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No foul play suspected in death of driver found in burned-out car

KAUKAUNA -- The driver found in a burned-out car discovered early Dec. 23, 2017 likely became disoriented and was unable to escape her vehicle when it became stuck on railroad tracks and burned, according to police. Police discovered the burning car approximately 2:30a.m. Saturday on the railroad tracks near Holly Ct. along the Fox River. The

Familiar names considering run for Kaukauna mayor

Kaukauna Municipal Services Building. KCN photo.

KAUKAUNA -- Longtime mayor Gene Rosin's decision to step down after his current term has set up a competitive race for his replacement. So far, five familiar names have taken out nomination papers, according to Clerk/Treasurer Susan Duda. For mayor, Brian Roebke, Tony Penterman, Sam Kelly, Marty DeCoster, and Joe Grundy took

School board member Kelly announces run for mayor

KAUKAUNA -- Sam Kelly, a member of the Kaukauna School board, announced he will run for mayor in the spring 2018 election. Election day is April 3, 2018. A primary would be Feb. 20, 2018, if necessary. Longtime Kaukauna Mayor Gene Rosin announced back in September that he would not  run for re-election, according 

St. Norbert performance features four accomplished Kaukauna actors

APPLETON -- Cori Lang, KHS ’17 grad, is starring in the upcoming production of "School of Rock" at St. Norbert College on Aug. 10 – 13, 2017. Lang plays Rosealie Mullins in the production. She is joined onstage by KHS ’17 grad Trent Hoffman who will be playing Ned Schneebly, KHS

Summer school students advised to bring bottled water to class Tuesday

Kaukauna Utilities

KAUKAUNA -- The Kaukauna School District is advising summer school students who attend classes at Kaukauna High School to bring bottled water Tuesday, June 27, 2017 and Wednesday, June 28, 2017. There will be no drinking water available at the high school following Monday's boil water/bottle water advisory from Kaukauna Utilities,

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