• 'FANCY NANCY' SHOW TEACHES MANY VALUABLE LESSONS FOR ACTORS ON LOCAL KIMBERLY STAGE By Brian Roebke Editor | Papermaker Players Family Theatre wants to not only involve people from around the community in making a show, but also entertain and send the audience home with a message. Holding the show, “Fancy Nancy” this weekend gives […]

  • VERBETEN HONORED FOR STELLAR COACHING CAREER By Dennis Wilson For the Wrightstown Spirit | There isn’t a lot about prep wrestling that Bill Verbeten doesn’t know or hasn’t seen in his 45 years as a coach. He has been a part of three state champion teams at Wrightstown High School, has coached nine individual state […]

  • TIGERS GIRLS HOOPS BEAT LITTLE CHUTE By John Grones Editor | The last time the Wrightstown girls basketball team played Little Chute, the game was lopsided. This time the Mustangs brought more hustle and intensity, but the Tigers held them off for a 60-47 victory on Friday in North Eastern Conference action in Wrightstown.  . […]

  • SHERWOOD OFFICIALS TO HEAR UPDATE ON FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANS By Tom Collins Reporter | A February meeting between Harrison Fire Department Chief Kevin Kloehn, Sherwood Village Administrator Randy Friday, and Village President Jim Rath is expected to precede a full report to the village board later in the month. The Feb. 15 meeting among the […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE SCHOOL DISTRICT BRINGS IN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CONSULTANT By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | Children being taught by Anne Beninghoff are not tagged with multiple letter abbreviations of their learning disabilities. …. A special education teacher with more than 30 years of experience, Beninghoff has become an advocate for inclusion in the […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE ELEMENTARY HOSTS CULTURE FAIR Every year during the social studies culture unit at Little Chute Elementary School, each third grade classroom transforms their classroom into one of a few different countries.  This experience helps students become culturally diverse learners and is something that students remember forever. Students are responsible for teaching the rest […]

  • LIFE FORCE HOLDS HEALTH FAIR FOR JRG STUDENTS Kimberly High School students who know the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and tobacco helped spread the message of the dangers of those products during the annual health fair on Jan. 22 at JR Gerritts Middle School. Those students are members of Life Force, a group dedicated to […]

  • KAUKAUNA FD BATTLES STRUCTURE FIRE The Kaukauna Fire Department was called for a structure fire at 400 Depot St. at 11:01 a.m. on Thursday.  Upon arrival, an interior attack was started but the fire pushed firefighters to a defensive attack due to conditions of the fire.  . . . . . . . . . […]

  • DETAILS ABOUT THE NEW WRIGHTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK FACILITY Conducted by John Grones Editor | The Wrightstown Area Spirit asked Wrightstown Community School District staff members Erin Adams (activities director), Russ Bowers (building and grounds director, Steve Elsner (business official), and Carla Buboltz (district administrator)questions regarding the construction of a new track and field facility […]

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