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Late Spartan TD spoils Denmark’s season-opener, new coach’s debut

By Kelly Fenton for The Denmark News DENMARK – If Denmark High School proved one thing on Friday night, it’s that it’s not where you...

’94 Cooperstown Tornado Still Spinning Heads

COOPERSTOWN—The day after Independence Day in 1994 was one many in this area would not soon forget. Though mature trees and new construction have healed...

Respecting History, Investing in Future

By Alex Strouf, The Denmark News Field of Dreams II to help youth programs in Denmark The Denmark Youth Baseball and Softball organization is set to...

New Gas Station, Burger King In Maribel

MARIBEL—Thick overcast and chilling rain greeted construction crews in January when they broke ground on Ewald Ln. in Maribel. Some may have seen those conditions...

Hemp Industry Taking Root In Wisconsin

WISCONSIN—The state’s first industrial hemp crop in over sixty years is now being planted by 227 farmers on about 2,200 acres. The plant is...

Shining Light on the Summer Solstice

By Chris Nelson Ahh, the first day of summer. It’s the day every Wisconsinite waits for after a long winter and a short spring. We have felt...

Not All Heroes Wear Caps

He left high school due to circumstance. 66 years later, Norm Knuth gets the pomp he deserves. By Charles Collier DENMARK—Shortly after starting chores in a slightly...

State Track: Kralovetz Takes Second, Gezella Fifth

By Alex Strouf, The Denmark News Leah Kralovetz placed second in the 3200- and 1600-meter runs at the 2018 WIAA State Track & Field tournament...

Viking Veteran Stories: Norman Sengbusch

At 17-years-old in 1945, Norman Sengbusch was fending off pressure from his mother to buy the farm across the road from the family’s home....

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