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Ground broken for new Expo Center

Organizers and local officials broke ground for the Shawano County Expo Center at the fairgrounds, Monday. From left are Dave Tice,Sandra Phillips, Linda Bleser,Rod Christensen, Dick Stout, Bruce Reynolds, Charlie O\'Brien,Tim Tumanic, Shawano MayorRuss Schmidt, Vernon Ainsworth, Clarence Natzke and state Sen.Bob Cowles.

By Joe Vandel

Leader Reporter

Ground was formally broken Monday morning for the new $1.2 million Shawano County Expo Center.

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Former Wittenberg trustee pleads not guilty to misconduct charge

Leader Reporter

A former Wittenberg Village trustee, accused of forging the signature of the village president on a $3,500 check from the village, entered a not guilty plea in the case, Monday, in Shawano County Circuit Court.

Judge Thomas Grover has set a pretrial conference for May 10 for Mary Zillman, 62, of 408 W. College Ave., of Wittenberg.

Zillman is accused of one count of misconduct in public office. The charge is a Class E felony and is punishable with a fine of not more than $10,000 and or prison time of two years.

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Youth enters plea for pointing cap pistol

Leader Reporter

A student from Shawano Community High School, accused of pointing a cap pistol at a teacher during a class at the school, February 9, has pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in the case.

Troy A. Fowler, 17, of 620 Hamlin St., Shawano, entered the plea during a hearing Monday afternoon in Shawano County Circuit Court. According to the criminal complaint, the teacher was unaware if the cap pistol was a toy or a real gun when the incident occurred.

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Milwaukee Bucks are playoff bound

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) With Ray Allen out, Tim Thomas made sure the Milwaukee Bucks didn't let a chance to clinch the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference slip away Monday night.

Thomas scored three baskets in the closing minutes to finish with 21 points, and Glenn Robinson's breakaway dunk with 21.9 seconds remaining broke the final tie and gave the Bucks an 85-83 victory over the Orlando Magic.

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Packers make roster moves

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Rashaan Salaam was among four players released Monday by the Green Bay Packers, who also signed eight undrafted free agents.

Salaam, the 1994 Heisman Trophy winner from Colorado, was signed before the 1999 season's final game. He didn't figure in Green Bay's plans after the team acquired backup running back and kick returner Ahman Green from Seattle last week.

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