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  • City of New Holstein voters rejected a referendum in Tuesday’s election which would have allowed city government to exceed state-imposed tax levy restrictions by $100,000 per year for an unspecified number of years.
  • A hunting accident Friday in Calumet County claimed the life of Trent Schueffner, a junior at Fond du Lac St. Mary Springs High School and a resident of St. Cloud.
  • The public is invited to play bingo at Homestead Care Center (Atrium), 1712 Monroe St., New Holsein on Wednesday, Oct. 24 starting at 2 p.m.
  • Two groups of volunteers will be working Saturday morning, Sept. 1 to help on some storm clean-up projects and could use additional volunteers.
  • The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) unit will be available at the New Holstein Public Library, 2115 Washington St., from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31.
  • A Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) unit now is available at the New Holstein Public Library, 2115 Washington St.
  • The City of New Holstein’s Department of Public Works will be working to clear the brush from the terrace areas, city officials said Thursday afternoon.
  • The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, advises that the water level of Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin is currently above the target level and asks individuals to exercise caution.
  • Because of storm damage in Civic and Kiwanis parks in New Holstein, these parks are currently closed to the public, Police Chief Brian Reedy announced early Thursday morning.
  • Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has declared a State of Emergency for the counties of Fond du Lac, Juneau, La Crosse, Monroe, Vernon, and Washington following severe storms and flash flooding in the past week.
  • Shelly Lorenz-Adair, a native of the New Holstein/Chilton area, was reportedly shot and killed Monday, May 28 along with three other people in a Murfreesboro, Tennessee home.
  • ••••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.
  • 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.
  • Sex offender to be released in Chilton March 13
    Registered sex offender to be released in Chilton on March 13.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • New Holstein and Kiel police worked together on Tuesday, Oct. 10 to apprehend a robbery suspect.
  • Extreme/Zernicke Trucking of New Holstein is teaming up with VS Midwest Carriers of Kaukauna to collect and transport supplies for hurricane relief to the Houston, Texas area.
  • Because of the threat of severe storms potentially affecting the New Holstein area on Thursday, June 22, officials have made the decision to postpone the first Movie in the Park event.
  • A man died Monday morning after reportedly stabbing himself in a home in the 1900 block of Park Avenue in New Holstein.
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