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Mon
28
Feb

Bantams fall to Tomah twice, beat Sparta

Leader Sports Editor

TOMAH The Shawano Bantam hockey team competed in Tomah this past weekend finishing with a 1-2 record on the weekend. The Bantams beat Sparta and lost to host Tomah twice in their three games.

Shawano opened competition with a 5-1 loss to Tomah on Saturday. The Indian jumped out early taking a 2-0 lead after the first period. In the second period Tomah scored first building a 3-0 lead before Shawano could get on the board.

Sun
27
Feb

Theww Clintonville gymnsts qualify for WIAA State Meet

Leader Sports Editor

VALDERS Three Clintonville gymnasts moved on to the WIAA State Meet this past weekend with their performances in the sectional meet held at Valders. Jessica Korth, Molly Nerby and Misty Mueller will be competing in the state meet at Wisconsin Rapids on March 3.

Sun
27
Feb

Arts council opens Mielke fund drive

The Shawano County Arts Council today launched a new major membership and contribution drive to raise funds to support the Mielke Arts Center expansion project.

Plans originally for the expansion of the Mielke Theater had called for a project price tag of about $790,000, but those plans were scaled back to about $400,000 so they could be paid for with funds on hand.

Sun
27
Feb

Cool kids

Marlan Schmidt and Sydney Kassube, both age 6 of Shawano, were among the many young people on the ice Saturday for the Shawano Bassmasters\' children fishing event.

Sun
27
Feb

Keshena man convicted of sex assault in federal court

Leader Reporter

A Keshena man was convicted last week in federal court in Milwaukee on a charge of sexual abuse.

The jury trial for 36-year-old Michael A. Peters ended with his conviction on the charge Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

Peters is facing up to 20 years in federal prison without parole. He is scheduled to be sentenced on May 26 by Federal Judge Rudolph T. Randa.

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