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  • Calumet County Sheriff’s Office deputies and others saved two men on Lake Winnebago Thursday, July 18 when their boat capsized.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 annual meeting of the Town of New Holstein is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16 starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, W1465 Tecumseh Rd., New Holstein.
  • Following are local election results from the vote held Tuesday, April 2 in Wisconsin.
  • In addition to all local schools being closed today because of dangerous wind chills, many businesses, churches, and other entities are closed or have cancelled events.
  • Groundwater talk postponed due to weather
  • The New Holstein Police Department has rescheduled the Town Hall meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 30 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. because of the forecasted wind chill.
  • In addition to all local schools being closed today (Monday, Jan. 28) for a snowstorm expected to dump as much as a foot of snow on the area, New Holstein City Hall is also closed.

  • A 36-year-old woman from Kaukauna was killed Sunday night, Jan. 13 when she stepped onto USH 151 in Pipe and was struck by a passing pickup truck.
  • The New Holstein Police Department has cancelled its “silver alert” for a missing senior citizen as the woman and her son were found safe in Kentucky.
  • New Holstein High School is hosting the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Honors Choir & Band Concert this Saturday, Jan. 5 starting at 3 p.m. in the gymnasium.
  • 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.
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