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  • Sundae on Farm draws big crowds
    Calumet County’s 32nd Annual Sundae on the Farm hosted by Faust Farms drew large crowds on Sunday, June 25.
  • During the Thursday, June 22 meeting the Stockbridge Board of Education unanimously confirmed the motion to hire Curtis Meshack to replace former Principal Chad Marx.
  • Open seats on both the New Holstein Board of Education and the New Holstein Common Council have arisen in the past week.
  • NH Community Chest member presents check
    The New Holstein Community Chest—represented by board member Mark Sherry, recently presented its annual check to the New Holstein Historical Society, represented by Jerry Hallstrom.
  • The New Holstein and Winnebago East Shore Lions will be hosting a meeting for parents and youths of middle and high school age who would like more information on forming a Leo Club at the Marytown Community Center on Wednesday, June 28 starting at 7 p.m.
  • NH teachers accept plaques from American Heart Association
    Physical education teachers at New Holstein Elementary School Whitney Zegarski and Eric Hoefler recently accepted two plaques from the American Heart Association.
  • The Kiel Municipal Band, under the direction of Jon Meyer, will present the annual Patriotic Concert at City Park on Wednesday, June 28 at 7:00 p.m. The concert is a long-time tradition in the area, with special music for Independence Day and a salute to veterans.
  • KMB awards camp scholarships
    Dorian Sutton and Jordan Jesinski, both students at New Holstein High School and members of the Kiel Municipal Band, were chosen as recipients of 2017 summer music camp scholarships presented by the KMB.
  • Town of Brothertown officials approved a Municipal Agreement with Calumet County to store materials on town property at no cost.
  • Local youths compete in NH Soccer Tournament
    Local youths compete in NH Soccer Tournament
  • Sitko earns Eagle Scout honors
    Andrew Sitko was presented with scouting’s highest award on April 30 at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School.
  • The State of Wisconsin recently began mailing “Notice of Suspension” postcards to approximately 380,000 registered voters who have not voted in the past four years.
  • 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.
  • Sometime during the evening hours of Friday, June 23 an unknown person(s) committed acts of vandalism to the restrooms at Kiwanis Park located on East Fremont Street in the City of Kiel.
  • 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.
  • The Alzheimer’s Association collaborates with a number of different organizations to offer monthly Alzheimer’s support groups in communities across eastern Wisconsin.
  • The Calumet County Sex Offender Community Notification Core Team released a sex offender information bulletin which states that Mark G. Engel, 40, will be staying at a residence in the 800 block of Irish Road in the town of New Holstein.
  • 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.
  • Calumet County’s annual Sundae on a Dairy Farm is planned for this Sunday, June 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Faust Farms, W3563 CTH F, just northwest of the city of Chilton.
  • 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.
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