• LITTLE CHUTE GIRLS WIN ON ROAD AGAINST NO. 1 TEAM IN D3 By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | The Little Chute girls went on the road Tuesday night and beat the No. 1 team in the state in Division 3. The Mustangs (2-1) knocked off undefeated Xavier by five, 45-40, at Torchy Clark Gym in […]

  • IRISH HOLD OFF LATE CHARGE TO DEFEAT MUSTANGS By Doug Kroll For the Times-Villager | The Little Chute Mustangs boys’ basketball team may have gotten a late start to early-season conditioning with the school’s run to the state football championship game last month, but it hasn’t slowed its players from staying competitive.   To read […]

  • PAPERMAKERS BEAT THREE STRAIGHT TOP 10 TEAMS TO START SEASON By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | The Kimberly boys have completed one of the toughest opening stretches to start a season that a team has possibly ever seen. With victories over Oshkosh North and De Pere, then ranked Nos. 7 and 5 in the state, […]

  • GHOSTS EARN FIVE PINS ON WAY TO HOME ROUT OF POLAR BEARS By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | The Ghosts defeated Hortonville 56-6 in a Fox Valley Association home dual on Thursday to move to 2-0 in conference on the season. Kaukauna lost just two matches in the dual and pinned their opponents in five […]

  • STEM YOUTH APPRENTICES WOW SCHOOL BOARD By Brian Roebke Editor | Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math youth apprentice students at Kaukauna High School spoke to the school board last week about their experiences in the program that is getting them ready for high-level jobs in industry. Nels Lawrence, technology education teacher at KHS, told the […]

  • ST. PAUL ELDER SERVICES UNDERTAKING MASSIVE REMODELING/EXPANSION By Brian Roebke Editor | Big things are happening at St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna. The massive campus that serves aging individuals through specialized programs and facilities is growing and remodeling those facilities. The rehabilitation rooms that are currently at The Recovery Inn in Appleton are being […]

  • SHERWOOD’S 2014 SPRING HILL DRIVE PAVING CLARIFIED BY VILLAGE ENGINEER By Tom Collins Reporter | On a night when the Green Bay Packers, the college football playoffs and bowl games along with proceedings of baseball’s winter meetings all were in the spotlight, it was appropriate that Sherwood officially put something of its own in the […]

  • RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE DONATION TAKES ON SPECIAL MEANING AT TANNER SCHOOL By Brian Roebke Editor | When Burke Roth was born four years ago, he had a heart defect that he needed to have repaired. His parents, Jenny and Ryan Roth, took him to Milwaukee three months later where they stayed at the Ronald McDonald […]

  • LOL LOTS OF LAUGHS AT ANN HAMMEN CHRISTMAS PARTY By Brian Roebke Editor | For 60 years, the Hammen girls of Little Chute have been having a blast at Christmas time at their for-ladies-only Christmas party. This year’s version of the party was held Tuesday evening at the Mariner in Kaukauna, complete with a dinner, […]

  • FEEDING AMERICA GETS CASH FROM JANSSEN SCHOOL By Brian Roebke Editor | Pennies can add up in a hurry when a lot of people are working together to collect the coins of increasingly little value. Students at Janssen Elementary School in Combined Locks recently held a penny war that raised $574.14 for the Feeding America […]

Special Announcements