Aurora’s $324 million facility to be located on Kohler owned property along I-43

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Milwaukee – Aurora Health Care today announced it has signed a letter of intent with Kohler Co., initiating a process which would allow Aurora to build a replacement hospital and new outpatient surgery center and medical office building immediately east of Interstate 43 in the Village of Kohler. The location is north of Acuity and south of the University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan campus.

“The greater Sheboygan community deserves the best, and we’re committed to delivering just that – high-quality, cost-effective care,” ...

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New state-of-art printing for The Kohler Villager

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Minor change in delivery schedule, ad sizes, and for the first time, full color ads will be offered!

By Mary Struck, publisher/editor

The Review in Plymouth, which prints The Kohler Villager, has ceased printing operations at its facilities and is farming out all their printing to a state-of-the-art printing company in Janesville. The Review has arranged for the The Kohler Villager to also be printed at the Janesville company, beginning with the next issue. There will be a few minor changes.

The distribution of ...

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Destination Kohler Recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as One of the Top 15 Wellness Retreats in the World

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Destination Kohler, the Midwest’s only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond resort-hotel, and its dynamic and all-encompassing wellness program has been identified by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the best wellness retreats in the world. Using data from the publication’s coveted 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards, the acknowledgment highlights the property’s renowned Kohler Waters Spa, one of only 47 Forbes Five-Star ...

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Kohler School District makes the 7th Annual AP Honor Roll by the College Board

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Kohler, Wisconsin – The Kohler School District is one of 574 districts in the nation and Canada to be named to the 7th Annual AP District Honor Roll by the College Board. This recognition reflects the district’s dedication to expanding the opportunity and access to Advanced Placement courses while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3, 4, and 5 on the exams. The Advanced Placement program offers college-level curricula and exams to high school students. ...

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