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  • The Alzheimer’s Association collaborates with a number of different organizations to offer monthly Alzheimer’s support groups in communities across eastern Wisconsin.
  • The Calumet County Sex Offender Community Notification Core Team released a sex offender information bulletin which states that Mark G. Engel, 40, will be staying at a residence in the 800 block of Irish Road in the town of New Holstein.
  • Clubs donated proceeds for Kiwanis Park sign
    Marty Buechel of the New Holstein Lions Club and Paula Pethan of the New Holstein Kiwanis Club presented a check for $2,050 to Mayor Dianne Reese of the City of New Holstein.
  • Calumet County’s annual Sundae on a Dairy Farm is planned for this Sunday, June 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Faust Farms, W3563 CTH F, just northwest of the city of Chilton.
  • Chilton's Atrium Post-Acute Care held trishaw ribbon cutting
    Cayla Piehl, administrator of Atrium Post-Acute Care in Chilton, sat in the trishaw as she cut the ribbon dedicating the three-wheel bicycle which the facility now has. The ribbon cutting took place Thursday, June 8.
  • City of Chilton council members will look into a possible rise in sewer and water rates.
  • Torch Run passes through Kiel
    On the opening day of the Wisconsin Special Olympics, law enforcement officials and firefighters extended a leg of their annual torch run to honor the late Trooper Trevor Casper.
  • The Marytown Athletic Club Picnic is scheduled for this Friday through Sunday, June 23-25 at the Athletic Field located at N10361 CTH G, New Holstein.
    Admission to the grounds is free all weekend.
  • Ebenezer UCC brighten the city's streets
    Members of Ebenezer United Church of Christ of Chilton recently placed flower pots throughout the community to help brighten the city’s streets.
  • Because of the threat of severe storms potentially affecting the New Holstein area on Thursday, June 22, officials have made the decision to postpone the first Movie in the Park event.
  • By a 5-1 vote, the Kiel City Council finalized its development agreement with Premier River Rock LLC, for the construction of four new apartment buildings in Tax Incremental District #4.
  • Printing plant delays will impact the home delivery of the Tri-County News this week. Postal customers can expect to receive their copy of the news a day later than normal, Publisher Mike Mathes said Wednesday.
  • Calumet County Highway Committee Chairperson Ken Draheim put a question in front of the committee on Wednesday, June 14: Should the county add a 0.5 percent sales tax.
  • Free to fly
    Toward the end of the recently completed school year at New Holstein Elementary School, second graders got together outdoors for their annual butterfly release.
  • Schuh honored by VFW
    Each year Calumet County VFW Post 3153 along with the Chilton City Band host 10 open air band concerts at Hobart Park in Chilton.
  • The Master Gardener Volunteers of Manitowoc County have announced the lineup for the 2017 Garden Walk which will take place on Saturday, July 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine.
  • Thursday, June 29 has been set as the date for a new Kiel community event established to bring the community to the Indian Hill complex.
  • NH Scoutmaster Dave Walber accepts donation
    New Holstein Scoutmaster Dave Walber accepts the annual donation check from the New Holstein Community Chest, represented by President Jim Burnett.
  • Chilton Middle Students of Month chosen
    Chilton Middle Students of Month chosen.
  • Students of the Month for May at New Holstein Elementary School recognized.
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