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PGA returning to the Straits VIDEO
The PGA Championship will return to Whistling Straits in 2010. Tickets are now available at www.PGA2010.com. The video here is exerpts from media day interviews.
Friday, June 5, 2009
Kiel observes '09 Memorial Day VIDEO
Through the leadership of the Kiel VFW Post, residents of the Kiel area observed the traditional Memorial Day Services along the banks of the Sheboygan River.
Friday, June 5, 2009
Barn fire at Straight Flush Pheasant Farm - VIDEO
The St. Anna Fire Department responded Tuesday, May 19 about noon to a barn fire at the Straight Flush Pheasant Farm in the Town of New Holstein on CTH J just south of Foundry Road. The department requested and received assistance from the New Holstein and Kiel fire departments. Serving as backups were the Town of Calumet and Elkhart Lake/Town of Rhine fire departments. Firefighters were able to contain and knock down the fire preventing the structure from becoming engulfed in flames. According to St. Anna Fire Chief Bob Thome whose department was in charge at the scene, the fire started when flames and sparks from a pile of burning branches fairly near the barn ignited a another pile of logs which lay adjacent to the barn and from there wind carried sparks onto the roof of the barn igniting a few different spots on the roof. Water tanker trucks ferried water to the scene with which firefighters aptly doused the burning piles, the barn roof and its stored contents. CLICK THE HEADLINE TO VIEW THE VIDEOBarn fire at Straight Flush Pheasant Farm
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Donor initiates establishment of dive team in the Stockbridge area - VIDEO
Two people, Danial Kleinhans of St. Nazianz and his daughter, Savannah of Cambria, lost their lives on Feb. 14 when their vehicle fell through a crack in the ice on Lake Winnebago. A third person Tiffany J. Dombrowski of St. Nazianz survived the accident through heroic efforts by members of the Stockbridge Fire Department. Following this tragic event, establishment of a dive team in Calumet County became a topic of discussion. On Feb. 19 area businessman Joe Nelsen, owner and operator of Hickory Hills Country Club, contacted Calumet County Sheriff Jerry Pagel and Mike Funk of the Stockbridge Fire Department and offered to donate a substantial amount of money to assist in initiating a dive team in the Stockbridge area near Lake Winnebago. Nelesen offered to purchase full equipment for two divers which includes both wet and dry suits, tanks and masks for the divers.
Monday, February 23, 2009
Sleigh Bell run draws 400-VIDEO
The 14th annual Sleigh Bell Run/Walk was held Saturday, Dec. 6 in Kiel. 400 participants came to Kiel for the event, which serves as a fundraiser for Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Kiel Cross Country Booster Club.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Castle Players present musical-VIDEO
The Kiel High School Castle Players presented their rendition of Once on This Island last week at the Castle Memorial Theater. See the Tri-County News for more photos and coverage.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Kiel High honors veterans-VIDEO
Members of the Kiel High School vocal and instrumental music department provided the backdrop for a solemn observance of Veteran's Day at KHS November 11. Many groups of local veterans were in attendance.
Friday, November 14, 2008
KMS honors Veterans-VIDEO
Bands, choruses and other student groups honored America's Veterans with a special program on Veteran's Day Nov. 11.
Friday, November 14, 2008
Kiel Residential Chimney Fire - Video
The Kiel Fire Department responded to a Kiel residential chimney fire on Thursday, Oct. 16 about 1 p.m. at 419 Sixth St., Kiel. The fire was reported by a neighbor who noticed excessive smoke pouring from the chimney. The home's occupants were not home at the time. A pet dog found in the home was taken to safety by firefighters, and temporarily housed in a neighbor's outdoor pen. First assistant chief Robert H. Hennings said firefighters removed a good deal of soot built up inside the chimney. Smoke built up inside the home was ventilated by firefighters. Click the headline to view the video.
Friday, October 17, 2008
KHS band presents halftime show-VIDEO
The Kiel Symphonic Band wowed the Homecoming crowd Friday night with its outstanding musical performance during its halftime show. Click on the headline to view video of the performance.
