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Choir Concert Sings Hope for Holidays

By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsDenmark, WI—Denmark’s middle school and high school choirs performed their 2016 winter concert on Monday, December 5 for a packed cafetorium.Under the direction of Kim Hess the middle schoolers sang with emotion and uniformity uncommon for such young performers.


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GCAW Academic All-State Team
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThree members of the Denmark High School varsity girls golf team have been named to the Academic All-State team.
EDITORIAL: A Plea for Post-Election Peace
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsThis election season has been, as the ubiquitous media coverage has told us, historical. Never before, so they say, has there been such dynamism in a presidential race and that now, of all times, is the most important for the American peoples’ rationale to be voiced in the ballot box.
VIDEO: Bergelin Commits
[embed][/embed]By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsDENMARK--During a Monday night sit down at The Denmark News office, Denmark High School senior and two-time state wrestling champion Brock Bergelin announced where his academic and athletic future was heading.Bergelin whittled down an originally long list of possible
Jens Shines in Denmark Loss
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsDenmark High School sophomore Brady Jens didn’t have much experience catching a football coming into the 2016 WIAA football season. In fact, Jens didn’t even play his freshman year.Due to his highly praised athleticism, Jens found himself as the top wideout on the varsity squad just a few days into practice.
Heating U.P. Wisconsin
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsLiving in Wisconsin has plenty of perks, but they can become easy to forget about come winter. Slippery roads, snow shoveling, and sub-zero temperatures can make the Frozen Tundra a sometimes unbearable landscape.
Editorial: Sports Remind Us That Life is Fragile
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsAs I sit across from my laptop this morning, I write with a heavy heart. Time and time again, we are reminded how fragile, precious, and valuable life really is. This is the second time this year I'll be writing an editorial regarding loss in the sports world, but this one is different than the last.
Kralovetz Shining, Neshota Results
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsDenmark High School sophomore Leah Kralovetz expressed some interest in joining cross country last spring. Denmark varsity cross country head coach Terry Wetzel wasn’t going to let it get away.
DSB Eyes Future, Proud of Past
By Charles Collier, The Denmark News
Last week’s issue featured this piece regarding Denmark State Bank. The information and quotations were compiled over e-mail and some communications become intertwined. Our original publication attributed the following quotes to Linda Bodden, a marketing specialist for Denmark State Bank.
Construction Class In Session
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsAnother year, another project. At least that’s how students in Mr.
Varsity Scoreboard (Week of Sep. 8)
By TDN SportsPhoto by Kyle Wegner

Editor’s Note: The Varsity Scoreboard is a weekly compilation of varsity scores from the Denmark area.

Muir Visits DHS with a Message
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesFormer Green Bay Packer and Indianapolis Colt defensive tackle Daniel Muir has spent the last few years traveling the country while delivering a message.
Board Approves Woodrow Sidewalk
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsAfter months of discussion and investigation into solutions for safety hazards on Woodrow St., the Village Board passed a motion to install a sidewalk in a 5-2 vote.When residents first came to the Board in May, they were concerned with pedestrian safety as trucks going to and from Salm Partners, LLC along with a multitude of cars parking on the street limited vision when backing out of driveways and forced walkers and runn
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.
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