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Truckers finish second in own invite

CLINTONVILLE The Clintonville gymnastics team had a very successful day Saturday finishing second in their own invitational, with Waupun winning the meet with 116.65 points. The Truckers finished with 111.6 points.

Clintonville's Jessica Korth had a big day finishing fifth in the all-around and placing in the top five in three of the four events. Her total of 29.55 was good enough to put her in fifth place overall in the meet. Escanaba's Nina Schubert won the all-around competition with a 33.95 total on the day.

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23
Jan

Rewriting Hawks history

SHEBOYGAN The Shawano wrestling team had a historic day on Saturday wrestling in the Raider Invite as senior Rocky DeLorme became the Hawks all-time winningest wrestler surpassing Jerry Henn's win total of 114.

Sun
23
Jan

American-LaFrance-Shawano earns quality standards certification

American LaFrance-Shawano, formally 3D Manufacturing, Inc., has received ISO 9001 Certification, recognized in more that 90 countries as the benchmark for quality assurance.

The certification was presented Jan. 12 to officials at ALF-Shawano.

"Because more and more companies around the world are using ISO certification as a gauge for quality, it was a major step for ALF-Shawano," said Quality Assurance Manager and project coordinator Rick Beyer. "This allowed us to compete for business anywhere in the world."

Sun
23
Jan

Taxpayers: Thanks for rebate, but where's the rest?

Associated Press Writer

MADISON, Wis. (AP) Taxpayers eagerly flooded lawmakers with calls after the Legislature approved the governor's sales-tax rebate plan, asking when the checks would arrive and how much they would be worth.

Now that most of them have their checks, people are realizing there is something missing from the state's income tax forms this year: $410 million in property tax and rent credits.

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