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Denmark Rugby Clinic

On Sunday, January 29, Green Bay Youth Rugby will be hosting a free co-ed Flag Rugby Clinic in the Denmark Middle School Gymnasium. The event is open to students in grades 3-8. The clinic will be a short introduction to the sport and its rules as well as some hands-on playing so students can gauge their interest in the sport.

Coffee with a Cop

If you happen to stop by Degrand's Family Restaurant on a Tuesday morning recently, you probably saw one or two uniformed officers visiting with the public while they enjoyed their coffee. No, these officers were not on a coffee break. For the past couple months, the Denmark police officers have been taking part in a weekly event, "Coffee with a Cop", at the restaurant.

2023 at The Forst Inn

This month, The Forst Inn Arts Collective, headquartered at the historic Forst Inn in downtown Tisch Mills, had big news regarding the coming year. 2023 will be a big year for the small town theater with the arts collective announcing an exciting schedule of performances as well as major renovation projects that will soon be under way in the historic building.

Village Hall on the move

With a new year comes new happenings and changes, even for a small village like Denmark. One of the biggest changes to come in Denmark in 2023 will be the relocation of the Village Hall and its associated offices.

Don’t blame farmers for increasing milk and egg prices

By: Chris C. Nelson, Publisher

In recent months, many consumers have noticed a significant

increase in the prices of milk and eggs. This has led to concern

and confusion among shoppers, who are wondering why the

cost of these staple items has risen so dramatically.

The main reason for the increase in milk and egg prices is a

combination of factors, including rising feed costs, a decrease in

Banking had early start in Denmark

By: Alex Sekora

As early as 1905, Green Bay businessmen were looking to open a state bank in the growing community of Denmark. At the time, Denmark residents needed to travel to Green Bay or De Pere for their banking needs, which was a long trip.

Dairy plant had towering presence in the village for over 90 years

By: Alex Sekora

In 2010, one of the tallest and oldest structures in the village was demolished. The structure was the Land O’ Lakes smokestack, which was originally built in 1918, towering over the village for 92 years.

Community effort built Memorial Park concession stand

By: Alex Sekora

DHS Music performs at Bucks game

The Denmark High School Band had another amazing experience down in Milwaukee at the Bucks game last week. The band had the privilege to be selected as a “Bucks Band” ensemble for the second year in a row. The band got to play some of our favorite pep band tunes courtside during the warmup period, entertaining both the players and spectators. The performance was awesome! This year the Denmark High School Choir was also chosen to sing the National Anthem.

FBLA Cookie Cook-Off

Last Friday, students at Denmark High School had an opportunity for a sweet treat for a good cause. That afternoon, the DHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) hosted their second annual "Cookie Cook-Off" contest.

Denmark Music to host 'Nashville Showcase'

On Thursday, February 2, the Denmark School's Music Program will host a special "Nashville Showcase" fundraiser concert at the Performing Arts Center at the high school. The event, which will raise funds for the various music programs in the district, will feature three outstanding musicians from across the country who specialize in the "Nashville sound".

Denmark Artists Guild seeks new instructors

Throughout December and January, the newly founded Denmark Artists Guild, in partnership with the pop-up coffee shop, Inspired Spaces, and the community building organization, OneDenmark, held a number of fun and free events at the former BMO Harris bank building in downtown Denmark. These events were each centered around a different artistic project taught by Denmark native, Elizabeth Zoerb.

House on the move

If you were driving down Maribel Road just north of Denmark last Wednesday, you would have been greeted by a sight you truly do not see everyday; a large farmhouse making its careful way down the hilly and twisting road on the back of a flat-bed truck. 

OneDenmark Pickleball thrives

Last fall, we told you about the brand new Denmark community pickleball league organized by OneDenmark. Since then, the free and open to all league has taken off, and dozens of eager players of all ages and skill levels have been flocking to each of the open-court events since.

Knights of Columbus present check

Last Tuesday, at their monthly meeting, the Denmark Knights of Columbus - Father Platta Council #4735 presented a check to a worthy recipient.

Inspired Grounds Returns

A few months ago, we told you the story of Inspired Grounds, the free community café born of two Denmark High School students’ vision of a fun and free place for community members to gather and socialize.

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