Leader photo by Chris Caporale SCHS senior Tasa Grignon slides into third base as Bonduel’s Brent Pieper looks to make a tag on him. The Hawks and Bears split Saturday’s nonconference doubleheader in Bonduel.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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Bonduel sophomore Wyatt Erb kept Shawano guessing early in Saturday’s doubleheader at home. The fast-moving pitcher struck out 10 Hawks over seven innings, allowing two hits and three earned runs as the Bears took the opening game 8-3. Shawano would win the second game 13-6 after an offensive... + continue reading

Leader photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School sophomore Brynn Reinke fields a ground ball and readies a throw to first in the first inning of Tuesday’s 5-0 victory over Gillett/Suring.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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Before Gillett/Suring pitcher Jessica Anderson could get settled into Tuesday’s WIAA Division 3 regional quarterfinal game in Bonduel, the Bears had already posted four runs, all Bears pitcher Kailee Pedersen needed in the 5-0 victory. Pedersen, as the leadoff batter in the bottom of the first,... + continue reading

Leader File Photo A tent stands on the site where federal drug agents Oct. 23 raided a Menominee tribal farming operation where thousands of plants were confiscated.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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The Menominee Indian Tribe cannot grow industrial hemp on its reservation, a federal judge has ruled while rejecting the tribe’s argument that it should be treated similarly to a state. U.S. District Judge William Griesbach ruled that the tribe must abide by a federal law that permits growing... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Tasa Grignon tags out Clintonville’s Hunter Vollmar on a pick-off play at first base to end the the third inning. Shawano defeated Clintonville, 14-1.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior catcher Jack Hanauer looks a runner back early in Friday’s 14-1 victory over Clintonville. Hanauer had two hits and a walk at the plate for the Hawks.
Friday, May 20, 2016
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Five Shawano Hawks each had at least two hits in a 14-1 dismantling of the Clintonville Truckers in five innings Friday in Shawano. Kasey Kristof, Jacob Lacy, Nate Laude, Jack Hanauer and Alex Hoffman led Shawano at the plate, while sophomore Bryce Gagnow pitched a complete game. Lacy led... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Winners of the 2016 Shawano Optimist Club bike rodeo are, from left, front row, Brooklyn Wright, Aden Steinbring, Elizabeth Behnke, Rachael Carroll, Teagan Harkey, Madisyn Skalitsky, Bennett Aumann, Ashton Brugger, Makenna Bubolz, Grace Bubolz and Lily Bubolz; back row, Donavan Steinbring, Hunter Colon, Rose Cavanaugh, Sarah Carroll, Crew Weisnicht, Chase Christenson, Alex Paque, Derek Minch and Alexia Powell.
Friday, May 20, 2016
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Kadyn Graf was the grand prize winner with a perfect score Saturday at the Shawano Optimist Bike Rodeo at Zion Lutheran Church in Shawano. Gail Moesch, club first vice president, said 82 boys and girls, from kindergarten through sixth grade, participated in the event. Each child received a... + continue reading

Leader photo by Chris Caporale SCHS senior Tasa Grignon slides into third base as Bonduel’s Brent Pieper looks to make a tag on him. The Hawks and Bears split Saturday’s nonconference doubleheader in Bonduel.

Leader photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School sophomore Brynn Reinke fields a ground ball and readies a throw to first in the first inning of Tuesday’s 5-0 victory over Gillett/Suring.

Leader File Photo A tent stands on the site where federal drug agents Oct. 23 raided a Menominee tribal farming operation where thousands of plants were confiscated.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Tasa Grignon tags out Clintonville’s Hunter Vollmar on a pick-off play at first base to end the the third inning. Shawano defeated Clintonville, 14-1.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior catcher Jack Hanauer looks a runner back early in Friday’s 14-1 victory over Clintonville. Hanauer had two hits and a walk at the plate for the Hawks.

Contributed Photo Winners of the 2016 Shawano Optimist Club bike rodeo are, from left, front row, Brooklyn Wright, Aden Steinbring, Elizabeth Behnke, Rachael Carroll, Teagan Harkey, Madisyn Skalitsky, Bennett Aumann, Ashton Brugger, Makenna Bubolz, Grace Bubolz and Lily Bubolz; back row, Donavan Steinbring, Hunter Colon, Rose Cavanaugh, Sarah Carroll, Crew Weisnicht, Chase Christenson, Alex Paque, Derek Minch and Alexia Powell.

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Leader File Photo A tent stands on the site where federal drug agents Oct. 23 raided a Menominee tribal farming operation where thousands of plants were confiscated.
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The Menominee Indian Tribe cannot grow industrial hemp on its reservation, a federal judge has ruled while rejecting the tribe’s argument that it should be treated similarly to a state. U.S. District Judge William Griesbach ruled that the tribe must abide by a federal law that permits growing... + continue reading
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A traveling basketball coach accused in Shawano of attempting to facilitate a child sex crime and possessing child porn was in court Tuesday for a hearing on a defense motion to suppress evidence collected in the case. Nicholas R. Bennett, 24, of Portland, Oregon, was a basketball coach with Pro... + continue reading
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A Neopit man who aided a convenience store burglary, stole a car, nearly sideswiped a tribal police officer and fled law enforcement at a 100 mph was sentenced Monday in federal court to three years in prison and was placed on three years of supervised release. According to court documents,... + continue reading
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Hundreds of law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin, including Shawano police, will be on the lookout for unbuckled drivers and passengers during the annual Click It or Ticket mobilization that started Monday. The stepped-up enforcement effort runs through June 5. “More officers will be on... + continue reading

Leader File Photo The terminal building at the Shawano Municipal Airport is a cinder block structure that officials say was built in the 1940s or 1950s.
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Shawano Municipal Airport officials are seeking clearance to move ahead with a long-discussed effort to build a new terminal building for the airport. Members of the city-county airport commission have decided to seek city and county approval to request federal funding for the terminal project... + continue reading

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Leader photo by Chris Caporale SCHS senior Tasa Grignon slides into third base as Bonduel’s Brent Pieper looks to make a tag on him. The Hawks and Bears split Saturday’s nonconference doubleheader in Bonduel.
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Bonduel sophomore Wyatt Erb kept Shawano guessing early in Saturday’s doubleheader at home. The fast-moving pitcher struck out 10 Hawks over seven innings, allowing two hits and three earned runs... + continue reading

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To the editor: Much has changed in policing since 1962 when President Kennedy set aside May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which it falls as a time to recognize America’s... + continue reading

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Contributed Photo Hillcrest Primary School teacher Lori Schwecke is pictured with her second-grade class. Schwecke last week was named the 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year for the Junior Achievement Wolf River District.
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Junior Achievement of the Wolf River District last week awarded Hillcrest Primary School teacher Lori Schwecke its 2015­16 Teacher of the Year award. JA volunteers submitted nominations for the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Jared Rickert does a lap around the track at Bowler High School in the Supermileage vehicle he and Jarred Boswell designed. Bowler has been part of the Wisconsin Energy Efficient Vehicle Association’s Supermileage Challenge for the last four years.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bowler High School senior Jared Rickert sits in the driver’s seat of an award-winning Supermileage vehicle while his partner, Jarred Boswell, does a final check before a test run. The vehicle was estimated to be running at a peak of 765 miles per gallon during a competition in April at Fox Valley Technical College.
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