File photo Wrightstown’s Quincy Klister took on a much bigger role after senior running back Ben Jaeger was injured during
File photo Kimberly’s Caleb Frazer was part of a huge comeback late in the first half, ripping off touchdown runs
Brian Roebke photo The Wrightstown offense lines up in the victory formation on the final play of Friday night’s 20-19
Brian Roebke photo Cutting the ribbon at Treaty Park are former Community Enrichment Director al Schaefer and current Community Enrichment
Brian Roebke photo Wrightstown defensive linemen Josh Rentmeester (71) and Mason Hendricks rush Baldwin-Woodville quarterback Ross Roemhild. Rentmeester ended up
Brian Roebke photosBev Kelley began her presentation for Kaukauna High School students by holding up a pink urn that contained
Brian Roebke photo Wrightstown’s Quincy Klister, helping carry the load for injured running back Jeremy Van Zeeland, ran for 111
Oompa Loompas rehearse a scence from, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” held Nov. 7-9 at Kimberly High School by Papermaker
Brian Roebke photoParticipants of Saturday’s Color Blaze Run in Wrightstown emptied packets of colored corn starch before the event that
Brian Roebke photo A mix of Lost Boys and Tiger Lilys, including Eva Roloff, Lauren Tews, Nyla Raisleger, Samantha Kolb,
Firefighters from Morrison, Greenleaf, Wayside, and Ledgeview participated in a house burning on Saturday in Morrison.
Kimberly running back Alec Martzahl breaks through the Kaukauna line during Friday’s game at Bank of Kaukauna Stadium.
Wrightstown’s Quincy Klister (9) and Ben Jaeger (21) line up in a wildcat formation. Klister had a three-yard touchdown run
Brian Roebke photo Library Director Ashley Theim-Menning introduced the Interactive Learning Garden at the Kaukauna Public Library on Friday morning.
Brian Roebke photo Town Attorney Jim Kalny (left) guides the Town of Wrightstown board through last week’s special meeting that