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Blindman's Volleyball Tournament

Last weekend, Cassie's Coop on county NN just southwest of Denmark, was home to a truly one-of-a-kind annual event for a great cause. On Saturday and Sunday, Cassie and her staff hosted the "38th Annual CP Blindman's Volleyball Tournament" at the small-town bar. The tournament, which draws hundreds every year, is a fundraiser for Green Bay's CP Center and their various programs.

Wisconsin Forensics Coaches Association

For the last nine years, several Denmark High School students have been competing in the Wisconsin Forensic Coaches Association, a more competitive and wide-ranged alternative to the standard Wisconsin High School Forensics Association League. These students have found great success in competitions across the state and country, taking home an extensive list of individual and team awards.

FFA Worker and Pie Auction

Last Monday evening, the Denmark High School Performing Arts Center was host to a unique and fun tradition to support a great cause. That night, the Denmark FFA hosted their annual "Worker and Pie Auction", to raise funds for the chapter and its community efforts.

Delilah dumps of Denmark area

The dominating story that affected readers last week was the onslaught of winter weather brought about by Winter Storm Delilah. For almost 24 hours, the vicious storm ripped across the area, dumping nearly a foot of snow and leaving many unable to travel.

“Lent: A Time for Reflection and Renewal for Catholics”

My Lenten mission is to help where I can through His word

By: Chris C. Nelson, Publisher

Milprint brought jobs, new facility to Denmark

By: Alex Sekora

In the 1980s, Milprint Inc. was expanding, and they were searching for a new production facility. At the time, they leased four floors in the Nicolet Paper Company facility in De Pere, but they needed a dedicated space of their own. After an extensive search, Milprint decided to stay in the area and construct a brand new facility in the new business park at the corner of Woodrow Street and North Avenue in Denmark.

Spring is around the corner 

Subtitle: 5 reasons you should be looking forward to the change of season 

By: Chris C. Nelson, Publisher

Despite what Puxatawney Phil saw (need I remind you of his shadow and the prediction of six more weeks of winter) and the imminent threat of snow storms through May...hope is on the horizon.

Ice storm over a century ago leaves village without power for days

By: Alex Sekora

Many in the Denmark area were taken by surprise recently when the village was left without power due to a fire at the substation near Shirley. However, this isn’t the first time that the entire village was without power.


Over the past couple weeks, I have had the pleasure of helping assemble this year's FFA Special Section for the newspaper. In doing so, I have had the chance to see all the amazing things the Denmark FFA and FFA Alumni have been able to accomplish and provide over the last year through the awesome photos and articles that were submitted.

Students present to school board

At this month's Denmark School Board meeting held last Monday evening in the high school media center, along with the usual reports from administrators or staff, two students were also present to give their own update to the board.

Candlelight Hike

Last Saturday night, Neshota Park was home to a unique winter adventure for all to enjoy. That evening, the Friends of Neshota Park held their annual candlelight hike through the wooded trails just north of Denmark. The event is a yearly tradition for the Friends of Neshota, a group of concerned local citizens who are dedicated to maintaining the local park and providing great activities there.

Historical Museum Open House

This Sunday, February 26 from 1-4 pm, the Denmark Historical Society will be hosting a special open house at their museum, located in the basement of the former BMO Harris Bank. Visitors are welcome to come, visit, learn and share about our community's history.

Midwest known for our wild weather, rarely experiences earthquakes

By: Chris C. Nelson, Owner/Publisher

The Midwest. It’s known for its weather seasons, agriculture and friendly, hardworking, sports-loving people. We talk about the weather incessantly; tornadoes, heat and cold, winter storms, flooding, and so much more. But one thing that sets us apart from the other parts of the country is our lack of earthquakes.

Dinner & Dance & Fun

On Saturday, February 25, St. James Catholic Parish will host its annual "Dinner & Dance" fundraiser at Gatherings 43 in Denmark. The event is the parish's yearly fundraiser and will feature dinner, drinks, music, amazing prize opportunities and fun for all. 

Family Game Night Friday

Last Friday, Inspired Grounds, in partnership with OneDenmark, hosted their first ever "Family Game Night Friday" in the former BMO Harris Bank building in downtown Denmark.

Remiker named Brigadier General

On Friday, February 10, at a ceremony at the Army National Guard's Regional Training Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Cooperstown native and Denmark High School graduate, Randy Remiker, was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the New Mexico National Guard.

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