BLACK CREEK/NICHOLS

The News from Black Creek & Nichols

CFRC to hold scrapbooking weekend in November

Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. (CFRC) is hosting a fall Scrapbooking Weekend Friday, Nov. 12–Sunday, Nov. 14 at the Osborn Town Hall. Bring your traditional scrapbooking, digital scrapbooking, or another hobby and enjoy time with friends. Cost for Friday (5…

Business association starts in Black Creek

Black Creek businesses are hoping working together can overcome tough times. A new Black Creek Business Association is being formed, with a goal of getting the heavy traffic going through the “crossroads to the northwoods” to stop and see what…

Committee to meet on pumps and drainage

The Streets Committee of the Black Creek Village Board will meet to discuss the pumps on WIS 54 and the drainage of water in the village at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 8 at the Black Creek Fire Hall, W5200 CTH B.…

Newton Blackmour group meets Oct. 13

The next meeting of the Newton Blackmour State Trail Friends Group will be held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the New London Public Library, 406 S. Pearl St., New London. The Friends Group has established a rotating meeting agenda,…

Changed CHAPS hosts annual Fall Frolic

Visitors to the sixth annual CHAPS Academy Fall Frolic and Family Fun Day will see major changes at the counseling center. The center, located at N5367 Mayflower Drive east of Shiocton, is in the midst of a capital project that…

Village Board approves paving on Forest Street

In a special meeting Sept. 20, the Black Creek Village Board approved paving of 325 feet of East Forest Street between Hickory Street and Sycamore Drive. The paving will cost $13,433. It was approved now because streets have been paved…

Primary sets Nov. 2 ballot

Republican Wisconsin Assembly District 5 candidate Jim Steineke, Kaukauna, survived a tough, three-way battle Tuesday to win the GOP primary. Steineke will face Democrat Mert Summers of De Pere in the Nov. 2 general election. Steineke trailed for much of…

Rain doesn’t dampen spirits for

Battling both rain and chilly temperatures, sixty-nine riders braved the weather during Fallen Timbers’ Fourth Annual “Ride for the Timbers” on Saturday, Sept.11. Using road bikes as their transportation, participants completed the 10.5 mile route to Seymour using the Newton…

Duane C.“Coondog” Coenen

Duane C. “Coondog” Coenen, age 73 of Bonduel passed away on Friday, Sept. 10, 2010 at Cherry Meadows Hospice in Appleton with his family at his side. Born on Jan. 29, 1937 in Kaukauna, he was the son of the…