann family hosts the event at the East River […]

  • BOYEA GIVES GENEROUS DONATION TO MUELLER WRIGHT HOUSE PROJECT Greenleaf resident LuAnn Boyea donated $3,000 in memory of her husband, Thomas Boyea, to the Preserve Our Heritage restoration project at the Mueller-Wright House in Wrightstown. “Tom cared a lot and gave a lot to our community and it was truly an honor to make this […]

  • 'BYE BYE BIRDIE' COMES TO KAUKAUNA STAGE NEXT WEEK By Brian Roebke Editor| The Tony Award-winning stage musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” with a storyline inspired by the Elvis Presley craze, hits the stage at Kaukauna High School next week, put on by the Kaukauna Community Players. Show times are 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 23, […]

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