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Thu
27
Apr

Shawano baseball beats Jaguars 4-1

Leader Sports Editor

ASHWAUBENON The Shawano baseball team rebounded from their loss to DePere on Tuesday with a 4-1 win over Bay Conference foe Ashwaubenon on Thursday.

Both teams scored early as the pitching and defense took over the rest of the game. Neither team scored beyond the second inning as the Hawks scored two in the first and two in the second, before yielding their only run in the bottom of the second.

Thu
27
Apr

Bears pull away to beat Weyauwega

Leader Sports Editor

BONDUEL Scoring a combined seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings, the Bonduel softball team broke open a 6-6 game on their way to a 13-8 win over Weyauwega Thursday afternoon.

The Bears had four players with three hits as they pounded out 17 total hits in the game. Shelly Buettner was 3-for-4 on the day with 3 RBI to lead Bonduel. Jana Pues, Megan Bishop and Rachel Watters also had three hits for the Bears.

Thu
27
Apr

Reiter paces Hawks to third

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano boys track team had a very successful meet Thursday afternoon hosting the Shawano Invite and placing third in the eight-team event. The Hawks had five first place and four second place finishes in the meet totaling 129.5 points. The girls squad placed eight in the meet with 31 points, while placing three times in the top three.

Thu
27
Apr

Plan for post office expected in three months

Leader Reporter

Within three months, U.S. postal officials say they will know whether they plan to remodel the current Shawano Post Office, rebuild one from an existing building, or build new on a new site.

Postal officials decided Thursday at a public forum to advertise for existing buildings and land for the site of a new post office, as well as reconsider expanding the current building.

Nearly 70 community members, city officials, and postal workers expressed their ideas and concerns at the meeting.

Thu
27
Apr

Class helps put down roots for Arbor Day

With the help of a Lincoln Elementary School class, city officials took the first step in beautifying the new Shawano City Hall Thursday.

"It's such a nice building and such an asset to the city, we thought it would be a good idea," said Tree Advisory Committee member Barbara Lyon of the landscape plans for the east side of the building on Sawyer Street.

Before Torrie Rochon's third grade students took turns shoveling soil to plant three trees, Mayor Russ Schmidt proclaimed Friday Arbor Day, just as the state legislature has.

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