• KEYZERS LEADS MUSTANGS TO WIN IN PENULTIMATE TUNEUP By Doug Kroll For the Times-Villager | When Little Chute sophomore Tess Keyzers gets on a roll, sit back and enjoy the show.  To think she has two more years to improve her skills, one can only wonder just how good she may become.  In a season […]

  • MULHOLLAND, WEINZETL ADVANCE TO STATE FOR KIMBERLY By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | The Papermakers will send two wrestlers to Madison for individual state this weekend as juniors Blair Mulholland (182) and Jordan Weinzetl (132) finished in the top two of their respective weight classes at sectionals Saturday in Kaukauna. Mulholland was the sectional champion […]

  • EIGHT TO STATE: GHOSTS SEND EIGHT WRESTLERS TO MADISON By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | The Ghosts will send eight wrestlers to the WIAA Individual Wrestling Championship Tournament this weekend as Trent Leon (120), Zach Lee (126), Tres Leon (132), Robert Lee (138), Drew Krepline (145), Bailey VanHandel (152), Zach Shukoski (170) and Keaton Kluever […]

  • SEVERAL HISTORICAL VEHICLE MAKERS LIE WITHIN DAY TRIP RADIUS OF OUR AREA By Tom Collins Reporter | In the first installment, we noted some of the former vehicle making plants in a short drive from the Heart of the Valley, primarily in Appleton and Menasha. It’s not surprising that more can be found in a […]

  • MARDI GRAS COMES TO KAUKAUNA Kaukauna High School’s French Club and Diversity Club joined together for the first-ever Mardi Gras Extravaganza on Monday evening in the KHS commons. Guests tried traditional Mardi Gras foods, including jambalaya, crab cakes, and beignets. People could get a slice of King cake and look for the charm inside.  . […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE HOLDS REVISED ACADEMIC AWARDS BRUNCH By Brian Roebke Editor | Principal Dan Valentyn presided over Little Chute High School’s revised academic awards brunch on Friday morning. This was the first brunch following a change in the system of awards. “The old system just didn’t work very well with the hybrid schedule with the […]

  • KAUKAUNA BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS SEES SECOND STAGE OF NEW CITY HALL PLANS By Tom Collins Reporter | The vision of the potential new Kaukauna administration building became clearer at Monday's meeting of the Kaukauna Board of Public Works thanks to a new iteration of plans for the complex. City Engineer and Public Works Director […]

  • JUMP ROPE FOR HEART HAS VAST IMPACT ON HEART DISEASE By Brian Roebke Editor | Little Chute Elementary School held its annual Jump Rope for Heart event this week and collected almost $4,000.  It’s one of the many Jump Rope for Heart activities run across the country at this time of year. At Little Chute, […]

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