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Linda and Logan’s restaurant closes

Linda and Logan's restaurant in Kaukauna. Photo by Tony Penterman via Kaukauna Pictures Facebook group.

KAUKAUNA -- Linda and Logan's Family Dining restaurant closed at the end of Sunday without notice. Visitors who came to the restaurant on Monday, May 15, 2017 found the doors locked and a note on the door that read in part, "I am very sorry I did not get to tell you

2017 Arts and crafts fair Sunday at 1000 Islands

35th annual Nature’s Images Arts & Crafts Fair 2017. 1000 Islands photo.

KAUKAUNA -- The 1000 Islands Environmental Center will host its 35th annual Nature’s Images Arts & Crafts Fair from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 21, 2017. Artists will be both selling and showcasing their creations including nature related photography, paintings, sculpture, crafts from natural materials, botanicals and herbs, according to

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.

Electric City Experience to feature community drum circle

Drum circle file photo, Electric City Experience.

KAUKAUNA -- The 2017 Electric City Experience will feature a community drum circle at the main stage that will be open to all ages, according to organizers. The family-friendly music and community festival to returns for its third season to downtown Kaukauna beginning at noon on Saturday, June 10, 2017. The drum

Quinney fourth graders get civics lesson from Rep. Gallagher

Rep. Mike Gallagher poses for a photo with Mrs. Plutchak's fourth grade class at Electa Quinney Elementary School in Kaukauna. Carrie Forster photo.

By Carrie Forster “What part of your job is hard for you?” That was just one of the questions my students asked Congressman Mike Gallagher when he visited my fourth-grade classroom at Electa Quinney Elementary School on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. My students have been studying branches of state government and visited the

KHS senior wins prestigious $10,000 Kohl scholarship

KAUKAUNA -- KAUKAUNA -- Kayla Swanningson, a senior at Kaukauna Area High School, has earned a $10,000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2017 Initiative Scholarship. She received the award at a recognition luncheon April 29, 2017 in Middleton. Scholarship recipients had been informed in March that each would receive a $5,000 scholarship, but in

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