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This grain buggy lost its wheel in a field near Shiocton, I bet the local deer were happy. – Photo by Linda Titel

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, The Salvation Army, Outagamie County Service Extension is very blessed to be part of this wonderful community. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that gave a gift of money, rang the bell this season,…

Viewpoint

The Wisconsin legislature opened the 2017 term last week with historic majorities in both the Assembly and Senate. There are 64 Republicans to the Democrats’ 36 in the Assembly and a 20-to-13 Republican edge in the Senate. The biggest issue…

News from Outagamie County Executive

Dear Editor, Just a quick note of thanks to all the bell-ringers, supporters and organizers. The level of support and generosity reflects so well on the community and I can tell you it does not go unnoticed. This time of…

Sally Nelson of Seymour turned 105 years young on Monday, January 2, and is proud of it. Sally, center, celebrated with family and friends, which included her daughter Jean Maas, right, and son-in-law Maynard Maas. – Submitted photo

Town of Cicero man dies after vehicle rollover

The Outagamie County Coroner’s Office confirmed on Wednesday, January 4, that a Town of Cicero man was killed when a vehicle he was driving on Outagamie County X north of Cicero Road entered a ditch and rolled over. Nathan R.…

This barn in Black Creek seems to be baring the cold weather well, with icicles and all. – Photo by Linda Titel

Winter is here, and with temperatures below zero, this playground at Lake Park in Black Creek is vacant. – Photo by Linda Titel

B-Square 4-H Club report

By Briana Arnold 4-H Club Reporter B-square’s 4-H meeting was held at Greenville Town Hall on December 5, 2016. During the meeting, we had our Christmas potluck and many stations of crafts and activities. These activities include card making, pine…

Emergency alerts protects your family

Outagamie County is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with AtHoc, to implement a new mass notification system that allows citizens to self register for emergency alerts. When an emergency happens in your neighborhood and the 911 center needs to…