BLACK CREEK/NICHOLS

The News from Black Creek & Nichols

Black Creek’s Memorial Day

Veterans salute while Taps is playing during the Black Creek Memorial Service on Monday, May 28. Below two little girls honor the fallen by holding their flags at the Memorial service in Black Creek. – Photos by Linda Titel A…

Black bear spotted in Black Creek

Cindy and Scott Sherman are local bee keepers that had a rude awakening on May 8 and 9. It appears that a black bear helped himself to their bee hives and made quite a mess along with damages. The couple…

Happy 100th Birthday Nichols

Are you on social media? Do you love contests? If so, the Nichols Centennial Committee has got a deal for you. Our committee has a website up and running. The website name is NicholsWI100years.org. This site is your go-to page…

A Lifetime of Service X 2

Keith and Evie Burger, have made volunteering a lifelong endeavor. Active volunteers in their church, community organizations and beyond, they have been named Black Creek’s 2018 Citizens of the Year by Black Creek Advancement Association. They will be honored for…

Black Creek Student of the Week

Whitney Meulemans in 5th Grade was nominated by a Black Creek Staff member for the student of the week. The staff member said, “Whitney is a hardworking student who always tries her best. She is very thoughtful and is always…

Governor Walker visits Birling Bovines Farm of Black Creek

On Wednesday, April 25, Governor Scott Walker visited Birling Bovines Farm to look over the damage from the aftermath of Blizzard Evelyn. After surveying the damaged roof of one of the barns, Walker asked the family if the roof collapsed…

Black Creek Rummage

Deal seekers, treasure hunters, rummage lovers take note: Maps for Black Creek’s village-wide rummage sale will be available no later than Wednesday afternoon, April 25. Map outlets include Black Creek Village Library, BMO Harris Bank, Fox Communities Credit Union, Sal’s…

Children at Black Creek have fun playing on the snow banks from April 14 and 15 record breaking blizzard. – Photo by Linda Titel

The Easter Bunny is partially buried in a snow bank after Blizzard Evelyn at 304 Maple Street in Black Creek, but he is still smiling. – Photo by Linda Titel