KAUKAUNA -- The fire Saturday at Kaukauna's Dollar tree was likely intentionally set, police said in a Facebook post. After investigating, police believe the suspect is a juvenile female. The case is being forwarded to Outagamie County Youth and Family Services. Kaukauna Police and Fire were assisted by the Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigation.
KAUKAUNA -- No one was home at the time, but a family's pet was rescued today following a house fire in Kaukauna. Firefighters responded to a home in the 1300 Block of Kenneth Ave Saturday afternoon. Flames and smoke were visible when firefighters arrived, according to a news release. The pet dog was treated by firefighters
(KCN) -- Because graduating ceremonies for area high school seniors have been pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are finding creative ways to celebrate their students' accomplishment. One of those ways is to share your senior's photo on the Kaukauna Community News Facebook page. Click to share HERE. Kaukauna's graduation ceremony,
Kaukauna -- The Kaukauna Area School District announced Friday that the will not be in session Monday, and hope to reopen April 6. The district's full news release. This afternoon, Governor Evers directed the Department of Health Services to issue a mandated school closure for all public and private schools, required to
MOSINEE -- The Fox Cities Stars girls high school coop hockey will return to familiar ice this week. The defending state championships advanced to Friday's semifinal game at the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum in Madison with a 6-2 win over D.C. Everest Friday night in Mosinee. A year ago, the Stars beat Hudson,
MADISON -- Two Kaukauna wrestlers were crowned state champions Saturday after the Ghosts sent eight individuals to the WIAA individual wrestling tournament at the Kohl Center in Madison. Kaukauna sent three wrestlers to the championship matches. Greyson Clark (D1, 106), Mason Campshure (D1, 120) and Jager Eisch (D1, 126). Congrats Ghost Wrestlers at State! Greyson
KAUKAUNA -- Dozens of people gathered at the Kaukauna Community Center Friday evening at a vigil to remember Dani and Will Beyer. The Kaukauna brother and sister, ages 3 and 5, were found dead in their home Feb. 16. The investigation continues. Organizers Attalah Sinclair and Allee Roy said about 60 people attended the vigil, which was
KAUKAUNA -- Will Beyer was a super smart little boy, always asking "why?" His sister, Dani, was always extremely curious and never afraid of anything. That's how the two Kaukauna children are being remember in their obituary posted online this week. William, 5, and Danielle, 3, were found dead in their home Feb.