• VIETNAM VETERAN ENJOYS HONOR FLIGHT EXPERIENCE By Tom Collins Reporter | Each August, the National Football League’s Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio honors a star performer from past decades. Sometimes it has been 40 years or more since the person played. They are often grateful they haven’t been forgotten. Wrightstown native and Vietnam veteran […]

  • TIGERS’ DEPTH, RUNNING GAME TOO MUCH FOR EAGLES By Terry Schaeuble For the Wrightstown Spirit | In splitting the first two non-conference games, the Wrightstown Tigers were outscored 27-0 in the second half. Wrightstown had eight players starting on both offense and defense. Head coach Matt Binsfeld and his varsity staff saw the third and […]

  • THE LAMBEAU LOO ADORNS THE HANSEN BACK YARD By Brian Roebke Editor | Most people rid themselves of their outhouses decades ago, but Joyce Hansen and Irene Hietpas recently built one in Hansen’s back yard. But the “Lambeau Loo” is just for fun, because they can’t rid themselves of the resident squatter, Reuben. About the […]

  • MAPLEVIEW STARTS SCHOOL YEAR ‘HAPPY’ By Brian Roebke Editor | Students may not have been happy that their summer was over, but educators at Mapleview Intermediate School in Kimberly wanted those students to be happy to be in school. And they want the school environment be good for everyone, so everyone is happy and ready […]

  • MUSTANGS RUN TO TOP HONORS By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | Little Chute’s boys cross country runners reached their goal at the seventh annual Irish Invitational Friday. The Mustangs topped the team standings with 76 points while Freedom placed second with 86 points. The boys who actually ran for the Mustangs, however, weren’t the […]

  • PAPERMAKERS REMAIN UNDEFEATED By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor Opponents must have a tough time figuring out what to stop when they face Kimberly’s explosive offensive attack. For example, the Papermakers had five different players score touchdowns in the first half against Wausau East Friday. The Papermakers accounted for 42 first-half points and defeated Wausau […]

  • KAUKAUNA SOCCER TEAM KEEPS IMPROVING By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | Kaukauna soccer coach Dale Antoine was frustrated after Tuesday night’s home match against Ashwaubenon, but the coach also pointed out how the program is moving forward. After outplaying the Jaguars Tuesday, the match ended in a 2-2 tie. Antoine noted it was the […]

  • KAUKAUNA FOOTBALL TEAM SUFFERS TOUGH LOSS By Travis Tiedt Special to the Times-Villager | At the end of every season, teams reflect on what could have been, what would have been and what should have been. When this season concludes, this game will be a “what should have been” for the Kaukauna Ghosts’ football team […]

  • COMMITTEE REPORTS TOP LIGHT LITTLE CHUTE VILLAGE BOARD AGENDA By Tom Collins Reporter | It’s a rare night when a police department swearing in ceremony, the 20th anniversary of the Gerard Van Hoof Public Library and the appearance in the area of the emerald ash borer offer the most important news from the Little Chute […]

  • ANTOINE TRAVELS THE COUNTRY FOR DRUM CORPS INTERNATIONAL By Brian Roebke Editor | Insurance man by day, soccer coach by night, and event manager by summer. That’s Dale Antoine of Kaukauna, who is one of two people that run drum and bugle corps competitions nationwide for Drum Corps International in the summer. Antoine is the […]

Kaukauna’s City-wide Rummage Sale

Kaukauna's City-wide Rummage Sale will be Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Click for the map and addresses list.

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