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Loop the Little Lake Update

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Tuesday, 10/17/17 the joint N-M Councils approved the contractor quote for 2 trestle bridge construction to Pheifer Brothers! From WHBY’s “Fresh Take” with Josh Dukelow… October 13, 2017 12:02 pm After years of rallying the community, raising funds, and working with local leaders, Future Neenah is excited to see the Loop the Little Lake trail… read more

Walking Neenah

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A Walk In The Clouds The sunrise… the beginning of something amazing and wonderful, it represents opportunity and commerce. It’s this first thing that I see this morning and I decide to enjoy it. To begin my sunrise morning walk around the block, I slip on my sneakers and make my way downstairs. As my… read more

Walking Neenah

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From Downtown to Kimberly Point – A Walking Tour My family has lived in the Village of Fox Crossings for almost twenty years. We often spend our weekends cleaning the house, running errands, watching sporting events, or spending time with friends and family. Whenever we go into downtown Neenah and walk around, it is always… read more

Walking Neenah

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This week’s ‘Walking Neenah’ takes the shape of a poem: The Tranquil Night Dark as the midnight Raven Flicks of light rushing past Wash of the night, my expression graven My sullen gaze, unsurpassed   Muck of the surrounding terrain Natural, Universal, Ordinary The aroma of the earth’s dark rich veins Familiar Atmosphere, January Cold,… read more

Walking Neenah

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Five Minutes Away We all live such busy lives, it seems impossible to find any time to step away from it all. Just a block from my house, I trod along down a mottled sidewalk. Glancing up, I find a seemingly endless row of trees; now, in the early summer, lush foliage reaches out in… read more

Walking Neenah

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Kimberly Point Breathtaking sights, waterways, trails… While I have been living here for more than half of my life, I am still surprised to find something new every day. There is so much to explore, it takes so long to go everywhere and embrace everything there is here to see. A commonly known place in… read more

Walking Neenah

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When my parents moved to Mahler Farms Subdivision in 2000, they nicknamed it Pleasantville after a 1998 movie set in a 1950’s Midwestern town where everything is seemingly perfect. If you take a 20 minute stroll around the 1.3 mile path that surrounds the neighborhood, you will quickly understand their comparison. Bill Miller Trail is… read more

Humans of Neenah

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Neal Schultz has lived an interesting life. If you just looked at him, you probably wouldn’t have guessed that he is 75 years old. Born on February 26, 1941 Mr. Schultz has had a pretty happy life and even bravely served our country. That doesn’t mean there weren’t hardships. Mr. Schultz had moved to Neenah… read more

Humans of Neenah

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Live While You’re Young In memory of Bob Douglas, MD 2-22-31 to 1-24-17 “Do things while you’re young,” was a message that resounded with Nan and Bob Douglas who have been residents of Neenah for 54 years and counting. They have two children Robyn and Bruce Douglas. Bob is a quiet, smart and soft spoken… read more