Photo by Carol Wagner Coordinator Diane Kryll stands in The United Lutheran Parish Food Pantry in Tilleda a day after the food distribution, which is why the shelves are nearly empty.
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Diane Kryll is the coordinator of The United Lutheran Parish (TULP) Food Pantry in Tilleda. TULP consists of four churches: Elias in Gresham, Peace in Tilleda, St. John’s in Leopolis, and Zion in Tigerton. Kryll was born in Tigerton and graduated from Tigerton High School. After earning a degree... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Tilleda 4-H Club members who went caroling Saturday were, from left, front row, Nicole Creapeau, Katelyn Fehrman, Adin Brei, Zachary Fehrman, Isaiah Bestul, Skye Breitrick, Val Fehrman; second row, Nande Carroll, Bryce Teuchert, Maranda Brei, Sabina Carroll, Kerry Breitrick; back row, Ronnda Teuchert, Brooke Breitrick, Noah Bestul, Preston Teuchert, Anthony Creapeau and Taylor Danley.
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Every Christmas season, the Tilleda Timberwolves 4-H Club goes caroling. Co-leader Valerie Fehrman said the people they sing for really appreciate it. “We’ve always done caroling,” she said. “You go to a lot of elderly homes and you can see the tears in their eyes. The kids see that. All the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Sixth-grader Alex Owen outlasted nine other competitors to win the Bonduel Middle School geography bee, sponsored by National Geographic, Friday.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
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A sixth-grader won the annual Bonduel Middle School geography bee Friday. Alex Owen earned the opportunity to compete for a spot in the state bee by outlasting seventh-grader Jackson Krause in the final round. “Alex is a really nice student and he seems to be a really bright kid, and it seems... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Crews place concrete barriers along the Wolf River to block floodwaters in an effort to reopen state Highway 47-55 Thursday in downtown Keshena.
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Workers with the state Department of Transportation, Menominee County and Menominee Indian tribe conduct clean-up efforts on state Highway 47-55 Thursday in downtown Keshena.
Friday, December 19, 2014
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State Highway 47-55 in Keshena remained closed Thursday as crews from the Menominee Indian tribe and Menominee County worked to remove floodwater from the roadway. Brent Matthews, state highway maintenance supervisor, reported Thursday afternoon that water levels had receded but still remained... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz First-year head coach Michael Homan directs the Shawano Community High School wrestling team during a drill Monday at the school.
Friday, December 19, 2014
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Michael Homan, the new Shawano Community High School wrestling coach, knows a little bit about the program he’s taking over from former coach Adam Bieber. “I started wrestling in this room,” Homan said Monday after practice in the SCHS wrestling room. A 2004 SCHS graduate, Homan was a state... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Coordinator Diane Kryll stands in The United Lutheran Parish Food Pantry in Tilleda a day after the food distribution, which is why the shelves are nearly empty.

Photo by Carol Wagner Tilleda 4-H Club members who went caroling Saturday were, from left, front row, Nicole Creapeau, Katelyn Fehrman, Adin Brei, Zachary Fehrman, Isaiah Bestul, Skye Breitrick, Val Fehrman; second row, Nande Carroll, Bryce Teuchert, Maranda Brei, Sabina Carroll, Kerry Breitrick; back row, Ronnda Teuchert, Brooke Breitrick, Noah Bestul, Preston Teuchert, Anthony Creapeau and Taylor Danley.

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Sixth-grader Alex Owen outlasted nine other competitors to win the Bonduel Middle School geography bee, sponsored by National Geographic, Friday.

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Crews place concrete barriers along the Wolf River to block floodwaters in an effort to reopen state Highway 47-55 Thursday in downtown Keshena.
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Workers with the state Department of Transportation, Menominee County and Menominee Indian tribe conduct clean-up efforts on state Highway 47-55 Thursday in downtown Keshena.

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz First-year head coach Michael Homan directs the Shawano Community High School wrestling team during a drill Monday at the school.

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Less administration, more cops on the street. That’s the goal of a restructuring planned for 2015 within the Shawano Police Department, which will eliminate a vacant captain’s position and add a detective next year under a plan approved this week by the Police and Fire Commission. The... + continue reading
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State Highway 47-55 and County Road VV in downtown Keshena was reopened to traffic early Friday afternoon. The state Department of Transportation closed the highway Tuesday, a day after the Menominee Indian tribe and Menominee County issued an emergency disaster declaration due to flooding from... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Sixth-grader Alex Owen outlasted nine other competitors to win the Bonduel Middle School geography bee, sponsored by National Geographic, Friday.
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A sixth-grader won the annual Bonduel Middle School geography bee Friday. Alex Owen earned the opportunity to compete for a spot in the state bee by outlasting seventh-grader Jackson Krause in the final round. “Alex is a really nice student and he seems to be a really bright kid, and it seems... + continue reading
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Nationwide racial tensions that have simmered in recent weeks over the deaths of African-Americans at the hands of police have not been lost on local law enforcement, even though the Shawano area does not have a large African-American population. The concern locally, according to Shawano Police... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Sixth-grader Alex Owen outlasted nine other competitors to win the Bonduel Middle School geography bee, sponsored by National Geographic, Friday.
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A sixth-grader won the annual Bonduel Middle School geography bee Friday. Alex Owen earned the opportunity to compete for a spot in the state bee by outlasting seventh-grader Jackson Krause in the... + continue reading
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