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The five most-read stories in Kaukauna this week, though Oct. 16, 2016

KAUKAUNA -- Here are the five most-read stories on Kaukauna Community News from Monday, Oct. 10 through Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016: 1. How big is this Combined Locks couple's massive pumpkin? Take a guess READ 2. Congrats Milksource! Home to a supreme champion READ 3. Freedom woman dies, two others hurt in Outagamie

Early voting now open in Kaukauna

KAUKAUNA -- In person voting by absentee ballot, commonly called early voting, runs through Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. Voters can fill out an absentee ballot in person Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clerk’s Office in the new Municipal Services

Kaukauna Time Machine: Bart Starr visits the Ghosts, October 1960

In the latest blog post at Lyle Hansen's Kaukauna Time Machine, from October 1960, Green Bay Packer quarterback Bart Starr had a few words of advice for the Galloping Ghosts’ Monday evening as the Lions’ Club held its annual KHS football banquet at the Elks club rooms. Also, in the October

Kaukauna cow named Supreme Champion of 2016 World Dairy Expo

World Dairy Expo news release MADISON -- Musgie Iatola Martha-ET, a Jersey cow is owned by MilkSource Genetics of Kaukauna, was named Supreme Champion at the 50th Anniversary of World Dairy Expo. Winning awards were presented at the expo Oct. 9, 2016 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. Martha was the first

Combined Locks couple wins Lake Geneva’s giant pumpkin contest

LAKE GENEVA -- Glen and Margaret Martin of of Combined Locks have unlocked secret to growing really big pumpkins. Their giant pumpkin was named the champion at the 2016 Oktoberfest giant pumpkin contest in Lake Geneva on October 9, 2016. The white pumpkin weighed in at 1,758 pounds, and was grown from

Kaukauna clown scare revealed as a hoax

Gags the Clown was part of a viral movie promotion in August 2016 in Green Bay. KAUKAUNA -- Although it turned out to be a hoax, the threat of a clown gone bad coming to Kaukauna to harm students was unsettling for parents deciding whether or not to send their kids