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Kaukauna fifth grader wins first brat of opening day

Kaukauna's Maitea Gerrits won the chance to have the first brat on opening day, April 3, 2017, at Miller Park.

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewer's famous racing sausages took to the the streets of Milwaukee on opening day, where they ran a relay race to deliver the first brat to Miller Park. Little did Maitea Gerrits of Kaukauna know that the first brat would eventually make its way to her. Gerrits, a

Green Bay Packers Foundation seeking grant applicants

Lambeau Field, Green Bay. File photo Green Bay Packers News release GREEN BAY -- The Green Bay Packers Foundation is seeking applications for its annual grant program. The application period is open now until June 1, 2017, one month earlier than applications had been due in previous years. This year, the Foundation will

Sixteen Ghosts receive all-conference honors

Keaton Kluever with his 100th Varsity win Jan. 19, 2017 at Oshkosh West. Photo from Jenni Kluever via Kaukauna Pictures and News.

KAUKAUNA -- Congratulations to all of Kaukauna High School's student-athletes on a wonderful season and to the following students for their Fox Valley Association All-Conference honors: Boys Basketball Jordan McCabe - 1st Team Eric Carl - 2nd Team Brad Vosters - Defensive Team Gymnastics Callie Lewis - Honorable Mention Wrestling Mason Campshure - 1st Team Brandon Micksch - 1st

Hug denied, Twitter video prompts WIAA apology

Appleton North post game celebration hug denied

APPLETON – Apparently all Jaylen Levy wanted was to give his big sister Sydney a hug after her team’s WIAA Division 1 state championship win, just like after every other game. But a WIAA official, caught up in trying to get the team organized for their awards, shushed little Jaylen away. Sydney

Mayor expresses disappointment in losing baseball complex

The $3 million, four-diamond baseball complex would be built on vacant land at the southeast corner of Wisconsin Highway 55 and County Highway KK.

HARRISON -- Kaukauna Youth Baseball and the village of Harrison have apparently hammered out a deal to build a youth baseball complex, which led to a post on the city's website expressing disappointment. The city now will begin exploring the creation of its own  youth baseball program. The $3 million, four-diamond baseball complex would be

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