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Every week the Kewaskum Statesman brings you news about the people you care for. Hitting the newsstand Wednesday and delivered to your doorstep Thursday, the Kewaskum Statesman offers complete coverage of local events.

Souper Soup Social To Be Held Saturday
– KHS Key Club Event To Benefit Friends, Inc.

Over the past 18 years, Kewaskum High School students and community members have raised more than $10,000 to help abused children and adults, one bowl of soup at a time.
On Saturday, Feb. 23, the KHS Key Club will once again host the Annual “Super Soup Social” to raise funds for Friends, Inc. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Kewaskum High School cafeteria.
Tickets will be sold at the door. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under. Adults will receive two bowls of soup and children will receive one bowl of soup. All will receive unlimited bread and a beverage. A silent auction and bake sale also will be held at the event.

To learn more, check out this week’s Kewaskum Statesman.

Kewaskum Fourth Graders Spend Day As Lumberjacks

Last Friday, fourth-grade students at Kewaskum Elementary School got a glimpse of what life was like in Kewaskum over a century ago.
Members of the Kewaskum Historical Society visited fourth-grade classes to share local history with the students.
“There is a very common saying that if you don’t study history, you are bound to repeat it,” Matt Harvey, a Kewaskum Historical Society volunteer, told the students. “Every once in a while as technology evolves, something gets forgotten. Our job at the historical society is to make sure that nothing gets forgotten, like the lumbering era of Wisconsin.”

To learn more, check out this week’s Kewaskum Statesman.



Brian Schumacher is the new owner of Kewaskum Frozen Foods in Kewaskum. He bought the business in November.
photo by Anne Trautner





The Kewaskum Statesman is owned by Wisconsin Free Press. Wisconsin Free Press owns and operates the Campbellsport News and the Dodge County Pionier in addition to the Kewaskum Statesman. In this day and age of newspaper buyouts and mergers, these publications remain locally and independently owned and operated. The staff at the Kewaskum Statesman is proud to continue in the tradition of serving its community in the same independent spirit on which it was founded.

Andrew and Laura Johnson


Andrew and Laura Johnson purchased the paper on May 28, 2015. The Johnsons also own the Campbellsport News and the Dodge County Pionier.

Current Campbellsport News editor,
Andrea Hansen Abler
will expand her duties and also be the Managing Editor of the Kewaskum Statesman.

We look forward to covering the Kewaskum Community and getting to know the people who live here.

Connect to the Campbellsport News our company's newspaper for Cambellsport and the surrounding areas.
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