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  • 7th grader wins NHMS Geography Bee medal
    The annual New Holstein Middle School National Geographic Geography Bee was held Thursday, Jan. 21.
    Each of the social studies teachers held a preliminary competition in their rooms and two winners from each class then competed at the school level. Twenty-four students, eight from each grade, qualified for this year’s bee.
  • Divine Savior celebrates during week
    Celebrating the fact that Catholic Schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service, Divine Savior Catholic School had a week of activities focusing on that theme as they celebrated Catholic Schools week.
  • Zion Lutheran’s Women in Mission will be sponsoring a Woman’s Day on Saturday, March 12 at the New Holstein church.
    The theme for the day will be “Lights in a Dark World” based on Matthew 5:14-16. Keynote speaker will be Elaine Bickel of Millington, Michigan. Bickel is an author, youth and family life director, retired teacher and principal and a popular humorous and inspirational speaker. She will help attendees to address the issue of how to be a light for Christ in a world darkened by sin.
  • This year all fifth and sixth grade Quest students at Kiel Middle School are working together on a collaborative Service Learning Project to help make an impact of the hungry individuals in area communities.
  • FFA Speaking Contest held in Chilton
    Chilton High School FFA Chapter was the host of the District 27 FFA Speaking Contest held on Monday, Feb. 8.
  • Ledge View Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd., Chilton, has a couple of programs coming up in February.
  • Experience hope and healing after domestic abuse as Faith Lutheran Church in Valders hosts Ryan Lanning presenting “Megan’s Story” on Saturday, Feb. 13 starting at 1 p.m. at the church, 255 Roosevelt St.
  • Winter Carnival at NHES
    A Winter Carnival was held Friday, Jan. 29 New Holstein Elementary School. A variety of activities and games were staged as part of the carnival with assistance from some community groups.
  • Now in its 30th year, the Zoerb Family Scholarship is presented annually by the Zoerb family in memory of Dr. Zoerb, who was a local veterinarian serving the area in the 1950s and ‘60s.
    A $2,500 one-time cash award goes to a graduating senior from either New Holstein or Kiel high schools who will pursue their college education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • The New Holstein High School Agriculture Department and FFA Chapter are hosting an Open House during National FFA Week on Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 4:30 to 8 p.m.
  • Fun at KACP Winter Carnival!
    Families joined in the fun at the Kiel Cooperative Preschool Winter Carnival held Saturday at Kiel City Hall.
  • Riesterer & Schnell, Inc. is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year by giving back to the community that so generously supported their longevity.
  • Spring swimming lessons will be offered through the Chilton School District beginning this month.
  • The New Holstein Police Department recently requested the public’s help in locating a hit-and-run driver who was involved in a hit-and-run crash on Sunday, Jan. 10 at approximately 1:05 a.m. in the 2400 block of Wisconsin Avenue.
  • City of New Holstein residents residing in Aldermanic District 3 are reminded that they must fill out a document at City Hall by this Friday if they are interested in seeking election to an open aldermanic seat on the Common Council.
  • Five candidates are seeking a position on the Kiel Board of Education.
    The four candidates receiving the most votes at the Feb. 16 primary will face off in the April election to fill two seats on the board.
    The following information was provided by each candidate.
  • Silver  success
    Perfect conditions marked the 25th annual Kiel Area Association of Commerce Ice Sculpting contest Saturday.
    A total of 44 entries participated in the competition, including past champions and first time carving teams.
  • Chilton Police Chief Craig Plehn will monitor the complaints at area liquor license establishments through the summer months of 2016.
    Chilton City Council approved the recommendation received from the City’s Public Safety Committee at the Feb. 2 regular meeting of the council.
    According to Plehn, a letter was sent to all current liquor license holders indicating that in the future the City of Chilton could potentially implement a merit system to address citizen complaints. Plehn said the merit system does work in other cities.
  • Dance team competed in the dance regional
    Chilton High School’s dance team competed in the dance regional in Kimberly.
  • With the completion of the New Holstein High School/Middle School Library Media Center, the New Holstein School District will be having an event for the public that will both be an open house and dedication of the vision of Bill Van Meer.

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