The Post-Crescent (Appleton-Fox Cities, Wisconsin)

The Post-Crescent (Appleton-Fox Cities, Wisconsin) Post-Crescent Media is the most comprehensive source of news, sports and entertainment in northeast Wisconsin. Page admins have the right to ban readers who write racist, sexist, homophobic or other derogatory terms.

The roots of Post-Crescent Media go back to 1853, when the Ryan brothers collaborated to print The Appleton Crescent, named after a big bend in the Fox River that swept around the building where the weekly paper was printed. It was created primarily to further the cause of the Democratic Party. In 1859, the Republican Party launched The Appleton Motor, which in 1866 became The Appleton Post. The two papers battled — first as weeklies, then as dailies — until Feb. 2, 1920, when a merger produced the Appleton Post-Crescent. The paper moved to its current Washington Street location in 1932, and remained family owned until 1983, when it was purchased by Thomson Newspapers. The Post-Crescent's print operations moved to a new facility on July 11, 2000, and the sale of the paper to Gannett Co. Inc. was completed 10 days later.

Mission: Post-Crescent Media provides northeast Wisconsin residents with the fastest, deepest and most accurate reporting in print and online.

The Appleton Area School District plans to beef up its in-person instruction over the next two months.
02/23/2021
Appleton schools plan more in-person days for grades 5-12. Here are the details.

The Appleton Area School District plans to beef up its in-person instruction over the next two months.

District officials said Monday they hope to bring grades five and six back to classrooms full-time starting March 15. Starting April 5, they hope to double in-person instruction for grades 7-12 to four days a week, with Wednesdays reserved for online learning.

For subscribers: Caliber Collision, a national autobody repair and paint shop chain, plans to open a location at 800 W. ...
02/22/2021
The Buzz: Neenah approves plans for new Caliber Collision location

For subscribers: Caliber Collision, a national autobody repair and paint shop chain, plans to open a location at 800 W. Winneconne Ave.

Pending state approval for a special-use permit, Caliber Collision will open in the former AIA Corporation building on Winneconne Avenue in Neenah.

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