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Thu
25
Apr

Kimberly trustees review mini storm infrastructure standards

By Judy Dixon Hebbe
Reporter
Policy relating to the mini storm infrastructure standards were reviewed and acted upon at last week’s Kimberly Village Board meeting.
Thu
25
Apr

Little Chute Village Board looks at new Christmas lights in downtown

By Tom Collins
Reporter
While thoughts of spring and summer were all around them as they convened on April 17, at least one focus of the Little Chute Village Board was on the potential of some new Christmas lights in the downtown area.
Thu
25
Apr

Kaukauna choir trip to New York an incredible whirlwind

By Brian Roebke
Editor
“It was a whirlwind but it was incredible.” 
Those were the words of Kaukauna High School Choir Director Joy Paffenroth said last week after returning home after a 17-hour bus ride following the choir’s April 14 performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Thu
18
Apr
Thu
18
Apr

Science and math updates to Kimberly Bridges program

By Daniel Schoettler
Reporter
There will be science and math updates to the Bridges program in the Kimberly Area School District. The science curriculum changes will be at the seventh and eighth grade level, while the math updates will be at the 5K through fifth grade levels. 
Thu
11
Apr

Geiger resigns as Town of Holland supervisor

By Brian Roebke
Editor
The Town of Holland was wrapping up its meeting last week in likely its final meeting at the town hall in Askeaton when a bit of a bomb was dropped by Supervisor Mike Geiger. 
Thu
11
Apr

Kaukauna voters elect new city attorney, Sherwood votes yes

By Brian Roebke
Editor
Voters in the City of Kaukauna elected a new city attorney in last week’s spring election. Newcomer Tim Greenwood narrowly defeated longtime incumbent Kevin Davidson 1,171-1,123.
In Alderperson District 1, Jennie Eggleston beat challenger Will Terry 266-228.
Thu
11
Apr

Common Council hears new hotel to break ground soon in Kaukauna

By Tom Collins
Reporter
A status report at the Wednesday, April 3, edition of the Kaukauna Common Council, delayed one night due to the primary election, found a new voice offering some good news regarding at least one city project.
Thu
11
Apr

HOV interceptor work likely not to reach Little Chute in 2024

By Tom Collins
Reporter
Spring often means the start of construction season whether it is a road project or a new building. One project that will not likely affect Little Chute’s Heesakker Park and other riverside areas in 2024 is the Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District’s interceptor work.
Thu
11
Apr

City to take starring role in upcoming promotional video production

By Tom Collins
Reporter
While there may be no red carpets rolled out, limousines rented or fancy attire commissioned, cameras will roll this year with Kaukauna in the starring role.

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