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Manitowoc County officials said Friday that they are advising county residents to find new ways to celebrate Halloween that do not involve in-person parties or traditional trick-or-treating. Read more

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A new, state-of-the-art culinary arts learning environment opened Aug. 24 on the Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) Cleveland campus. Read more

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Calumet County officials issued a new warning on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 17 saying there is “significant uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 in Calumet County and the Fox Valley area.” Read more

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The Easterseals Wisconsin Board of Directors has announced that New Holstein native Paul Leverenz—vice president of FARM and Vocational Services for the organization—will replace the retiring … Read more

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The top prize winners in the recent Kiel Picnic Raffle received their checks last week. Above, top-prize winner Jamie Mangin (second from left) of Reedsville receives his check from (from left… Read more

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Gretchen Mineau’s AP Language and Composition classes at Kiel High School welcomed University of Wisconsin-Green Bay admissions counselor Jennifer Strohm as she delivered a virtual presentatio… Read more

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Calumet County officials issued a new warning on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 17 saying there is “significant uncontrolled spread of COVID-19 in Calumet County and the Fox Valley area.” Read more

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A local group known as the Happy Campers is celebrating its 20th year of helping to make people who use the Ronald McDonald House a little happier. Read more

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Tim Stadler (left) was recently honored for his years of service on the New Holstein Board of Education. Administrator Dan Nett presented a plaque. Stadler chose not to seek re-election to the board. Read more

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With a light agenda for the Sept. 1 meeting of the Chilton Common Council, Mayor Tom Reinl announced that negotiations are beginning with the Police Union for their new labor agreement. Read more

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Chicago area resident Kelly Kane stands next to a donated banner which is helping in the continuing efforts to find her lost dog, Greta, which ran away from Kane’s boyfriend over Labor Day wee… Read more

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Cheryl Vogel of the Smiling Moose in Osman presented a ceremonial check for $5,096 to the New Holstein Fire Department on Monday evening. Representing the Fire Department were Captain Keith Pr… Read more

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The annual meeting of the Chilton School District is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 21 starting at 5:30 p.m. in the library at the High School, 530 W. Main St. Read more

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Richard Lee LaCroix—a former dairy agent with the University of Wisconsin-Extension in Calumet and Fond du Lac counties—passed away Monday, Aug. 31 in Stoughton at the age of 75. Read more

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At the Kiel Area School District Board meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 2, Dr. Brad Ebert, district administrator, announced there are 276 students enrolled in the Between the Lakes Academy.   Read more

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Over an inch of rain fell hours before a Sheboygan River Progressive Farmers (SRPF) field day opened to sunny skies for committed farmers to join in a discussion about interseeding soybeans in… Read more

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Work has been progressing on the new Calumet County jail adjacent to the courthouse in Chilton.  The new 89-bed correctional facility is scheduled to open sometime in 2021. Read more

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New Holstein Mayor Jeff Hebl unveiled a plan at last Tuesday evening’s meeting of the Committee of the Whole which would consolidate the New Holstein Police Department into the Calumet County … Read more

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It was a beautiful summer afternoon at the Broughton Sheboygan County Marsh Park on July 29 and the Friends of the Sheboygan Marsh were happy to host many of the major donors, dignitaries, and… Read more

The Kiel FFA Alumni and Supporters will be grilling up hamburgers and Johnsonville bratwurst on Saturday, Sept. 19 in the Vogel Chevrolet parking lot starting at 10 a.m. and ending at 2 p.m. Read more

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The New Holstein Kiwanis Club has made a $500 donation to the New Holstein Fire Department. Representing the Fire Department at the presentation Monday evening were (from left) Captain Keith P… Read more

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After a wait of nearly two decades, the City of Kiel may finally have a developer ready to improve the parcel of environmentally remediated land that once was the Seventh Street home to Stoelt… Read more

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The new Kwik Trip store in New Holstein opened last week. Within 48 hours, the old building was torn down to make room for the new gas pumps which currently are being installed at the site.   … Read more