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  • Doggie Dos by Jess opens in Chilton
    A well-known dog grooming business in Chilton has energetic new owners with a passion for putting family first.
  • Manitowoc agency offers assistance for abuse victims
    Organized in 1977, The Manitowoc County Domestic Violence Center, otherwise known as “in courage,” was created to help alleviate the problems of domestic abuse.
  • 350 gather for reunion
    The Koenig family gathered at Millhome Supper Club on June 17 to celebrate what would have been the 100th wedding anniversary of John and Angeline (Binversie) Koenig.
  • Information found on 3 more local schools
    As the end of 2016 became a reality, I began to give up on finding out more about the remaining elementary schools which provided Kiel High School with its future students.
  • Man looking for life changing donor
    Long time Chilton resident Bob Benzschawel has always been a man of strong faith. He is using that faith each day to remain strong and positive while he awaits a kidney transplant after living with diabetes for 45 years.
  • Friday nights mean pizza on local farm
    As a venture in agricultural tourism, outings on Friday nights and other times during the summer in Wisconsin now include at least six on-the-farm pizzeria opportunities.
  • Woodworking hobby turns into business
    What began as a hobby creating items for personal use and gift giving has now evolved into a growing and thriving business for John and Trudie Hechel of Plymouth.
  • Kiel Quilters meet challenge of creating lap quilts for vets
    Kiel Quilters recently participated in a challenge to create unique lap quilts for veterans.
  • AFS students get involved at Chilton
    Chilton High School has been fortunate to host three foreign exchange students during the 2016-17 school year through the American Field Service program, including Konstantin Maximilian Franke from Germany, Arnaud (Ardy) Crucifix from France, and Sam Knuif from the Netherlands.
  • Kiel host to 3 foreign exchange students
    Kiel High School staff and students welcomed three foreign exchange students this year.
  • The AARP Smart Driver class is planned for Tuesday, May 23 at the Calumet County Courthouse on Court Street in Chilton.
  • Manitowoc K9 visits Zielanis
    City of Manitowoc Police Department officers Nick Place, Cooper Schmidt, and Major visited Zielanis Elementary School on Friday, May 5 to participate in the school’s hobby/career day.
  • Chilton students help raise, release trout
    A partnership between the Chilton School District, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and Trout for Tomorrow had children getting their feet wet on Friday morning, April 28 while learning about aquatic biology.
  • Cards roll in to recognize 100th birthday
    Kiel Post Office workers must think Delphine Schmitz is the most popular person in the community—and maybe she is.
  • Alumnus returns with Singers
    Recent Kiel High School graduate and current UW-Madison student Sam Ruh came back to Kiel for a special performance with the Wisconsin Singers.
  • KHS students perform show at Castle Theater
    Kiel high school students presented ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ with several shows held over the weekend.
  • Students recognized at CES
    Caught Being Good Citizens recently recognized at Chilton Elementary School.
  • Area Lions help thousands in El Salvador
    What do you get when you mix 28 Lions, 12,000 pair of used recycled eyeglasses, with five long days in El Salvador?
  • Two Community Blood Center blood drives are planned in the area in early April, including one on Tuesday, April 4 from 6 to 10:30 a.m. at Calumet Medical Center, 614 Memorial Dr., Chilton.

  • Awareness of bullying has increased dramatically in the 40 years since a Swedish psychologist, Dan Olweus, became the first to study childhood bullying.
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