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  • Kiel Homecoming spirit spurs Raiders to victory - VIDEO
    Kiel High School held its Homecoming activities last week including the annual Homecoming Parade on Friday afternoon. During halftime of the football game won by the Raiders, band percussionists clanked on some metal garbage cans. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Kiel Homecoming spirit spurs Raiders to victory - VIDEO
    Kiel High School held its Homecoming activities last week including the annual Homecoming Parade on Friday afternoon. During halftime of the football game won by the Raiders, band percussionists clanked on some metal garbage cans. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Mid-Shores HBA Parade of Homes - VIDEO
    One of the homes featured at the 7th annual Mid-Shores HBA Parade of Homes held Oct. 2-4 was constructed by Charles Carpentry LLC. The two-story home, owned by Dennis and Jill Preissner, is located on a Sheboygan River lot along Rockville Road, Kiel. Along with Energy Star® the Charles Carpentry team and its subcontractors employed safe, energy efficient building techniques helping the owner re-coup the cost of their project through energy efficient operation. Views of the home's interior include its kitchen, a sitting room adjacent to the kitchen with a view of the river, the great room with fireplace, the five bedrooms including the master bedroom and his and her sinks and private water closet; the home's main entry, and a finished lower level offering a game room, wet bar and entertainment center with fireplace. Five other homes were featured. Visitors toured homes on Andrews Drive, Valders, and Cedar Terrace Road, Kiel constructed by Christel & Heiberger Builders, Inc.; a home on Rockland Beach Road, Hilbert, by K&J Construction and Design LLC; a home on McKayla Drive, town of Harrison by Schmidt Bros Custom Homes, Inc.; and a home on Golf View Drive, Brillion by JMR Builders LLC. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEOS
  • Mid-Shores HBA Parade of Homes - VIDEO
    One of the homes featured at the 7th annual Mid-Shores HBA Parade of Homes held Oct. 2-4 was constructed by Charles Carpentry LLC. The two-story home, owned by Dennis and Jill Preissner, is located on a Sheboygan River lot along Rockville Road, Kiel. Along with Energy Star® the Charles Carpentry team and its subcontractors employed safe, energy efficient building techniques helping the owner re-coup the cost of their project through energy efficient operation. Views of the home's interior include its kitchen, a sitting room adjacent to the kitchen with a view of the river, the great room with fireplace, the five bedrooms including the master bedroom and his and her sinks and private water closet; the home's main entry, and a finished lower level offering a game room, wet bar and entertainment center with fireplace. Five other homes were featured. Visitors toured homes on Andrews Drive, Valders, and Cedar Terrace Road, Kiel constructed by Christel & Heiberger Builders, Inc.; a home on Rockland Beach Road, Hilbert, by K&J Construction and Design LLC; a home on McKayla Drive, town of Harrison by Schmidt Bros Custom Homes, Inc.; and a home on Golf View Drive, Brillion by JMR Builders LLC. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEOS
  • New Holstein Homecoming Week - VIDEO
    Last week was Homecoming Week at New Holstein High School, and it got rolling with the annual Powder Puff football game on Tuesday evening. Halftime of that game always features the junior and senior boys doing their respective dance routines. While the homecoming parade on Friday was cancelled, a pep assembly was held in the school gym and included a tug-of-war competition won by the seniors. That class won that competition all four years it has been in high school. Teachers Ted Bonde and Seth Nielsen performed a ribbon dance as well, much to the delight of students. High school choir members sang with the Rock Bottom band on a Rolling Stones number. A pumped-up Husky football team went on to defeat a solid Waupun squad in Friday night's football game. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • New Holstein Homecoming Week - VIDEO
    Last week was Homecoming Week at New Holstein High School, and it got rolling with the annual Powder Puff football game on Tuesday evening. Halftime of that game always features the junior and senior boys doing their respective dance routines. While the homecoming parade on Friday was cancelled, a pep assembly was held in the school gym and included a tug-of-war competition won by the seniors. That class won that competition all four years it has been in high school. Teachers Ted Bonde and Seth Nielsen performed a ribbon dance as well, much to the delight of students. High school choir members sang with the Rock Bottom band on a Rolling Stones number. A pumped-up Husky football team went on to defeat a solid Waupun squad in Friday night's football game. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Kiel Ruby Rockers Fall Harvest Gala
    A Kiel Ruby Rockers Fall Harvest Gala took place at Millhome Supper Club Sept. 30. The event attracted 44 chapters, totaling nearly 400 ladies from southeast Wisconsin. The event included a luncheon and entertainment. Humorist July Collins of Sheboygan, dressed as an Idaho potato, kept the ladies chuckling with a sassy play on words monologue. This was followed by a Fun Fashion Show in which funny garb was worn and modeled. The show was officially named Judy's Crazee Fashfuns, created and narrated by Collins with assistance from Patti Coz-Charles. Modeling the zany outfits were Diane Nett, Luann Twohig, Roberta Isaacs, Fran Beckmann and Michelle May. Raffles and door prizes were awarded. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO.
  • Kiel Ruby Rockers Fall Harvest Gala
    A Kiel Ruby Rockers Fall Harvest Gala took place at Millhome Supper Club Sept. 30. The event attracted 44 chapters, totaling nearly 400 ladies from southeast Wisconsin. The event included a luncheon and entertainment. Humorist July Collins of Sheboygan, dressed as an Idaho potato, kept the ladies chuckling with a sassy play on words monologue. This was followed by a Fun Fashion Show in which funny garb was worn and modeled. The show was officially named Judy's Crazee Fashfuns, created and narrated by Collins with assistance from Patti Coz-Charles. Modeling the zany outfits were Diane Nett, Luann Twohig, Roberta Isaacs, Fran Beckmann and Michelle May. Raffles and door prizes were awarded. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO.
