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August is Rudeneja

August is Rudeneja

By: Chris Nelson

Neuman hopes speed, numbers, depth will help offset inexperience


The Denmark News

DENMARK – Denmark fifth-year head football coach Tom Neuman is approaching the 2022 season with, in no certain order, uncertainty, eagerness and optimism.


The Denmark chapter of Wings Over Wisconsin is proud to announce they will be holding a Free Fishing Day on Saturday, August 27, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at their fishing ponds located behind Potts Transport at 5375 State Road 29, Denmark, Wisconsin.


On Monday, August 15, 2022, the Denmark School Board voted unanimously to move forward with placing a new district referendum on the ballot in November.


The Denmark News is proud to welcome its new neighbor “Junque in the Trunk” located next door to our offices, behind Inspired Spaces. The new storefront first opened its doors on Monday, August 15th and has already welcomed a wide array of customers to see this new one-of-a-kind store.


For over twenty years, the former Heritage House has sat empty, a decapitated shell of its former grandeur. Long gone are the days when the structure was a warm and welcoming fixture of the Denmark business community.

But it is one local man's goal to return the old building to its former glory.

BelGioioso Breaks New Ground

Those with a keen eye may have spotted  construction beginning on the west side of Highway R, just north of Townhall Road. There, construction on a new cheese factory has just begun.

Full Moon Fears

From the beauty of a sunrise, to the kaleidoscope of colors in a summer sunset, there’s no shortage of beauty when you pause to gaze upon the world around us.
Even nighttime has brought forth celestial scenes worthy of pictures.
Thursday evening around 8:30, marks the Sturgeon Supermoon. It promises to draw attention with a bigger and brighter glow in the night sky. A glorious full moon to give us all a reason to look up. This happens when it’s full and closest to Earth.

New Bank in Town

A lot can happen over the course of a weekend.
For the long-standing customers of Denmark State Bank, closed doors over the past couple of days meant change. Positive change.
Come Monday morning, the more than a century-old financial institution will become part of something bigger.

My invisible leash: toughest part about having a pet is saying goodbye
“Toby, get out of the garbage. Don’t you snap at me! T is for Toby! It’s good enough for me!” Pets. Dogs. Man’s best friend. Unfortunately, despite the joy they bring us, our canine’s lives just aren’t long enough. I had to send my dog, Toby Twister Nelson, to heaven last week due to an aggressive cancer in his ribs and lungs. The disease was causing major breathing difficulties. He just turned 11 the day before. It was way too early. I cried. I cried when I didn’t think I could cry anymore.
School Unveils Conceptual Plan

By Charles Collier, The Denmark News

On Monday, January 23, Matthew Wolfert of Bray Architects presented a conceptual design for renovations and additions to the high school building.

Last week the Board of Education approved a $14.9 million referendum question for the April 4 elections after finding wide public support from a survey conducted in September.

Respecting History, Investing in Future
By Alex Strouf, The Denmark News

Field of Dreams II to help youth programs in Denmark

The Denmark Youth Baseball and Softball organization is set to receive a nice donation within the next year, thanks to the Circle Tap ‘Field of Dreams II’ magazines and the selflessness of Rodney and Tina Christensen.
Brown County Library Hosts film Focusing on Opioid Crisis
GREEN BAY — Brown County Library hosts a film viewing and community dialogue on the opioid crisis - the increasingly rapid use of prescription and non-prescription opioid drugs – a hidden yet growing problem throughout the nation at the Central Library, 515 Pine Street, downtown Green Bay on Tuesday, June 5, beginning at 6:15 pm in the lower level auditorium.
"More The Community's Than Ours"

Cotter Funeral Home remodel brings flexibility to inflexible times under third-generation ownership.

DENMARK—Life is defined and colored by a series of unexpected events, and any plan which is ultimately effective accounts for something going awry along the way to the objective.

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