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My Name Is Old Glory

 Today, June 14, is Flag Day, and it marks when 13 young and rebellious colonies already unified in war officially banded together under a single banner. This year, the Stars and Stripes turn 241-years-old.June 14 is also the birthday of lifelong Denmark man, Charlie Winnekens, who turned 68today.
My Name Is Old Glory
 Today, June 14, is Flag Day, and it marks when 13 young and rebellious colonies already unified in war officially banded together under a single banner. This year, the Stars and Stripes turn 241-years-old.June 14 is also the birthday of lifelong Denmark man, Charlie Winnekens, who turned 68today.
My Name Is Old Glory
 Today, June 14, is Flag Day, and it marks when 13 young and rebellious colonies already unified in war officially banded together under a single banner. This year, the Stars and Stripes turn 241-years-old.
June 14 is also the birthday of lifelong Denmark man, Charlie Winnekens, who turned 68today.
My Name Is Old Glory
 Today, June 14, is Flag Day, and it marks when 13 young and rebellious colonies already unified in war officially banded together under a single banner.
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State Softball: Denmark Cannot Hang On, Loses to Mosinee
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsAfter a seven-run first inning, the Denmark Lady Vikes varsity softball team fell to Mosinee in a state semifinal game, 8-7
LISTEN: State Softball - Denmark vs. Mosinee
The Denmark News is on MixlrThe Denmark News will have live broadcasts of the WIAA State Softball Tournament this weekend, brought to you by CIRCLE TAP.
LISTEN: State Softball - Denmark vs. Mosinee
The Denmark News is on MixlrThe Denmark News will have live broadcasts of the WIAA State Softball Tournament this weekend, brought to you by CIRCLE TAP.
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LISTEN: State Softball - Denmark vs. Mosinee
The Denmark News is on MixlrThe Denmark News will have live broadcasts of the WIAA State Softball Tournament this weekend, brought to you by CIRCLE TAP.
Not All Heroes Wear Caps

He left high school due to circumstance.

[caption id="attachment_2337" align="aligncenter" width="685"] Norman Knuth receives an honorary diploma from Denmark Superintendent Tony Klaubauf.
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