Archives: May 2017

Back to Life

Little Chute lock house renovation preserves a piece of the past On Mill Street in Little Chute sits a small, but sturdy home that is swimming with history. It sits along the canal system of the Fox River which was built in the late 1800s to house 17 hand-operated locks. The only fully restored, hand-operated READ MORE

100 Years Strong

72-year Oshkosh Corporation veteran helps company celebrate centennial   Clarence Jungwirth recalls sitting in a foxhole beneath a radiant New Guinea moon, updating the daily log of killed and wounded infantrymen on his portable typewriter set atop a discarded box. “The army needed that record every day, so during lulls in combat I would do READ MORE

Brunch Club

The Fox Cities know how to celebrate the meal weekends made famous By Amelia Compton Wolff & Hibah Ansari Who doesn’t love a meal that is also a verb? Brunching is practically a sport in the Fox Valley, where bacon comes candied and no eyebrows are raised at vodka before noon. In honor of prime READ MORE