  • Dive rescue team undertakes training in Chilton - VIDEO
    The first class of 12 individuals underwent intensive dive rescue team training this past weekend using the classroom and indoor pool at Chilton Middle School. A second class of 12 individuals will experience the same training evenings this week. Training is being provided by Green Bay Scuba which is owned by Al Pahnke. Three instructors worked with groups of four individuals. Trainees are volunteers from area fire departments who ultimately will be equipped to perform below ice and water surface rescue operations on Lake Winnebago and other nearby bodies of water. The funding for this has been obtained through generous contributions from area individuals, businesses and service organizations.The organization of a dive team was prompted by tragic incidents occurring in the eastern and northern portions of Lake Winnebago where no area dive team rescue operation existed. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Dive rescue team undertakes training in Chilton - VIDEO
    The first class of 12 individuals underwent intensive dive rescue team training this past weekend using the classroom and indoor pool at Chilton Middle School. A second class of 12 individuals will experience the same training evenings this week. Training is being provided by Green Bay Scuba which is owned by Al Pahnke. Three instructors worked with groups of four individuals. Trainees are volunteers from area fire departments who ultimately will be equipped to perform below ice and water surface rescue operations on Lake Winnebago and other nearby bodies of water. The funding for this has been obtained through generous contributions from area individuals, businesses and service organizations.The organization of a dive team was prompted by tragic incidents occurring in the eastern and northern portions of Lake Winnebago where no area dive team rescue operation existed. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Steam and Gas Engine Show - VIDEO
    The R.S. Vintage Steels 21st Annual Steam & Gas Engine Show which this year featured the Massey-Harris tractor line took place Sept. 19-20 at Calumetville. The event featured a rock crusher, saw mill, shingle mill, blacksmith, antique tractors, gas & steam engines, a flea market, toy tractor displays, special antique, boat motor displays, threshing, antique general store, primitive camping and antique cars & trucks. A parade of equipment took place both days. Next year's event will feature the Minneapolis-Moline tractor line. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Steam and Gas Engine Show - VIDEO
    The R.S. Vintage Steels 21st Annual Steam & Gas Engine Show which this year featured the Massey-Harris tractor line took place Sept. 19-20 at Calumetville. The event featured a rock crusher, saw mill, shingle mill, blacksmith, antique tractors, gas & steam engines, a flea market, toy tractor displays, special antique, boat motor displays, threshing, antique general store, primitive camping and antique cars & trucks. A parade of equipment took place both days. Next year's event will feature the Minneapolis-Moline tractor line. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Chilton Homecoming Pep Rally - VIDEO
    Chilton High School observed homecoming activities last week (Sept. 14-18) Class competitions occurred all week, including dress-up days, hall decorating and business window painting. On Friday, the student body assembled in the gymnasium for a pep rally in anticipation of the school's football game that evening - the Chilton Tigers against the Mischicot Indians. Band renditions, competitions, routines by the cheerleading team and dance team and cheers made up part of the pep rally. A parade of decorated floats followed in downtown Chilton. Saturday night a dance was held in the high school commons. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Chilton Homecoming Pep Rally - VIDEO
    Chilton High School observed homecoming activities last week (Sept. 14-18) Class competitions occurred all week, including dress-up days, hall decorating and business window painting. On Friday, the student body assembled in the gymnasium for a pep rally in anticipation of the school's football game that evening - the Chilton Tigers against the Mischicot Indians. Band renditions, competitions, routines by the cheerleading team and dance team and cheers made up part of the pep rally. A parade of decorated floats followed in downtown Chilton. Saturday night a dance was held in the high school commons. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • St. Nazians Annual Street Fest - VIDEO
    St. Nazianz held its annual Street Fest Saturday, Sept. 19 with a parade, music, food and entertainment. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • St. Nazians Annual Street Fest - VIDEO
    St. Nazianz held its annual Street Fest Saturday, Sept. 19 with a parade, music, food and entertainment. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO
  • Fall Food & Energy Fest VIDEO
    Ledge View Nature Center was the site of the Fifth Annual Fall Food and Energy Fest which occurred Sept. 12. The food at the Fest is hearty, locally grown and natural organic. Also available were fresh-pressed apple juice, root beer floats, burgers, toasted cheese sandwiches, chili, Scoop's Ice Cream Parlor's homemade ice cream, and Bourguignon Stew. Farmer's Market items featured fresh produce. Home brewed beer and wine booths picqued the interest of visitors. Renewable energy exhibits, plug-in cars and other alternative sustainable energy sources were showcased. Fun games for kids included scarecrow stuffing, pumpkin painting and a hay bale maze. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO.
  • Fall Food & Energy Fest VIDEO
    Ledge View Nature Center was the site of the Fifth Annual Fall Food and Energy Fest which occurred Sept. 12. The food at the Fest is hearty, locally grown and natural organic. Also available were fresh-pressed apple juice, root beer floats, burgers, toasted cheese sandwiches, chili, Scoop's Ice Cream Parlor's homemade ice cream, and Bourguignon Stew. Farmer's Market items featured fresh produce. Home brewed beer and wine booths picqued the interest of visitors. Renewable energy exhibits, plug-in cars and other alternative sustainable energy sources were showcased. Fun games for kids included scarecrow stuffing, pumpkin painting and a hay bale maze. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEO.



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