• STEWART'S EMERGENCE LEADS KIMBERLY PAST NEENAH By Andrew Hanlon Sports Editor| The DJ Stewart era has begun at Kimberly. Next in the long line of star Papermaker running backs, the junior had his coming out party Friday night as he compiled 315 total yards — 213 on the ground, 56 through the air and 46 […]

  • RESIDENT REMAINS DISPLEASED AT FAMILY'S TREATMENT OVER SHERWOOD TRAIL REPAIRS By Tom Collins Reporter| A matter that was apparently remedied in 2015 boiled up again at the Monday’s Sherwood Village Board meeting. The parents of the Lake Breeze Drive homeowners whose residence was at the center of a complex and lengthy series of discussions expressed […]

  • READING GARDEN DEDICATED TO LATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER By Tom Collins Staff writer| Appropriately, the brochure for the dedication of the reading garden at Wrightstown Elementary School in the honor the well- remembered teacher Darcie Budd began with a quote from famed artist Vincent Van Gogh. “If you truly love nature, you will find beauty […]

  • PARTY ON THE PLAZA The Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library and Little Chute Parks, Recreation & Forestry held the      first  “Party on the Plaza” Thursday at the Windmill Plaza in Little Chute. Kids played life-size games like human foosball, Chutes & Ladders, Kerplunk, dominoes, and Jenga. The Little Chute Diamond Club and Culver’s were there with […]

  • OUTDOOR FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT The fifth and final Outdoor Family Movie Night of the summer was held Monday evening alongside the Kaukauna Public Library. People could vote for the final movie to be shown, with the winner being “Norm of the North.” Prior to the movie, there was live music, free balloon creations from Mikey […]

  • KAUKAUNA OPENS NEW STADIUM By Brian Roebke Editor| The atmosphere was electric Friday afternoon and evening when the Kaukauna Area School District officially unveiled their athletic facility addition and the new Bank of Kaukauna Stadium in particular. There were plenty of “oohs and aahs” after people took tours of the $11 million indoor facilities before […]

  • HERLACHE, TIGERS RUN OVER DENMARK By Terry Schaeuble For the Wrightstown Spirit| Senior Bryce Herlache rushed for a career-high 223 yards and four touchdowns as he led the Wrightstown Tigers to a 32-14 road win over the Denmark Vikings last Friday night. The victory evens the Tigers Northeast Conference record at 1-1, while the Vikings […]

  • DEIKE CHOICE FOR NEW WRIGHTSTOWN POLICE CHIEF By Tom Collins Staff Writer| Barring a failed medical exam or an unexpected turn with his psychological profiling, forensic detective Greg Deike (pronounced die-key) is the unanimous choice of the Wrightstown Village Board to be the next village police chief. The 43-year-old Deike has worked in law enforcement […]

  • DARREN TO BE INDUCTED INTO AMERICA'S OLD TIME COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME By Brian Roebke Editor| Bobby Darren got involved in music by thievery. Darren started in music when he snuck his mother’s guitar away from her when he was about 5 years old, growing up in Kaukauna. That began a lifetime of music […]

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