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Breaking the cycle: Substance abuse — a constant across generations

By Kris Leonhardt Editor-in-chief As generational cycles occur, negative patterns and traits are known to transfer through multiple generations via learned behavior, family dynamics and environment. We continue to explore five northeast Wisconsin intergenerational family issues — physical health, alcoholism and drug use, mental health, education and housing — and what some organizations are doing …

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Wording of applications changed in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – To clarify background information required to disclose on a license or permit application, the village board approved a wording revision Tuesday, Dec. 15. The change is in response to applicants being denied a license, such as one required for an individual to sell alcoholic beverages, because of how …

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Ashwaubenon PAC to remain alcohol-free

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The Performing Arts Center will remain an alcohol-free facility. During a joint meeting of Ashwaubenon’s school and village boards Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the old high school auditorium, the school board unanimously voted to continue the district’s policy of not allowing alcohol on school property, including at the …

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Proposal to allow alcohol at some PAC events discussed

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The possibility of allowing alcohol at some Performing Arts Center non-school events was discussed Wednesday, July 10, by the Ashwaubenon school board. The PAC, which is located on school property and funded by both the district and the Village of Ashwaubenon, has not served alcohol at events since …

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Flexibility proposed for licensed outdoor areas

Fencing wouldn’t necessarily be required for outdoor areas licensed for alcohol By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – Outdoor areas licensed to have alcohol in them wouldn’t necessarily have to have a fence around the perimeter under a proposed village ordinance amendment being forwarded for final approval later this month by the Ashwaubenon village board. …

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