Leader photo by Morgan Rode Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Dylan Sprague, second from right, crosses the finish line in the 100-meter dash at the Bonduel Meet on Thursday.
Friday, May 18, 2018
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The nine-team Bonduel Meet on Thursday gave local track and field athletes one last opportunity to gear up for regionals, which take place Monday. The hosts took full advantage of the opportunity, with the Bonduel boys placing first with 174 points and the girls coming in second with 125.5... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Five Shawano student-athletes signed their letters of intent with their families looking on in the Shawano gymnasium on Wednesday. Sitting are the five athletes, left, Brianna Zook, Averi Vomastic, Joey Tadych, James Krueger and Jeffrey Green, who signed.
Thursday, May 17, 2018
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Five Shawano Community High School student-athletes saw all their hard work and dedication pay off on Wednesday afternoon. Seniors Jeffrey Green, James Krueger, Joey Tadych, Averi Vomastic and Brianna Zook all signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at Shawano High School’s... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Bonduel pitcher Isaac Boldt fires a pitch during the Bears’ 7-4 win over Iola-Scandinavia on Monday in Bonduel.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
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Beating a team twice in one season is a difficult task for any team at any level of play. Beating the same team twice in a matter of days is an even tougher challenge to achieve. The Bonduel baseball team accomplished the feat on Monday, downing Iola-Scandinavia 7-4 at Jack Reinke Field. The... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode UTV racers from across the country compete in the Midwest SxS Sports Spring National at US Air Motorsports Raceway this weekend.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
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US Air Motorsports Raceway brought a new and unique race to Shawano on Saturday and Sunday. Fans from across the state and country witnessed a mix of professional and amateur UTV racers compete in the Midwest SxS Sports Spring National, zipping around a track that was 50 percent asphalt and 50... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Goody Triathlon athletes opened the event by swimming at Pulaski Community Middle School on Monday.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
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Over 100 middle school students from 10 local school districts competed in the eighth annual Goody Triathlon on Monday. The 10 school districts that were involved in the triathlon were Ashwaubenon, Bonduel, Freedom, Green Bay, Howard-Suamico, Kaukauna, Menominee Indian, Pulaski, Shawano and... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Wittenberg-Birnamwood’s Dylan Sprague, second from right, crosses the finish line in the 100-meter dash at the Bonduel Meet on Thursday.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Five Shawano student-athletes signed their letters of intent with their families looking on in the Shawano gymnasium on Wednesday. Sitting are the five athletes, left, Brianna Zook, Averi Vomastic, Joey Tadych, James Krueger and Jeffrey Green, who signed.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Bonduel pitcher Isaac Boldt fires a pitch during the Bears’ 7-4 win over Iola-Scandinavia on Monday in Bonduel.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode UTV racers from across the country compete in the Midwest SxS Sports Spring National at US Air Motorsports Raceway this weekend.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Goody Triathlon athletes opened the event by swimming at Pulaski Community Middle School on Monday.

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Saturday, 19/05/18
Dozens of representatives from area governments, businesses, social services, health care, law enforcement, school districts and tribal organizations gathered in Shawano on Friday for an in-depth, daylong working session addressing the problem of childhood trauma and its potentially lifelong... + continue reading
Friday, 18/05/18
The Clintonville Public School District has received a $41,587 incentive check from Focus on Energy. The incentive check was presented at Monday’s School Board meeting. The check was presented by Nicole Zaidel, energy consultant with Focus on Energy, and Jeremy Bellile, owner of BNH Lighting,... + continue reading
Friday, 18/05/18
Shawano County is looking at pledging funds for broadband expansion in a handful of underserved communities, provided the state comes through with an equal share. The state has earmarked $7 million through the Wisconsin Broadband Expansion Grant funding program, which is administered by the... + continue reading
Thursday, 17/05/18
A Green Bay man is facing a felony charge of theft in a business setting for allegedly stealing nearly $10,000 from Annie’s Campground near the village of Gresham while he worked there last year. John J. Wauters, 45, was hired in March of last year to set up a point-of-sale software program for... + continue reading
Wednesday, 16/05/18
A Shawano police officer and former county sheriff’s detective has joined the race for Shawano County sheriff. Incumbent Adam Bieber is seeking a second four-year term and is already facing a challenge for the Republican nomination from former chief deputy John Gutho, who retired from the... + continue reading

Sports

Saturday, 19/05/18
The Shawano boys tennis team saw a number of its players excel during Bay Conference action this season. The deserving athletes were rewarded with all-conference honors for their efforts.... + continue reading

Opinions

Saturday, 19/05/18
Amanda, my grandson Jeff’s wife, is a beautiful dark-haired, dark-eyed, devoted wife and mother of four. Her smile lights up a room. If you met this vibrant woman, you would never know she is living... + continue reading

Schools

Friday, 18/05/18
Sacred Heart Catholic School continued its trend of uniting with other rural Catholic schools for the second annual Cardinal Invitational on May 11 at the Shawano Community Middle School track.... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski - Gresham Community School students, from left, Mason Ninham, Jessa Jensen, Luke Jensen, Will Jensen, Emily Jensen and Ben Page ride along Schabow Street to get to school Thursday morning. Almost 100 of the school’s 300-plus students rode their bicycles to school in observance of National Bike to School Day.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski - Gresham Community School students Kale James, left, and Jayden James cross the road on their bicycles to get to the school Thursday. Teachers and staff members were stationed throughout the community to make sure the riders made it to school safely.
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