Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School freshman Kaden Richards pushes through two defenders to the hoop in the fourth quarter of the Hawks' 65-37 win over New London on Friday.
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Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School junior Zeke Gueths (54) guards New London senior Tyler Jagiello during Shawano’s 65-37 win Friday in Shawano.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
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With the suddenness of a flash flood, an unspectacular evening turned madly entertaining Friday night at Shawano Community High School as the Hawks’ basketball team took the measure 0f New London to stay in the hunt for a Bay Conference title with a 65-37 pasting. Freshman Eric Carl was the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School junior Preston Robaidek finds himself surrounded by Iola-Scandinavia defenders during the second quarter of Bonduel’s 67-52 win Friday in Bonduel.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School senior Hunter Berry searches for an opening as an Iola-Scandinavia player attempts to block him during the first quarter of a Central Wisconsin-8 game Friday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-52.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
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The Bonduel High School boys basketball team entered Friday night’s contest in a three-way tie for first place in the Central Wisconsin Conference-8. The tie was cut to two teams after Bonduel defeated visiting Iola-Scandinavia, 67-52. Amherst kept pace with the Bears with a 57-35 win Friday... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Kristin Hammargren will perform her one-woman show, “Discovering Austen,” at 1 p.m. Monday at the Shawano City-County Library. The event is part of the Library @ 7 program.
Friday, January 23, 2015
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A library is an ideal place to discover literature. On Monday, area residents will be able to see an author come to life. “Discovering Austen,” a one-woman show, will be presented at 1 p.m. Monday at the Shawano City-County Library. The play is one of a series of free events in the Library @ 7... + continue reading

Photo Courtesy of Navarino Nature Center Modern snowshoes resemble snowboards and include incisor-like grips on the bottom called crampons that grip the snow and prevent the shoes from sinking.
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Photo Courtesy of Navarino Nature Center Students and their chaperones wear snowshoes to traverse one of the trails at the Navarino Nature Center.
Friday, January 23, 2015
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One of history’s most celebrated deep thinkers had a notable take on locomotion: All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking. The ambulant Friedrich Nietzsche might never have needed snowshoes to give traction to his theories on winter strolls, but chances are he would have appreciated... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Dave Schoenike, right, and Raymond Rigsby are members of the Gresham Lions Club, which meets at The Woodland in Gresham.
Friday, January 23, 2015
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On Jan. 31, the Gresham Lions Club will hold its 55th annual Radar Run and Winter Carnival, one of the club’s two major annual fundraisers. There will be activities for all ages. “We try to keep most of our money local,” club President Dave Schoenike said. The Lions’ other major fundraiser... + continue reading

Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School freshman Kaden Richards pushes through two defenders to the hoop in the fourth quarter of the Hawks' 65-37 win over New London on Friday.
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Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School junior Zeke Gueths (54) guards New London senior Tyler Jagiello during Shawano’s 65-37 win Friday in Shawano.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School junior Preston Robaidek finds himself surrounded by Iola-Scandinavia defenders during the second quarter of Bonduel’s 67-52 win Friday in Bonduel.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School senior Hunter Berry searches for an opening as an Iola-Scandinavia player attempts to block him during the first quarter of a Central Wisconsin-8 game Friday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-52.

Contributed Photo Kristin Hammargren will perform her one-woman show, “Discovering Austen,” at 1 p.m. Monday at the Shawano City-County Library. The event is part of the Library @ 7 program.

Photo Courtesy of Navarino Nature Center Modern snowshoes resemble snowboards and include incisor-like grips on the bottom called crampons that grip the snow and prevent the shoes from sinking.
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Photo Courtesy of Navarino Nature Center Students and their chaperones wear snowshoes to traverse one of the trails at the Navarino Nature Center.

Photo by Carol Wagner Dave Schoenike, right, and Raymond Rigsby are members of the Gresham Lions Club, which meets at The Woodland in Gresham.

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Contributed Photo Kristin Hammargren will perform her one-woman show, “Discovering Austen,” at 1 p.m. Monday at the Shawano City-County Library. The event is part of the Library @ 7 program.
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A library is an ideal place to discover literature. On Monday, area residents will be able to see an author come to life. “Discovering Austen,” a one-woman show, will be presented at 1 p.m. Monday at the Shawano City-County Library. The play is one of a series of free events in the Library @ 7... + continue reading
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An arrest warrant was issued this week for a Hatley teen accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase before fleeing on foot in the town of Wittenberg. Amos W. Wodora, 18, could face a maximum 3½ years in prison and a $10,000 fine if found guilty. He is also charged with misdemeanor... + continue reading
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An Oshkosh man is facing charges of sexually assaulting a child in Shawano and two other counties. Jeremiah J. Roberts, 28, was charged in Shawano County on Thursday with one count of first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 12. He could face a maximum 60 years in prison if... + continue reading
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Following a one-year hiatus, the Mooseyard Winterfest Bar Olympics return Saturday. Seven bars and restaurants along Lake Drive will offer a variety of activities to soothe the winter blues, said Tony Powers, manager of the Shawano Lake Golf Course, one of the participating businesses. “It is... + continue reading
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Contributions from Shawano Farmers Market supporters, and a matching $3,500 grant from the Harold E. Pevonka Trust, have earned the market $7,185, the market board reported this week. After learning about the matching grant opportunity, the board sent letters to individuals and businesses to let... + continue reading
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Photo by Jen Kuhn Shawano Community High School freshman Kaden Richards pushes through two defenders to the hoop in the fourth quarter of the Hawks' 65-37 win over New London on Friday.
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With the suddenness of a flash flood, an unspectacular evening turned madly entertaining Friday night at Shawano Community High School as the Hawks’ basketball team took the measure 0f New London to... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School junior Preston Robaidek finds himself surrounded by Iola-Scandinavia defenders during the second quarter of Bonduel’s 67-52 win Friday in Bonduel.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Bonduel High School senior Hunter Berry searches for an opening as an Iola-Scandinavia player attempts to block him during the first quarter of a Central Wisconsin-8 game Friday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-52.
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To the editor: One of your best parenting partners is the Shawano City-County Library Children’s Department. An appreciation of reading will help your children excel in life, and the library... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt Karelyn Malliet, left, is presented with the district spelling bee trophy by Mary Kramer, principal of Shawano Community Middle School. The eighth-grader won her fourth straight district title Wednesday.
Thursday, 22/01/15
Karelyn Malliet successfully defended her Shawano School District spelling bee title Wednesday. The three-time champion and preliminary finalist at the E.W. Scripps National Spelling Bee in... + continue reading

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