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Administrator Dr. Brad Ebert opened the Kiel Area School District annual meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28 by stating since he came into the district there have been a multitude of ups and downs w… Read more

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Organizers of the Delightfully Calumet, Inc. Holiday Light Show said they are pleased to announce the awarding of a $500 grant from the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation. Read more

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The City of New Holstein’s Police and Fire Commission issued a statement following its Monday, Nov. 2 meeting regarding the resignation of Police Chief Brian Reedy and who will serve as interi… Read more

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Students of the Month for September were recognized at Chilton Middle School including fifth graders Reegan Woodard and Ezrah Seguin, sixth graders Haley Custer and Valentin Alvarez, seventh g… Read more

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Kiel’s Christmas Love Lights program is being held again this year with a string of lights available for sponsorship for $20. Read more

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Recently retired and longtime Kiel newspaper owner/publisher Mike Mathes was honored Sunday evening by the Kiel Lions Club as the Citizen of the Year in Kiel for 2020. Read more

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Only in 2020 could a ceremony to honor the Citizen of the Year in Chilton be held outdoors in November at the drive-in theatre with temperatures and wind gusts both in the upper 30s and people… Read more

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The Chilton School District Board of Education approved the amended 2020-’21 school budget and also approved certification of the 2020-’21 levy after a short briefing by Business Manager Sam W… Read more

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The cities of New Holstein and Kiel issued a joint statement recently discouraging traditional trick-or-treating but also stating that if community members do trick-or-treat it should be done … Read more

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Despite approving a multi-million dollar facilities improvement referendum in the past year, New Holstein School District residents will be seeing their tax mill rate for school purposes decline. Read more

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Halloween might be a little different—like everything else—this year because of the pandemic, but one thing which is not changing this year is the extensive outdoor Halloween display put up by… Read more

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 Manitowoc County and the Wisconsin National Guard will be hosting a recurring COVID-19 community testing site at the Manitowoc County Expo Center, 4921 Expo Dr., Manitowoc. Read more

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Kiel Police Department officers made an arrest on the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 22 in connection with a burglary at Kiel Food & Gas which occurred three days earlier. Read more

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Jamie Wieting (left), president of the Chilton Chamber of Commerce, stopped at Schmidt’s Clothing in Chilton to wish Rita a happy retirement and thank her for being a Chamber member for many, … Read more

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The banners were designed by Chilton High School art students and modified by the Banner Committee. Mike Gerhartz of Printing Express and Julie Hoben of JT Enterprises worked closely with Trav… Read more

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Almost all the city of New Holstein citizens who spoke at last Wednesday’s public hearing on the proposed consolidation of the Police Department into the Calumet County Sheriff’s Office voiced… Read more

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Around 100 people gathered on Saturday, Oct. 3 for the Memorial Statue Dedication of SP4 Leo Meyer and Bruce, his British-trained Labrador retriever. Leo was killed in action in South Vietnam … Read more

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With a vote of 7-0, the Kiel School Board voted to keep Kiel area schools open despite recommendations from the Manitowoc County Health Department to have all Manitowoc County schools go virtual. Read more