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Thu
27
Aug

Renters quick actions help keep fire spread contained

The Kaukauna Fire Department responded Friday afternoon for a fire reported to be on the exterior wall of the home at 409 E. 20th St. All occupants left the structure when a neighbor notified them of the fire.

Thu
27
Aug

Unison Credit Union withdraws application to merge with Shipbuilders Credit Union

After many meetings and much due diligence, Unison Credit Union’s board of directors has withdrawn its application for the proposed merger with Shipbuilders Credit Union of Manitowoc. The decision to withdraw the merger application was due to regulatory difficulties and concern over the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Thu
27
Aug

Outagamie County Public Health data shows no significant change in COVID-19 cases

According to a report for schools issued on Aug. 21 by the Outagamie County Public Health Department, there was no significant change in the number of new positive cases over the past 30 days.

Thu
27
Aug

Cobblestone Hotel project takes two steps forward in Little Chute

The vision of a business hotel in Little Chute took two important steps closer to becoming a reality at the Aug. 19 village board meeting.

Thu
20
Aug

City of Kaukauna unveils new brand

The city of Kaukauna unveiled its new municipal brand this week to both elected members of the Common Council and to its 140-plus employees.

Wed
19
Aug

Outagamie County continues on-site service limitation

With reported cases of COVID-19 rising, Outagamie County continues to provide limited onsite services. All other services will be provided virtually, where possible. The policy will continue until no earlier than Jan. 1. After that, the status of operations will be re-assessed.

Wed
19
Aug

Little Chute School Board reaffirms school reopening plan

The Little Chute School Board at a recent meeting gave its approval to this year’s school reopening plan in its entirety, including previously-approved real time at-school and virtual learning experiences for students and adding protocols for a safe and healthy learning environment and school health and wellness.

Wed
19
Aug

Kimberly school board approves motion requiring face coverings in district, discusses 2020-21 staffing plan

Following a brief presentation on up-to-date COVID-19 statistics, the Kimberly Area School District Board of Education voted 6-1 to approve a motion to require all students, staff and visitors in the district to wear face coverings to begin the 2020-21 school year, with certain exceptions when appropriate.

Wed
19
Aug

High Cliff Golf Course project moves forward with village board approval

President Harry Truman once famously said “the buck stops here” regarding tough decisions that often have to be made.

That kind of decision making fell to the Sherwood Village Board to act regarding the High Cliff Golf Course and its plan to building 22 high-end duplex residences housing up to 44 families on golf course property.

Wed
12
Aug

St. Ignatius Catholic School to educate face to face to start school year

Believing that school is an essential part in the lives of children and families, St. Ignatius Catholic School in Kaukauna plans to reopen in September with face-to-face contact between students and staff on Sept. 2.

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