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  • CMS Students of Month recognized
    Students of the Month for March were recently recognized by their teachers at Chilton Middle School, including fifth graders Chloey Tasch and Josiah Campsall, sixth graders Maggie Moehn and Slaytt Nolan, seventh graders Isabelle See and Esteban Burciaga, and eighth graders Emily Roehrig and Oscar Rodriguez.
  • Joe Zenk, pastoral leader of the three Catholic parishes of St. Ann, Holy Rosary, and Ss. Peter & Paul, will be on hand to host a listening session in the Arps Room of the New Holstein Public Library at 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 25 for anyone who wishes to have some time with him.
  • The Chilton School District will be providing summer school opportunities with a couple changes for this year.
  • New Holstein Middle School staff have announced their third quarter Honor Roll students for the 2018-’19 school year.
  • Annual Sleigh Bell Run
    The 24th Annual Sleigh Bell Run was held Dec. 1 and raised over $10,000 for the children of the local communities.
  • An audit of New Holstein School District facilities has been completed and was presented to the Board of Education at Monday night’s meeting.

  • A new committee has been added to the list of Kiel City Council committees via an ordinance change introduced April 9.
    The purpose and duties of the new committee will include:
  • March Students of the Month for New Holstein Elementary School
    March Students of the Month for New Holstein Elementary School.
  • Ledge View Nature Center has a variety of programs this April and May for people of all ages, from lectures to hands-on activities.
  • Job/Career Fair
    A large Job/Career Fair was held last Wednesday at Chilton High School as efforts were made to connect numerous students from Calumet County area high schools, community members looking for a new career, and employers from the area and beyond.
  • Rick’s Piggly Wiggly and the City of Kiel Police Department are teaming up to offer a kids fun day and bike rodeo.
  • Detour affects drivers heading north on Fourth
heading north on Fourth
    Kiel motorists are being encourage to be respectful of a detour affecting northbound traffic on Fourth Street.
  • Chilton area

    Ebenezer United Church of Christ
    44 W. Washington St., Chilton
  • New Holstein’s annual Easter Egg Hunt—sponsored by Premier Financial Credit Union—is scheduled for this Saturday, April 20 starting at 11 a.m. sharp in Civic Park.
  • Kyle Loose receives scholarship
    Steve Nothem, president/CEO of Premier Financial Credit Union, awards Kyle Loose, a student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, with the $400 Premier Financial Credit Union College Scholarship in Memory of Charles Andes.
  • Students share agriculture experiences
    Kiel School District Superintendent Dr. Brad Ebert recently had the chance to sit down with five Kiel High School students to learn more about their experiences in their agriculture classes.
  • The Chilton Optimist Club will hold its annual Easter egg hunt starting at noon Saturday, April 20 at Klinkner Park.
    In case of inclement weather, the event will be held at Chilton Middle School.
  • Fischer joins REINS staff
    REINS, Inc. Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies is entering its 37th year of serving individuals with physical, cognitive, and developmental disabilities.
  • New Holstein/Kiel Police Cadets receives donation
    New Holstein’s Kiwanis Club recently donated $200 to the New Holstein/Kiel Police Cadets.

  • Returning birds are not the only music-makers back in action this tine of year as returning Chilton City Band members are eager to pick up their instruments and begin once again
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