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Funding for Kaukauna’s Veterans Memorial Bridge advances

Veteran's Memorial Bridge, Kaukauna. File photo.

KAUKAUNA -- Funding to make Kaukauna's Veteran's Memorial lift bridge operational again got a boost Friday when the state's budget writing committee indicated it would allow the city to qualify for a $1.7 million state grant. The city of Kaukauna is currently under orders of the U.S. Coast Guard to make the Veterans Memorial Lift Bridge

Crooks Avenue closed at Ann Street through Friday for water main break

KAUKAUNA -- The intersection/median at Crooks Avenue and Ann Street is closed through Friday due to emergency repairs of the water main. The intersection is estimated to re-open on Friday afternoon with possible partial opening occurring sooner, according to a news release from the city of Kaukauna. Please use alternate routes if

Voters reject Kaukauna school referendum, other local results

KAUKAUNA -- Voters rejected a nearly $33 million school referendum Tuesday by a vote of 3,007 to 2,690. (Results from WBAY) Kaukauna School Referendum Outagamie, Brown $32,930,000 for multiple school renovations, new gymnasium and security improvements 100% Reporting No 3,007 53% Winner Yes 2,690 47% Kaukauna City Council - District 3 Outagamie 100% Reporting Brian Schell Skelly 356 52% Winner Thomas McGinnis 331 48% Return To Top Kaukauna City Council - District 4 Outagamie 100% Reporting Pennie

Rico’s Family Restaurant in Kaukauna expected to reopen Tuesday

KAUKAUNA -- After posting a notice on their door Sunday that they would be closed until further notice, Rico's Family Restaurant says they expect to reopen Tuesday. In a message to Kaukauna Community News Sunday evening, the owners wrote, "We will open the restaurant back up on Tuesday morning." In a post

Water tower woes: Paint sprays onto nearby vehicles in Kaukauna

KAUKAUNA -- Employees of businesses near the recently painted Kaukauna water tower near I-41 are fuming after discovering spraypaint from the project drifted onto their vehicles. Craig Vantoll of Electric Motor Services told WBAY-TV that about a month and a half ago he noticed blue paint overspray on employee vehicles parked at

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