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Junque In The Trunk Hosts Fall Open-House

A brisk fall day sets the perfect backdrop for a different sort of craft show.

Referendum 2022 - What is Next for the ECC?

The referendum facing voters this November mainly deals with consolidating all Denmark School District students to one central campus by adding facilities to the existing elementary school for the early childhood center students.

Bank First Hosts Community Appreciation Tailgate

On Friday, October 14, 2022, the Bank First branch in Denmark hosted their first annual Community Appreciation Open House in their parking lot in Denmark. The event was a "tailgate party" scheduled to coincide with the home Denmark Vikings football game the same evening.

Denmark once home to successful dairy company

By: Alex Sekora

Denmark needs more housing and rental properties

By: Chris Nelson

The last 20-25 years have brought population growth to our Wisconsin village. In the 1980s the Denmark census showed just under 1500 residents. Today, we are right around the 2300 mark. While we are not changing into a mega-metropolis by any means, it is a consistent growth for the community.

The science behind fall colors

By: Chris Nelson

District to Host Two Informational Meetings

This week, the Denmark School District announced that they will be holding two informational meetings regarding November's referendum. The meetings are intended to inform the public about the improvements the proposed referendum would provide as well as show them first-hand why they are so necessary.

2022 Referendum Spotlight

With the upcoming Denmark School District Referendum being such an important and impactful issue in the Denmark community, The Denmark News thought it would be prudent for us to provide a breakdown of what the proposed referendum entails and how it would effect residents of the Denmark School District.

Denmark Knights of Columbus Present Check

On Tuesday, October 4 2022, during their monthly meeting, The Denmark Knights of Columbus Father Platta Council presented a check for $69,066.00 to the recipient of this year's KC Golf Outing. The outing, which took place Saturday, September 17, was held to benefit Jim Dobberpuhl, an area dairy farmer in the midst of his second heart transplant.

Denmark Music Department Presents: Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns!

The house was rocking Thursday night at the Denmark Performing Arts Center in the high school as the Denmark Music Department hosted Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns for a special fundraiser concert. Music fans from across the community and beyond gathered to enjoy a night of toe-tapping tunes and swinging sounds courtesy of Big Mouth's nine piece band as well as a number of student guest performers.

A look at Homecomings Past: Mainstays, Yet a reflection of the times

By: Alex Sekora

Homecoming Week With Ms. Albers

The organized chaos that is Homecoming at Denmark High School can possibly be craziest for those educators who have the privilege of being advisors for this year's senior class. It is their duty to plan, coordinate, and supervise the madness that descends on the school for a week each year.

Village Approves Zoning Changes

At 4:30 on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, a public hearing regarding proposed changes to the Village Zoning Ordinances was held by the Plan Commission of the Village of Denmark at village hall. Prior to the meeting, the Plan Commission released a public notice detailing what the hearing was regarding, as well as the process it would follow. The commission's stated causes for the hearing were:

'Bridge Out' prank of 2002 Homecoming

By: Chris Nelson

Dufeck Wood Products Purchases Svoboda Industries

Situated in the center of Denmark, Dufeck Wood Products has been a fixture of the community since 1905 when it was first opened by the first generation of Dufecks. The original Dufeck brothers offered building supplies to meet the economic boom Denmark enjoyed in the early years of the 20th century.

Wisconsin climate becoming more like present day Kansas

By: Chris Nelson

'Lead Forecaster in the world says warming Earth leading to changes to traditional weather patterns'

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