Photo by Carol Wagner Pastor John Eyer will give a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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He has been pastor locally for six years, but music came first. The Rev. John Eyer, pastor at St. Paul Lutheran Church-Stony Hill and Zion Lutheran Church-Gresham, will perform a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel. “I just love to play music,” Eyer said. “I... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian’s Warren Kakwitch takes down Bowler/Gresham quarterback Riley Mohawk for a 6-yard loss on an option play in the first half of Menominee Indian’s 58-32 victory Friday.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian running back Antonio Mahkimetas rushed for 424 yards and five touchdowns in the Eagles’ 58-32 road victory Friday over Bowler/Gresham.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
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Menominee Indian used explosive plays, led by running back Antonio Mahkimetas’ 424 rushing yards and five touchdowns, to top Bowler/Gresham in a Great-8 North road contest Friday. Menominee Indian (2-4, 2-4 Great-8 North) had explosive plays all over the field, including five scores of 30 or... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sophia Storm, right, played by Judy Nordeng, is horrified when she learns from her best friend, Liddie, played by Jody Angeli, about the horrible and sexist remarks her husband made, in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” The show, produced by Box in the Wood Theatre Guild, opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sam Storm, right, played by Tom Webster, has a drink as his campaign manager, J.B. Jackson, played by Dave Stuewer, tells about his concerns about someone else entering the mayoral race in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” A sexist remark from Sam prompts his wife to run against him.
Friday, September 23, 2016
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Politics will take center stage next week in Shawano. No, the presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has not been relocated to rural northeast Wisconsin. Instead, the Box in the Wood Theatre Guild is presenting a bigger political bloodbath, “Running Mates (or, The Family... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Kathi Polzin, left, and Peggy Miller are members of the Main Street Book Club that meets at the Tigerton Village Hall.
Friday, September 23, 2016
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The Main Street Book Club in Tigerton was started by Kathi Polzin in March 2008 when Tigerton Main Street was looking for things to do in the community. The club has 12 members, all with different tastes, which adds to the enjoyment of the discussion, Polzin said. She gave kudos to member... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Julie Mauritz stands by one of 250 pies that were made for Applefest in Tigerton.
Friday, September 23, 2016
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Julie Mauritz volunteers for events in Tigerton, including the Taste of Tigerton Applefest on Saturday. She was born in Wausau and graduated from Wittenberg High School. She worked in her uncle’s restaurant before marrying. Mauritz also worked at the ATV Campground and now cleans at the Cedar... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Pastor John Eyer will give a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian’s Warren Kakwitch takes down Bowler/Gresham quarterback Riley Mohawk for a 6-yard loss on an option play in the first half of Menominee Indian’s 58-32 victory Friday.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian running back Antonio Mahkimetas rushed for 424 yards and five touchdowns in the Eagles’ 58-32 road victory Friday over Bowler/Gresham.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sophia Storm, right, played by Judy Nordeng, is horrified when she learns from her best friend, Liddie, played by Jody Angeli, about the horrible and sexist remarks her husband made, in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” The show, produced by Box in the Wood Theatre Guild, opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sam Storm, right, played by Tom Webster, has a drink as his campaign manager, J.B. Jackson, played by Dave Stuewer, tells about his concerns about someone else entering the mayoral race in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” A sexist remark from Sam prompts his wife to run against him.

Photo by Carol Wagner Kathi Polzin, left, and Peggy Miller are members of the Main Street Book Club that meets at the Tigerton Village Hall.

Photo by Carol Wagner Julie Mauritz stands by one of 250 pies that were made for Applefest in Tigerton.

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Wolf River Media, which publishes The Shawano Leader, and a Wittenberg publishing company announced this week that they have merged. The merger of WRM and The Wittenberg Enterprise/Birnamwood News and Your Community Shopper was completed Friday. Miriam Nelson will remain as editor and... + continue reading
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Effective this week, the Shawano Shopper will be integrated into a new publication that reaches more readers. The Super Shopper debuts Friday. It replaces not only the Shawano Shopper but also two other shoppers, The Bonus and Leader Advantage, published by Wolf River Media, the Shawano-based... + continue reading
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Clintonville School District residents have until Oct. 10 to return surveys gathering their opinions about the future of the Rexford-Longfellow Elementary School complex. The district earlier this year hired School Perception LLC to prepare the survey, which was sent to school district taxpayers... + continue reading
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The city finalized a deal this week with United Cooperative that will close down one Shawano park, but will fund a new one not far away. Shawano Park and Recreation Director Matt Hendricks said the Center Street park, adjacent to the United Coop property at 660 E. Seward St., is now private... + continue reading
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Development projects at two city parks and improvements planned at Huckleberry Harbor have gotten a financial shot in the arm this year from outside sources, significantly easing capital project budget demands at the Shawano Park and Recreation Department. Park and Recreation Director Matt... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Emily Thornock swims the backstroke leg of the 200-meter individual medley against Marinette on Tuesday. Shawano/Bonduel won 115-50.
Wednesday, 28/09/16 - 0 comment(s)
Upperclassmen helped the Shawano/Bonduel swim team win all but two of the 13 varsity races Tuesday as the Hawks dominated Marinette, 115-50, at home. Senior Emme Quandt and junior Lydia Colon each... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Carter Peplinski challenges Green Bay West’s Dominic Yang in the first half of a Bay Conference game Monday. Shawano won, 7-1.
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My mother often read nursery rhymes to me when I was a child. The book she read from was given to her by her mother. When I was old enough to read, I would sit for hours reading the nursery rhymes to... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 21/09/16
Bonduel Elementary School The school year in our building has started off on a positive and exciting note. We have kicked off our focus on creating a “growth mindset” climate in our building. We... + continue reading

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