• SHERWOOD VILLAGE BOARD HEARS MORE ABOUT INITIAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS By Tom Collins Reporter | As previously reported from an earlier meeting, the Sherwood Community Development Authority awarded three initial grants from its 2015 pool of $50,000 for potential Sherwood business projects. That total could have been even more but one project has been tabled […]

  • PRAIRIE BURNS CREATE AND SUSTAIN HIGH QUALITY PRAIRIE ECOSYSTEMS Compiled by Brian Roebke | Anyone driving on Highway KK or Highway N may have seen fires in the fields on Tuesday but there wasn’t an emergency. In fact, it was somewhat of a rebirth for the prairies around the State Park Court and Van’s Road […]

  • LITTLE CHUTE JOINS COMMUNITY CHORUS OPPOSING PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ELIMINATION BILL By Tom Collins Reporter | Count Little Chute among the steadily growing number of Wisconsin communities endorsing resolutions that oppose a proposed state law that would eliminate personal property taxes. Those taxes are collected primarily from various state businesses. Little Chute is the second […]

  • KAUKAUNA UTILITIES SAVES ALMOST $1.4 MILLION BY REFINANCING DEBT By Brian Roebke Editor | The Kaukauna Utilities Commission approved a no-brainer staff recommendation last week when it approved issuing $9.7 million in electric revenue bonds to pay off outstanding 2009 Build American Bonds and 2003 electric revenue bonds. Manager of Finance and Administration Mike Kawula […]

  • KAUKAUNA SCHOOLS OPEN BIDS FOR ATHLETIC PROPOSAL By Brian Roebke Editor | People who like numbers would have been very, very excited on Tuesday afternoon when the Kaukauna Area School District opened bids for the proposed athletic facilities at the high school. The district approved proceeding with Phase 1 of the three-phase project this winter […]

  • CHRUSTOWSKI HELPS FIRST GRADERS PUT FINISHING TOUCHES ON BOOKS By Brian Roebke Editor | Children’s author Rick Chrustowski visited Little Chute Elementary School on Monday and Tuesday to work with first graders on a writer’s workshop activity. Chrustowski made the rounds to the five classrooms, helping students finish a non-fiction book about an animal. The […]

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