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Hamilton band sells citrus

Hamilton High School band members have refreshing holiday gift ideas — and their purchase will benefit students. They are selling fresh Florida navel oranges, tangerines, tangelos, Indian River ruby red grapefruit, red delicious apples and pears. Fruit will be packed in boxes of various sizes priced from $20 to $40 per box. Community members may choose from 20 different purchasing options […]

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Templeton honors veterans at ceremony

Templeton Middle School will recognize the contributions of American veterans Nov. 6 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at its 15th Annual Veterans’ Day Program. Visitors are asked to arrive at 8:15 a.m. First Lieutenant Charlotte Koshick will give the Veteran’s Address. Koshick serves as a nuclear science medicine officer. A ceremonial laying of the wreaths will […]

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Hamilton NHS inducts 86 members


Hamilton High School’s National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 86 new members on Sept. 28. To be a member of NHS, students must commit to scholarship, leadership and service to others, as well as possess upstanding character. New inductees are: • Veronica Anderson• Jessica Anton• Alexandra Banda• Samuel Bjorklund• Kyle Blaedow• Joseph Bolda• Olivia Boucher• Damon […]

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Hamilton welcomes students from Germany


“Welcome GAPP Exchange Students.” This has been the message greeting German American Partnership Program (GAPP) exchange students who arrived in the Hamilton School District Oct. 17 and will stay until Nov. 2. Hamilton German Club members have been working feverishly to make arrangements involved with hosting 25 exchange students and two teacher-chaperones from the city […]

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Hamilton Drama to host brat fry Oct. 31

Hamilton High School Drama Club invites the community to attend its brat fry fundraiser Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Piggly Wiggly store located at N63 W23735 Main Street, Sussex. […]

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Hamilton National Honor Society to sponsor blood drive

Hamilton High School National Honor Society (NHS) will sponsor a Blood Drive Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the school’s Auxiliary Gymnasium. Students, families and community members are encouraged to participate. Pre-registered appointments and walk-ins will be accepted. Parental consent is required for 16-year-olds to donate. Community members are asked to enter […]

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Hamilton choirs to perform free fall concert

The Hamilton High School choir department invites family, friends and community members to a free fall choir concert Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center (HFAC). The concert will feature a wide variety of vocal ensembles. Choir students will conduct a food drive at the performance to benefit Sussex Outreach Services […]

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Hamilton marching band completes successful season


   Hamilton High School Charger Marching Band finished one of its most successful seasons by placing third Oct. 17 in the large schools’ division at state competition. The Charger Marching Band took third place among nine bands competing in the AAAA division at the Wisconsin School Music Association’s Marching Band Championships held at the University […]

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October 19, 2015


Students recognized for winning recipe A team of Hamilton High School students were recognized for success in the third annual Whipping Up Wellness Wisconsin Student Chef competition. Natalie Pena, Alyssa Schmucker, Suzanne Smaglik and Elena Bruch – known as the Shakers and Bakers team – developed an original, student-friendly recipe that included local foods. Their […]

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Willow Springs to hold Celebration of Fall Learning

Willow Springs Learning Center 4-year-old kindergartners will celebrate the changing seasons Nov. 5 at their Celebration of Fall Learning event. Activities include storytime presented by Willow Springs staff, decorating pumpkin-shaped cookies and the Harvest Parade showcasing examples of their learning and achievements. The celebration begins at 9 a.m. for the morning kindergarten session and at […]

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