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  • 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.
  • As of late Tuesday afternoon New Holstein police had not issued any further information about an incident which occurred at a Park Avenue home.
  • Local school board and township officials were elected or re-elected as voters went to the polls on Tuesday, April 4.
  • The Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office is offering up to a $500 cash reward through the Crime Stoppers program for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for vandalism and burglary to United Ministries located in St. Nazianz.
  • Calumet County law enforcement officials announced Thursday, Feb. 2 that former New Holstein School District Administrator Christopher J. Nelson, 64, is being released from prison.
  • Local fire departments responded to a report of a structure fire at W1896 Kiel Rd. southwest of New Holstein on Saturday, Jan. 7 around 8:10 a.m.
  • An early morning fire on Thursday, Dec. 1 caused extensive smoke damage to Riverhills Screenprinting & Embroidery in New Holstein.
  • Police officers from Kiel and New Holstein responded to the construction area at Amerequip on Thursday, Nov. 17 for a report of a female driver who had struck a parked vehicle.
  • Tri-County News area election results
    Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
    Update #8, 7:16 a.m.
  • The Homestead Auxiliary recently purchased a new patio table and four chairs for the residents at Atrium Post Acute Care of New Holstein.
  • New Holstein FFA Alumni Crops Show
    The annual New Holstein FFA Alumni Crops Show was held recently in the New Holstein High School FFA classrooms.
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