• RIVERSIDE DRIVE BICYCLE LANES MAINTAINED AFTER RECONSIDERATION By Tom Collins Reporter | In the end, the vote to remember was 5-2. That is the margin that preserved the Riverside Drive bicycle lane striping as it was originally proposed and approved in May. The majority of trustees voted not to accept a motion by Trustee Brian […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT MIDDLE EAST By Brian Roebke Editor | A teacher can ramble on and on about a subject and students may or may not get the message. Joe Krueger talks about foreign countries in his global studies classes, but he thinks it’s great to bring in speakers from those foreign countries. […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE DEFEATS BERLIN, 33-27 By Paul L. Frazer Special to the Times-Villager | In a game that featured a blocked punt, two interceptions, one fumble, two onside kick attempts and a roughing penalty that kept a fourth-quarter drive alive, the Little Chute Mustangs rode their ground attack and timely passing to prevail by a […]

  • KIMBERLY ADVANCES TO SOCCER’S SECTIONAL ROUND By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | The Kimberly soccer team had its back to the wall in a big way. A goal by Appleton North had put the Lightning ahead, 2-1, during the first half of the overtime period. The Papermakers were looking at the possibility of having […]

  • KIMBERLY CRUISES TO VICTORY OVER EVERGREENS By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | The Kimberly Papermakers were able to accomplish all of their goals during the regular-season football campaign. Kimberly went through the regular season undefeated and dominated conference play to win its second straight league championship. Although there are more goals to reach when […]

  • KIMBERLY AMERICAN LEGION POST HEARS FROM GRATEFUL FUTURE LEADERS By Tom Collins Reporter | Chelsey Barnes, Holleigh Graminske, Abigail Santos and Nick Rooyakkers made their presence known to members of the American Legion and Auxiliary Post 60 in Kimberly on Oct. 16. The Kimberly High School seniors were sponsored by the Legion members at this […]

  • GHOSTS END SEASON ON THREE-GAME WINNING STREAK By Brian Roebke Editor | APPLETON — While the Kaukauna football team didn’t achieve its goal of reaching the WIAA playoffs, the Ghosts ended the season about as happy as they could with a 34-7 win over Appleton West on Friday night at the Banta Bowl. The Ghosts […]

  • KAUKAUNA FACILITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMES IN ‘WELL BEYOND’ ESTIMATE By Brian Roebke Editor | The Kaukauna school board received some bad news Monday evening when they learned the cost to implement the district’s facility improvement plan is “well beyond” the $5-7 million originally estimated this summer. However, the project evolved during the process from a […]

  • EAGLE GRAPHICS OPENS KAUKAUNA RETAIL STORE By Brian Roebke Editor | After Eagle Graphics opened retail locations in Neenah and Kimberly, Kaukauna Ghost fans wanted one of their own. For a company known for its customer service, they delivered. “We feel our roots are in Kaukauna and we wanted to make that our signature store,” […]

  • KAUKAUNA PLAYER IS POWERFUL PUNCH FOR BOYS VOLLEYBALL TEAM By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | When people watch or play against Kaukauna’s boys volleyball standout Carter Belling for the first time, there are questions as they are impressed with both his playing and jumping abilities. Belling, who is a spiking machine although only 6-1, […]

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