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  • New Holstein and Kiel police worked together on Tuesday, Oct. 10 to apprehend a robbery suspect.
  • State and local health officials are advising residents to continue to protect themselves against mosquito bites as they announce this year’s first confirmed human case of West Nile virus (WNV) in a resident of Calumet County.
  • Three vehicles were stolen recently from the village of Stockbridge, according to a report received on Wednesday, Oct. 4 by the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department.
  • Three vehicles stolen in the village of Stockbridge.
  • The Kiel Area Board of Education set the stage Tuesday, Sept. 19 for designing April referendum questions around two key initiatives.
  • Preschool students enjoy reading time
    Preschool students Bentley Seaman, Annabelle Krause, Alyssa Meyer, and Audrey Wilkum share books and enjoy reading time.
  • After lengthy discussion and debate, the Calumet County Board of Supervisors voted to pass Ordinance 2017-06 to enact a one-half percent county sales tax at their meeting Tuesday evening by an 11-7 vote, with two supervisors absent and one abstaining.
  • Chilton Police Department and school administration confirm safety threat
  • At the Sept. 7 dinner meeting of the New Holstein Lions Club, guests for the evening were Jim Meyer and Mike Muellenbach representing the New Holstein Youth Wrestling Club.
  • Diane Rieder celebrates five years of service
    Steve Nothem, president/CEO of Premier Financial Credit Union, congratulates Diane Rieder, CPA, on five years of service to the members of the credit union. Rieder is the vice president/CFO.
  • Chilton High School will be observing a mock crash scenario Thursday, Oct. 5
  • Kiel’s 2017 Homecoming Court
    Kiel’s 2017 Homecoming Court.
  • Wage and salary increases for school district employees were approved by the Kiel Area Board of Education at its September 19 meeting.
  • UDL training introduced to area school districts
    Staff from three area school districts were able to attend a special Universal Design for Learning (UDL) training held on Aug. 28 at Hilbert High School.
    UDL is a research-based set of principles that was created in the early 1990’s to guide the design of learning environments that are accessible and effective for all.
  • A return to normalcy for Fremont?

    Signs were pointing to light at the end of the tunnel Friday for the Fremont Street detour that has boxed in Kiel's downtown for the past month.


  • The road construction and utility upgrade project that has had much of central Kiel knotted up in detours this summer has an end in sight.

    The Kiel Police Department reports news that the detour on Fremont Street is expected to be lifted early next week, and that all remaining construction is expected to be conclude by October 16.


  • Milwaukee Bucks visit CHS home football game
  • Three jobs fairs have been scheduled by Manpower for immediate job openings in the Kiel, Hilbert and Plymouth plants. The job fairs will take place Friday, September 22 and Monday, September 25.
  • The Kiel Area Board of Education set the stage Tuesday for designing April referendum questions around two key initiatives. The April questions will center around an ongoing revenue need to exceed levy limits, set at $4000,000 a year. A second portion of the referendum will ask for a maximum of $9.9 million to support two community initiatives for new and improved facilities. Those projects include upgraded athletic facilities being proposed as Raider Nation Renovation and the construction of a new fine arts center/theater being supported by Friends of the Kiel Performing Arts.

  • Church group helps rebuilding in New Orleans
    At the end of July, people from Chilton St. Martin Lutheran Church’s Mission Possible drove down to New Orleans, Louisiana to aide in the rebuilding of their community and faith.
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