Sunday 29 November 2015
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[From Left] Sheriff Ott, Deacon Dennis Bennin, Hilde Bennin and Lt. Tyson, pose for a picture

Partners in Pie

Local residents work with cops to help fund Calumet’s K-9 unit BY PATRICK MARES Saturday afternoon local community members and the...


Calumet County Budget Breakdown

BY BETTY SCHILLING The proposed 2016 Calumet County budget reflects a $5.14 tax rate which represents a 11 cent reduction in the rate to...


Accident in Calumet County

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Department has released details on the accident that took place at approximately 1:12 a.m. this...


Wisconsin State Patrol Presents Awards for Heroism, Lifesaving Actions and Exceptional Service

Special tributes given to Trooper Trevor Casper and other fallen officers Governor Scott Walker today presented awards during a ceremony in...

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April Gehl Joins Sister in Hilbert’s 1000 Kill Club

By Paul Frazier April Gehl is quite a young athlete. Obviously a hard worker, she is a three sport prep star at Hilbert High School. She...

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Brillion Homecoming Festivities

Brillion’s Homecoming week festivities weren’t decided in time to make this edition of the paper, but we wouldn’t want...

Pat Rowland holds out a young hop for inspection. The yellow pollen inside turns gold as the hop ripens and the aroma richens to the bitter scent beer lovers recognize.

Rowland’s Calumet Brewery Gears up for Crafty Apple Fest

BY PATRICK MARES This time of year Pat Rowland has two things on his mind, his plans for the Crafty Apple Fest and the growing side...


Calumet County Park Geocaching

Friends From Stockbridge and Winneconne Join in on the Geocaching Fun There are 2,697,469 geocaches around the world. Although, you may be...


The More Things Change

By Patrick Mares
Four CMC veterans, and what they remember from over the years

Governor Scott Walker, chair of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation board of directors listens Tuesday during a meeting at Logistics Health Inc. PETER THOMSON photo

Two companies fail after getting $1.4 million from Gov. Scott Walker’s jobs agency

Tomahawk Metal Products and North American Finishing promised to provide hundreds of jobs; WEDC made loans despite warning signs By Dee J....