• SCHREIBER PERFORMS WELL OUT OF PEN FOR HOT RODS By Greg Bates For the Times-Villager | As a relief pitcher in minor league baseball, the uncertainty of not knowing when you’ll get into a game can be taxing. For Brad Schreiber of the Bowling Green Hot Rods, waiting to get his name called during a […]

  • PLAN COMMISSION APPROVES SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR KWIK TRIP By Brian Roebke Editor | Kwik Trip passed the second of three hurdles Thursday afternoon when the Kaukauna Plan Commission voted to unanimously approve a special exception to operate a service station on a 2.1-acre plat of land adjacent to Veterans Memorial Park. During the public hearing, […]

  • KAUKAUNA STUDENT REACHES DOUBLE GOLD MEDALIST STATUS By Bill Vander Weele Sports Editor | One of probably the best athletes at Kaukauna High School might be unknown to some sports fans because she doesn’t compete in packed gyms or under Friday night lights. But Kasey Meredith, daughter of Deb and Steve Meredith, has reached great […]

  • COUNCIL APPROVES $600,000 EXPENDITURE FOR CITY HALL DESIGN By Tom Collins Reporter | City Engineer and Public Works Director John Sundelius spent approximately 18 minutes of the nearly one-hour Kaukauna Board of Public Works session reviewing the history of the project to replace Kaukauna’s city hall complex. Through years of work, study and consensus building, […]

  • ROMENESKO MAKES IMPACT AT GAME By Greg Bates For the Times-Villager | OSHKOSH — During Ty Romenesko’s four-year career on the Kimberly football team, he was a force inside. On Saturday, Romenesko made an impact on defense for the North squad during the annual Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game for the large schools at […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE’S STEVE KONS EARNS DREAM DAY WITH CUBS By Doug Kroll For the Times-Villager | In one of the most inspirational ways possible, the good side of human nature came shining through last month to Little Chute resident Steven Kons and his family. Through the generosity of others, along with admiring family and friends, […]

  • ATTENTIVE GATHERING HEARS HIGHWAY 55 CORRIDOR PROJECT CONCEPTS By Tom Collins Reporter | Members of the public gathered with Kaukauna department heads, Mayor Gene Rosin and several Wisconsin DOT officials to hear and see what is being considered for the busy Highway 55 corridor between the Highway 41 intersection and Lawe Street. DOT Project Manager […]

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