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Gezella Breaks 400M Record

By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsAs the weather turned out to be beautiful, Denmark High School finally had the opportunity to host a track meet on Tuesday, April 25. For one Denmark High School student, his month just keeps getting better.
Girl's Soccer Grabs Win: Tuesday Roundup
Photo and scores compiled by Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsSoftball Wins BigDENMARK 14MARINETTE 5`Taylor Ullman got the win on the mound for the Lady Vikes in blowout fashion.
Future Business, Current Honors

DENMARK, WI — Behind every successful business is a coherent vision, managerial efficiency, adaptive tactics, and a work force. Most vitally, however, is the original ignition of an idea, brought to life only through experientially-influenced knowledge and an ability to enthuse both producers and consumers.

More Money, More Education

DENMARK, WI — In its first meeting since the passage of two referendum questions authorizing new funding, the Denmark School Board added new positions across all levels for the upcoming schoolyear.

“We have some money that the community said, ‘spend on quality education’ and we’re starting to grow again; not huge, but it’s ticking up over the last couple years. We have situations that need to get covered,” District Administrator Tony Klaubauf said.

Shefchik Receives Outstanding American Award
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsSuccess in wrestling is becoming a normal thing at Denmark High School. This time, though, it was one of the coaches being recognized for their achievements.Lennie Shefchik has been an assistant wrestling coach at Denmark the last 33 seasons. For the last 50 years, Shefchik has been doing some sort of coaching at numerous high schools in the area.
BelGioioso Continues Growth

By Charles Collier, The Denmark News

NEW DENMARK, WI-- No industry is more synonymous with Wisconsin than dairy, specifically cheese production. The world has come to expect only the best from our next-door cheesemakers and with multiple state, national and global awards for 22 different cheeses since 1991, BelGioioso is no small factor in that reputation.

Denmark Referendum: VOTED YES April 4th
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsThe Denmark School District on Tuesday night passed two referendum questions each with more than 65% of the vote. The first question on the ballot was to allow $14.9 million in general obligation bonds for facility upgrades and new structures, namely a new gymnasium.
Hansen Embraces Leadership Role
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe Denmark High School varsity softball team is used to having experience. Last year, a group of seniors played a big role for the team who took second place in the Northeastern Conference and was upset in regional play.
Denmark Forensics Hosts over 200 Students
By David D. Harper, DHS Forensics Head CoachOn Saturday, March 25, the DHS forensics traveling tournament team hosted over 200 students at Denmark High School for their home invitational tournament.
Salms Partners with Woodrow Residents
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsDenmark, WI—Residents on Woodrow Street will be getting some help in costs associated with upcoming sidewalk construction.Last summer when a handful of residents on Woodrow St. voiced concerns about speeding cars to the Village Board, it was clear the solution would not be simple.
Bergelin Wins Third State Title
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThere's a lot of trophies, banners, and medals decorating the bedroom of Brock Bergelin.None have been bigger than the two WIAA state individual wrestling championship banners the Denmark senior has had hanging since last year.He can now add a
Area Notes: Bergelin Advances to State Title Match
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsMADISON, Wis.--When the top two of anything match up, you know you're in for a treat.That exactly was the case Friday night, as the top ranked 120 pound wrestler in division two, Brock Bergelin, went face-to-face with the second ranked competitor, Sawyer Strom of Ellsworth.Bergelin, a two-time Wisconsin state champion, is no stranger to these types of matches.
Preview of Day Two from Madison
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsMADISON, Wis.--Both Denmark wrestlers will live to see another day.A silent afternoon led to an exciting evening for Denmark High School fans at the 74th annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association individual wrestling state tournament.Junior Joshua Frerk of Denmark made quick work of Tennessee Hatfield of River Valley, winning via pinfall after only 1 minute, 17 seconds.
Derricks Joins 1K Club
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsYou could feel the tension and excitement in the air of the Wrightstown High School gym last Thursday, Feb 2nd, when the Denmark High School varsity boy’s basketball team travelled to face conference opponent Wrightstown.
School Unveils Conceptual Plan

By Charles Collier, The Denmark News

On Monday, January 23, Matthew Wolfert of Bray Architects presented a conceptual design for renovations and additions to the high school building.

Last week the Board of Education approved a $14.9 million referendum question for the April 4 elections after finding wide public support from a survey conducted in September.

Boy's and Girl's Basketball Action: Photo Gallery
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