Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Clintonville High School junior Samuel Wittman looks to pass during Friday’s loss at Oconto Falls on Friday. Wittman led the Truckers with 14 points.
Saturday, January 20, 2018
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Down three points with under a minute to play, Clintonville gave Oconto Falls three opportunities at the free-throw line to create a two-bucket game and prevent a chance at coming back in a 56-52 loss on Friday at Oconto Falls. The teams battled back-and-forth to start the first half, but the... + continue reading

Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Bonduel High School senior Jordan Boldt defeated Pittsville senior Matthew Grossman 2-1 in the ultimate tiebreaker at 132 pounds in a home dual on Thursday.
Friday, January 19, 2018
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Pittsville took control of the lead in the final three matches to defeat host Bonduel 43-29 Thursday in a Central Wisconsin Conference matchup. The Bears had a 6-3 edge over the Panthers to lead 29-15, but dropped the final five matches to secure the loss. “It was a tough one for us tonight... + continue reading

Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Bowler High School sophomore Brooke Theix drives up the court during Tuesday’s 51-25 win over Almond-Bancroft. Theix scored four points for the Panthers.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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Bowler High School senior Reanne Kietlinski scored 25 points to lead the Panthers to a 51-25 blowout over Almond-Bancroft on Tuesday. After scoring 16 first-half points, Kietlinski opened the second-half with a 9-0 run before the Eagles found their first basket off a jumper from their leading... + continue reading

Photo by John Hart/Wisconsin State Journal Fifth-grade students at Lincoln Elementary School in Madison including, from left, Simon Yuroff, Gus Tills and Lucero Dunscombe, use a mobile phone to view a digital rendering of a children’s book about the Ho-Chunk Nation which they helped write and illustrate as third-graders at the school. A tribal grant supported a print run of 2,000 copies.
Saturday, January 13, 2018
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In a cross-cultural literary feat two years in the making, a class of dual-language immersion students at Lincoln Elementary School in Madison has helped create the first trilingual children’s book about the Ho-Chunk Nation. Now in fifth grade, the students as third-graders in teacher Emily... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson talks about the importance of bipartisanship in Congress in the coming year during an interview with The Shawano Leader. He pointed out that it will be tough to pass bills through the Senate with GOP support alone because there are only 51 Republicans in that chamber.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
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Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of articles addressing issues from The Shawano Leader’s recent interview with U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson about what the federal government has accomplished in the last year, and what he hopes will be accomplished in the future. With a razor-thin margin in... + continue reading

Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Clintonville High School junior Samuel Wittman looks to pass during Friday’s loss at Oconto Falls on Friday. Wittman led the Truckers with 14 points.

Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Bonduel High School senior Jordan Boldt defeated Pittsville senior Matthew Grossman 2-1 in the ultimate tiebreaker at 132 pounds in a home dual on Thursday.

Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Bowler High School sophomore Brooke Theix drives up the court during Tuesday’s 51-25 win over Almond-Bancroft. Theix scored four points for the Panthers.

Photo by John Hart/Wisconsin State Journal Fifth-grade students at Lincoln Elementary School in Madison including, from left, Simon Yuroff, Gus Tills and Lucero Dunscombe, use a mobile phone to view a digital rendering of a children’s book about the Ho-Chunk Nation which they helped write and illustrate as third-graders at the school. A tribal grant supported a print run of 2,000 copies.

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson talks about the importance of bipartisanship in Congress in the coming year during an interview with The Shawano Leader. He pointed out that it will be tough to pass bills through the Senate with GOP support alone because there are only 51 Republicans in that chamber.

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Saturday, 20/01/18
A Waupun man was convicted Thursday of using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime in what was the first of such cases to actually go to trial in Shawano County. More than 60 people have been nabbed in sex sting operations in Shawano County over the last five years. Typically, those cases... + continue reading
Saturday, 20/01/18
A year after more than 1 million people rallied at women’s marches worldwide with a message of female empowerment and protest against President Donald Trump, activists will return to the streets this weekend in hopes of converting anger and enthusiasm into political force. The 2017 rally in... + continue reading
Saturday, 20/01/18
Another art show will be at the WOWSPACE in just a few short months, as Walls of Wittenberg hosts “Artists’ Free Play: VI” from April 21 through May 13. “I’m always amazed with the amount of talent we have here in the area,” event coordinator Elaine Diffor said. “The variety of artwork is... + continue reading
Friday, 19/01/18
The city has no specific plan at this point for addressing a $98,000 shortfall in the capital improvement projects budget for 2018 other than a continual reassessing of the financial situation as the year plays out. Shawano city officials voted down a proposed wheel tax aimed at propping up the... + continue reading
Friday, 19/01/18
A Shawano man is facing a felony charge of possessing a firearm on school grounds after bringing a weapon to work at the Shawano Community High School Wednesday. Ramon S. Vazquez, 56, a contract employee of food services brought and displayed a holstered firearm in the high school kitchen area,... + continue reading

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Leader photo by Jacy Zollar Clintonville High School junior Samuel Wittman looks to pass during Friday’s loss at Oconto Falls on Friday. Wittman led the Truckers with 14 points.
Saturday, 20/01/18
Down three points with under a minute to play, Clintonville gave Oconto Falls three opportunities at the free-throw line to create a two-bucket game and prevent a chance at coming back in a 56-52... + continue reading

Photo by Curt Knoke Gresham Community High School senior Drew Haffner broke the school record with 10 3-pointers and led the Wildcats with 36 points in a Jan. 12 victory over Northland Lutheran. The previous record (9) was set by his brother, Christian Haffner, in 2015.
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Saturday, 20/01/18
Late last week, I was enjoying a cup of coffee when suddenly my internal alarm system went off. Something was wrong. Oh, no. I soon discovered I had a nosebleed. I have not had one in decades. I... + continue reading

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Saturday, 20/01/18
Editor’s note: Wolf River Media recently chatted with Wade Turner, principal of Bowler Elementary School. At a school assembly Jan. 9, he was given the Outstanding Administrator Award from the... + continue reading

Photo by Amy Tubbs Pulaski High School students performing in the musical “42nd Street” are, front row, from left, Geovanni Virella-Torres, Autumn Rettke, Gabe Koepke and Frances Schaetz; middle row, Benjamin Petroll, Emmarose Bader, Dana Madden, Lauren Lacera and Jordan Busse; back row, Caleb Miller, Hunter Chrisman, Tyler Tanner and T.J. Hock.
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