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Quinney color run coming up June 1, 2017

KAUKAUNA -- The deadline to sign up for the Electa Quinney Color Run is fast approaching. Print out the registration form below and return it to the Quinney school office by Friday, May 19, 2017. Registration fee is $5 per person. https://www.facebook.com/kaukaunasd/posts/10156135322554745?match=Y29sb3IgcnVuLGthdWthdW5h   The event will take place Thursday, June 1, 2017 with

Bike rodeo Wednesday in Little Chute

LITTLE CHUTE -- The Fox Valley Metro Police Department will be hosting a bike rodeo and open house at from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at the police department, 200 W. McKinley Ave., Little Chute. The bike rodeo consists of helmet fitting with limited supplies of FREE BICYCLE

St. Aloysius tornado siren being moved to Quinney

>A temporary tornado warning siren has been moved to St. Aloysius, Outagamie County Emergency Management photo.

KAUKAUNA -- If the tornado siren in your neighborhood sounds a little different this spring, it's still best to head the warning and take cover. Outagamie County Emergency Management is moving around some sirens in the city, according to a recent Facebook post. The have moved a temporary siren to the former St.

Today is child care provider appreciation day

Chrissy Moore, operator of Luv ‘N Learn, a licensed family child care in DeForest, receives a Race to the Top awrad. DFC photo.

MADISON -- Dropping a son or daughter off at a child care center never gets easier for parents, but thanks to the dedication, love and care from child care providers, parents are able to ease their minds as they head to work to support their families. From center directors and staff

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