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Charles Collier

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Gettin' To Know Ya: Bob Bielinski
By Matt Taicher for The Denmark NewsDENMARK--Bob Bielinski lived his life with joy and with few regrets. He was born Feb. 24, 1922, in Green Bay and he was 95 years old. Bob had two brothers and sisters, one of whom passed away before him.Bob graduated from Denmark High School in 1939. He enlisted into the Army at the age of 23 and was deployed into WWII in 1944 and served for 22 months.
Vikings climb in deep hole, can't quite climb out in loss to Little Chute
By Kelly FentonThe Denmark News DENMARK – The Denmark High School boys basketball team couldn’t overcome Noah Mueller’s 28 points and fell, 56-51, on Monday night in Denmark.Mueller rained in six three-pointers, including five in the first half when the Mustangs rolled to a 15-point lead and eventually led by 11 at the half.The Vikings rallied to eventually cut the deficit to 44-42 on a three-pointer and a driving lay-up by Josh Pelischek with 6:20 remaining.
Denmark rallies, but comes up short in critical loss to first-place Marines
DENMARK – The Denmark High School had no answer for Jacob Poetzl in the first half nor for Matt Wagner in the second and suffered a critical 63-58 loss to first-place Marinette in North Eastern Conference action on Friday night in Denmark.Poetzl poured in 18 of his 26 before halftime, while Wagner, the Marines’ top scorer scored 13 of his 17 in the second half, just enough to stave off a Viking rally from 11 down.Brady Jens erupted for 22 points for Denmark, whose 5-game winning streak ended.
On The Up: Denmark Value Rises

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — The recent announcement of Titletown Cheese overtaking ownership of the former Lake To Lake plant on S. Wall Rd. was undeniably a strong beginning to 2018 for the Village of Denmark’s economic aspirations, but figures released by the Village earlier this year show nearly $7 million in estimated value were approved for requisite permits.

Mr. and Ms. DHS Winners Announced
Submitted to The Denmark NewsDENMARK--On Friday, January 19, students from Denmark High were able to showcase their talents in front of the student body and community in the Mr. and Ms. DHS talent competition. The talent show was a perfect way to keep the spirit rolling after celebrating a boys’ basketball home victory over Luxemburg-Casco.
Denmark Youth Soccer a No-Go, Alternatives Available
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsDue to the ongoing construction at Denmark High School, Denmark's youth soccer program will not run this spring.The program usually hosts upwards of 400 elementary and middle school players every spring.The program is offering alternatives for players still wishing to put on their shin pads.On Thurs., Jan 25, the Green Bay Strikers organization will hold a sign-up at Denmark Middle School from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Denmark falls to Freedom, 27-34
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe eighth-ranked Denmark High School varsity wrestling team suffered their first conference loss of the season on Thursday, coming at the hands of third-ranked Freedom.The buzzer rang in the 145-pounders first.Denmark freshman Reece Piontek got things started on the right foot for the Vikings, beating out Freedom's Grant Vosters via decision.[caption id="attachment_1653" align="alignright" width="300"]
Top Dog

Alex Strouf and Kelly FentonThe Denmark News

DENMARK – Tom Neuman is coming home.

After spending more than a decade down in warm, sunny Texas, the Wautoma native is returning to the breathe-and-your-lungs-will-freeze Upper Midwest.

And he couldn’t be happier.

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From Lake to Lake to Titletown Cheese
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsDENMARK—Brighter days are ahead for the former Lake To Lake production facility after wholesaler Titletown Cheese & Trading announced its purchase of the site at the Denmark Village Hall on Monday, Jan. 8.“I’ve been working on this project for well over a year,” Titletown’s President Jerry Haines said. “It’s pretty exciting.
Bill Targets Governments’ Publishing Requirements
By Charles Collier, The Denmark NewsMADISON—Legislation under consideration in Madison would repeal a requirement for local school boards, technical college districts, counties, city councils, and villages in the state of Wisconsin to publish proceedings of regular and special meetings in newspapers which serve their constituents.
2017: A Historic Year for Denmark Athletics
Alex StroufThe Denmark News

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Vikings Impress at the Kress, Sports Roundup
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsBy Kelly Fenton, The Denmark NewsFor the first time ever, Denmark High School was invited to play at the annual Sun Drop Shootout on Wednesday, Dec. 27 at the Kress Center on University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s campus.
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Denmark Wrestling Among Toughest to Beat in D2
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark NewsThe results that the Denmark High School varsity wrestling team has been seeing in the first half of the season haven’t necessarily been surprising. The squad is undefeated in dual action this season. What has been raising some eyebrows is the fashion that Denmark has won their 10 duals in.
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