Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Gresham-Bowler hurdler Arthur Boucher earned a fourth-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles Thursday at the Bonduel Invitational.
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Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Trebor Rueckert finished second in the triple jump Thursday for Bonduel High School at the Bonduel Invitational.
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The experiment seemed to work for the Bonduel High School track and field teams. Coach Jim Watry said the Bears weren’t trying for maximum points Thursday at the Bonduel Invitational; they were trying potential combinations that could bring success in next week’s WIAA Division 2 regional at... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Shawano Community High School juniors Kelsey Gast, left, and Sean Shively replace the drive shaft on a Dodge Ram truck Wednesday during an automotive technology class at the school. The SCHS program is certified by the National Automotive Technology Education Foundation. Shawano is one of only 12 high schools in the state to have the designation.
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Shawano Community High School is one of 12 Wisconsin high schools to be certified through the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation. NATEF oversees automotive education facilities for technical colleges and high schools across the country. The school was notified in early May of... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Upon his return with the Old Glory Honor Flight from Washington, D.C., last month, Lester Bondowski was greeted at the airport with a sign created by his son-in-law, Jeff Weigert, of New Berlin.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
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A man who has moved people with his music was himself moved to tears when discussing his recent trip to Washington, D.C., with the Old Glory Honor Flight last month. Lester Bondowski, 85, of Shawano, said he was honored to join about 100 other veterans April 9 on Mission 28 of the honor flight.... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Cynthia Cullen, left, and Melissa Roulo congratulate Deacon James Lonick following the 10:45 a.m. Mass Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shawano. He was ordained on Saturday in Green Bay.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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After five years of preparation, James Lonick was ordained a deacon Saturday by Bishop David Ricken of the Green Bay Diocese at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in Green Bay. “It’s been a long journey, but now it’s a new start,” Lonick said. He preached the homily at all the weekend Masses at... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Five new “Living Treasures” received plaques at a program Tuesday: from left, back row, Bill Cantwell and Tom Cotter; front row, Nancy Goode, Sandy Staszak and Mitzi Moesch.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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As part of Older Americans Month, the Shawano County Aging Unit honored five new “Living Treasures” Tuesday at the Fellman Center. Over the last 15 years, the program has acknowledged 85 county residents. Bill Cantwell, Tom Cotter, Nancy Goode, Mitzi Moesch and Sandy Staszak were added to the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Gresham-Bowler hurdler Arthur Boucher earned a fourth-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles Thursday at the Bonduel Invitational.
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Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Trebor Rueckert finished second in the triple jump Thursday for Bonduel High School at the Bonduel Invitational.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Shawano Community High School juniors Kelsey Gast, left, and Sean Shively replace the drive shaft on a Dodge Ram truck Wednesday during an automotive technology class at the school. The SCHS program is certified by the National Automotive Technology Education Foundation. Shawano is one of only 12 high schools in the state to have the designation.

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Upon his return with the Old Glory Honor Flight from Washington, D.C., last month, Lester Bondowski was greeted at the airport with a sign created by his son-in-law, Jeff Weigert, of New Berlin.

Photo by Carol Wagner Cynthia Cullen, left, and Melissa Roulo congratulate Deacon James Lonick following the 10:45 a.m. Mass Sunday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Shawano. He was ordained on Saturday in Green Bay.

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Five new “Living Treasures” received plaques at a program Tuesday: from left, back row, Bill Cantwell and Tom Cotter; front row, Nancy Goode, Sandy Staszak and Mitzi Moesch.

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Shawano Community High School juniors Kelsey Gast, left, and Sean Shively replace the drive shaft on a Dodge Ram truck Wednesday during an automotive technology class at the school. The SCHS program is certified by the National Automotive Technology Education Foundation. Shawano is one of only 12 high schools in the state to have the designation.
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Shawano Community High School is one of 12 Wisconsin high schools to be certified through the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation. NATEF oversees automotive education facilities for technical colleges and high schools across the country. The school was notified in early May of... + continue reading
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When Matthew and Mitchell LaBerge were diagnosed with autism 15 years ago, no one knew much about the disorder or what the identical twins would be able to accomplish in life. Friday, they will reach a milestone, which some might have thought unreachable, when they cross the stage with their... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Upon his return with the Old Glory Honor Flight from Washington, D.C., last month, Lester Bondowski was greeted at the airport with a sign created by his son-in-law, Jeff Weigert, of New Berlin.
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A man who has moved people with his music was himself moved to tears when discussing his recent trip to Washington, D.C., with the Old Glory Honor Flight last month. Lester Bondowski, 85, of Shawano, said he was honored to join about 100 other veterans April 9 on Mission 28 of the honor flight.... + continue reading
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The Shawano Police Department’s school liaison officer, Jody Johnson, will switch jobs in July, becoming the first detective on the department’s staff. The city’s police and fire commission on Tuesday unanimously approved Johnson after interviewing her and four of her fellow officers who had... + continue reading
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Shawano police and hundreds of other law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin are in the midst of their annual enforcement operation targeting unbuckled drivers and passengers. The Click It or Ticket effort started Monday and runs through May 31. “This is the big kickoff of the summer,” Police... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Gresham-Bowler hurdler Arthur Boucher earned a fourth-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles Thursday at the Bonduel Invitational.
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The experiment seemed to work for the Bonduel High School track and field teams. Coach Jim Watry said the Bears weren’t trying for maximum points Thursday at the Bonduel Invitational; they were... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Marion High School golfer Jared Sawal finished in a tie for seventh place Thursday at the CWC All-Conference Tournament at Foxfire Golf Course in Manawa.
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Leader Photo by Troy A. Bruzewski Madison Bushman had the best score of the Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School golf team in Thursday’s CWC All-Conference Tournament at Foxfire Golf Course in Waupaca.
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Plan your work and work your plan.” Ann-Marie Heidings The city of Shawano works very hard to accommodate business needs and encourages job growth and retention in our community. Perhaps... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Shawano Community High School juniors Kelsey Gast, left, and Sean Shively replace the drive shaft on a Dodge Ram truck Wednesday during an automotive technology class at the school. The SCHS program is certified by the National Automotive Technology Education Foundation. Shawano is one of only 12 high schools in the state to have the designation.
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Shawano Community High School is one of 12 Wisconsin high schools to be certified through the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation. NATEF oversees automotive education facilities... + continue reading

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