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  • 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.
  • Reading Sleepover held at Chilton Elementary
    A total of 45 students attended the annual Fourth Grade Reading Sleepover April 5-6 at Chilton Elementary School.
  • A Kids Heart Challenge
    A Kids Heart Challenge (formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart) slime rally was held at New Holstein Elementary School on March 21.
  • The Kiel Easter Egg Hunt is planned for Saturday, April 20 starting at 10 a.m. sharp at Hingiss Park.
  • Council supports expansion of TID on northeast side
    Kiel’s City Council gave approval April 9 for an expansion of the boundaries and scope of projects in Tax Incremental District #4.
  • ‘Little Women’ run a success at Kiel High
    The Kiel High School spring musical presentation of “Little Women” was a success this past weekend, drawing big crowds to the Castle Theater.
  • Chilton Middle School presented “Madagascar, Jr.”
    Chilton Middle School presented “Madagascar, Jr.” over the weekend.
  • Food pantry gets donation
    After a successful brat fry fundraiser on Saturday, March 23 at Rick’s Piggly Wiggly in Kiel, National Mutual Benefit donated $1,150 to the Kiel Area Food Pantry.
  • New Holstein Commerce also donated to the New Holstein/Kiel Police Cadets
    The New Holstein Area Chamber of Commerce also donated $200 to the New Holstein/Kiel Police Cadets.
  • Ladd takes on Kiel Mill restoration

    Landmark site getting facelift of historic proportion

    When Markus Ladd moved to Kiel nearly 20 years ago, he was impressed by the friendliness of the community.
  • Newton farmer remains on PDPW Board
    Officials of the Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) have announced their 2019-’20 Board of Directors and Executive Committee, re-electing incumbents Jay Heeg as president, Katy Schultz as vice president, and Dan Scheider as secretary, and naming Janet Clark as new treasurer of the board.
  • A possible reduction in custodial staff hours was a primary topic of discussion as the Kiel Board of Education reviewed the preliminary 2019-’20 staffing plan at their board work session held Wednesday evening, April 3.
  • 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.
  • Jacob Thiel receives scholarship
    Steve Nothem, president/CEO of Premier Financial Credit Union, awards New Holstein’s Jacob Thiel—a student at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay—the $400 Premier Financial Credit Union College Scholarship.
  • Spring Concert
    The Kiel Municipal Band paired with the Kiel Historical Society to highlight the community’s musical history in the spring concert Sunday.
  • Salzsieder earns top Wisconsin honor

    Sue Salzsieder, Chilton Elementary and Middle School library media specialist, was recognized as the WEMTA Professional of the Year at the Wisconsin Educational Media & Technology Association’s Spring Conference, “Many Choices, Many Voices,” on April 1 at the Kalahari Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells.

  • ‘Little Women’ opens Thursday at KHS
    On April 11, Kiel High School’s Theater Department will bring the story of literary heroine Jo March of Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” to life on the stage of the Castle Theatre at KHS.
  • Robert Keith Hughes, 68, of rural Kiel was killed Monday afternoon, April 8 when the bicycle he was operating was struck by a vehicle on CTH XX between Herr and Pioneer roads in the town of Meeme.
  • Following are local election results from the vote held Tuesday, April 2 in Wisconsin.
  • Red Star Express releases 2nd Gospel CD
    Completing a project that’s been in the making for more than a year, a local bluegrass band will be releasing their newest Gospel bluegrass CD this Saturday at its annual Gospel Bluegrass show.
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