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  • Kiel police are investigating a breaking and entering of the Subway store in the city early on Thursday, Dec. 1.
  • Kiel Utility workers were busy Saturday morning, Nov. 19 dealing with a city-wide power outage.
  • Police officers from Kiel and New Holstein responded to the construction area at Amerequip on Thursday, Nov. 17 for a report of a female driver who had struck a parked vehicle.
  • Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department deputies continue to investigate a two-vehicle accident which occurred Wednesday (Nov. 16) and claimed the life of two elderly Elkhart Lake residents.
  • Tri-County News area election results
    Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
    Update #8, 7:16 a.m.
  • Bomb scare at Kiel High School on Monday, Nov. 7. 
  • Kiel Board of Education member Randall Bonde resigns.
  • Kiel Board of Ed holds a special meeting to discuss the merits of revisions to the District’s non-discrimination policy.
  • An early morning fire struck a landmark Kiel business Monday morning. Multiple fire departments have been on scene since sunrise to battle flames at Lulloff Hardware on the east end of Fremont Street. Flames were seen emerging from the building, as firefighters battled the blaze with hose tower trucks and traditional methods. Please check back with iwantthenews.com and the Tri-County News for more information.
  • Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was in Kiel Monday afternoon to help Amerequip officials break ground on their next major expansion project.
  • Centreville Settlement, Inc. is planning an Open House event on Saturday, July 23 at historic Lutze Housebarn-located at 13630 S. Union Rd., Newton from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Kiel Board of Education member resigns.
  • Kiel police were called to a city home early Monday morning for a 45-year-old woman who fled into her basement and armed herself with a shotgun.
  • KHS athletes visit preschool
    Athletes from Kiel High School recently visited the children at Kiel Cooperative Preschool as part of the preschool's "Sports Week." The athletes talked to the children about their sport, emphasizing the importance of healthy eating and cooperation with coaches and teammates.
  • The Calumet County Public Health Department will be offering flu shots to the community.
    Flu vaccines for adults with Medicare Part B or "Medicare Advantage Plans" will be billed by the Health Division. Please remember to bring insurance cards to the clinic.
  • Kiel High student named in scholarship program
    Kiel High School Principal Corey Baumgartner has announced that student Hannah Jarvi has been named a Commended Student in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.
    A letter of commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, was presented by the principal to Jarvi.
  • The first "Deacons Deli" event which had been scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 15 has been rescheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12 starting at 6:30 p.m. at Hilde's Deli, 24 W. Main St., Chilton.
  • Affinity Health is offering flu clinics at Calumet Medical Center Clinic in Chilton and at Affinity's Kiel office during October.
  • Kiel church drive tops $900K mark
    Animated faces ruled the scene last Sunday in SS. Peter and Paul's Voland Hall as children of all ages engaged in decorating pumpkins with stickers and colored markers, and families gathered to make caramel apples with tasty toppings, and share punch and coffee.
  • Echoes of Gospel bluegrass music will ring through the sanctuary of Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Kiel Saturday night.
    Red Star Express will perform an evening of Gospel bluegrass show for the benefit of Divine Savior School. The concert is open to the public, and begins at 7 p.m.



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