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Who laid the foundation of Denmark?

By: Alex Sekora

What will Denmark look like in 20 years? Village’s growth will be near pivotal interstate

By: Chris C. Nelson

There’s an old saying that goes, “All small towns can’t stay small forever.” That seems inevitable for our humble village.

Long-Time Denmark Educator Passes Away

The Denmark News, as well as the community as a whole, was sad to hear the news of the passing of long-time Denmark School educator and fixture of the Denmark Community, Dennis Graham. Many readers will remember being taught by Mr. Graham over his 30 years of service to the Denmark School District, and he will certainly be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Bank First's transition right on the money

Bank First is now more than one month into its new venture following its mid-August merger with Denmark State Bank.

Stenciled LLC Opens Storefront

Last month, we reported on Joe Loritz's sale of Denmark Trophy Case's embroidery and apparel business to fellow Denmark native, Kaila Stencil, owner and operator of STENCILED LLC. This week, we thought we'd pay a visit to Stencil who just opened up her new store on Buddy Lane, just off of Main Street near Terry's Wall Street Pub.

Storm Stories #3: New Denmark tornado that spun on a clear fall day

By: Chris Nelson

Highway 96 Construction

Two weeks ago, Wisconsin State Highway 96 west of Denmark abruptly closed for construction leaving many looking for a detour, and many more wondering what was going on with the busy stretch of roadway.

Hotel In Denmark? 3-story, 54-room Cobblestone Hotel and Suites to be built

On Tuesday, September 6th, the Denmark Planning Commission assembled at Village Hall for a special meeting on a very important issue for the town.

The historic story of the Denmark Railroad

By: Alex Sekora

What’s the next BIG RETAIL STORE to close?

Are we close to losing our brick and mortar shops?

By: Chris Nelson, Publisher and Owner

Herb Kohler, executive chairman of Kohler Co. who put Wisconsin on the golf map, dies at 83

Herbert V. Kohler, Jr., a business titan who fortified his family’s namesake manufacturing firm and put Wisconsin on the world golf stage with the creation of a course named Whistling Straits, has died.

Kohler was 83 when he died Saturday.

Library Update!

Since I began writing for The Denmark News last month, the one question I hear most from readers is: "What's happening with the library?" Denmark has unfortunately been missing a public library branch for almost three years now, and many in the community are anxious to have one again.

The Big Bribe of 1854

By: Jacob Heiser

In times like these, when our government and politics in general seem to be so corrupted and polarized, it is important that we remember that political scandal and trickery are nothing new, even in a small community like Denmark, Wisconsin.

From Father to Son to Daugher

For Neil and Deanna Greiling, farming is more than a way of making a living, it is a way of life. Neil learned about growing and selling high-quality produce from his father, Clarence, who had him helping in the field since he was a young boy. On his family farm in Baird's Creek near Green Bay's east side, Neil learned how to properly respect and maintain the soil in order to produce the best possible crop to bring to market.

Frogger In Denmark

On Tuesday, August 30th, a green-clad volunteer could be seen crossing back and forth across the crosswalk on Main Street in Denmark between Main Street Market and Bank First. What most did not see was the rotating fleet of police vehicles just out of sight who were ready to swoop in and pull over anyone who failed to yield to the pedestrian's right of way.

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