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Street project prompts outcry in Bonduel

Leader photo by Joe Vandel

Bonduel's Village Board is scheduled to possibly take action tonight on a resolution regarding a controversial village street improvement project. Above, Herb Hoffman stands next to a long line of trees with yellow ribbons on them. If the street project gets the go ahead, these trees could be cut down to allow the installation of curb and gutter and widening of the street. The trees are across the street from Hoffman's home at 104 N. Second St.

By Joe Vandel

Leader Reporter

Tue
11
Apr

Council PFC discuss search for police chief

Leader Reporter

Tuesday night's special Common Council meeting will be one of many with the Police and Fire Commission as they work on the selection process for the chief of police.

After meeting in closed session for nearly an hour, the council and PFC did not reach a decision about hiring Bob Roberts, associate dean of the criminal justice department at Fox Valley Technical College, to help the PFC conduct a search for the police chief position.

Tue
11
Apr

Sneak preview of Discover Wisconsin episode held

This weekend's Discover Wisconsin Television episode, entitled Worth Writing Home About Shawano County, was presented in a sneak preview to local tourism and Shawano Area Chamber of Commerce members Tuesday.

The preview was sponsored by the Shawano County Tourism Council (SCTC) and was held at the Crescent Pitcher Show. About 75 people attended.

SCTC president Lisa Risen of Country Inn and Suites of Shawano said those in attendance reacted very positively to the episode.

Tue
11
Apr

Marion wins shootout with Truckers

Leader Sports Editor

CLINTONVILLE It was a shootout Tuesday afternoon in Clintonville when the Truckers hosted Marion in a non-conference game. The Mustangs used a nine-run sixth inning to pull out a 16-14 win to hand Clintonville its first loss of the season.

Tue
11
Apr

Shawano softball falls to Pacelli

Leader Sports Editor

STEVENS POINT After opening the season with a win on Monday, the Shawano softball team picked up its first loss of the season with a 10-4 defeat at the hands of Stevens Point Pacelli on Tuesday.

Costly mistakes doomed the Hawks to their first loss after they had built a 4-3 lead in the second inning. Pacelli capitalized on Shawano mistakes for a 4-run third inning taking a 7-4 lead and never looked back.

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