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2015-05-29

Hands Over the Fox set for Sunday

Organizers are expecting a large crowd for a postponed tribute to the victims of the Trestle Trail shooting in Menasha. The Hands Over the Fox event is Sunday night, at 7 p.m. Greg Vandenberg of U.S. Venture says they wanted…

posted 2015-05-29 13:04 by WHBY

Lawmakers reduce UW System cut

The Legislature's budget-writing committee is reducing Governor Walker's proposed $300 million cut to the UW System by $50 million. The Joint Finance Committee is voting on the cut Friday. The Republican-controlled panel doesn't plan to go along with Walker's proposal…

posted 2015-05-29 13:03 by WHBY

High court sides with Oneida Nation over G.B.

The state Supreme Court is siding with the Oneida Nation over a proposed alternative energy plant on Green Bay's northside. The city council reversed an earlier decision, in 2012, and revoked a permit that members issued for the facility. The…

posted 2015-05-29 13:02 by WHBY

Ribble learned importance of interstate early

During his first month in office, a congressman from northeast Wisconsin says he found out why Highway 41 needed to become an interstate. Republican Congressman Reid Ribble of Sherwood says he heard from a company that would only build a…

posted 2015-05-29 13:01 by WHBY

G.B. Farmers Market opening for season

The Green Bay Saturday Farmers Market kicks off tomorrow in the downtown. Over 100 vendors will line Washington Street, between Walnut and Stuart streets, from 7 a.m. to noon. Brehanna Skalutski is a spokeswoman for Downtown Green Bay. She says…

posted 2015-05-29 13:00 by WHBY

Happy Trails set for tomorrow

An annual bike ride through trails in the Fox Cities will draw attention to parts of Kimberly and Little Chute tomorrow. Fox Cities Greenways puts together the Happy Trails event. The 11-mile ride starts at Telulah Park in Appleton. Organizer…

posted 2015-05-29 12:59 by WHBY

Developer shows of plans for The Cedars

The redevelopment of the former Kimberly paper mill site will start with housing and commercial space. Developer Randy Stadtmueller hosted an open house, on The Cedars last night. He says they're going to renovate a part of the mill, for…

posted 2015-05-29 05:05 by WHBY

I-41 signs going up

It's been about a month since Highway 41 officially became I-41, and now drivers will start seeing the I-41 signs. Officials unveiled a sign in the Green Bay area, yesterday. They also talked about the advantages of having a new…

posted 2015-05-29 05:04 by WHBY

Aubinger: Plan needed for Brown Co. Arena

An Ashwaubenon leader is calling on Brown County to come up with a long-term plan for the Brown County Arena. Village President Mike Aubinger says there are significant roof and plumbing issues, and fixing them would be expensive. He says…

posted 2015-05-29 05:03 by WHBY

Kaufert excited about Menasha Corp. project

The Menasha Corporation is building a new headquarters in Neenah, and the city's leader hopes it's a sign of things to come. Mayor Dean Kaufert says the company's $28 million project provides stability for its employees and suppliers. He says…

posted 2015-05-29 05:02 by WHBY

Appleton police training with new body cameras

Every Appleton patrol officer will soon have a body camera. The department bought 86 of them, and officers will start using them next month. Sgt. Dave Lund says they're all going through training this week on how, and when. to…

posted 2015-05-29 05:01 by WHBY

2015-05-28

Menasha Corporation breaks ground

Menasha Corporation officially broke ground today on its new headquarters, along I-41 in Neenah. The $28 million project will replace a 50-year-old building with a state-of-the-art facility. Menasha Packaging president Mike Waite says it will create a more collaborative work…

posted 2015-05-28 13:05 by WHBY

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