• WELL WORTH THE WAIT – WRIGHTSTOWN FINALLY ON TOP AGAIN By Dustin Riese Reporter| Even though Friday night’s NEC contest between Freedom and Wrightstown meant nothing as far as standings go, you wouldn’t have guessed it by the emotions in the gym. Both these teams are fierce rivals who love nothing more than knocking each […]

  • VILLAGE BOARD LOOKS AT POSSIBLE NEW LITTLE CHUTE LOGO CHOICES By Tom Collins Reporter| In a busy world likes ours, marketing and branding affect everything from a package of rubber bands to a major building. Often the logo, that combination of name and visual, is what many people remember about a business or place. First […]

  • MEREDITH LOOKING TO COMPETE INTERNATIONALLY IN FIGURE SKATING By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager| Kasey Meredith, Kaukauna High School senior, has passed 40 figure skating tests since she was in elementary school, but the most exciting one will not come until the end of March. At that time she will audition for her future […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE STUNS FREEDOM AS THEY SWEEP THE SEASON MATCHUPS By Dustin Riese Reporter| Tuesday night at Little Chute High School was exactly what every school rivalry game should be about. On one side you had the No. 4 ranked Freedom Irish who, with a win, would set themselves up with a first place matchup […]

  • ACADEMIC AND CAREER PLANNING IN FOCUS IN WRIGHTSTOWN SCHOOLS By Brian Roebke Editor| Director of Student Services Caroline Mihalski told members of the Wrightstown school board last week that efforts for students to plan their future are in place. The Academic and Career Planning program is a student-driven, adult-supported process that begins in sixth grade […]

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