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February 21, 2012 – Spring Primary - Offices for election:  Outagamie County Board Supervisor, Districts 11 and 16; City of Appleton Mayor; City of Appleton Alderperson, Districts 4 and 10; Village of Little Chute Trustee; Freedom Area School District School Board Member; Hortonville Area School District School Board Member.  Municipalities/school district report local results.  Official for Outagamie County Supervisory Districts 11 & 16 are listed below:

Type B-C-D Notice  - Outagamie and parts of Calumet and Winnebago County - includes candidate listing and referendum

Municipal Report of Pending Absentee Ballots & Provisional Ballots (Information will be reported election night. Note: The Outagamie County Clerk will be assisting some municipalities in reporting this information. Other municipalities will be posting their own information on their municipal websites.)

Combine hands-on learning with academic coursework, and get ready for in-demand jobs in growing fields of engineering technology. We partner with regional leaders and technical colleges so that you will be prepared for an ever-changing industry. Get the technical skills that will make you an expert, and the critical thinking that will make you indispensable.

Standing beneath the airplanes as they came in for landing, the roar of the engine and the size of the airplane had 3-year-old Kodye Shier hooked. He said it was then he knew he wanted to fly.

Now, at 22, Shier has already made his dream come true – he graduated from Fox Valley Technical College with a degree in aviation in 2011 – and is a pilot rated for commercial single and multi-engine land and airplane instruments. He can fly.

In spring 2012, Shier will began his aviation-focused coursework at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to earn a bachelor’s degree. The coursework is part of a new agreement between  UW Oshkosh and FVTC  that allows students in aeronautics pilot training and aircraft electronics programs at FVTC to transfer credits into a UWO aviation management emphasis. The agreement was solidified with signatures from UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard H. Wells and FVTC President Susan May July 12; the signing appropriately took place at the Experimental Aircraft Association Museum in Oshkosh.

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