• WRIGHTSTOWN SCHOOLS PRESENTS PLANS FOR POSSIBLE STUDENT/COMMUNITY WELLNESS CENTER By John Grones Editor | The Wrightstown Community School District presented the board of education their plans for a student/community wellness center that they hope to construct in the grass area to the left of the student entrance at Wrightstown High School. . . . . […]

  • STEADY PROGRESS BEING MADE ON NEW KAUKAUNA CITY HALL BUILDING By Tom Collins Reporter | “Once we got out of the hole, things really picked up,” City Engineer and Public Works Director John Sundelius said regarding the new city hall construction project near Bicentennial Court in Kaukauna. The large hole at the beginning of the […]

  • SKREDES STARTING PAY IT FORWARD FOUNDATION TO HONOR DAUGHTER By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | Sometimes a relatively small gesture, such as paying for a cup of coffee, can momentarily reduce the stress and lift the spirits of someone dealing with a traumatic situation. That happened to Arvid and Stephanie Skrede of Kaukauna […]

  • PROGRESS HAPPENING ON NEW WRIGHTSTOWN WATER LINE By Tom Collins Reporter | The connection of the water transmission line between Ashwaubenon and Wrightstown is becoming a reality. Two metering stations are taking shape, one just outside of Wrightstown and the other in Ashwaubenon. And along portions of the route, pipe that will carry water is […]

  • MILL STREET PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE ACCESS TO ISLAND PARK ENDS IN AUGUST By Tom Collins Reporter | It’s not often pedestrians and bicyclists find a road closed sign in their path but beginning Aug. 3, those who use the popular Island Park Trail have just one access to the walking and biking trail in Little […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE STUDENTS SHOW THEIR SKILLS IN LOUISVILLE By Brian Roebke Editor | For a first-year club at Little Chute Careers Pathway Academy, SkillsUSA had an outstanding year, capped by four students competing at the national competition in Louisville. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a […]

  • KIMBERLY GOES 1-2 IN LEGION REGIONAL TOURNAMENT By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor | APPLETON — While Kimberly cruised to an 8-2 victory Friday night against Appleton Legion, the Cougars’ weekend was bookended by losses to Oshkosh and the Appleton Doubledays at Don Hawkins Field, the second of which ended the team’s Legion season. . . […]

  • KAUKAUNA WINS TWO, LOSES TWO IN LEGION REGIONALS By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor | KEWAUNEE COUNTY — The Kaukauna Angels began their weekend with two straight victories at the Class AA Legion regional tournament in Kewaunee County, but ran out of gas on Saturday and dropped their final two contests. . . . . . […]

  • CENTER FOR SUICIDE AWARENESS FINDS NEW HOME ON ST. PAUL ELDER SERVICES CAMPUS By Brian Roebke Editor | A week of panic ended with tears of joy last week when St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna agreed to provide office space for the Center for Suicide Awareness, based in Kaukauna. Earlier in the month the […]

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Kaukauna's City-Wide Fall Rummage Sale will be Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015. Map will be posted here on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. Classified Ad Form