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Boyd Williams, who has been with the YMCA for two decades, succeeds Dan Dummermuth who accepted a position with the YMCA of Middle Tennessee in February.
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The past four months the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center and Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass have been working on a project "Changed for Good" which uses themes from the Broadway production WICKED to engage a classroom of students from Appleton Central High School.
An employee of a tavern requested that two men be removed from the premises. The men had been fighting and would not leave the bar.
First National Bank - Fox Valley announced plans Wednesday to open a new branch on the north side of Appleton.
Former Menasha alderman Chris Klein announced Wednesday he will run as a Republican for Assembly in District 57 to replace Penny Bernard Schaber, who's running for state Senate.
A new gathering place for youngsters will be coming soon to a site in Menasha. Last week, community and youth leaders announced that a Boys & Girls Club will open in the city by the summer of 2015.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin recently presented an Engineering Excellence Award to the City of Neenah and MSA Professional Services, Beaver Dam, for the community's roundabout project.
When George Scherck became Neenah mayor in 2002, he asked people to address him as they had before he took office.
U.S. Rep. Tom Petri recently announced that he will not seek reelection. The announcement came during a town meeting at the Neenah, Wis., City Council Chambers.
Jeffery Page and Lori Hamstra, both of Oshkosh. Joshua Webb and Brittany Crane, both of Oshkosh.
April M. Allen and Bradley M. Allen, both of Oshkosh. Daniel Conger and Marchelle Conger, both of Oshkosh.
In this April 23, 2013, file photo Wisconsin Sen. Mike Ellis, R-Neenah, directs a question during a hearing in Madison, Wis.
In what amounts to the first leg of a spring farewell tour with constituents, U.S. Rep. Tom Petri on Monday refused to blame pressure from within his own party for nudging him out of office, saying instead there was no single reason for stepping down at the end of 18 terms.