KAUKAUNA -- The Kaukauna Area School Board on Thursday approved a back-to-school plan that includes in-person options along with an all-virtual plan. A survey was emailed parents Aug. 7 to verify attendance choice for the year. The board agreed to begin the 2020-2021 school year as follows: Grades 4K-4: Students in grades K-4 will return to
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
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,
KAUKAUNA -- Kaukauna mayor Tony Penterman reached out on social media Tuesday to express his sympathies to those affected by the deaths yesterday of two young children. “We were saddened to learn of the tragic event that unfolded early yesterday morning in the City of Kaukauna that took the lives of
KAUKAUNA -- Kaukauna police found two children dead Monday morning in a home on Crooks Avenue in Kaukauna. Police have identified the victims as William Beyer, 5, and Danielle Beyer, 3. No arrests have been made as of Monday evening, according to police. Outagamie County dispatch received a 911 call about 7:10 a.m. from
The pilot program will be hosted at Victor Haen Elementary School KAUKAUNA -- Victor Haen Elementary School will add a youth advocate as a pilot program to help students who, the district says, "encounter barriers to achievement, engagement and emotional regulation." The position, effective immediately, was passed Feb. 10 by the Kaukauna Area School