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  •  House Walk held Saturday in Chilton
     House Walk held Saturday in Chilton.
  • Local resident Esther Fischer is coordinating a collection drive for the residents of the Gatlinburg, Tennessee area who have been displaced by wildfires.

  • Christmas Concert

    New Holstein High School band and choral students held their Christmas Concert on Monday evening in the Thomas J. Lynch Auditorium at the High School.

  • This fall, Gold Cross Ambulance marks 25 years as a private, nonprofit, regional ambulance service owned and operated by two local health systems—Affinity Health System, part of Ascension, and ThedaCare.

  • The Robert & Patricia Endries Family Foundation will spread a little holiday cheer this season by participating in The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Match Day holiday fundraising initiative.

  • Parade of Lights a holiday favorite in Chilton
    Saturday's annual Parade of Lights in Chilton.
  • Police departments in Kiel, New Holstein, Brillion, and Chilton along with the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department will once again be having “Shop with a Cop” at the Chilton Walmart on Dec. 10.
  • Challenge Day at KHS

    Members of the freshman class took part in Challenge Day recently. Challenge Day presents an opportunity for students to appreciate and honor all people, despite their differences.

  • The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center continues its schedule for the 2016-’17 season of Second Saturdays-Journeys into Local History speakers’ series on Saturday, Dec. 10 with John Eastberg, executive director of the Pabst Mansion.
  • As kids, the current generation of Baker Cheese executives spent much of their free time in the same cheese factory where their great-grandfather, Frank Baker, developed his craft.

  • Firefighters travel to NH to use facility

    Instructors came from as far away as Milwaukee and Chicago and firefighters from as far away as the La Crosse area on Saturday to use the New Holstein Fire Department’s training facility for a special class on rescue techniques.

  • The Sheboygan County Planning and Conservation Department has announced it is again participating in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Deer (WI DNR) Donation Program.

  • New Kiel Board of Ed member OK’d

    Kiel Board of Education members received one application for the position left vacant by the recent resignation of former member Randall Bonde.

  • Chilton Police Department has received several grants and will continue education and improvements.

  • Thanks to generous donations from students, staff and community members, Moraine Park Technical College’s “Christmas in a Shoebox” donation drive far exceeded its 2016 goal.

  • Kiel Cub Scout leaders took one for the team
    Kiel Cub Scout leaders took one for the team at the November Pack Meeting for Cub Scout Pack 3833.
  • The choirs of Trinity Lutheran Church, 387 Cemetery Rd., Kiel (two miles east of the city off STH 32/57), will present their annual Advent concert to the community on Wednesday night, Dec. 7 starting at 6:30 p.m. beginning with preservice music at 6:20 p.m. by the adult handbell choir.
  • Brown, Calumet, Door, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca, Waushara, and Winnebago counties all will see a 12.9 percent increase in general transportation aids, as projected by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT), from calendar year 2017 to calendar year 2018 under DOT’s budget proposal.

  • To help meet the needs of the ever-changing dairy industry, CP Feeds is preparing to undergo changes.

  • Ya Ya Sisters Boutique opens in Stockbridge
    Amy Schmitz and Yvonne Mack are the proprietors of Stockbridge’s newest store, Ya Ya Sisters Boutique.

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