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11
May

NDLC group fills baskets for foster families

The community service group from New Directions Learning Community gathered items to fill spring baskets for foster families through Lincoln’s Foster Closet in Kaukauna. 
Wed
11
May

Rock the Block in Kaukauna this weekend

Approximately 25-30 Rock the Block projects will be done in the Kaukauna Uptown West neighborhood to improve and beautify the neighborhood from Thursday, May 12, through Saturday, May 14. 
Wed
11
May

High school art competition now open at the Neville Museum

An Artistic Discovery is on display at the Neville Public Museum through May 25. This exhibition features 49 works of art from 12 schools produced by high school students in Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District, currently represented by Congressman Mike Gallagher. 
Wed
11
May

Harrison residents scammed out of $78,000

If you get a phone call and think the deal sounds fishy, it probably is, and some Village of Harrison residents now have first-hand knowledge of the scam.
The Calumet County Sheriff’s Office reported received multiple fraud complaints from residents in Harrison resulting in a total loss of approximately $78,000.
Wed
11
May

Teesch named City of Watertown Fire Chief

Travis Teesch was selected as the Watertown Fire Department’s new chief of fire and emergency operations. Teesch comes to Watertown from his current position as assistant fire chief in Kaukauna, where he has served since August of 1999. 
Wed
11
May

Elks hold 58th annual Top 10 Banquet

For 58 years now, the Kaukauna Elks Lodge  #962 has held a student recognition banquet for the Top 10 academic students of five area high schools and giving plaques to valedictorians.
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May
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27
Apr

SCUTTLEBUTT

Effective Monday, April 25, access cards are required for use of the City of Kaukana’s disposal site. Cards are available at the SPaR building for city residents only for a $25 fee per year. The site is available via access card from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days per week beginning April 25.
 
Wed
27
Apr

Little Chute American Legion Post 258 celebrates 100 years


Submitted photos — American Legion Jacob Coppus Post 258, circa 1930. The post is celebrating 100 years of service in 2022.
The Jacob Coppus Post 258 is celebrating 100 years of service to veterans and the community. We are excited to celebrate this historical event after patiently waiting two years. While many things have changed over the last 100 years the Post’s commitment to service has remained steadfast.
Wed
20
Apr

Stuyvenberg receives annual Marie Ruys Citizenship Award

Nancy Stuyvenberg, who served as deputy clerk for 21 years from 1976 to 1997 and has been an active member and an inspiration in serving others within the Village of Kimberly, received the Marie Ruys Citizenship Award at last week’s meeting of the Kimberly Village Board.

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