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Vikings Can't Stop Wrightstown Run Game

By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe recent history between the Wrightstown Tigers and Denmark Vikings varsity football teams is no secret. In 2014, the Tigers knocked the Vikings out of the WIAA playoffs on a controversial call. In 2015, then-junior running back Bryce Herlache rushed for over 100 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers' 35-19 win.
Vikings Shut Out in Opener: Three Takeaways
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe Denmark Vikings varsity football team looked to redeem themselves after a disappointing 2015 season. In last year’s season opener, Freedom went into Denmark and drove for over 500 yards of total offense and smacked Denmark, 35-19. This year, there wasn’t much of a narrative change.
ECC Bake Sale An Important Ingredient of Community
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsOn Tuesday afternoon, students from the Early Childhood Center’s summer program took to the sidewalk to sell baked goods as part of their community learning. Students in the program learn about the importance of being a good neighbor and helping the community they live in.All funds raised from the bake sale go to community groups and causes, such as the Denmark Volunteer Fire Department and Community Cupboard in the past.
Bisbee to Lead Charge for Vikings
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe Denmark varsity football team hasn't had a starting senior quarterback since 2011. That changes this season with senior Austin Bisbee. Bisbee started all but two games last season at quarterback, and he still grabbed honorable mention All-Conference honors at the quarterback position.
Lay It, Don't Spray It
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsOn Monday, August 1, the Town of Cooperstown adopted a two-year moratorium on the spray irrigation of liquid manure. Opposition to the fertilization tactic stems from health concerns regarding airborne pathogens such as e. coli, streptococcus spp., salmonella and various others.
Vikings Travel to Freedom Friday, Open 2016 Season
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark News The Denmark High School varsity football team is coming off of a 3-6 record last season.  The Vikings missed out of the WIAA Playoffs for the first time in three years last season. With all of that visible, it's clear to say the team has a chip on their shoulder headed into this season.
Woodrow Street Seeks Speedy Solution
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsOn Tuesday morning, August 2, four 25 mile-per-hour speed limit signs were placed on Woodrow Street between Green Bay Ave and North Ave.Residents on Woodrow Street have been working with the Village to help taper speeding vehicles on the increasingly popular thoroughfare since late May.
Denmark Municipal Garage Officially For Sale
By The Denmark News StaffKeen observers of Denmark’s downtown may have noticed “for sale” signs in the windows of the municipal garage at 135 Main Street. While the Village has been taking calls regarding the listing, a preferred price had not been set.Using comparable municipalities and a valuation from Keystone Appraisal, the Village Board set the price for the garage at $65,000, as-is.
Denmark Lions Get Gazebo Go-Ahead
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsAfter staking out with PVC piping a prospective gazebo in Memorial Park, the Denmark Lions Club gained Village Board approval to move into the design phase of the project.Uncertainty remains over where exactly in the park the proposed 12-foot by 18-foot structure should be built and whether the flagpole and sign synonymous with the park would have to be moved.Discussion with the Board and community will continue as the club
Football's Back: Haese Preaching 'Stepping Up'
Football is back.That means the planning, scheming, strategizing, scouting, sleepless nights, and all of the craziness that comes with Chris Haese’s job, are also back. Haese is entering his sixth season as the varsity head coach of the Denmark High School football team.
Collins, Pelischek Decide New Homes
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsIt wasn’t expected.When the University of North Dakota cut their baseball program following the 2015-16 season, two Denmark natives were left without an athletic future at the collegiate level.
Maribel's Oldest Resident turns 100
SubmittedI can’t think of anyone who can say they have only lived in one house for their entire life. But Evie Huletz can. It may be a Guinness world record.Evie Huletz was born on July 23, 1916. She was born and raised in her parents’ house which they built one year before Evie was born. Her father died in a car accident when Evie was 15 years old. On January 7, 1942, at the age of 25, Evie married Clarence Huletz .
Rodriguez, Skaletski Labeled All-Star's
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsTwo recent Denmark High School graduates are taking the football field as High Schoolers one final time. Upper Iowa University commit Adam Skaletski and St.
Notes from Boys of Summer
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsIf you’re not familiar with the annual Boys of Summer fastpitch softball tournament that takes place right in your backyard, familiarize yourself.The tournament takes place at Circle Tap in Denmark, which is home to one of the premier softball teams in the world, the Circle Tap Dukes.
Six-Run Inning Powers Vikings
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsA six-run first inning powered the Denmark Vikings varsity baseball team to a regional victory on their home turf against fifth-seeded Sturgeon Bay.Five hits and six runs to lead things off in the bottom of the first inning was virtually all it took for the Vikings.
Boy's Golf Falls Short
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe Denmark varsity boy’s golf team was coming off of a sixth place finish at the Northeastern Conference meet coming into Tuesday’s WIAA regional meet at Irish Waters Golf Club in Kaukauna.
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