Times-Villager | Wrightstown Area Spirit

  • ST. CLARE YOUTH SHARE STORIES OF YOUTH CONFERENCE By Tara Glaff Mager For the Wrightstown Spirit | Back in July, 103 members from local Catholic churches attended the Steubenville Atlanta Catholic Youth Conference in Georgia and 43 of those came from the Wrightstown area’s St. Clare Parish. The cost was $600 per person and it […]

  • CEMETERY WALK OFFERS REFLECTIONS ON FORMER SNYDERVILLE RESIDENTS By Tom Collins Reporter | Cemetery walks are much like modern Facebook pages and similar social pages, the video and DVD memories of recent generations or sitting down with photo albums and home movies for a bit older generation. They attempt to capture the memories of the […]

  • UTILITY COMMISSION CONCEPT TAKES ANOTHER STEP TOWARD REALITY IN LITTLE CHUTE By Tom Collins Reporter | The possibility of a utility commission, essentially adding tasks to the already existing water commission, took another step forward at the Little Chute Village Board’s Committee of the Whole meeting on Aug. 13. “What we’re looking for essentially in […]

  • TOT LOT CARNIVAL ENDS SUMMER WITH SMILES By Brian Roebke Editor | Growing up is a lot different nowadays than it was decades ago. Children seem to grow up faster than they did decades ago and there is an added emphasis on technology and learning. One tradition in the Village of Little Chute that hasn’t […]

  • PCCS CELEBRATES ANOTHER NEED AWARD By Brian Roebke Editor | Park Community Charter School received the National Energy Education Development state school of the year award once again, and several teachers from the school attended this week’s board of education meeting this week along with Principal Ken Kortens. Kortens noted this is a school-wide award […]

  • NEW SHERWOOD PARK NAMED FOR IMPORTANT NATIVE AMERICAN LEADER By Tom Collins Reporter | Hearing the two names Wanick Choute for the first time, one might think they were a pair of land owners, a former vaudeville dance team or, like many communities in our area, a name derived from some conglomeration of Native American, […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE LED BY NEW SOCCER COACH By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | New head coach Patrick Van Camp is looking for a successful first season leading Little Chute’s soccer program. “Our main strength is that we play a possession style of game,” Van Camp said. “I feel we can possess with the ball […]

  • KIMBERLY SHOOTS FOR AWARD-WINNING GOLF SEASON By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | A season after placing second at the conference tournament, the Kimberly girls golf program looks to build on that success this year. The Papermakers return their top six golfers from a season ago and have a turnout of 16 players. “There are […]

  • KIMBERLY RECEIVES $25,000 TREE GRANT FROM RAILROAD By Brian Roebke Editor | The village of Kimberly’s tree cover took a significant hit just over a year ago when a tornado ripped through the area. The central area of the village was devastated when the tornadoes took down hundreds of trees and damaged hundreds of others. […]

  • KAUKAUNA LOOKS FOR GOOD GOLF SEASON By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | Kaukauna’s girls golf season starts with a new coach and the return of its top performer from a season ago. When Kyle Schleis became the school district’s new activities director, he resigned from the golf coach position. Andy Benson was then approached […]

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