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  • Rick’s Piggly Wiggly in Kiel, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Grocers Association (WGA) Education & Scholarship Foundation, has awarded two scholarships to their employees.

  • A woman investigating noises in her garage at 3:30 a.m. Monday, June 17 in the town of Rantoul was apparently struck and critically injured by the fleeing suspect’s vehicle.
  • The 26-year-old man who was found deceased in a vehicle on a city of New Holstein street on Friday, June 14 has been identified as Ryan Swan of Baraboo.
  • Chilton American Legion Essay winners

    The Chilton American Legion Auxiliary Unit 125 presented the 2019 Americanism Essay Contest winners at their recent unit gathering.

  • Honor Guard helps mark Legion’s 100th

    About 20 members of American Legion Post 125 and VFW Post 3153 marched in the Memorial Day parade in Chilton this year, along with three members of the National Guard.

  • Trinity Lutheran School in Kiel will begin offering all-day 3-year-old preschool services next school year.

  • NHPL cites anniversary

    New Holstein’s Public Library observed its 90th anniversary and its Summer Reading Program sign-up with a variety of activities last Saturday.

  • Badger State representatives named

    New Holstein High School’s 2019 representatives to Badger Girls State and Badger Boys State have been selected, according to Ben Zoelle, Badger State coordinator.

  • This year the Kiel High School Scholarship & Awards Ceremony was held at Kiel High School.

  • New Holstein Boy Scout Troop 834 clean up pond

    Last month members of New Holstein Boy Scout Troop 834 were joined by Eagle Scouts and former and current leaders to do some clean-up at Schildhauer’s Pond just east of the city.

  • Reports are circulating that the body of a 26-year-old man was found in a vehicle in the city of New Holstein on Friday, June 14.
  • Walla Hi Trails

    About 30 people got together on Sunday, June 2 to walk the Walla Hi trails east of Kiel.

  • An update on the Kiel Area School District’s  strategic plan/vision was shared at the June 5 meeting of the Kiel Area School Board.

  • The Kiel Area Association of Commerce sponsors the event which will feature music by the Jerry Schneider Polka Band from 1 to 5 p.m., followed by Ruben and the Receders from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • With an eye toward consumer convenience and evolving dining trends, LaClare Family Creamery is expanding its offerings with a new line of four-ounce Crumbled Goat Cheeses.

  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Wednesday, June 5 that 149 communities across America including Calumet County,Sheboygan County, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, and Oshkosh have been selected to receive funding for brownfield site revitalization to help local governments redevelop vacant and unused properties, transforming communities and local economies.

  • A band concert, fireworks show, three-wheel races, and a big parade are all part of Chilton’s Summer Festival which runs from this Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, June 16 (Father’s Day).

  • Ebenezer United Church of Christ again distributed flower planters around Chilton last Friday
  • The American Cancer Society is calling on all community members to participate in the annual Relay For Life of Calumet County-Brillion on Friday, June 14 at Brillion Elementary/Middle School.

  • New Holstein American Legion Post 124 will be dedicating its new flag pole outside the Legion Hall on Wisconsin Avenue on Flag Day, Friday, June 14, in a ceremony open to the public starting at 2 p.m.
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