Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Lydia Beyer, left, and Alice Hoffmann helped the girls team capture its first ever Bay Conference Meet title on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
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As the girls varsity cross-country runners crossed the finish line at the Bay Conference Meet on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London, it was apparent that Shawano was going to put up a solid team score. When the final results were revealed, the Shawano girls team made history... + continue reading

Leader photos by Carol Ryczek New College of Menominee Nation president Paul Trebian accepts the responsibilities of his position at his investiture ceremony in Keshena Friday.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
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The College of Menominee Nation welcomed its new president Friday in a ceremony that brought together the academic traditions from 12th century Europe with traditional Menominee crafts and music. Wearing a black doctoral robe and academic stoles, President Paul Trebian agreed to support the... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano sophomore Gage Timm runs with the football during Friday’s game against New London in Shawano.
Saturday, October 13, 2018
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Hoping to upset New London in the season finale, things did not go according to plan for the Shawano Community High School football team on Friday. The Hawks turned the ball over five times, allowing the Bulldogs to chew up clock and wear down the Shawano defense. In the end, New London (7-2, 6-... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Julia Klement spikes the ball over the net against Xavier on Tuesday. Shawano earned a No. 4 seed in the Division 2 playoff bracket.
Friday, October 12, 2018
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During the course of a high school volleyball season, most teams endure their fair share of ups-and-downs. If there are snags along the way, teams try and work the issues out before the postseason rolls around. Local teams now are down to just a few more practices and matches to try and work out... + continue reading

Leader photos by Carol Ryczek Staff and supporters of the Safe Haven Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Support Center share electronic candles and copies of “Let There Be Peace on Earth” as they prepared for the annual domestic abuse awareness vigil. The annual event was held inside due to Thursday’s cold, windy weather. The event also featured tours of the newly expanded and remodeled shelter.
Friday, October 12, 2018
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Visitors to Safe Haven, Shawano’s Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Support Center, shared a somber celebration Wednesday at an annual candlelight vigil and tour. The annual vigil is a remembrance of those who have been injured or killed through domestic violence. This year, the event also... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Lydia Beyer, left, and Alice Hoffmann helped the girls team capture its first ever Bay Conference Meet title on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London.

Leader photos by Carol Ryczek New College of Menominee Nation president Paul Trebian accepts the responsibilities of his position at his investiture ceremony in Keshena Friday.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano sophomore Gage Timm runs with the football during Friday’s game against New London in Shawano.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Julia Klement spikes the ball over the net against Xavier on Tuesday. Shawano earned a No. 4 seed in the Division 2 playoff bracket.

Leader photos by Carol Ryczek Staff and supporters of the Safe Haven Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Support Center share electronic candles and copies of “Let There Be Peace on Earth” as they prepared for the annual domestic abuse awareness vigil. The annual event was held inside due to Thursday’s cold, windy weather. The event also featured tours of the newly expanded and remodeled shelter.

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Monday, 15/10/18
Wednesday’s scheduled meeting of the Shawano Finance Committee has been called on account of baseball. The city had planned to meet for a public budget discussion Wednesday evening, but officials have since realized they would be going up against Game 5 in the National League playoffs between... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Lydia Beyer, left, and Alice Hoffmann helped the girls team capture its first ever Bay Conference Meet title on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London.
Saturday, 13/10/18
As the girls varsity cross-country runners crossed the finish line at the Bay Conference Meet on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London, it was apparent that Shawano was going to put up a solid team score. When the final results were revealed, the Shawano girls team made history... + continue reading

Leader photos by Carol Ryczek New College of Menominee Nation president Paul Trebian accepts the responsibilities of his position at his investiture ceremony in Keshena Friday.
Saturday, 13/10/18
The College of Menominee Nation welcomed its new president Friday in a ceremony that brought together the academic traditions from 12th century Europe with traditional Menominee crafts and music. Wearing a black doctoral robe and academic stoles, President Paul Trebian agreed to support the... + continue reading
Saturday, 13/10/18
Shawano County property owners should see their tax rates go down again next year under the county’s proposed 2019 budget. Officials are projecting a tax rate of $5.08 per $1,000 of equalized value, a drop of 11 cents from this year’s rate of $5.19 per $1,000. This year’s rate was also lower... + continue reading
Saturday, 13/10/18
The Shawano Redevelopment Authority has seven more properties in its crosshairs for possible condemnation proceedings, five of which are owned by the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology. The RDA, a semi-independent panel tasked with addressing vacant and blighted buildings in the... + continue reading

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Leader photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Lydia Beyer, left, and Alice Hoffmann helped the girls team capture its first ever Bay Conference Meet title on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London.
Saturday, 13/10/18
As the girls varsity cross-country runners crossed the finish line at the Bay Conference Meet on Saturday at Shamrock Heights Golf Course in New London, it was apparent that Shawano was going to put... + continue reading

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Saturday, 13/10/18
To the editor: It is an honor and privilege that I submit this letter of endorsement on behalf of Keith Sorlie, candidate for Shawano County sheriff. After 47 years in law enforcement, with the... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Jeff Grignon, a consultant for the College of Menominee Nation, checks to see if one of the Sustainable Development Institute’s phenology signs is level before dirt is packed in the holes Thursday on the college’s Learning Path in Keshena. Besides the phenology trail, the path also has exercise areas, a frisbee golf course and Glenhenge, an outdoor learning classroom.
Saturday, 13/10/18
Anyone who walks along a nature trail and wonders about how plants and trees grow can now find out for themselves through a project with the College of Menominee Nation’s Sustainable Dependability... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Students from Bonduel Elementary School walk along Mill Street near the First Street intersection Wednesday for the annual Walk to School Day. Most of the journey was on a sidewalk, but this segment of road has no sidewalks, so students walked in an area set apart by orange cones.
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