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  • A man died Monday morning after reportedly stabbing himself in a home in the 1900 block of Park Avenue in New Holstein.
  • As of late Tuesday afternoon New Holstein police had not issued any further information about an incident which occurred at a Park Avenue home.
  • Attorney General Brad Schimel announced a record-breaking 66,039 pounds of unused medications were collected at Drug Take Back events on Saturday, April 29 and at more than 300 permanent drug collection receptacles located throughout the state.
  • A free funeral planning seminar is being offered by Chilton’s Good Shepherd Parish on Wednesday, May 31 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the church hall (lower level).
  • KMS band, choral concert held
    Kiel Middle School students presented their spring concert on Thursday, May 4 in the KMS gym.
  • By a unanimous 6-0 vote, the Kiel City Council gave its approval May 9 to the purchase of a new 2018 Western Star tandem axle truck for use by the city’s public works department.
  • NHES Students of the month
    Students of the month for March at New Holstein Elementary School.
  • CHS Science Olympiad students perform well
    Chilton High School’s Science Olympiad team performed well at recent regional and state competitions.
  • Holy Rosary Parish host an organ concert
    Holy Rosary Parish in New Holstein hosted an organ concert on Sunday, May 7 featuring “alumni” organists.
  • St. Paul Hospice and Community Outreach Services will host an open house event on Tuesday, May 23.
  • Zielanis students fill the Free Little Library
    On Wednesday, April 26 the third graders from Zielanis Elementary School walked to Waack Park where they delivered books to Ms. Joie Baldock.
  • The AARP Smart Driver class is planned for Tuesday, May 23 at the Calumet County Courthouse on Court Street in Chilton.
  • NH artist’s painting on display at UWS show
    Artwork created in University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan art professor Tom Uebelherr’s classes will be on display through May 30 in the Fine Arts Gallery, located on the UW-Sheboygan campus.
  • During the Wednesday, May 10 Chilton Redevelopment Authority meeting, the division of the four Redevelopment Authority lots at the former Wal-Mart location received minor modifications after the city spoke with buyers.
  • Manitowoc K9 events planned
    The Manitowoc Police Department K9 Unit has fundraisers planned to help fund the K9 Program which is run largely by donations.
  • Manitowoc K9 visits Zielanis
    City of Manitowoc Police Department officers Nick Place, Cooper Schmidt, and Major visited Zielanis Elementary School on Friday, May 5 to participate in the school’s hobby/career day.
  • Kiel FFA Dairy Foods team competes at State
    The Kiel FFA Dairy Foods team recently went to State competition for Dairy Foods.
  • New Holstein’s Willowpark Place and Willowdale Nursing and Rehabilitation Center are working together on day trips to Fireside Theatre in Fort Atkinson this year.
  • NH Chamber welcomes esthetics bar to city
    New Holstein’s Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Brooke Bateman and The Refinery Esthetics Bar, LLC to the New Holstein business community and the Chamber membership roll.
  • The Schleswig Cadets 4-H Club is planning a brat fry and bake sale on Saturday, May 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Rick’s Piggly Wiggly in Kiel.
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