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  • Kiel High School AP Literature, Creating Writing, and Graphic Design 2 classes enjoyed an educational trip to the Rahr-West Art Museum in Manitowoc on Feb. 8.

  • Book chronicles ‘lost towns’ in local area
    For most of her life, Rhonda Fochs has been searching for and finding “lost towns.”
  • The business members of the Kiel downtown business district will hold their second official meeting Monday, February 27 at the Kiel Community Center.
    The meeting is set to begin at 6:30.

  • CES "Caught Being Good Citizens" awards
    Chilton Elementary School Caught Being Good Citizen awards for January announced.
  • Speaker returns to KHS

    David Daniel of the American Players Theater recently returned for a week long public speaking learning opportunity at Kiel High School.

  • Chilton Superintendent Sue Kaphingst discussed a recent postcard mailing delivered to area residents at the Monday, Feb. 20 regular Board of Education meeting.

  • New Holstein’s Common Council gave first reading Wednesday, Feb. 15 to proposed changes to ordinances concerning loud and unnecessary noise as well as possession of marijuana.

  • CHS students bring home EWC Forensics awards

    Sophie Brandt (Solo Acting – Serious), Maleny Capetillo (Public Address), Emily Holze (Prose), Courtney Knaus (Prose), and Emilee-Elizabeth Maney (Farrago) each earned Eastern Wisconsin Conference Forensics Awards at the annual EWC Meet at New Holstein High School on Feb. 6.

  • Geigel honored at KHS

    Patrick Geigel was honored Friday night for a decades-long coaching career.

  • The City of Chilton is accepting letters of intent to fill the vacancy of 3rd District (Ward 3) Alderman.

  • Calumet Cty Dive Team receives grant
    Savannah’s Pay It Forward Foundation President Jason Presto presents a grant in the amount of $12,500 to Calumet County Dive Team member Connie Loewe on Saturday, Feb. 12.
  • Kiel Board of Education members received a presentation on the recently received State District report card.

  • Town of Stockbridge officials held a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16 to respond to a citizen concern asking them to consider a town sex offender ordinance.

  • Windows at New Holstein Elementary School which have not been upgraded since the 1950s will get some attention following action at Monday evening’s meeting of the New Holstein Board of Education.

  • NH Kiwanis joins Chamber of Commerce
    The New Holstein Kiwanis Club has joined the New Holstein Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • CHS FBLA heads to State Competition
    Chilton High School’s FBLA enjoyed a successful showing at a recent Regionals competition with numerous members earning an invitation to the State Competition.
  • Fox Valley Technical College is accepting applications until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28 for three upcoming vacancies on the college’s District Board of Trustees.
  • CMS holds geography bee
    A geography bee was recently held at Chilton Middle School.
  • The 34th annual Mathcounts event—a math competition for sixth through eighth grade students—was held at Acuity in Sheboygan on Saturday, Feb. 4.
  • Divine Savior celebrates Catholic Schools week

    Catholic Schools, Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service was the theme of the 2017 week long celebration observed at Divine Savior School last week.

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