Monday, October 13, 2008
Kiel Raider fightsong-VIDEO
Kiel High School Pep Band members and the cheerleading squad lead the Raider faithful in the school fight song before the September 12 football game vs. Two Rivers. Click the headline to see the video
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Fall Family Fun Fest. SLIDESHOW
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Moosefest in Osman. SLIDESHOW
Moosefest in Osman.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Damaging Winds in Mt Calvary-VIDEO
Strong winds blew through Mt. Calvary the afternoon of July 16th. Most of the damage was caused by fallen trees and branches, but the residents were still without power until the morning of July 17th. One couple, Mr. and Mrs. Mueller, were not home the night of the storm, but returned to find damages to their deck and shed, and also a tree had fallen over their property line. Most of the debris was cleaned up the morning of the 17th, but some families still have a lot of work ahead.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Heavy rain in Kiel-VIDEO
A nasty thunderstorm with heavy rains blustered its way through Eastern Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon, July 16. More than 2.5 inches of rain fell in less than an hour causing Kiel streets to flood and giving motorists reason to take caution as they proceeded through flooded intersections. More storms were predicted for the remainder of the week.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Sheboygan River Dams-VIDEO
Heavy rains that inundated Eastern Wisconsin June 12 continued to 
impact the area long after the sun began to shine.
The Sheboygan River basin, which starts at the Sheboygan Marsh 
continued to show flood levels more than a week after the rainfall, as 
evidenced by these videos of various dams along the route. Normally, 
the Sheboygan River comes to a near standstill in the summer time. 
These images are well beyond even the normally active spring runoff 
Monday, June 23, 2008
Morrissey Park Project Finished-VIDEO
The Morrissey Park community playground build in Chilton was completed on schedule Sunday and was concluded with a dedication ceremony that consisted of tributes to the approximate 1,200 volunteers who embraced the five-day project with vim and vigor. Jerry Pagel who served as president of the committee which organized the build thanked everyone who had parts to play in this first phase of the project and identified particular individuals who took leadership roles. Among them is Shawn Reilly who spawned the idea of a community built playground and inspired people to join forces in bringing it to reality. The dedication, delayed for a time because of a downpour, included a song sung by a group of children telling about the project, a balloon release, a final outdoor supper and cake cutting. Much to their delight, children on the scene tried out the completed park equipment for the very first time.
Monday, June 23, 2008
Chilton's Morrissey Park Project-VIDEO
Chilton's Morrissey Park Project got under way Wednesday, June 18 with the actual construction of the community-built playground. Volunteers of all ages gathered at the start of the five-day build offering their skills and brawn. The Morrissey Park Project is about developing the land that once housed the old Chilton High School, transforming it into a spectacular play area for kids of all ages. Volunteer workers pitched in on all construction aspects of the build including preparing food for the workers and performing child care services. All funds for the project are being raised by the community. The goal is to raise $1 million, money used to construct and maintain the park. Activities include painting, sealing, routing, drilling, nailing, measuring, leveling, waxing nails, assembling, transporting beams and framework and the multitude of tasks that go into creating the finished playground. Most of the tools being used for the build have been donated by the community. This is phase I of the project which includes a skate park and basketball courts scheduled to be built in 2009, and splash pads to be built in 2010. Leathers & Associates of Ithaca, N.Y. are the designers of the playground.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Flooding in Tri-County Area-VIDEO
Between four and six inches of rain fell on the Tri-County News area the night of Thurday June 12th, causing a busy night for firefighters, utility and public works employees throughout the area.
Monday, June 16, 2008
KHS Class of '08 graduates-SLIDESHOW
The Class of 2008 made its final triumphant departure from the Kiel High School gymnasium Sunday, proudly clutching their diplomas at the annual commencement activities. Here are some photos which capture the day. Click the headline to enjoy the slideshow. Photos and slideshow by Mike Mathes.
