Brian Roebke photoSenior students honored by the Greenleaf Wrightstown Optimist are Jack Van Zeeland, Briley Durocher, Alexa Leick, and Kyla
Andrew Hanlon photoWrightstown’s Ethan Vande Hey, even sans headgear at one point, was able to beat Kaukauna’s Clay Wendzicki with
Submitted photoGreenleaf native Tim Beining drove from his home in Florida to Washington D.C. last week for the “March for
File photoWrightstown senior guard Jack Van Zeeland went off for 37 points in the Tigers’ comeback win on the road
Submitted photoKatie Haese is teaching all-virtual students in the Wrightstown Community School District from the corner of her living room.
School board member Sarah Hock receives one of the rabbits her daughter Madeline is using for her agriscience project this
Brian Roebke photoWhoa! Technology has reached the Wrightstown Town Hall, with a new sound and video system that allows town
Richard and Dave Diedrick erected a new message on the Southern Brown County Conservation Club’s billboard on Highway 57 in
Brian Roebke photoBoard President Mike Van Eperen views the screen showing the middle and elementary school building additions and renovations
Brian Roebke photoConcrete walls are forming the outside of SD Wheel, a new business under construction on Highway U in
By Brian RoebkeEditor“It could not have gone better” were the words of Village of Wrightstown Clerk/Treasurer Michelle Seidl the day
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,