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26
Mar

Brewers, White Sox finish in 12-inning tie

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Jaime Navarro didn't really care that he was facing his former Chicago White Sox teammates for the first time.

All that acrimony last season? Forgotten. The troubles he had with fans? As if it never happened.

"I don't have no regrets against any of those guys out there," he said. "Things didn't happen in Chicago, but hey, move on. I'm here. My job is to represent the Milwaukee Brewers and win as many games as I can for this organization."

Sat
25
Mar

Plans to bring Lutheran High School to Shawano coming along

Leader Correspondent

Members from several area churches are making significant progress in their plight to establish a Lutheran High School.

In September 1999, the group called the East Central Wisconsin Lutheran High School (ECWLHS) Association finalized the purchase of land that will be the future sight of a new Lutheran High School. The group held a service to dedicate the land in early October.

Sat
25
Mar

Teen to be tried as adult on LSD charges

Leader Reporter

Shawano County Judge Thomas Grover denied defense motions Friday afternoon to either dismiss or refer a drug case, filed against a Clintonville area teen, back to the original judge who waived her from juvenile to adult court.

Christopher VanWagner, the new attorney for Jennifer Laude, 16, W9903 Mill Creek Rd., claimed during the motions hearing that his client had been unjustly waived into adult court on the three counts of delivering LSD and one count of possessing LSD with intent to deliver.

Sat
25
Mar

Annual auction at Bonduel bar bodes well for Special Olympics

Leader Reporter

BONDUEL Special Olympics got a big financial boost Saturday as close to $12,000 was collected for the organization at an annual auction held at Jim and Elaine's Club 117 bar.

Those in attendance got the chance to bid on hundreds of items donated by area businesses and merchants.

Jim and Elaine Bahr, who've owned Club 117 for nearly 25 years, say the auction takes plenty of work, but they think it's worth it.

Sat
25
Mar

Badgers headed to Final Four

Associated Press

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. As improbable as it seems, it's "On Wisconsin!"

The pesky, patient Badgers are headed to the Final Four, a journey they last made 59 years ago.

""What can I say?" Wisconsin's Jon Bryant said. "Who would have thought this was possible? A month and a half ago, we were just trying to get into the tournament. But here we are going to the Final Four."

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