• WITH YOUNG PIECES, MUSTANGS LOOK TO IMPROVE ON 2014 By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor | The Little Chute baseball team will look to improve on last year’s 4-17 record, and they’ll do so with a team that is young, but not necessarily one that is inexperienced. Second-year head coach Dean Birling said his team will […]

  • MAKERS' STATE TITLE TEA WILL RETURN ALL NINE STARTERS IN 2015 By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor | The Kimberly softball team will return all nine of its starters from last year’s state championship squad, including two seniors — pitcher Megan Kleist (Oregon) and infielder Jenna Smarzinski (University of Wisconsin – Green Bay) — who will […]

  • GHOSTS LOOK TO WIN FVA AGAIN, ADVANCE DEEPEN INTO POSTSEASON By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor | The Ghosts’ 2014 softball team finished the regular season with a record of 26-1, with their only loss coming in the first game of the year at Appleton North. They won the Fox Valley Association with a conference record […]

  • WHEEL TAX AMONG APPROVALS BY KAUKAUNA BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS By Tom Collins Reporter | After weighing their options, including being torn between a reluctance to add a new levy versus further burdening the city’s overall tax levy, the Kaukauna Board of Public Works unanimously agreed to begin a municipal vehicle registration fee in the […]

  • SUMMER FESTIVAL MAY BE DENIED VETERANS PARK USE By Tom Collins Reporter | Veterans Park may be excluded from use by a civic group attempting to initiate a new summer event in Kaukauna this year. The KARMA group’s vision of a family-friendly event that would be held this June may not be able to include […]

  • STORM WATER PROJECT DELAY WILL PUSH BACK GRAND AND MCKINLEY PROJECT TIMELINE By Tom Collins Reporter | On a night when the Village of Little Chute formally honored both its champion Chute-ing Stars and high school dance teams, there was some dancing of another kind as village officials attempted to choreograph some new potential construction […]

  • KAUKAUNA PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION TO BUILD LEGACY FOR LIBRARY By Brian Roebke Editor | Momentum is on the side of the Kaukauna Public Library as staff waits for the construction work in the Eagle mill so they can move the library collection to the new site. Part of that momentum and move is building for […]

  • DECADES OF MEMBERSHIP HONORED BY KIMBERLY AMERICAN LEGION POST By Tom Collins Reporter | Ceremonies at the William Verhagen American Legion Post No. 60 on March 19 honored a few long-term members. They were people like Steve Andrejeski and John Anholzer. Between just the two of them, there is 120 years of membership. Five other […]

  • AIM DEMOLITION TO CLEAR CEDARS AT KIMBERLY SITE By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | With contractual deadlines fast approaching, AIM Demolition is moving in equipment and informed the Village of Kimberly demolition of remaining buildings and former mill site clearance will be completed by April 30.  The Department of Natural Resources mitigation program […]

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