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Wed
20
Apr

Divine Evidence

Richard and Pat Bernatchez came to St. Ignatius Catholic School in Kaukauna last week for a special Holy Week event that includes historical testimony, forensic data, and artifacts that support the major tenants related to the life, death, and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Wed
13
Apr

SCUTTLEBUTT

Fox 11 reported an online auction for the empty Shopko store in Kimberly ended last week with a high bid of $1.75 million. The auction page does not publicly identify bidders.
 
Wed
13
Apr

Wondering what’s going on in the I-41 corridor?

I-41 Project construction has not started yet, but the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is moving forward with project design plans and activities.
Wed
13
Apr

Election results

Candidates in bold were elected to office.
 
Buchanan Town Board Supervisor 2
Paul Knuppel 738 votes 54 percent
Dennis Reinke 638 votes 46 percent
 
Wed
13
Apr

Consul General Bart Twaalfhoven visits Little Chute Windmill


Brian Roebke photo — Gene Janssen shows Consul General Bart Twaalfhoven and his wife Herine how the Little Chute Windmill makes flour during last week’s visit of the dignitaries from The Netherlands.
The Little Chute Windmill had a very special visitor last week, Consul General Bart Twaalfhoven of The Netherlands.
Wed
13
Apr

ACREofART comes to Kaukauna and Little Chute

The downtowns in Kaukauna and Little Chute are a little brighter this spring after several new public art sculptures were unveiled on Friday morning.
Wed
30
Mar

Kaukauna Utilities struggling to get components for electrical work

The worldwide supply chain issues are affecting Kaukauna Utilities more and more every       day. Manager of Engineering & Electric Distribution Eric Miller shared this information at the March meeting of the Kaukauna Utilities Commission. 
Wed
30
Mar

Little Chute Village Board awards bid for rail crossing quiet zone work


Tom Collins photo — The sound of train whistles will continue to be heard along the rail corridor through Little Chute for just awhile longer. Budget conditions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic convinced the village board to hold off expending money for the project in 2020 but they have now approved a bid to do work at six locations.
A pair of St. Patrick’s Day afternoon bid openings may be the first lucky step forward in construction work for Little Chute’s goal of attaining a railroad quiet zone.
Wed
23
Mar

SCUTTLEBUTT

The use of absentee ballot drop boxes is NOT permitted under Wisconsin Law at any municipality. Absentee ballots must be returned in person (by the voter) or mailed to the clerk’s office in order to be counted. 
 

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