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  • 350 graduate Saturday from Moraine Park Tech
    The scene told many stories as roughly 350 Moraine Park Technical College students walked up to the commencement stage.
  • Next construction phase changes SSPP

    Demolition and excavation were the key focus for the latest progress on the Ss. Peter & Paul construction project Kiel, resulting in very obvious physical changes to the parish property within a couple days.

  • The Kiel High School basketball coaching staff and players are excited to be holding the 2016 Coed Summer Basketball Camp and looking forward to teaching your son or daughter.

  • Baptists visit Brothertown Indian Cemetery.
  • KMS students expand learning beyond borders

    With the recent addition of technology to the district, students at Zielanis Elementary and Kiel Middle School have had exciting opportunities to expand their learning beyond the borders of the classroom this year.

  • On June 2, 2016, the American Legion Post 125 and Ladies Auxiliary Unit 125 are hosting a Veterans Benefits questions and answers session featuring Calumet County Veterans Service Officer Bill Krizek.
  • The Manitowoc County Expo-Ice Center Board has announced that the Lifetime Membership Passes sold by the former Manitowoc County Expo, Inc., will be honored for the life of the person who purchased the membership, and will not sunset in 2020 as previously announced.

  • CACS students recognized
    Caught Being Selfless students from Chilton Area Catholic School were recognized during the recent April assembly.
  • City of New Holstein aldermen unanimously approved the sale of $2.795 million in general obligation corporate purpose bonds at its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, May 18.

  • WFT Banquet raises funds for habitat
    The Winnebago East Shore Chapter of Walleyes for Tomorrow held its annual banquet on Saturday, April 30 at Millhome Supper Club near Kiel.
  • The Sixth District American Legion Conference was hosted by the American Legion Post #124 located in New Holstein on April 24.
  • The Marcio Leite Soccer Camp is coming to New Holstein!

  • Feathers and Flowers Club sets plant sale
    Feathers and Flowers Club sets plant sale for June 4.
  • Chilton City Council members reviewed the Horizon Development Uptown Commons Phase II project at the May 17 regular meeting of the council.

  • A Bake, Craft & Quilt Sale is scheduled at St. John the Baptist Church in Johnsburg on Saturday, May 28 from 3 to 5:30 p.m. and on Sunday, May 29 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

  • Foundation awards $29,095 in grants

    Chilton Area Community Foundation (CACF) recently kicked off their 15th anniversary with their annual Celebration of Giving.

  • Sam and Joanna Lensmire will be hosting the Sixth Annual Awareness Walk on Saturday, May 28 at Kiel City Park.

  • A 21-year-old New Holstein man accidentally shot himself in the leg Thursday, May 26 around 5:15 p.m.
  • CarFit, a free community event designed to assist mature drivers, will be held on Thursday, June 9 at Chilton High School in Chilton.
  • Who doesn’t like a circus?

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