• KIMBERLY FORCES SIX TURNOVERS, CRUISES TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP By Andrew Hanlon Sports Reporter | OSHKOSH — The Papermakers’ defense forced six Marquette turnovers including three on the Hilltoppers’ first three possessions as Kimberly cruised to a 48-16 victory on Friday night to advance to the Division 1 state championship game. Kimberly’s offense was able to […]

  • MAGIC CONTINUES AS MUSTANGS ADVANCE TO STATE TITLE GAME By Doug Kroll Special to the Times-Villager | WEST BEND — To any spectator of this Little Chute Mustangs football team, one has to wonder if there is anything that rattles the nerves of this squad. A training camp in the summer began with the loss […]

  • KAUKAUNA’S CARTER BELLING COMMITS TO ST. LEO UNIVERSITY TO PLAY BASKETBALL By Brian Roebke Editor | It’s not quite like LeBron James taking his talents to South Beach, but Kaukauna High School senior Carter Belling is taking his talents to St. Leo, Fla., to play basketball for the St. Leo University Lions, a NCAA Division […]

  • SHERWOOD TUNES AND APPROVES 2015 BUDGET AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANS By Tom Collins Reporter | Following a public hearing, with no members of the public in attendance, the Sherwood Village Board approved the 2015 budget and five year capital improvement plan in separate, unanimous votes. As reported following the Oct. 22 meeting, the new budget […]

  • SPIERINGS CANCER FOUNDATION RECEIVES OUTSTANDING PHILANTHROPIST AWARD By Brian Roebke Editor | GREEN BAY — Many people have been touched by the generosity of the Spierings family, who have raised and distributed more than $500,000 to fight cancer over the past six years including donations to 150 families with cancer, for research, and for equipment. […]

  • STRATEGIC PLAN UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSED IN LITTLE CHUTE By Tom Collins Reporter | With members of the advisory committee on hand, the unveiling of the strategic plan in Little Chute on Nov. 5 had something of the feeling of an opening night. While the floodlights and red carpet were missing, the hard-working luminaries from the committee […]

  • STUDENTS AWARDED AT OPTIMIST YOUTH APPRECIATION BANQUET By Brian Roebke Editor | Forty-eight high school students received awards at the Heart of the Valley and Greenleaf/Wayside Optimist Youth Appreciation Banquet on Nov. 12 at Hollander’s in Little Chute. The awards were for plain old good kids who are sometimes overlooked but very much appreciated in […]

  • VETERANS DAY MOVES RIVER VIEW AUDIENCE By Brian Roebke Editor | If seventh and eighth graders at River View School in Kaukauna didn’t know what Veterans Day was about before Tuesday, they sure know now after a moving ceremony in the Kaukauna Civic Auditorium. Students heard the stirring stories of five veterans from World War […]

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