Monday, June 2, 2008
Memorial Day in New Holstein-VIDEO
As always, it was a busy Memorial Day for New Holstein American Legion members and their Auxiliary. After an early-morning breakfast, they were off to take part in brief services at all the area cemeteries, including Marytown and St. Anna where some of these photos were snapped. A nice audience turned out at the cemetery in Marytown. Then it was back to New Holstein for the 10:15 a.m. parade up Wisconsin Avenue to the New Holstein City Cemetery for the Memorial Day program. Mark Sherry, editor of the Tri-County News, was the guest speaker, while active military personnel Ed Pethan and Ryan Pafford were also present. Following the ceremony, Legion and Auxiliary members conducted their annual Memorial Day Dinner at the Legion Hall.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Memorial Day observance in Chilton-VIDEO
Memorial Day 2008 was observed by the Chilton community with a traditional parade and services at Hillside Cemetery. Tom Cullen served as parade marshall. The Chilton High School and Chilton City bands provided the parade's marching music. Sherwood resident Harland "Harley" Zietlow, vice-commander of the American Legion Sixth District served as guest speaker.  "I challenge you to teach the young about preserving this date - Memorial Day," Zietlow told an audience of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences gathered about the hillside."  Zietlow pleaded for "preserving the memory of those who have gone before us, that their efforts on behalf of the freedoms we enjoy will always be remembered and cherished. That their efforts on our behalf never have, nor ever will, have been in vain." The combined American Legion Post 125 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3153 raised the flag and made up the firing squad. Two VFW Auxiliary members placed wreaths at a veterans monument. Taps and echo taps were played by members of the Chilton High School Band. Poppy Princess Lauryn Hacker told the Poppy Princess story.  Chilton School District Administrator Dr. Claire Martin served as master of ceremonies and Rev. Robert Kollath, pastor of Good Shepherd Parish, gave the invocation and benediction.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Kiel Memorial Day Service-VIDEO
Citizens from the Kiel Area gathered Monday at Veterans Memorial Park along the banks of the Sheboygan River to pay their respects to American soldiers who gave their lives in service to the nation. Kiel's VFW Post 6707 conducted the memorial service, with the assistance of the Kiel Municipal Band, Kiel Symphonic Band and Kiel Middle School Band. Kiel Boy Scouts led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Voice of Democracy winner Whitney Radder presented her winning oration. Mike Mathes served as the emcee for the program, while Rev. Curtis Larson delivered the invocation and benediction. Courtney Toepel led the crowd in the singing of the National Anthem.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
NH Disaster Exercise-VIDEO
Numerous local emergency agencies participated Monday evening (May 19) 
in a disaster exercise at Homestead Care Center in New Holstein. The 
scenario was a fire inside the kitchen area at the nursing home. 
Assisting the New Holstein Fire Department with the drill was the 
Homestead, New Holstein First Responders, Calumet Medical Center 
Ambulance, Kiel Ambulance, Chilton Fire Department, Kiel Fire 
Department, St. Anna Fire Department, Calumet Medical Center, New 
Holstein Police, New Holstein Emergency Government, Calumet County 
Emergency Government, New Holstein Transportation, and Calumet County 
911 dispatch center. Between 20 and 30 youths from the community and 
the New Holstein Fire Department Explorers played the roles of 
residents and injured patients. Theda Star emergency helicopter also 
landed on the Homestead lawn and took away an injured person.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Beer fest draws crowd-VIDEO
Beer lovers numbering nearly 3,000 gathered Sunday to enjoy their beverage of choice at the 17th Annual Wisconsin MicroBrewers Beer Festival. Hosted by Rowland's Calumet Brewing Company, the event took place at the Calumet County fairgrounds, expanding for the first time to a third building. Music was provided for the event by Copper Box and the Gerry Schneider Orchestra. Click the headline to watch the video.
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Goose nests targeted in Kiel-VIDEO
In an attempt to deal with a growing goose population, and the accompanying mess, the City of Kiel undertook a goose egg hunt this past Saturday. With permission from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Mayor Robert Werdeo, Jr. and volunteers from the Hermitage Conservation Club scouted the banks of the Sheboygan River in Kiel in hopes of finding nests full of goose eggs. While success was limited, they were able to locate and oil some eggs. CLICK HEADLINE TO VIEW VIDEO.
Sunday, May 4, 2008
The following videos have been prepared by the iwantthenews.com staff and correspondents. Please click on the headlines to bring up the videos. More videos can be found in the Community and Sports sections of this website.
Wind turbines change the view-VIDEO
Wind turbines have changed the landscape in northern Fond du Lac County. Here are a few views for those who haven't had the opportunity to drive through the Holy Land recently. The turbines stretch from an area west of Marytown to the Johnsburg area.
Monday, April 7, 2008


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