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  • Officials of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region announced Wednesday (Oct. 5) that USH 151 (East Chestnut Street) in the city of Chilton will open to traffic by noon tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 6.
  • Fire causes severe damage to Quality Painters, Inc. in Chilton.
  • Fire destroys metal building Thursday, Sept. 25 on a farm in Chilton. 
  • A blood drive is being held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24 on Hornstead Dairy at rural Brillion in honor of a dairy farmer who was injured during a tractor rollover accident in July.
    Jason "Jake" Pansier of rural De Pere in Brown County received more than 250 units of blood during his treatment and recovery. He is a member of the family of Kevin Leiterman, whose wife Amber Horn-Leiterman is organizing the blood drive.
  • The Calumet County Public Health Department will be offering flu shots to the community.
    Flu vaccines for adults with Medicare Part B or "Medicare Advantage Plans" will be billed by the Health Division. Please remember to bring insurance cards to the clinic.
  • Chilton's Police Department new Dodge Charger.
    Chilton's Police Department recently purchased and put into service a new 2015 Dodge Charger.
  • The first "Deacons Deli" event which had been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 15 has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12 starting at 6:30 p.m. at Hilde's Deli, 24 W. Main St., Chilton.
  • Chilton School District Board of Education approved a student activity account for the newly formed Tiger Manufacturing class.
    According to teacher Ethan Fritz, the student run business will give students the skills needed to become good employees.
  • Chilton Elementary School
    Chilton Elementary School students who were Caught Being Good.
  • A town of Brothertown resident has asked board members for assistance with a ditch issue on Pioneer Road.
    Resident Paul Daun explained water issues occurring on his land due to a change in the direction of water flow.
  • FVTC holds open house at Chilton center
    Last Tuesday evening, Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) waived the application fee for students who completed an application onsite during their Open House event.
  • Chilton City Council approved Ordinance No. 1121 to amend the City of Chilton Year 2030 Comprehensive Plan at the Oct. 6 regular meeting.
    After a public hearing was held at which no residents spoke for or against the ordinance, council members approved the changes which include zoning changes to parts of the city.
  • According to Chilton Director of Public Works Todd Schwarz, the City of Chilton will begin leaf pick-up on Monday, October 26, 2015 and continue up to Thanksgiving, weather permitting.
  • The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Small Business Development Center will offer free one-on-one business counseling sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 20 for new and existing Calumet County businesses and entrepreneurs.
  • Middle School names Students of Month
    Students of the Month for September were recently recognized at Chilton Middle School, including fifth graders Olivia Lisowe and Max Mueller, sixth graders Morgan Geiger and Lupe Diaz, seventh graders Breanna Bowe and Marcus Breckheimer, and eighth graders Ariana Anderson and Devin Alex Aull.
  • Chilton Elementary School 4K
    Deputy Jacob Meyer of the Calumet County Sheriff's Office collaborates with the Chilton Elementary School 4K teachers to develop and build a rapport with these young students and law enforcement.
  • A series of financial planning workshops are scheduled by Riesterer Financial Services in Kiel in the coming months.
    Upcoming fall Come and Learn topics include the following:
  • An American Red Cross blood drive is planned for Monday, Oct. 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Chilton Eagles Club, 1041 Chestnut St. (STH 32/57).
    Appointments are preferred but walk-ins are welcome. For an appointment go to and use sponsor code ChiltonWI, or call 1-800-733-2767.
  • Adopt-a-Highway
    St. Mary of Hilbert parish members had some early morning fun and exercise beautifying a two-mile stretch of STH 114 in Hilbert adopted by St. Mary Catholic School. The school is responsible for removing litter three times per year on both sides of the road on STH 114 from the village of Hilbert border to CTH BB.
  • Chilton Public School Board of Education met on Monday, Sept. 21 to present the 2015-'16 budget.
    Only one member of the community, who also serves as a district teacher, was present at the beginning of the budget hearing and annual meeting.

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