Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Mr. Boddy, center, played by Ethan Fregien, sings about how someone is going to murder him, as potential suspects Mr. Green, played by Michael Brunner, and Mrs. Peacock, played by Ashley Booth, brandish potential murder weapons in “Clue: The Musical.” The show opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Miss Scarlet, played by Amy Doefer, and Colonel Mustard, played by Alex Torborg, are among the guests suspected of offing Mr. Boddy in “Clue: The Musical.”
Friday, July 3, 2015
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The Box in the Wood Theatre Guild’s next show will take audiences down a winding, mysterious road to find out who would dare to commit murder. The twist is that the ending will be different every night. Thursday, Box in the Wood will debut “Clue: The Musical,” a show that combines elements of... + continue reading

Contributed Photo World War II veteran Reuben Schaetzel recently autographed a copy of “Frontlines World War II” for World War II history buff Jake Jenkins, 10.
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Sometimes we become concerned about the future of our country. Do our young people realize how precious our freedoms are; do they think about our veterans and their sacrifices? I recently spent some time with a young boy who alleviated my concerns and made me realize patriotism is not lost on... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Rebecca Alegria, tribal research and cultural planner, stands in one of the new gardens in front of the Menominee Logging Camp on the banks of the Wolf River north of Keshena. She is shown with Omaha Warrington, left, summer youth worker, and Tony Brown, tour guide and groundskeeper.
Friday, July 3, 2015
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Traditional gardens have been added to the Menominee Logging Camp and Cultural Museum this summer without modern equipment. “We’ve done research. … We did it just like our ancestors would,” said Rebecca Alegria, tribal research and cultural planner. “All of the seeds are heirloom.” Summer... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Kathy Lohmiller is getting antiques and retro items ready for the St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Festival.
Friday, July 3, 2015
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Kathy Lohmiller is a volunteer and member at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Keshena. She is helping with the parish festival Sunday. Born in Wayne, Nebraska, Lohmiller moved with her family to Shawano when she was 6 years old. She graduated from Shawano High School, then worked at CRI for 16... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams Bidding assistant Steve Ellis, standing, confers with bidder Al Burnett during Wednesday’s auction for US Air Motorsports Raceway.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams A brochure is among the materials displayed before Wednesday’s auction inside the racetrack banquet room at US Air Motorsports Raceway.
Thursday, July 2, 2015
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An out-of-state buyer Wednesday purchased the US Air Motorsports Raceway at auction for $345,000 — a price lower than many observers had expected. The successful bidder was not immediately identified, although auctioneers described the buyer as a racing industry insider who operates racetracks... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Mr. Boddy, center, played by Ethan Fregien, sings about how someone is going to murder him, as potential suspects Mr. Green, played by Michael Brunner, and Mrs. Peacock, played by Ashley Booth, brandish potential murder weapons in “Clue: The Musical.” The show opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Miss Scarlet, played by Amy Doefer, and Colonel Mustard, played by Alex Torborg, are among the guests suspected of offing Mr. Boddy in “Clue: The Musical.”

Contributed Photo World War II veteran Reuben Schaetzel recently autographed a copy of “Frontlines World War II” for World War II history buff Jake Jenkins, 10.

Photo by Carol Wagner Rebecca Alegria, tribal research and cultural planner, stands in one of the new gardens in front of the Menominee Logging Camp on the banks of the Wolf River north of Keshena. She is shown with Omaha Warrington, left, summer youth worker, and Tony Brown, tour guide and groundskeeper.

Photo by Carol Wagner Kathy Lohmiller is getting antiques and retro items ready for the St. Michael Catholic Church Parish Festival.

Leader Photo by Scott Williams Bidding assistant Steve Ellis, standing, confers with bidder Al Burnett during Wednesday’s auction for US Air Motorsports Raceway.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams A brochure is among the materials displayed before Wednesday’s auction inside the racetrack banquet room at US Air Motorsports Raceway.

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Shawano County spent a tense hour under the threat of multiple tornado warnings Monday evening, with at least two confirmed tornado spottings as the storm rumbled northeast toward Oconto County. Despite heavy downpours, and scattered reports of power outages, no damage was reported by the time... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Mr. Boddy, center, played by Ethan Fregien, sings about how someone is going to murder him, as potential suspects Mr. Green, played by Michael Brunner, and Mrs. Peacock, played by Ashley Booth, brandish potential murder weapons in “Clue: The Musical.” The show opens Thursday.
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The Box in the Wood Theatre Guild’s next show will take audiences down a winding, mysterious road to find out who would dare to commit murder. The twist is that the ending will be different every night. Thursday, Box in the Wood will debut “Clue: The Musical,” a show that combines elements of... + continue reading
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Despite a pool of 10 applicants, Shawano County officials might not fill a position vacated by the county’s longtime finance director. Supervisors instead are considering reassigning the finance director’s duties to existing employees, including Administrative Coordinator Brent Miller.... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Christopher J. Ehlenfeldt sits next to his attorney, Paul Zilles, during a plea hearing Thursday in Shawano-Menominee County Circuit Court. Ehlenfeldt is charged with multiple counts of child porn possession.
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A Birnamwood man who was due to go to trial next week on nearly 70 counts of possessing child pornography pleaded no contest Thursday to 54 of those counts under a plea agreement with the state. Christopher J. Ehlenfeldt, 39, had faced 69 counts of possessing child porn and one felony count of... + continue reading

Contributed Photo World War II veteran Reuben Schaetzel recently autographed a copy of “Frontlines World War II” for World War II history buff Jake Jenkins, 10.
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Sometimes we become concerned about the future of our country. Do our young people realize how precious our freedoms are; do they think about our veterans and their sacrifices? I recently spent some time with a young boy who alleviated my concerns and made me realize patriotism is not lost on... + continue reading
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