Kiel Firefighters responded to the scene of a potential fire Tuesday night at First Merit Bank in the 500 block of Fremont Street.At 9:26 pm on January 17, 2017 Manitowoc County 911 received a call of a fire alarm activation at First Merit Bank, 514 Fremont Street in Kiel.
January is National Radon Action Month and the Manitowoc County
Health Department is encouraging everyone in Manitowoc County to learn
more about radon and how to protect families from being exposed to it.
Kristi Tuesburg, Manitowoc County register of deeds, has announced
that statewide issuance of vital records became effective Jan. 3.
Calumet County Administrator Todd Romenesko provided an update on the
County’s UW Extension department at the December Board of Supervisors
Every day at Divine Savior School in Kiel, seventh grade student Max
Schaefer delivers milk for the morning break to the 4K and 5K
Enthusiasm for the Wisconsin Agricultural Education Center’s (WAEC) mission continues to build this holiday season.
The Kiel FFA Alumni held its annual banquet at Schleswig Town Hall on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Mount Calvary St. Lawrence Seminary recently held an open house.
It appears there will not be any opposition for offices on the New
Holstein Board of Education or the New Holstein Common Council.
Calumet County recently hired Mary Kohrell as its first Community
Economic Development Director. The new position, which aligns with one
of their main strategic plan goals, was approved unanimously by the
Calumet County Board in its 2017 budget.
Wisconsin Assemblyman Jesse Kremer, R-Kewaskum, took the oath of
office and was officially sworn in to the 103rd Wisconsin Legislature.
A total of 17 teams and over 200 people participated in the American
Cancer Society Relay For Life of Calumet County event on July 15 at the
New Holstein High School Track.
On the first Monday of the new year, 15 Kiel graduates returned to
Kiel High School for an opportunity to speak to Mr. Geigel’s and Mrs.
Mineau’s Advanced Placement English Language and Composition classes.
New Holstein choirs will be performing their Cabaret concert this coming weekend.
Glaucoma, commonly referred to as the “sneak thief of sight,”
currently affects nearly 3 million people ages 40 and older, according
to the Prevent Blindness report “Future of Vision: Forecasting the
Prevalence and Costs of Vision Problems.”
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