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St. Paul Elder Services nursing director takes COVID-19 vaccine despite cancer treatment


Amanda Metzner

Meet Amanda Metzner, the assistant director of nursing at St. Paul Elder Services in Kaukauna.

She’s also a wife, mom to two young children, and cancer patient. Metzner is living with recurrent stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, and St. Paul staff call her an “absolute warrior” in her battle against this terrible disease.

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Trail mapping hits pause and proposed park impact fee questioned in Sherwood

Two broad topics emerged from a busy Jan. 11 Sherwood Village Board meeting will likely receive more attention in the weeks and months ahead.

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Shortage of building inspectors leading to purchased service

The retirement of Jon Oldenburg as the City of Kaukauna’s full-time senior building inspector has led to a problem replacing him.

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Schulz commissioned as National Guard officer, in his driveway


Capt. Vaughn R. Larson commissions Dylan Schulz as a second lieutenant in the United States Army National Guard in his parents’ driveway last week./Brian Roebke photo

Dylan Schulz was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army National Guard in his parents’ driveway.

All commissioning ceremonies were private this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the

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Sherwood Village Board approves long-term study of wastewater plant

Sherwood’s steady growth is triggering a new look at one important phase of its infrastructure: its wastewater treatment facility.

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RACK votes to continue forbearance on two loans

Two of 12 businesses that applied for loan forbearance last spring because of the coronavirus pandemic received permission to continue to get relief for loan repayment last week.

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Plan commission gets update on new residential/recreational development


The Kaukauna Plan Commission has named the plat for the former Nickel Farm property as “Inside the Park Place” with a nod to the adjacent ball fields./City of Kaukauna Illustration

The Kaukauna plan commission received an update on the Nickel Farm Plat at last week’s meeting. The city purchased the land on Highway 55 between Highway CE and Highway N and plans to fill the property with 29 single-family lots along with recreation space that includes three Little League baseball fields and one Pony League field.

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Harrison president fires village administrator

Village President Kevin Hietpas fired Harrison Administrator Travis Parish on Friday, Jan. 15.

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Girl Scouts earn Bronze Award for making website


Mollie Goddard, Gracie Reed and Allie Thao earned their Girl Scout Bronze Award by creating a website for kids to utilize during the pandemic, Browse Away Boredom. They are members of Troop 2059 from Kimberly./Brian Roebke photo

Three Girl Scout Troop 2059 members from Kimberly earned their Bronze Award recently by creating a website for kids to utilize during the pandemic, Browse Away Boredom.

The website has easy, fun activities to do when kids are spending more time stuck at home and/or quarantined.

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Buchanan stormwater accepts grants

The Buchanan Stormwater Utility accepted two grants totaling $400,000 at a recent meeting from the Department of Natural Resources urban nonpoint grant program.

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