Two donations of $5,000 each were made last Friday to the New
Holstein School District, one by Melissa Reese and Jeff Dietz of New
Holstein True Value and one by Ron and Dianne Reese.
Two Community Blood Center blood drives are planned in the area in
early April, including one on Tuesday, April 4 from 6 to 10:30 a.m. at
Calumet Medical Center, 614 Memorial Dr., Chilton.
The Wisconsin Senate voted 18-15 Tuesday, March 7 to amend the state constitution to get rid of the state treasurer position.
Piano teacher Jane Voigt of Kiel said she is extremely proud to
announce all five of her Kiel High School piano students earned a first
place on their solos in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA)
School Festival held March 11 at Kiel High School.
Two candidates—Linda Hedrich and Daryl Schroeder—will vie for the
position of town treasurer in the Town of Chilton in the Tuesday, April 4
The public and especially area business owners are invited to a free
educational session on Wednesday, March 29 on the subject, “Community
Awareness of an Active Shooter Incident—Are You Prepared?”
City of New Holstein aldermen may decide at their April 19 meeting whether or not all city parks will be tobacco-free.
Youth Frontiers based in Minnesota held a leadership conference for juniors at Kiel High School on Friday.
Municipal bonds are essential for communities like Kiel and New
Holstein to affordably build critical infrastructure and provide
residents and businesses with essential services, and they should remain
Kiel Police Chief Dave Funkhouser has been named to lead the police department for the City of Rhinelander.
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