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  • The second time was a charm for Tim Ramthun as he won a seat Tuesday in the Wisconsin Assembly.
  • Mark Wiegert was elected sheriff of Calumet County on Tuesday, defeating New Holstein Police Department Captain Jeff Hebl in a close election by a margin of 2,961 to 2,813.
     
  • CMS students recognized
    Students of the Month for May were recently recognized at Chilton Middle School, including fifth graders Gwendolyn Sell and Blake Heinrich, sixth graders Emerson Schmitz and Carlos Hurtado, seventh graders Nateli Knaus and Hunter Vanrieshout, and eighth graders Mariah Hephner and James Garbisch. Students of the Month are nominated by their teachers for working hard in class, being respectful to others, and helping out whenever they can.
  • Office is reminding taxpayers that the final date to pay current year real estate taxes is July 31.
  • Service-Learning Awards presented in Fond du Lac

    Moraine Park Technical College is committed to student success, and encouraging student engagement in the local community is a large part of helping college students find success beyond college.

  • Tradition of service-Armed Forces family gathers for Hilbert Parade
    On a very warm Wednesday morning, Matt Van Haren, his two kids, Sam and Sara, and his sister Jenna Geiser, prepared to march down Main Street, Hilbert, as members of the group of service men and women who came to carry in the colors for the Fourth of July Parade.
  • The public is invited to St. John the Baptist Parish Festival, being held Sunday, July 15 on the church grounds in Johnsburg.
  • The Department of Public Instruction recently announced the 37 school districts that will receive funding through a competitive grant program dedicated to helping students with disabilities plan for life after high school.
  • Yellow ribbons tied to remind us of those deployed
    If you see a group of yellow ribbons tied onto the First Street Bridge in Kiel, they are placed there to remind us all of the Kiel members of the Army National Guard Unit, stationed in Plymouth, who were deployed this past week to active duty at a Middle East location.
  • The Hilbert Lions Blood Drive is planned for Monday, July 16 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Hilbert Community Center.
  • New Holstein Police Explorers were busy last Saturday morning fitting new bike helmets on local youths as the annual Bike Rodeo was held in the parking lot of CRW Insurance.
  • Hilbert Parade
    Hilbert’s annual parade was held as usual on the 4th of July.
  • A Shop with a Cop fundraising event is planned for this Saturday, July 14 at Scoops in Chilton from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • KASD receives $57K to improve school safety
    Kiel Area School District has received grant funding through the Department of Justice to improve school safety.
  • Under the sea: ‘Little Mermaid’ opens this week in Calumet County
    Calumet County Community Theatre will present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.”
  • The first-ever New Holstein Church Night at the Timber Rattlers has been scheduled for Saturday, July 28.

  • Chilton City Band’s Summer in the Park Concert Series continues this week with the Chilton City Band returning to the stage on Thursday, July 12 at Hobart Park by the fairgrounds in Chilton.
  • New Holstein Firefighter’s Parade
    It was a typical New Holstein Firefighter’s Parade last Sunday—sunny, warm, lots of music, and lots of people.
  • Coloring contest held by NHPD
    The New Holstein Police Department recently hosted a coloring contest.
  • Chilton High School Co-Valedictorians and Salutatorian announced
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