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Sidwell Soars As Eagle Scout

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

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Playing Their Part

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK – Around 20 people filled the audience at Village Hall on Tuesday night for a public hearing built around upcoming reconstruction of CTH KB near Interstate 43 on Denmark’s west side. The mainstay of the project—a one-lane roundabout centered near 641 Depere Rd.—necessitates municipal acquisition of properties which raised alarm among some homeowners.

KB Roundabout Spinning Heads Already

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK – Around 20 people filled the audience at Village Hall on Tuesday night for a public hearing built around upcoming reconstruction of CTH KB near Interstate 43 on Denmark’s west side. The mainstay of the project—a one-lane roundabout centered near 641 Depere Rd.—necessitates municipal acquisition of properties which raised alarm among some homeowners.

KB Roundabout Spinning Heads Already

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK – Around 20 people filled the audience at Village Hall on Tuesday night for a public hearing built around upcoming reconstruction of CTH KB near Interstate 43 on Denmark’s west side. The mainstay of the project—a one-lane roundabout centered near 641 Depere Rd.—necessitates municipal acquisition of properties which raised alarm among some homeowners.

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Playing Their Part

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

TISCH MILLS—A simple message welcomes travelers to the unincorporated community of Tisch Mills along the border of Manitowoc and Kewaunee counties minutes inland from Two Rivers. It reads, “No mayor, no city council. Life’s good!” underwriting, in subtle but certain terms, a rural mindset of collective preferences guiding community culture.

Kwik Trip Plans Approved

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK — The final steps of municipal approval were hurdled on Tuesday afternoon for a Kwik Trip gas station and convenience store near the intersection of Interstate 43 and State Highway 96 on Denmark’s west end.

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Wetland Bill Passes Senate

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

MADISON—The Wisconsin Legislature passed a bill last week loosening restrictions for developing certain wetlands in the state, drawing anger and applause depending on the crowd.

Polls Open, Despite Storm

Three candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court were on the ballot in a primary throughout the state. Some of our readers had the added intrigue of a three-way race for Brown County District 20.

Voter turnout numbers were provided by respective municipal clerks between 6 and 6:30 p.m. The Town of New Denmark's third ward was the only to include the Brown County race. Town of Glenmore ward one also voted for Brown County Supervisor.

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Kwik Trip Details Under Review

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK—A proposed development by La Crosse-based convenience chain Kwik Trip on Denmark’s west end will be discussed and potentially approved Tuesday night, Feb. 19, with three separate special meetings slated to run in immediate succession at Village Hall.

"Career Academy" Approved

by Charles Collier, The Denmark News

DENMARK—Denmark High School was busy on Feb. 12 as eighth graders and their parents filled the Cafetorium for orientation and, simultaneously, local employers, military recruiters, colleges, technical schools, and universities populated the gymnasium for a steady flow of high schoolers.

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