• SERVAIS COMPETES AT FBLA NATIONAL COMPETITION By John Grones Editor | Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, the largest and oldest student business organization with more than 250,000 members, held their National Leadership Conference in Nashville on June 29–July 2. More than 10,000 conference participants from around the country and the world were in […]

  • WHS CLASS OF 1964 STILL CONNECTED AFTER ALL THESE YEARS By John Grones Editor | Most of the time when years pass since the good ole high school days, relationships and connections slowly fade away. Not for the members of the Wrightstown High School Class of 1964. They met for their 50th class reunion on […]

  • VANDER LOOPS ENJOY WATCHING GRANDSON PLAY SHORTSTOP By Brian Roebke Editor | Roger and Delores Vander Loop have been going to Kaukauna baseball games for the past six years to see their grandson start at shortstop for the high school and American Legion games. No, their grandson is not a super duper senior, but two […]

  • VANDER LOOP WINS TIP TO MLB ALL-STAR GAME AS ALL-STAR TEACHER By Brian Roebke Editor | Eric Vander Loop has touched a lot of lives in his 15-year teaching career in the Kimberly Area School District and he’s being rewarded for being an All-Star Teacher by Target, People, and Major League Baseball. Vander Loop will […]

  • VALENTYN PREPARING FOR THE PRIESTHOOD IN ROME By Tom Collins Reporter | If all goes well in the next two years, a Little Chute graduate student now studying in Rome will be ordained to the priesthood. That event is scheduled to occur in the spring of 2016. Recently, Scott Valentyn, son of Debbie and Dan […]

  • TIMES-VILLAGER SCHOLARSHIP WINNER WANTS TO HELP PEOPLE By Brian Roebke Editor | High school students are sometimes accused of being self-centered and only worried about themselves. Not Mat Clark, who graduated from Kimberly High School in June and is the winner of a $750 scholarship from the Times-Villager. Clark has shown leadership skills since being a […]

  • SUCESS BREEDS SUCCESS By Greg Bates For the Times-Villager | As the Kimberly softball team was taking it to Germantown in the state semifinals June 13, two Germantown fans could be overheard talking “It’s ‘Kimberly University,’ you know,” one fan said to another. Although it’s not actually Kimberly University, that parent might not be too […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE ASKED TO ASSIST KAUKAUNA BRIDGE NEEDS BY POSSIBLY FOREGOING ROAD GRANT By Tom Collins Reporter | An unusual request from the Wisconsin Department of Trans-portation meant the Kaukauna Veterans Memorial Bridge dominated the July 9 meeting of the Little Chute Village Board’s Committee of the Whole. By the time you read this story, […]

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