Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Ronald Hoffman points to where he was positioned in a foxhole for Operation Chinook during the Vietnam War. Hoffman wrote about his experience in the U.S. Marine Corps and gave a presentation Wednesday at the College of Menominee Nation Library.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Posted by admin
Reader's rate:
4
Ronald Hoffman knows the entire population of northeast Wisconsin does not even come close to the number of people who died during the Vietnam War. Anywhere from 1.5 million to 5 million people were killed during the war, he said. It was a war Hoffman, a retired U.S. Marine living in Green... + continue reading

Photo by Jen Kuhn Menominee Indian High School guard Erin Wynos brings the ball upcourt as Marion’s Amber Gilliam gives chase Friday night during Menominee’s 50-34 CWC-10 victory.
,

Photo by Jen Kuhn Marion’s Abby Polzin tries to tie up Sherlinda Nahwahquaw of Menominee Indian during the host Lady Eagles’ 50-34 CWC-10 victory Friday.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Posted by admin
Reader's rate:
4.5
The law of averages is pretty clear about the can’t-win-‘em-all thing. But all throughout this special season the Menominee Indian High School girls have made it clear that you can keep all of the prognostications and actuarial mandates. They would prefer to just play basketball. Picked in... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Shawano Jazz I won its site in the small-school division of the Purdue University Jazz Festival in Lafayette, Indiana, outscoring 11 bands from four states.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Posted by admin
Reader's rate:
1.1
Shawano Community High School’s second-ever trip to the Purdue University Jazz Festival in Lafayette, Indiana, was a success. Shawano Jazz I won its site in the Purdue small-school division, outscoring 11 bands from four states. The Shawano bands were Wisconsin’s only representative in the... + continue reading

Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School freshman Kaden Richards pushes through two defenders to the hoop in the fourth quarter of the Hawks' 65-37 win over New London on Friday.
,

Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School junior Zeke Gueths (54) guards New London senior Tyler Jagiello during Shawano’s 65-37 win Friday in Shawano.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Posted by admin
Reader's rate:
5
With the suddenness of a flash flood, an unspectacular evening turned madly entertaining Friday night at Shawano Community High School as the Hawks’ basketball team took the measure 0f New London to stay in the hunt for a Bay Conference title with a 65-37 pasting. Freshman Eric Carl was the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School junior Preston Robaidek finds himself surrounded by Iola-Scandinavia defenders during the second quarter of Bonduel’s 67-52 win Friday in Bonduel.
,

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School senior Hunter Berry searches for an opening as an Iola-Scandinavia player attempts to block him during the first quarter of a Central Wisconsin-8 game Friday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-52.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Posted by admin
Reader's rate:
0
The Bonduel High School boys basketball team entered Friday night’s contest in a three-way tie for first place in the Central Wisconsin Conference-8. The tie was cut to two teams after Bonduel defeated visiting Iola-Scandinavia, 67-52. Amherst kept pace with the Bears with a 57-35 win Friday... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Ronald Hoffman points to where he was positioned in a foxhole for Operation Chinook during the Vietnam War. Hoffman wrote about his experience in the U.S. Marine Corps and gave a presentation Wednesday at the College of Menominee Nation Library.

Photo by Jen Kuhn Menominee Indian High School guard Erin Wynos brings the ball upcourt as Marion’s Amber Gilliam gives chase Friday night during Menominee’s 50-34 CWC-10 victory.
,

Photo by Jen Kuhn Marion’s Abby Polzin tries to tie up Sherlinda Nahwahquaw of Menominee Indian during the host Lady Eagles’ 50-34 CWC-10 victory Friday.

Contributed Photo Shawano Jazz I won its site in the small-school division of the Purdue University Jazz Festival in Lafayette, Indiana, outscoring 11 bands from four states.

Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School freshman Kaden Richards pushes through two defenders to the hoop in the fourth quarter of the Hawks' 65-37 win over New London on Friday.
,

Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School junior Zeke Gueths (54) guards New London senior Tyler Jagiello during Shawano’s 65-37 win Friday in Shawano.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School junior Preston Robaidek finds himself surrounded by Iola-Scandinavia defenders during the second quarter of Bonduel’s 67-52 win Friday in Bonduel.
,

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School senior Hunter Berry searches for an opening as an Iola-Scandinavia player attempts to block him during the first quarter of a Central Wisconsin-8 game Friday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-52.

Home Page

Featured News

Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
After having nearly a fortnight to heal, forget, or convince oneself that in the grand scheme of things it really doesn’t matter, there lingers a proposition for this Sunday that Green Bay Packers fans did not figure to be wasting a lot of time considering. Namely, whom to pull for in the Super... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Ronald Hoffman points to where he was positioned in a foxhole for Operation Chinook during the Vietnam War. Hoffman wrote about his experience in the U.S. Marine Corps and gave a presentation Wednesday at the College of Menominee Nation Library.
Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
Ronald Hoffman knows the entire population of northeast Wisconsin does not even come close to the number of people who died during the Vietnam War. Anywhere from 1.5 million to 5 million people were killed during the war, he said. It was a war Hoffman, a retired U.S. Marine living in Green... + continue reading
Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
The Shawano County Board amended its weapons policy Wednesday by a 24-3 vote, removing the fairgrounds from the list of prohibited county-owned areas and adding the two buildings where the Human Services Department operates. The fairgrounds had originally been removed from one paragraph of the... + continue reading
Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
Shawano County authorities logged five new burglary complaints Tuesday, bringing the total to 11 since reports started coming on Friday. “They seem to be on the rise,” Sheriff’s Department Capt. Tom Tuma said. Though the crimes are still under investigation, Tuma said, there is a likelihood... + continue reading
Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
Gov. Scott Walker says he is not going to reconsider his decision to reject a new casino in Kenosha. Walker commented Wednesday after a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, urged Walker to change his mind. Walker reiterated that he believed approving... + continue reading
S M T W T F S
 
 
 
 
1
 
2
 
3
 
4
 
5
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
9
 
10
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
16
 
17
 
18
 
19
 
20
 
21
 
22
 
23
 
24
 
25
 
26
 
27
 
28
 
29
 
30
 
31
 

Upcoming

Sports

Thursday, 29/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
After having nearly a fortnight to heal, forget, or convince oneself that in the grand scheme of things it really doesn’t matter, there lingers a proposition for this Sunday that Green Bay Packers... + continue reading

Photo by JLW Photography Shawano Community High School junior Meagan Ward played defense against Seymour High School’s Madilyn Heinke in the second quarter of Tuesday’s game in Shawano.
28/01/15 - 0 comment(s)

Opinions

Saturday, 17/01/15 - 0 comment(s)
To the editor: One of your best parenting partners is the Shawano City-County Library Children’s Department. An appreciation of reading will help your children excel in life, and the library... + continue reading

Schools


Contributed Photo Grade-level representatives at the Bowler Elementary School spelling bee are, from left, front row, Darby Rockman, fourth grade; Hunter Przybylski, eighth grade; Arianna Fuller, fourth grade; Desahn Welch, seventh grade; and Alexus Williams, fifth grade; back row, Selina Thiex, fifth grade; Jazmyne Brown, eighth grade; Carson Watters, seventh grade; Logan Thiex, sixth grade, overall winner; and Collin Bradley, sixth grade.
Thursday, 29/01/15
Olga Brener Intermediate School Fourth-graders at Olga Brener will have a chance to try snowshoeing at Navarino Nature Center. Tim Ewing, naturalist at Navarino Nature Center, starts the day with... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Shawano Jazz I won its site in the small-school division of the Purdue University Jazz Festival in Lafayette, Indiana, outscoring 11 bands from four states.
28/01/15 - 0 comment(s)

Special Sections

Shawano Shopper

Photo Galleries