Brian Roebke photoWrightstown Community School District board member Tom Eggert (right) questioned if the proposed nondiscrimination policy was too vague.
By Brian RoebkeEditorThe Town of Wrightstown government received some bad news last week when they learned their request to incorporate
Brian Roebke photoSupervisor Jesse Juedes (left) ran last week’s Town of Wrightstown meeting in the absense of Chairman Bill Verbeten,
Brian Roebke photoThe Wrightstown Village Board approved bids last week for work on Mueller Park. Work includes slope stability, docks,
Brian Roebke photoIn a press conference at Foth in De Pere, Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach noted last week the
Brian Roebke photoTanya Fonesca of GRAEF, a consultant for the Town of Wrightstown, answers questions via teleconference during last week’s
Submitted photoHigh School Assistant Principal Craig Haese operates the cash register for Margo Mancoske last week at lunch time due
Brian Roebke photoSupervisor Jesse Juedes leans toward the Town Chairman Bill Verbeten’s laptop computer to talk to Town Clerk Donna
By Brian RoebkeEditorVoters who want to vote early for the Nov. 3 general election won’t be able to show up
Brian Roebke photosWrightstown school administrators wore new, custom Wrightstown face coverings to last week’s board meeting. Pictured is Caroline Mihalski
The town of Wrightstown and St. Paul Lutheran Church are exchanging property that allows the town hall to be located
Brian Roebke photoDynamic Group Chief Technology Officer Dan Nemke said last week the planning process is nearing the end for
Brian Roebke photoMary Ladwig receives her Kaukauna Elks “Student of the Year” award from Jerry Brien for being valedictorian of
The Wisconsin FFA Agri-sci-ence Fair results were announced at the Wisconsin FFA Online Con-vention July 6-10.The Wrightstown FFA had two research projects
Brian Roebke photoSuperintendent Carla Buboltz presented the Wrightstown Community School District’s reopening plan at last week’s board of education meeting.