Brian Roebke photoSchool Board President Tom Eggert speaks to guest Kimberly Denkins at last week’s Wrightstown Community School District meeting.
Submitted photoWrightstown Middle School students weave yarn through the circular arrangement of 32 poles in a large field in front
Brian Roebke photoThe Village of Wrightstown has spruced up public areas in the village this spring, including placing new woodchips
Brian Roebke photoWrightstown High School leave the No. 2 ranked school in the Greater Green Bay area on Friday afternoon.
Lauren Broman (pictured above) advanced after finishing as first runner-up each of the past two years. Seven members of the
Brian Roebke photoTown of Holland elected officials were sworn in at the end of last week’s meeting held at Van
Brian Roebke photoBoard of Education President Mike Van Eperen speaks at the groundbreaking for the building additions and renovations in
Brian Roebke photoOrganizer Marjorie Fritsch hands prize bags to kids at Saturday’s Way-Morr Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt at Way-Morr
Brian Roebke photosWrightstown High School Technology and Engineering Instructor and team coach Scott Hannemann (right) speaks about the new eSports
Brian Roebke photoThe lettering on the windows of the former Wrightstown Post Office have been removed, as have the boxes
Submitted photoLauren Broman, Megan Centeno, Kendra Brandl, Ethan Anderson had entries in this year’s Wisconsin High School Forensic district festival.
Brian Roebke photosWrightstown basketball fans cheer during Friday’s WIAA Boys Basketball State Tournament held at the Menominee Nation Arena in
Wrightstown basketball coach Cory Haese gets some face time on television after the Tigers beat Brillion, advancing to the WIAA
Submitted photoWrightstown won its first North Eastern Conference Forensics championship last week. Pictured are Dylan Christensen and Lauren Broman. Not pictured
Brian Roebke photoBrown County Supervisor Devon Coenen (right) discusses the county treasurer’s proposal to have towns and villages take over