Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Brynn Reinke tips a ball over the net during a drill at practice Wednesday. Reinke is one of six regular contributors returning for the Bears this fall.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School senior Kailee Pedersen will be asked to change positions this year, moving from outside hitter to right side and setter, to fill the void left by the graduation of Miranda Schmidt.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Kim Bodoh has been preaching consistency this fall. Bodoh, in her fourth year as head coach of the Bonduel volleyball team, says her team will need to play more consistently to offset the loss of hitters Taylor Weier and Hayley Pues to graduation. “We need that consistency and that teamwork... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School senior Marie Wilber passes the ball to the setter during a drill at practice Tuesday. Wilber is one of nine seniors on the team.
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Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School junior Iliana Securest serves during a drill Tuesday. First-year head coach Jackson Miller emphasized the importance of good serving in practice.
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Graduating five seniors won’t be the biggest adjustment for the Menominee Indian volleyball program in 2016. The Eagles also have a new first-year coach following the departure of head coach Colette White. Jackson Miller, a 2015 graduate of Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown who played... + continue reading

Photo by Rob Zimmer Late summer and fall bring a number of fun and unusual blooms, like this native bottle gentian, whose flowers never fully open.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Naked Ladies, also called Surprise lilies, Magic lilies and other fun names, appear out of nowhere in late summer and early fall, a tall, flowering stalk that quickly rises and blooms in beautiful pink.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Late summer and fall are a fun time to be a gardener in Wisconsin. Some of our most exciting, interesting and unusual plants bloom this time of year, creating a joyful and colorful show. With unusual blooms, odd shapes, bizarre growth habits and bright colors, many fall plants are outstanding... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Representatives of The Cottages, from left, Heather Effenberger, Alexandra Peterson, Cara Peterson and Danielle Daebler celebrate the collaboration on Forget Me Not Grape with Twig’s Beverage staff Monday.
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Leader Photo by Greg Mellis The first bottles of “Forget Me Not Grape” soda come off the bottling line at Twig’s Beverage on Monday morning in Shawano. Part of the proceeds from the new flavor will go into a fund for dementia education and research.
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Twig’s Beverage began bottling a memorable new flavor Monday. Forget Me Not Grape adds not only to the line of locally produced Twig’s favors, but will also add to the coffers available to fund education, awareness and research for Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Part of the proceeds... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School quarterback Jack Hanauer breaks a tackle in the backfield on one of his 11 carries Friday. Hanauer had five touchdowns, including three rushing scores, in a 47-0 season-opening victory over Clintonville.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School running back Kien Moorman stiff-arms Clintonville defensive back Sean Finger during the second quarter of Shawano’s 47-0 road victory. Moorman had two touchdowns and 178 rushing yards on 11 carries.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
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Quarterback Jack Hanauer’s 195-pound frame has opened up the Shawano offensive playbook, and his talent was on full display Friday during the Hawks’ 47-0 thrashing of Clintonville in both teams’ 2016 season opener. Hanauer accounted for five touchdowns, including three on the ground, in a road... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Brynn Reinke tips a ball over the net during a drill at practice Wednesday. Reinke is one of six regular contributors returning for the Bears this fall.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School senior Kailee Pedersen will be asked to change positions this year, moving from outside hitter to right side and setter, to fill the void left by the graduation of Miranda Schmidt.

Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School senior Marie Wilber passes the ball to the setter during a drill at practice Tuesday. Wilber is one of nine seniors on the team.
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Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School junior Iliana Securest serves during a drill Tuesday. First-year head coach Jackson Miller emphasized the importance of good serving in practice.

Photo by Rob Zimmer Late summer and fall bring a number of fun and unusual blooms, like this native bottle gentian, whose flowers never fully open.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Naked Ladies, also called Surprise lilies, Magic lilies and other fun names, appear out of nowhere in late summer and early fall, a tall, flowering stalk that quickly rises and blooms in beautiful pink.

