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Past articles by Dakota:

Teacher Finds New Branch of Family Tree after DNA Testing

Imagine finding out that the life and family you thought you knew... wasn’t what you thought. → Read More

Heckrodt Wetland Reserve closes part of trail to protect barred owls

The Heckrodt Wetland Reserve in Menasha closed a specific piece of trail due in part to “unacceptable visitor behavior”. → Read More

EAA Museum expanding for more aviation education and training opportunities

On Monday, the EAA Museum broke ground on a new project. → Read More

Downtown Appleton seeing boom in residential living opportunities

Several new apartment complexes are popping up in downtown Appleton. → Read More

Restaurant industry facing worker shortage as business comes back

Restaurants lost a lot of business last year due to the pandemic. but now things are looking up, a new problem is plaguing the industry. → Read More

The Grand Oshkosh’s new signs signal new avenues for revenue

The Grand Oshkosh recently added some upgrades that not only give it a fresh look, but also open the way for a new form of revenue. → Read More

UWO's new mental health awareness campaign aimed at veterans

UW-Oshkosh recently kicked off a new mental health campaign, targeted toward a particularly vulnerable population. → Read More

St. Joseph Food Program’s new drive-thru is up and running

A couple weeks ago Action 2 News first reported about St. Joseph Food Pantry’s plans to switch up its distribution method. The new drive-thru started up for the first time this week. → Read More

Kaukauna Veterinary Clinic raising awareness on veterinarian suicide risk

The Kaukauna Veterinary Clinic works to keep pets happy and healthy. But recently an industry issue hit close to home when the practice manager learned of a Madison veterinarian who died by suicide last week. → Read More

Oneida Nation reacts to historic confirmation of first Native American cabinet member

The Senate confirmed New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland as President Biden’s interior secretary Monday. It makes Haaland, a member of the Laguna Pueblo Tribe, the first Native American to hold a cabinet position. → Read More

Discussion continues for proposed development in Lakeside Park

Several community members, both for and against the proposed plans, spoke during a City Council meeting on Wednesday → Read More

Free transportation to and from vaccine appointments available in Outagamie, Calumet, and Winnebago Co.

People struggling to get transportation to and from vaccine appointments now have more options. → Read More

St. Joseph Food Program will soon start new distribution method

The St. Joseph Food Program in Menasha has been busy over the last year, and is changing its distribution method to better meet demand. → Read More

Jake’s Network of Hope moves into larger space to meet greater need

A local nonprofit that serves as a diaper bank saw need increase in the last year, and in response its mission has grown. → Read More

City of Appleton looking to hire more election workers ahead of spring election

The spring election is a month away and the City of Appleton is looking to hire some help. → Read More

Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team to host community healing event after Fox River Mall shooting

An upcoming community healing event aims to help people who find themselves struggling after last month’s Fox River Mall shooting. → Read More

Neenah-Menasha Fire Department warns against using ovens as heat source

As the winter weather gets even colder, people will be looking for ways to keep their homes cozy and warm. Recently a Fox Valley fire department discovered one home using an unusual and unsafe source of heat. → Read More

Mental health response, resources available after traumatic event

Amid all of the law enforcement response to the Fox River Mall shooting, one volunteer team was specifically there to assist people with the emotional toll traumatic events can cause.Now the Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team and other Fox Valley organizations are prepared to continue that care. → Read More

Glasses for color blindness donated to New London School District

A recent donation to the New London School District is helping some students see more clearly. → Read More

Fox Valley parks hope weather conditions improve for winter activities

Parks departments across the fox valley hope to see weather conditions cooperate, so some more traditional winter recreation can happen this season. → Read More