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Kati Anderson


Green Bay, WI, United States

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Past articles by Kati:

Green Bay School Board to discuss easing masking requirements for summer school

Summer school starts on June 14 and the district wanted to give families some time to react to the potential changes. → Read More

2021 Broadway Farmers Market now underway in Green Bay

This year, there are some social distancing practices in place, and booths are spread out, with hand sanitizer available throughout the market. → Read More

Packerland Fire District utilizing new training facility in Howard

Firefighters from Howard, Suamico and Pulaski are breaking in the newly built training facility to keep up on life saving skills. → Read More

Long awaited construction starts on Riverside Drive in Suamico

The village is adding a six-foot sidewalk, two crosswalks and more lighting to make it safer for pedestrians to get around. → Read More

City Council approves St. John’s Homeless Shelter initiative, reports to be submitted throughout program’s entirety

Homeless outreach advocates estimate there are about 40 people consistently resistant to help. → Read More

Green Bay School District prepares to bring more students back April 12

The district continues to hold vaccine clinics and expects about 85 percent of staff to be fully vaccinated by the time secondary students come back four days a week. → Read More

St. John’s Homeless Shelter staff propose pilot program to “Engage” homeless at area park

Shelter staff and the police department saw an increase of people using St. John’s park last summer, which caused some issues. → Read More

Green Bay City Councilors react to allegations of election mismanagement

Action 2 News first reported last week that a report spurred several republican lawmakers to call for the resignation of Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich. → Read More

State health health officials tracking COVD-19 with every flush

State health officials say sampling wastewater can help track other viruses too, like the flu or variants of COVID-19. → Read More

In Wisconsin, Friday means fish fry. But expect to pay more.

It’s another way the pandemic is affecting this Wisconsin tradition. → Read More

Green Bay City Clerk hoping to utilize $730K on future election preps

Turnout was about 8% in 2017 for the State Superintendent race according to WEC. → Read More

Lamers in need of more drivers as schools reopen; wait to get vaccine

Meanwhile, over at Green Bay Metro Transit, about 75 percent of its operators have already gotten the vaccine. → Read More

Green Bay in need of crossing guards as schools plan to reopen

There’s about 40 intersections across the city that need to be staffed with crossing guards. → Read More

Grocery store workers react to being included in next phase of vaccine rollout

Folks eligible to get the vaccine in Phase 1B could start getting them as early as March first, but it depends on vaccine distribution. → Read More

Green Bay School district makes small dent in CARES Act funding allocation

The district has until September of 2022 to draw on the money. → Read More

Green Bay School Board votes to bring students back, return date depends on teacher vaccination

The Green Bay School Board has voted to bring students back to the classroom, but it hinges on teachers availability to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Lambeau Field ready to host 8,000+ fans for playoff game

Spokespeople are warning people to not engage with anyone online advertising ticket sales online. → Read More

Local developer to give new life to East Town Mall

The idea is to bring all the stores to the front of the building facing the parking lot and then have a warehouse facility in the back. → Read More

Police, professors, and political party leaders weigh in on Capitol riots

Green Bay Police Chief gives insight on what police can do in a riot. → Read More

Unified School District of De Pere has architect looking at buildings to help bring kids back safely

We first told you in December, students will start to return to the classroom in January. → Read More