• RIVERSIDE PARK BASEBALL FIELD TO GET LIGHTS By Brian Roebke Editor | Children have been playing baseball at Riverside Park in Kaukauna for years, but like Wrigley Field in Chicago until 1988, only in the daytime. John Lambie Field will have its own day in history in 2015 when teams play under the lights for […]

  • QUINNEY GETS FAMILIES INVOLVED IN PBIS By Brian Roebke Editor | PBIS is a school program that shows students the way to carry themselves and treat others, with rewards supporting that behavior. Held Thursday evening, the Quinney Quest family event gave those families the opportunity to learn more about PBIS, this year’s theme of “EQ […]

  • PROGRESS BEING MADE ON LITTLE CHUTE LOCK HOUSE By Brian Roebke Editor | The dream of reopening the Little Chute lock house is getting closer to reality and volunteers are making it happen. Six people were at the house last weekend, nine the week before, and two or three people have been at the house […]

  • PARENTS TRYING TO TURN ‘HAVEN OF HOPE’ INTO ‘A VERY SPECIAL PLACE’ By Greg Bates Special to the Times-Villager | Lisa Schneider was trying to have a relaxing vacation. She was just boarding a boat in Bayfield, to tour the Apostle Islands when she got a disturbing message: the adult day care her 24-year-old daughter […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE VILLAGE BOARD TO DISCUSS BIKE LANES ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE AGAIN By Tom Collins Reporter | With just a relatively short time until the paint application is scheduled for Riverside Drive’s planned new bicycle lanes, Trustee Larry Van Lankvelt has asked to reopen the discussion of the bicycle lanes. While no formal vote was […]

  • HARD WORK PAYS OFF FOR LITTLE CHUTE RUNNER By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | Hard training has allowed Little Chute’s Luke Sampson to reach his goals so far this cross country season. But the junior said there is more work to complete and more goals to reach yet this campaign. After being a JV […]

  • KIMBERLY’S FOOTBALL TEAM REMAINS UNDEFEATED By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | During the last two weeks, Kimberly has defeated its rival Appleton North and won its homecoming game against Wausau West. A letdown against Appleton West on Friday was a concern. The Papermakers, however, weren’t thinking that way. Kimberly scored on its first play […]

  • KAUKAUNA WINS HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME By Travis Tiedt Special to the Times-Villager | Homecoming week is the greatest week of the high school football season. Students raise the roof all week with the amount of team spirit and energy throughout the school.  From the spirit stick competition to the powder puff game and themed dress-up […]

  • GOLFERS QUALIFY FOR STATE TOURNAMENT   By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | After months of practice, it came down to one hole to determine whether the golf team from Kimberly or Kaukauna was going to qualify for the state golf tournament. Between practicing at the same course and competing at many tournaments, golfers from […]

  • WRIGHTSTOWN LIONS CLUB TO CELEBRATE 75 YEARS By John Grones Editor | This Saturday, the Wrightstown Lions Club, an organization focused on giving back to the community, will celebrate their 75th anniversary with a special dinner and presentation at the American Legion Club in Wrightstown. The event starts at 5 p.m. and features past International […]

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