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  • Chilton School District Police School Liasion Officer Jacob Meyer offered his first quarter report to board officials on Monday, Nov. 16.
    Meyer presented a new report format, concentrating on three areas including presentations, law enforcement, and general summary. 
  • Students Western Program
    Chilton Elementary School’s 4-year-old kindergarten students under the direction of teachers Annette Pleshek and Beth Kaziak held their annual Western Program on Thursday, Nov. 19. 
  • New Holstein’s Common Council took another big step last Wednesday toward possible future redevelopment of the former Tecumseh Products Company site now known as Marketplatz. 
  • Chilton Board of Education approved a new staff position during the regular meeting of the board held on Monday, Nov. 16 at Chilton High School.
    According to District Superintendent Dr. Claire Martin, the technology support assistant/technology coach will be an assistant to help the district’s Technology Director David Endres. 
  • Middle School recognizes Veterans Day
    Kiel Middle School hosted a Veterans Day program held Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. 
  • Kiel’s Board of Education voted to approve an offer to purchase Meeme LEADS Elementary School during the regular meeting of the board held Wednesday, Nov. 18. 
  • Lisa Barnes receives “Friend of the Alumni” award

    This year’s Kiel FFA Alumni “Friend of the Alumni” award was presented to Lisa Barnes (left) at the Annual FFA Alumni Banquet.

  • The Kiel Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, November 28, 2015 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
    This time is a half-hour earlier than last year. 
  • Curbside leaf pickup in the City of Kiel will extend through Friday, Nov. 27. 
  • A new business manager will soon take the reins at Chilton Public Schools.
    The District hired Amanda Potratz to work along side current Business Manager Lisa Lau. According to Potratz, Lau is assisting Potratz in learning her new duties and catching up on projects that were not able to be finished before Potratz joined the District. 
  • New family practitioner joins CMC Clinic staff
    Calumet Medical Center (CMC) Clinic welcomes Family Practitioner Mathew Beeson, MD to their host of primary care providers. 
  • Kiel Board of Education voted to approve an offer to purchase Meeme LEADS Elementary School. 
  • FFA collects for charity

    During trick-or-treat on Halloween in Kiel, members of the Kiel FFA did their annual Trick-or-Charity in which they collected nonperishable food items.

  • The Fifth Annual Poinsettia Sale is back at New Hope Center in Chilton.
    The Adult Day Service Enrichment Program will be selling poinsettias to family and friends to assist with purchasing items on its wish list to further enhance their program. Tahey are selling red, white and pink/burgundy poinsettias wrapped in foil with a bow in two different sizes. 
  • Truck driving course to start at FVTC

    Interested in a transportation industry career? You can turn that dream into a truck driving reality in just a few weeks.

  • New Holstein High School juniors Kyle Mueller (left) and Curtis Steffes had the honor of cracking open the 1955 time capsule at the New Holstein Public Library anniversary celebration on Monday, Nov. 16.

  • According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. produced around 254 million tons of trash in 2013.
    Of that, 87 million tons was recycled and composted. 
  • The Tri-County Ecumenical Ministerial Association will be conducting the Thanksgiving Eve Ecumenical Worship Service on Wednesday evening, Nov. 25 starting at 6:30 p.m. at St. John United Church of Christ in New Holstein. 
  • Three Kiel High School students were recently named as winners in the annual Voice of Democracy Contest held by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6707 and its Auxiliary. 
  • Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Kiel is planning to sponsor “Christmas for Kids” on Saturday, Nov. 21 from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m.


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