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Vikings in Late-season Form With Sweeping Pair From Foxes

by Kelly Fenton, The Denmark News

DENMARK – Though the Denmark High School softball team has thus far battled only the lower-division teams in the North Eastern Conference, it has been impressive in running up a 4-0 mark, demonstrating none of the rust you might expect from a team kept indoors by weather for most of April.

Kohl Scholarships: Denmark Initiative

Samantha George

George enjoys spending her time outdoors, ranking Fonferek’s Glen and the Devils River Trail among two of her favorite non-Badlands hiking spots. Oh yeah, and the nature trails of UW-Green Bay.

“I love UWGB because it’s just full forest,” she says, marking the trails and the university’s environmental science reputation as large reasons for her decision to pursue a Ecology and Conservation degree there.

Educational System “Most Important Thing”

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — Not often is one greeted by a 365-person standing ovation, but the collection of Northeast Wisconsin students, instructors, and their families at Denmark High School offered just that on Saturday afternoon when one of Wisconsin’s most recognizable names entered the auditorium-turned-banquet hall.

Safety Education

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — Protecting against the unpredictable is often a stressful process. As school shootings have continued, however intermittently, to capture national attention, review of security protocol has become a common facet of every district administration.

April Blizzard Brings Shrugs & Shivers

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — Parking lot snow banks towered above vehicles, bumpy and slippery rides accompanied already slow-moving traffic, and homeowners shoveling out their driveways and sidewalks were treated to vigorous upper body workouts. Everyone in Northeast Wisconsin was heavily taxed by Mother Nature’s cruel sleight-of-hand which in some areas dumped 30 inches of wet, heavy snow in a three-day storm.

Safeguarding Our Future

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — In the two-month wake of an armed attack of a Florida school, national attention has remained on furthering school safety and seeking ways to protect against and prevent the heinous, unpredictable attacks.

North Wall Delayed One Year

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — “We make plans, and God laughs,” is an adage often deployed to soften the blow of life’s unexpected jabs. He must have had quite the chuckle watching last Wednesday’s special meeting of the Denmark Village Board, especially when a sour vote postponed long-planned road construction.

Two Teams from Denmark Advance to Destination Imagination's Global Finals
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STEVENS POINT — After winning honors for creativity, teamwork and problem solving, Denmark students have earned the right to compete in Destination Imagination's Global Finals between May 23-26 in Knoxville, TN.

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