Photo by Carol Wagner The Forget Me Not Fund is a nonprofit organization that raises money for training and increasing awareness of dementia. Members include, from left, front row, Danielle Daebler, Cara Peterson, Michelle Ballestad, Jennifer Greiert, and Andrea Heiman; back row, Mary Boyce, Mary Beilfuss, Leah Hietpas, Brittany Warrichaiet and Ginger Gruett.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Posted by admin
The Forget Me Not Fund was established by the Wolf River Region Dementia and Caregiver Network to support causes that are dedicated to educating caregivers and providing training events for families touched by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The Forget Me Not Fall Fashion show... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Betty Wilber is the ladies ministry leader at Life Church in Shawano.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Posted by admin
Betty Wilber is the ladies ministry leader at Life Church in Shawano. She was born in Clintonville and graduated from Clintonville High School. Wilber worked for 29½ years at a paper mill in Clintonville. She then worked part time at Bult’s Bakery, Edward Jones and an in-home day care before... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School defensive back Brett Ainsworth, bottom, and Seth Sousek, left, combine for a tackle of West De Pere’s Alex Wagner in the second quarter of Shawano’s season-opening 42-0 loss at home Friday.
,

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School quarterback Jarrett Laatsch, left, hands the ball off to running back Roman Purull in the first quarter of Shawano’s season-opening 42-0 loss at home Friday. Purull led Shawano with 12 rushes for 38 yards.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Posted by admin
West De Pere quarterback Josh Blount rushed the ball just six times in the first half but amassed 120 yards and four touchdowns as the Phantoms blew out Shawano, 42-0, in both teams’ season opener Friday in Shawano. Blount found the end zone more times in the first half than Shawano found the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian sophomore Jalen Corn sets the ball during a practice earlier this week. Corn is one of two returning starters for the Eagles this fall.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Posted by admin
Transitions are aplenty for the Menominee Indian volleyball team this fall. In addition to trying to make up for the loss of five starters, the Eagles are joining the larger Central Wisconsin Conference-East, which includes last year’s WIAA Division 3 sectional finalist Wittenberg-Birnamwood,... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian High School running back Meshaen Waukau breaks a tackle during Thursday’s 26-22 season-opening loss to Lena/STAA. Waukau rushed 36 times for 264 yards and three touchdowns.
,

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian High School lineman Darius Wayka, right, chases down Lena/STAA’s Tyler Stuart early in Menominee Indian’s 26-22 home loss Thursday.
Friday, August 18, 2017
Posted by admin
Menominee Indian scored just eight points off three second-half turnovers Thursday in a 26-22 season-opening home loss to Lena/STAA. The Eagles drove 65 yards for Meshaen Waukau’s third touchdown of the game after forcing a fumble on the Titans’ second play of the second half but could not turn... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner The Forget Me Not Fund is a nonprofit organization that raises money for training and increasing awareness of dementia. Members include, from left, front row, Danielle Daebler, Cara Peterson, Michelle Ballestad, Jennifer Greiert, and Andrea Heiman; back row, Mary Boyce, Mary Beilfuss, Leah Hietpas, Brittany Warrichaiet and Ginger Gruett.

Photo by Carol Wagner Betty Wilber is the ladies ministry leader at Life Church in Shawano.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School defensive back Brett Ainsworth, bottom, and Seth Sousek, left, combine for a tackle of West De Pere’s Alex Wagner in the second quarter of Shawano’s season-opening 42-0 loss at home Friday.
,

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School quarterback Jarrett Laatsch, left, hands the ball off to running back Roman Purull in the first quarter of Shawano’s season-opening 42-0 loss at home Friday. Purull led Shawano with 12 rushes for 38 yards.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian sophomore Jalen Corn sets the ball during a practice earlier this week. Corn is one of two returning starters for the Eagles this fall.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian High School running back Meshaen Waukau breaks a tackle during Thursday’s 26-22 season-opening loss to Lena/STAA. Waukau rushed 36 times for 264 yards and three touchdowns.
,

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian High School lineman Darius Wayka, right, chases down Lena/STAA’s Tyler Stuart early in Menominee Indian’s 26-22 home loss Thursday.

Home Page

Featured News


Leader Photo by Scott Williams Police investigators keep the scene blocked Friday as they search for clues in the explosion that killed one person and leveled a house in the town of Wescott.
Saturday, 19/08/17
A woman found dead in the debris of a house explosion Thursday in Shawano County has been identified as 54-year-old Diane Pickett. The Shawano County Sheriff’s Department said Pickett was found deceased at the scene of the explosion, which occurred about 5 a.m. Thursday at N6631 Richter Court... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/08/17
Several Clintonville residents asked for additional police protection in the area of the Main Street reconstruction project Monday. At a construction information meeting at the Community Center, a resident said his vehicle had been broken into three times, another said chairs had been moved... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/08/17
Our Molly is a yellow Lab who does not keep one hair on her body. It is everywhere but attached to her. Most days, this is what I think. If she shakes and there’s a stream of sunlight gleaming in the window just so, I can see blonde hair flying. Wearily, I roll my eyes and look at her. There’s... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/08/17
The Bonduel School District will begin classes for the 2017-18 school year Sept. 5 for high school freshmen and students in grades 4K through sixth. The remaining students will report for classes Sept. 6. Starting and ending times at district schools will be as follows: 8:07 a.m. to 3:04 p.m. at... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/08/17
You would have liked my mom if you had known her. She was the best! Mom didn’t have an easy life. Her father died when she was only 12 years old. She was the oldest of six children. Mother had to quit school to take care of her siblings so her mother could work to provide for the family. She... + continue reading

Sports


Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School defensive back Brett Ainsworth, bottom, and Seth Sousek, left, combine for a tackle of West De Pere’s Alex Wagner in the second quarter of Shawano’s season-opening 42-0 loss at home Friday.
Saturday, 19/08/17
West De Pere quarterback Josh Blount rushed the ball just six times in the first half but amassed 120 yards and four touchdowns as the Phantoms blew out Shawano, 42-0, in both teams’ season opener... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian sophomore Jalen Corn sets the ball during a practice earlier this week. Corn is one of two returning starters for the Eagles this fall.
19/08/17 -

Opinions

Saturday, 19/08/17
You would have liked my mom if you had known her. She was the best! Mom didn’t have an easy life. Her father died when she was only 12 years old. She was the oldest of six children. Mother had to... + continue reading

Schools

Saturday, 19/08/17
The Bonduel School District will begin classes for the 2017-18 school year Sept. 5 for high school freshmen and students in grades 4K through sixth. The remaining students will report for classes... + continue reading

Photo Galleries