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Representatives of The Cottages, from left, Heather Effenberger, Alexandra Peterson, Cara Peterson and Danielle Daebler celebrate the collaboration on Forget Me Not Grape with Twig’s Beverage staff Monday.
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Leader Photo by Greg Mellis The first bottles of “Forget Me Not Grape” soda come off the bottling line at Twig’s Beverage on Monday morning in Shawano. Part of the proceeds from the new flavor will go into a fund for dementia education and research.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School quarterback Jack Hanauer breaks a tackle in the backfield on one of his 11 carries Friday. Hanauer had five touchdowns, including three rushing scores, in a 47-0 season-opening victory over Clintonville.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School running back Kien Moorman stiff-arms Clintonville defensive back Sean Finger during the second quarter of Shawano’s 47-0 road victory. Moorman had two touchdowns and 178 rushing yards on 11 carries.

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The leader of an Ohio ministry who was eyeing a Shawano property for a proposed cult recovery center now says the city is no longer an option, after running into financial hurdles and community resistance. Jay Howard, head of the Religious Research Project, a group that focuses on cults, has... + continue reading
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Shortly before noon Wednesday, officials gathered for a mock news conference at Shawano City Hall to give initial and limited information on a shooting incident at a city school. The press briefing, as was the incident, was a simulation of how authorities expected to respond in the event of an... + continue reading

Contributed Photo The Huntington family includes, from left, front row, Bert Huntington and his wife, Carol Huntington, and, back row, their children, Bart Huntington, Paige Huntington and Shane Huntington.
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A centerpiece of the Shawano County Fairgrounds is getting a new look — and a new name. County officials have agreed to rename the Junior Fair Building in honor of a family that is donating $100,000 for a long-discussed renovation of the facility. Bert and Carol Huntington, of the town of... + continue reading
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A janitor working in the Howard-Suamico School District was among six men arrested last week in an internet sex sting operation conducted by the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department. James M. Gosse, 34, of Green Bay, said at the time of his arrest that he works for a janitorial company at Suamico... + continue reading
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The Shawano Area Community Foundation is accepting grant applications until Oct. 1 from eligible Shawano area charitable organizations. Organizations interested in applying for grants up to $5,000 from the SACF’s Shawano Area Fund must be designated by the Internal Revenue Service to be public... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Brynn Reinke tips a ball over the net during a drill at practice Wednesday. Reinke is one of six regular contributors returning for the Bears this fall.
Wednesday, 24/08/16 - 0 comment(s)
Kim Bodoh has been preaching consistency this fall. Bodoh, in her fourth year as head coach of the Bonduel volleyball team, says her team will need to play more consistently to offset the loss of... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School senior Marie Wilber passes the ball to the setter during a drill at practice Tuesday. Wilber is one of nine seniors on the team.
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Leader Photo by Brady VanDeurzen Menominee Indian High School junior Iliana Securest serves during a drill Tuesday. First-year head coach Jackson Miller emphasized the importance of good serving in practice.
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Where did laughter go? Sometimes we take life way too seriously. Unfortunately, it has become common for people to run through life with such speed that there is no time to laugh. I recently read... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 02/08/16
Stacey Dickmann has joined the teaching staff at Sacred Heart Catholic School of Shawano and will oversee the 3-year-old preschool program, Little Blessings. Little Blessings runs from 8:05-11 a.m... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski The Cat in the Hat, played by Trevor Pedersen, holds a cartoon voice bubble as Jojo, played by Allissa Tilleson, makes the sound that allows the outside world to realize there’s a civilization of Whos on a speck of dust during a scene from “Seussical the Musical.” The show starts its three-night run Thursday at Bonduel High School’s Sousa Hall.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski The Sour Kangaroo, played by Kendra Verhasselt, denounces Horton and declares he should be locked away during a trial in “Seussical the Musical.” The show features a variety of Dr. Seuss stories suitable for all ages.
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