• LITTLE CHUTE TEAM FEATURE GOOD ATTITUDE By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | New Little Chute girls volleyball coach Stephanie Ferrato knows how to win, and she feels the Little Chute Mustangs have what it takes to enjoy a very successful season in 2014. “These girls have a lot of potential,” Ferrato said during a […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE HIGH SCHOOL STAFF DOES ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE By Brian Roebke Editor | The Little Chute High School staff was challenged to do the ice bucket challenge by the Jane Van Den Heuvel family and friends, otherwise known as “Jane’s Lucky Charms,” and Principal Dan Valentyn led off the challenge on Tuesday. He challenged […]

  • MUSTANGS WIN BIG IN OPENER By Paul L. Frazer For the Times-Villager | Little Chute Mustangs, led by second-year Coach Brian Ryczkowski and his staff, sprinted onto the Clintonville Public Schools football field in a slight mist and ominous looking skies Friday. The weather never bothered the Mustangs as they put a 42-6 pasting on […]

  • PAPERMAKERS PLAN TO CONTEND By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | With four returning starters from last year’s regional championship team, Kimberly’s volleyball program is anticipated to be one of the best in the area again this time around. “It was an overall solid season,” Kimberly Coach Jeff Nieuwenhuis said of 2013. “We were real […]

  • KIMBERLY WINS OPENER AGAINST OSHKOSH NORTH By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | With a defensive effort that held its opponent to less than five total yards in the first half, Kimberly rolled to a 42-6 season-opening victory over Oshkosh North Friday. The strong defensive performance, along with a big-play offensive attack, led the Papermakers […]

  • YOUNG GHOSTS LOOK TO COMPETE By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | With a young and talented group, Kaukauna’s girls volleyball players are excited to open the 2014 campaign. The Ghosts travel to Watertown to face several Division I powerhouses Tuesday. “I’m really looking forward for the season to start,” Kaukauna Coach Guy DeShaney said […]

  • GHOSTS CAN’T KEEP ROCKETS GROUNDED By Travis Tiedt For the Times-Villager | The leaves are changing colors, the sun is setting earlier and stadium lights shine bright, can you believe it is football season? Time is flying and these next nine weeks will be here and gone before we know it. Week one brought a […]

  • FOLKS CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF SERVICE TO LIBRARIES By Brian Roebke Editor | A folksy group of volunteers has made a big difference over the past 10 years of service to the James J. Siebers Memorial Library in Kimberly and the Gerard H. Van Hoof Library in Little Chute. The FOLKS, which acts as a […]

  • DOWNTOWN KWIK TRIP STORE GETS FINAL APPROVAL FROM CITY COUNCIL By Brian Roebke Editor | Construction begins soon on two Kwik Trip stores in Kaukauna following the unanimous approval of five resolutions on Tuesday evening by the Kaukauna Common Council. The approval comes after several months of discussion about the layout of the site and […]

  • COMBINED LOCKS DEALS WITH KIMBERLY HIGH SCHOOL PARKING SHORTAGE By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | Frustration and anger were expressed at student parking on streets within the Wallace plat north of Kimberly High School when the Combined Locks Village Board met this week Mike Rietveld, Kimberly Area School District principal, told the trustees […]

Kaukauna’s City-wide Rummage Sale

Kaukauna's City-wide Rummage Sale will be Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Map will be posted here on Sept. 10.

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