The Chilton Morrissey Park Project Inc, in conjunction with the Chilton Area Catholic School, is holding its bi-monthly aluminum can fundraising drive starting Friday, July 10 through Sunday, July 12. Friday, July 10, 2015
The latest Delta Publications history book will be unveiled to the public on Friday, Dec. 5 at the Frolic on Fremont festivities in Kiel's main business district. The popular Moments in Time feature from the Tri-County News sparked the publication of the first "coffee table" edition of Moments in Time in the fall of 2013.
In an effort to keep iwantthenews.com a free site, Delta Publications is asking the cooperation of our visitors. Beginning this week, visitors will be prompted to complete brief surveys to complete reading stories posted to our website. The surveys are operated by Google jointly through our software provider 1UpSoftware. Friday, September 12, 2014
The OK Dance Band sponsored by Great Midwest Bank, Central Garage and Vande Hey Brantmeier GM will be the featured guest band on Thursday, Aug. 1 for the seventh concert of the 2013 "Summer in the Park" concert series.
The dewy quiet of early morning on Sunday, Aug. 4 will have bicyclists out enjoying the scenery on local roads as volunteers orchestrate Ledge View Nature Center's 26th annual Escarpment Bike Tour. Thursday, August 1, 2013
Introductions of the new student representative to the board and the new police school liaison officer were made at the July School District of Chilton Board of Education meeting. Thursday, August 1, 2013
Prevent Suicide Calument County, the volunteer coalition for suicide prevention, education, and post-suicide support in Calumet County, is pleased to offer a peer-facilitated support and educational group for adults who are bereaved because of the death by suicide. The group will meet monthly on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 5:00 to 6:30 pm at the Chilton Town Hall meeting room, County Hwy BB near Hickory Hills Road. Thursday, March 22, 2012
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