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Jessica Diederich, CEO of Greater Green Bay Habitat, speaks during the unveiling of the Rock the Block program.

De Pere rocks the block for revitalization

Apr 2, 20244 min read
On March 20, the Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity unveiled a new program in the De Pere City Hall Council Chambers that is designed to enhance the well-being of community members.
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Lau named new West De Pere superintendent

Mar 15, 20242 min read
Dr. Jason Lau has been named the newest superintendent of the School District of West De Pere.
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City of De Pere launches new reporting app

Feb 27, 20245 min read
The city of De Pere’s new community engagement app is here, and with luck, it will make life in De Pere easier for both residents and city employees.
Abbot Pennings School

Video: Abbot Pennings High School razing

Dec 22, 20231 min read

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In February 1960, John F. Kennedy made a campaign stop at St. Norbert College, where he spoke with then president, Dennis Burke. St. Norbert photo

SNC 125: Moving forward with a clear identity

Dec 17, 20233 min read
In 1983, Dr. Thomas Manion became president — inaugurated as the fifth for the school now in its 85th year — succeeding Neil Webb.
Milwaukee Brewers Chief Operating Officer (COO) Marti Wronski recently spoke to a sold-out room at St. Norbert College (SNC) as part of the college’s CEO Breakfast Series. Kris Leonhardt photo

Milwaukee Brewers COO speaks at St. Norbert College

Dec 17, 20234 min read
Milwaukee Brewers Chief Operating Officer (COO) Marti Wronski recently spoke to a sold-out room at St. Norbert College (SNC) as part of the college’s CEO Breakfast Series.
De Pere Greenwood Cemetery Association President Julie Sowers speaks during the Nov. 27 ground-breaking ceremony. Kris Leonhardt photo

De Pere cemetery launches restoration project

Dec 12, 20233 min read
For over 160 years, the De Pere Greenwood Cemetery has been a resting place for generations of families, including some of the most notable individuals who founded the city of De Pere.
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SNC 125: An identity crisis

Dec 10, 20233 min read
In September 1969, college faculty voted 48-30 to consider a new name and the adoption of a motto to represent a changing school.
St. Norbert President Rev. D.M. Burke turns the ground during the ceremony for the new campus student union building. Press-Gazette photo

SNC 125: St. Norbert will be ready

Dec 3, 20233 min read
After World War II, enrollments made a large increase. In 1952, the college became coeducational under the leadership of Abbot Bernard Pennings, who continued in this role until his retirement in 1955.
Mulva Cultural Center building

Mulva Cultural Center to open to public Dec. 8

Dec 1, 20233 min read
The $100 million, 75,000 square-foot Mulva Cultural Center in downtown De Pere will open its doors to the public on Friday, Dec. 8.
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