• WOMEN’S FUND EMPOWERS GIRLS TO HELP OTHERS By Brian Roebke Editor | Giving $10,000 to a group of 14 girls to spend is a big responsibility. No, they didn’t have to decide what stores to shop at the mall; they had a much larger task. Seven girls from Kimberly and Kaukauna high schools interviewed representatives from […]

  • VANDE WETTERING ENJOYS RIDE TO FINAL FOUR By Brian Roebke Editor | Little did Marc Vande Wettering know where he would end up when he signed on to become a student manager for the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team three years ago. Not only has he learned from one of the best coaches in college basketball, hung around with […]

  • SUNRISE RSVP PROGRAM BENEFITS YOUNG AND OLD By Brian Roebke Editor | Most senior citizens haven’t been to elementary school for 50 years or more, and some of them can barely remember what it was like to be a youngster. Through the Retired Senior Volunteer Program at Sunrise Elementary School in Harrison, those seniors can come […]

  • SHERWOOD APPROVES SEH AS CONSULTANT FOR DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT PROCESS By Tom Collins Reporter  | The possibility of revitalizing Sherwood’s downtown took another step forward on Monday with the approval of a $74,947 bid from the familiar firm SEH. The village has worked with that firm previously on several projects, including a downtown market analysis and […]

  • NEW DOG A LIFE-CHANGING EXPERIENCE FOR HOHOLS By Judy Dixon Hebbe For the Times-Villager | It was a decision to replace the old dog with a different breed that turned into a life-changing experience for Paula and Bruce Hohol of Wrightstown. The little Border Terrier with a whiskered round face was alert, agile and affectionate; a perfect replacement for the dog who […]

  • LINCOLN AVENUE BIKE LANE INFORMATIONAL MEETING TO INCLUDE UNIQUE PARKING OPTION By Tom Collins Reporter  | Tonight’s public information meeting regarding bicycle lanes along Lincoln Avenue in Little Chute will likely include a possible option that preserves parking on both sides of the street in the vicinity of Heesakker Park. That request came from Trustee Bill Peerenboom during the […]

  • KAUKAUNA SCHOOLS COULD ADD 13 FULL-TIME TEACHING POSITIONS By Brian Roebke Editor | An additional cost of $1,035,900 for staffing in the next school year was proposed to the Kaukauna school board last week. That equates to nearly 13 full-time equivalent positions. Increases are 6.88 at the elementary level, 2.28 at River View School, and 3.67 […]

  • VAN SCHYNDEL HAVING A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP YEAR By John Grones Editor | Since Cole Van Schyndel left high school for college, everything he touches turns to gold. The Wrightstown High School athletic standout made good use of his freshman year at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, helping both the football and basketball teams win national championships. Van Schyndel, a […]

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