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  • ••••UPDATE: Chief Funkhouser reported that power was restored at 5:43 p.m.•••• Kiel Police Chief Dave Funkhouser reported at 4:19 p.m. today (Saturday, April 14) that the power is out throughout the city because of the high winds and ice which continue to pound the Midwest.
  • The April 14 performances of Big Fish at Kiel High School have been cancelled due to the weather.
  • Join us for Buffet Breakfast on Sunday, April 15 9am-1pm at Neighborhood Bar and Grill at the corner of CTY Roads BB and E.

  • Save A Life presented to Kiel High School students
    The International Save A Life Tour visited Kiel Area High School Friday for a special presentation.
  • Kiel Area School District voters approved question #1 (exceeding revenue limtis) in Tuesday’s election, but defeated question #2 which would have made upgrades to the athletic fields and constructed a new performing arts center.
  • International Save A Life Tour coming to KHS April 6
  • Graham Partners, a private investment firm targeting industrial technology and advanced manufacturing companies, is pleased to announce that its portfolio company, BrightPet Nutrition Group, LLC (“BrightPet”), a leading developer and manufacturer of quality premium and super-premium pet foods serving domestic and international markets, has acquired substantially all of the assets of Phoebe Products, LLC (“Phoebe”), including the SO Bright® brand.
  • At approximately 7:40 am this morning, LTC went into preventative lockdown due to a perceived threat in the area.  The college adopted this procedure as part of its safety protocol to ensure the safety of students and staff. During a preventative lockdown, individuals are not permitted to enter or exit campus buildings.

  • Gunshot noises reported outside KHS, students, staff safe

    UPDATED 12:27 a.m.

    On a morning where school officials and the community were already apprehensive about rumors earlier in the week of a potential shooting incident at Kiel High School, emergency officials responded quickly to an early report from a staff member of alleged gun shots heard outside the schools entrance.

    All students and staff are reportedly safe following swift action by the Kiel Police Department and supporting law enforcement agencies.

  • UPDATE #2: Incident at KHS; school cancelled
    Gunshots were reportedly heard but not confirmed around 6:32 a.m. Friday, March 23 outside Kiel High School, according to officials speaking at a press conference.School has been cancelled for Friday, March 23 at Kiel High School as an incident has taken place at the school this morning.
  • Kiel police are following through on information pointing to possible threats of a school shooting incident alleged to happen later this week. On Tuesday afternoon,March 20, the Kiel Police Department received information regarding a possible threat of a school shooting allegedly planned toccur on Friday,March 23,at Kiel High School in the Citof Kiel.

  • Fox Valley Technical College’s Chilton Regional Center is now accepting applications for Nursing Assistant program classes for the 2018 Summer semester and the 2018 Fall semester.
  • Man sought by NH Police
    According to the New Holstein Police Department, Dallas R. Christel, 38, is wanted for failure to appear in court and was last known to reside in New Holstein.
  • Students participate in Jump Rope for Heart
    Zielanis students participate in Jump Rope for Heart
  • Sex offender to be released in Chilton March 13
    Registered sex offender to be released in Chilton on March 13.
  • Kiel Ice Sculpture has snowy backdrop

    A gentle snowfall throughout the day cast the 27th annual Kiel Ice Sculpture competition in an idyllic setting.

    The day began early, as set up crews preset the blocks of ice along Fremont Street with a total of 32 teams competing. A few teams were granted an early start to accommodate a television broadcast on WLUK - Channel 11 out of Green Bay. Snow flurries started in the early morning, but snowfall began to accumulate as carving subsided near 2 pm. 

  • Town of Schleswig to discuss school referendum and Cedar Lake Resort property Feb. 8
  • Stockbridge High School will be hosting the American Legion Sixth District Oratorical Contest this Sunday, Jan. 28 starting at 1 p.m.
  • Ananda Kemler Hughes, 45, of Kiel was killed Saturday, Jan. 13 in a two-vehicle accident on USH 151 in Manitowoc County.
  • Brandon Paulson, 19, of New Holstein was killed late Saturday night when a handgun he was reportedly holding discharged and he was struck in the head.
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