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Tue
28
Mar

Property owners seek answers at open book

Violett and Martin Busch of Shawano, right, listen to Joe Griesbach explain the increase in the assessment of their home at the first of three days of the open book at Shawano City Hall, Tuesday. Griesbach is president of Associated Assessments of Appleton, which conducted the reassessment of city properties.

By Amy Weaver

Leader Reporter

Bob and Audrey Greub of Shawano said they just wanted to know how their property value increased so much.

Tue
28
Mar

Low bidder seeks court order to halt landfill expansion

Leader Reporter

A hearing will be held Thursday afternoon in Shawano County Circuit on a Green Bay company's request to halt the start up of expansion of the Shawano County landfill.

Peters Concrete is seeking a restraining order after the county's solid waste management board agreed to award the landfill construction bid to Riverview Construction of Wausau over the lower bid from Peters Concrete.

Tue
28
Mar

Brady, Giese up for District 23 seat

Shawano County Board of Supervisors

District 23, includes Towns of Red Springs and Bartelme

Candidate: Ginger Brady, incumbent

Address: N9235 Sumac Lane, Gresham

Age: 47

Background: Been on county board for six years. Served as treasurer for the Town of Red Springs for seven years.

Candidate: Marshal Giese

Address: N7915 Big Lake Rd., Gresham

Age: 53

Tue
28
Mar

No-hitter highlights opening day

Leader Sports Editor

MARION Most pitchers only dream of it, but Marion's Andy Pfister needed only one game to accomplish it, pitching a no-hitter to open the Mustangs' 2000 season in style Tuesday afternoon. Marion beat Tigerton 5-0 in the opening game of a doubleheader. The Mustangs also took the second game 14-2 only allowing one hit in the game.

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