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  • Each month the Alzheimer’s Association offers family education programs across Wisconsin.

  • The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations.

  • Area family struggles with Ehlers-Danlos
    The full calendar in the Schmitz kitchen does not quite paint the picture of a typical month for an active family, but every appointment helps the family get on with life.
  • Historical dedication held in Stockbridge
    The Wisconsin Society Sons of the American Revolution (WISSAR) held a Historical Marker program Sept. 24 in the town of Stockbridge.
  • Take me out to the Bark Park
    I’ve only lived in Kiel for about nine months now, but I just have to tell you about my favorite place.
  • Thielmann brothers return to race track
    A boyhood love of racing has turned the corner into a fanatic adult hobby for two Kiel brothers.
  • Kiel Police Chief Dave Funkhouser has issued another warning regarding scamming phone calls from criminals posing as representatives of the Internal Revenue Service.
  • The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance for heating costs, electric costs, and energy crisis situations.

  • The Legislative Council Study Committee on Volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician Shortages held its first meeting in Madison recently.

  • Dr. Lanser to retire at LTC

    Dr. Michael Lanser informed the Lakeshore Technical College Board that he will be retiring as president of the college following the 2016-’17 academic year.

  • Divine Savior Catholic School will hold their annual homemade apple pie fundraiser in September.
    Divine Savior Apple Pie Sale began in 2000 as an eighth grade fundraiser. The eighth grade students and their parents made 400 pies in the S.S.P.P. church kitchen.
  • Vietnam veterans reunite after 50 years
    In the spring of 1965, a group of young men ranging in age from 18 to the early twenties, and all part of the United States Army 84th Engineer Battalion, were told to get ready for deployment.
  • Senator Stroebel earns award

    State Senator Duey Stroebel, R- Saukville, was honored recently by the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA) with a “WCA Outstanding Legislator Award” for his work on behalf of county government during the 2015-’16 Legislative Session.

  • Feider floral fantasies

    During the past several years, Chuck and Julie Feider have nurtured an extensive collection of flowers for all seasons as part of a landscaping project at their farmstead residence along Hayton Road just outside New Holstein.

  • Wisconsin Assemblyman Jesse Kremer is inviting constituents and supporters to a “Family Fun Day” event at the Auburn Bluffs Golf Course in Campbellsport, N2019 N. River Rd., on Saturday, Aug. 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Kiel eSchool offers options for students
    Kiel School District offers a unique opportunity for students to excel and receive their high school diploma.
  • The Sheboygan County 4-H Youth Development Program and Sheboygan Spaceport recently completed a week-long Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Camp for middle school youths.

  • Cycling Without Age bikes being sought for Calumet

    Cycling Without Age, a movement started in 2012 by Ole Kassow of Copenhagen, Denmark, aims to improve the lives and mobility of the elderly by taking them out for a bike ride.

  • USDA Wisconsin Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Patty Edelburg reminds producers that FSA offers targeted farm ownership and farm operating loans to assist under-served applicants as well as beginning farmers and ranchers.

  • The Manitowoc-Two Rivers YMCA is holding free public informational sessions for its upcoming Diabetes Prevention Program.

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