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  • 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.
  • Chilton Area Catholic Middle School Honor Roll announced
    Chilton Area Catholic Middle School Honor Roll for first quarter has been announced.
  • Darius M. Finnie, 21, of Chilton died in a one-vehicle crash on Lemke Road in the town of Charlestown on Saturday, Dec. 23, according to the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department.
  • Fire damages NH home
    New Holstein firefighters were joined by other area departments Thursday morning, Dec. 21 in fighting a house fire in the 1900 block of Park Avenue.
  • Alexander D. Hanson, 19, of rural Cleveland was killed Saturday, Dec. 16 in a two-vehicle crash on West Washington Road east of Mineral Springs Road in the town of Meeme.
  • Voigt piano students provide Christmas concert
    Students of Jane Voigt performed for the Kiel Senior Citizens Dec. 4 at the Kiel Community Center.
  • Dec. 1 officially started the spring campaign period in Wisconsin.
    That was the first day for candidates who are running for nonpartisan office to circulate nomination papers.
  • New Holstein Middle School concert
    New Holstein Middle School choirs and bands provided their annual Christmas Concert in a packed Thomas J. Lynch Auditorium on Monday evening, Dec. 4.
  • A new Christmas Light show titled “Delightfully Chilton” is being held in December at Hobart Park/Calumet County Fairgrounds located at 231 Chestnut St. in Chilton.
  • Office staff serves busy police department well
    Chilton Police Department office staff has grown to two administrative assistants with the addition of Kelly Scheuer earlier this year.
  • The Rev. Dave Damkot has been named New Holstein’s Distinguished Person of the Year by the New Holstein Area Chamber of Commerce.
  • Making  for bright holiday

    Saturday marked the 12th annual Shop With A Cop event for law enforcement and selected children in Kiel and the wider Calumet County community.
    Shop with a Cop is hosted annually by the Kiel Police Department and cooperating law enforcement agencies from Calumet County.

  • All 21 seats on the Calumet County Board of Supervisors are up for election in the April 3 spring election according to Calumet County Clerk Beth Hauser.
  • Kiel Area Youth Theater kids will be participating in Christmas shows at Victorian Village in  Elkhart Lake.
  • New Holstein 4K Holiday program
    New Holstein 4K students held their annual Holiday Program last Friday in the Elementary School gym with the morning session performing at 9 a.m. and the afternoon session at 1 p.m.
  • Chilton Fire Department members responded to a structure fire on Monday morning, Dec. 11.
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