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  • 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.

  • Best Friends of Calumet County is a youth mentoring agency, serving the needs of children residing in Calumet County.

  • The 64th annual Steam Engine Show will be held in August at the Calumet County Fairgrounds in Chilton.
  • July is a busy month at Ledge View Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd., Chilton, with public programs and preregistration for the upcoming Escarpment Bicycle Tour.
  • Autism Awareness close to home for family
    Just because we know one child with autism doesn’t mean we know a lot.
  • The 18th Annual Women’s Breakaway sponsored by Faith Alliance Church in Chilton is planned for Saturday, April 9 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at Chilton High School located at 530 W. Main St.
  • Calumet County is the second healthiest overall county in Wisconsin, according to the seventh annual County Health Rankings released last week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI).
    The rankings are available at
  • Bees and maple syrup are the topics of March at Ledge View Nature Center, W2348 Short Rd., Chilton.
    On Saturday, March 12 at 1 p.m. the basics of beekeeping will be addressed. The program is by donation.

  • A series of community awareness workshops are scheduled to be held at Kiel’s Castle Rock Theater.
  • A series of community awareness workshops are scheduled to be held at Kiel High School’s Castle Theater.
  • A sense of isolation, a belief that “I am the only one thinking and feeling this way” is a very common idea among family caregivers.
    The sad reality is millions of people are thrust into the role of family caregivers and many think and feel exactly the same way.
  • Snooze near a ‘coon, bear, or bats, or wake by a snake—spend the night at Ledge View Nature Center sleeping among the animals, and enjoy a night hike, campfire with s’mores, stories, and T-shirt painting project.

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