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  • Chilton High School students and staff will be observing a mock crash scenario in the east parking lot of the high school building this Friday, May 6 starting at 1:30 p.m.
  • New Holstein Police Chief Brian Reedy has issued a reminder to the city of New Holstein residents.

  • Poppy Month under way
    New Holstein Mayor Dianne Reese recently signed the annual resolution making May “American Legion Poppy Month” in the community as Memorial Day approaches.
  • Kaukauna High School officials announced Monday that Kiel High School Principal Corey Baumgartner has accepted the position of principal at Kaukauna High School.
  • St. Mary School raises funds at event

    The Eighth Annual “All for Love of St. Mary Catholic School” dinner and auction event took place recently at the Hilbert Community Center.

  • New Holstein Middle School Students of the Month
    New Holstein Middle School Students of the Month for March.
  • Brocker named Kiel City Council president
    Kiel City Council member John Brocker was re-elected to his position as the Kiel Council President at Tuesday’s re-organizational meeting.
  • Kiel High School Principal Corey Baumgartner accepts position in Kaukauna. 
  • Divine Savior teacher honored with Kohl award
    A $3000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2016 Fellowship was presented to Linda Jelinek, teacher at Divine Savior Catholic School in Kiel at a recognition luncheon hosted by US Senator Herb Kohl.
  • Divine Savior principal honored with Kohl award

    A $3000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2016 Leadership Award was presented to Kerry Sievert, principal of Divine Savior School at the luncheon hosted by Herb Kohl.

  • Junior League winners at Pla-Mor Lanes
    Winners for the P.B.A. Elementary School Junior League at Pla-Mor Lanes in Chilton.
  • A free “Lunch & Learn” on the topic of online marketing is scheduled for Tuesday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Room 025 (lower level) of the Calumet County Courthouse in Chilton.
  • New Holstein Community Chest board member presented checks

    Terry Thiessen represented the New Holstein Historical Society and Lisa Herrick represented New Hope Center as they recently accepted their donation checks from the New Holstein Community Chest, which was represented by board member Ann Hansen.

  • Heritage continues best cider tradition

    Placing first in the annual fresh cider contest at the Wisconsin Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Conference has become a “tradition” for Heritage Orchard, Chilton.

  • Kiel Board of Education member Robert Runge requested the board evaluate themselves and pledge to work together in a respectful and honorable way during a statement given at the April 20 meeting of the board.
  • Calumet County’s Board of Supervisors approved a resolution to amend the 2016 budget to add additional funds for the construction of the highway facility.
  • Student gets Kohl scholarship

    Former senator Herb Kohl recently presented a $5,000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2016 Initiative Scholarship to Erick Rico-Sanchez, a student at St. Lawrence Seminary High School in Mount Calvary.

  • Meuer Farm readies for farm dinner season
    From that first Farm to Table dinner that the Meuers hosted on their farm in 2013, their dinner series has continued to grow each year. From different chefs, to different activities and speakers, there is always something new happening at the dinners and on the farm.
  • Parish breaks ground
    Renovation work under way at Ss. Peter & Paul
  • Chalk up another honor and another big day for New Holstein High School senior Tyler Stadler last Saturday. He was nominated for and was named to the Wisconsin Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Team, one of only 11 Wisconsin high school players to be named to the team.

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