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  • 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.
  • Farmer overcomes challenges
    Telling the story of today’s dairy farmer is interesting in itself, and something which will happen this Sunday at Calumet County’s annual Sundae on a Dairy Farm.
  • Clubs donated proceeds for Kiwanis Park sign
    Marty Buechel of the New Holstein Lions Club and Paula Pethan of the New Holstein Kiwanis Club presented a check for $2,050 to Mayor Dianne Reese of the City of New Holstein.
  • Chilton's Atrium Post-Acute Care held trishaw ribbon cutting
    Cayla Piehl, administrator of Atrium Post-Acute Care in Chilton, sat in the trishaw as she cut the ribbon dedicating the three-wheel bicycle which the facility now has. The ribbon cutting took place Thursday, June 8.
  • Torch Run passes through Kiel
    On the opening day of the Wisconsin Special Olympics, law enforcement officials and firefighters extended a leg of their annual torch run to honor the late Trooper Trevor Casper.
  • Ebenezer UCC brighten the city's streets
    Members of Ebenezer United Church of Christ of Chilton recently placed flower pots throughout the community to help brighten the city’s streets.
  • Free to fly
    Toward the end of the recently completed school year at New Holstein Elementary School, second graders got together outdoors for their annual butterfly release.
  • Schuh honored by VFW
    Each year Calumet County VFW Post 3153 along with the Chilton City Band host 10 open air band concerts at Hobart Park in Chilton.
  • NH Scoutmaster Dave Walber accepts donation
    New Holstein Scoutmaster Dave Walber accepts the annual donation check from the New Holstein Community Chest, represented by President Jim Burnett.
  • Chilton Middle Students of Month chosen
    Chilton Middle Students of Month chosen.
  • Kiel Middle School awards presented
    Presidential Academic Awards were presented to middle school students.
  • MakerSpace wall debuts in Chilton schools’ library
    Sue Salzsieder, Chilton Elementary and Middle School Library Media Specialist, had a dream to bring a MakerSpace to Chilton Elementary and Middle schools where students could imagine, create, and design.
  • Divine Savior School graduation held June 1
    Six eighth graders at Divine Savior School received their diploma at graduation ceremonies held on June 1.
  • Chilton hosts Senior Fest
    Area senior citizens took advantage of the plethora of information available at Senior Fest held last week at Chilton High School.
  • NHSD choirs perform their Spring Choral Concert
    New Holstein Public School District choirs under the direction of April Thuecks recently held their Spring Choral Concert in the Thomas J. Lynch Auditorium.
  • 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.
  • FFA students qualify in CDE categories
    Chilton FFA judging teams competed at the Fox Valley Technical College Career Development Event (CDE) earlier this spring.
  • Pancakes raise $4K for Kiel family
    New Holstein’s Zion Lutheran Church designated Braeden Rockow and his family of Kiel as its beneficiary of this year’s Pancake Supper, and a check for $4,291 was recently presented to the family.
  • Fire destroys barn at Amish farm
    Fueled by high winds on Saturday afternoon, a barn at an Amish farm at the corner of CTH A and Kiel Road a few miles southwest of New Holstein was destroyed by fire.
  • Fishery held in Hingiss Park
    Young anglers enjoyed a pleasant afternoon fishing in Hingiss Park on Wednesday, June 7. The fishery event is co-sponsored by the Kiel Fish & Game Club and the Kiel Public Library.
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