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School Board Approves Preliminary Budget For 2018-19

The Campbellsport Board of Education approved a preliminary budget for the 2018-2019 school year during the Monday, June 18th meeting.
A preliminary tax levy of $10,466,450 was also approved. This levy creates a mill rate of $11.67 for tax payers. The mill rate shows the amount per $1,000 of equalized value tax payers will pay in taxes.
The final tax levy and mill rate will be approved in late October. School districts do not receive finalized state aid numbers until October. As a result, the numbers presented here may change once state aid is determined.

 Area farmers listen as Mike Haedt, an agronomist for biomass sales & consulting, and Dan Roehrborn, a farmer from the Plymouth area, talk about cover crops. This was part of the Sheboygan River Progressive Farmers first ever Field Day on the Clint Hodorff farm outside of Eden on Wednesday, June 13. Many farmers from the Sheboygan River basin gathered to learn about different ways to manage their land while protecting the environment and increasing the viability of their land. It was a well-attended event. More information about the field day will be in next week's Campbellsport News.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

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In This Week's Edition...

This is a roadside view of the new Ledgerock Distillery facility between Eden and Fond du Lac. The business is located on the corner of Highway H and Grandview Road.
photo by Ariana Strupp

Retzer Family Debuts Ledgerock Distillery

 What started as a hobby has grown into a new business and the area's first craft distillery. This past Saturday, June 16th, Ledgerock Distillery opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Around four years ago, Jay Retzer became interested in distilling his own spirits. After learning about the process from distillers throughout Wisconsin, he and his family decided to start their own business.

News Office To Be Closed On June 28 And 29

 The Campbellsport News office will be closed on Thursday, June 28, and Friday, June 29.
Employees will be working, but no business will be able to be conducted because of computer software upgrades that will be taking place. We will not be able to access the advertising program during this time frame, so we will not be able to take any new ads or answer any billing questions.
If you need to talk with someone about news-related items or subscription questions, we will be able to help you with this.
Because of this upgrade, our deadline for the July 5th newspaper will be Wednesday, June 27, at noon.
Thank you for your patience!



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