Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School libero Saige Henning, center, celebrates the five-set victory over Seymour Thursday night at home with her teammates.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Niki Hoefs digs a ball, one of her team-high 21 digs on the night, during the second set of a five-set victory over Seymour on Thursday.
Friday, September 30, 2016
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With Shawano trailing by six points early in the fourth set, already down 2-1 in games to Seymour, Julia Klement came up with five kills in six points to start a comeback that would lead the Hawks to a five-set victory at home Thursday. The loss was Seymour’s first in Bay Conference action,... + continue reading

Photo by Curt Knoke Bob Kloes will be opening up his studio in Seymour to the public for the sixth annual Miles of Art festival on Saturday and Sunday. Nine sites make up this year’s tour.
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Photo by Curt Knoke A cutting board and measuring spoons by Seymour artist Bob Kloes are among some of the things visitors to Miles of Art will see this year. More than 45 artists are participating in the sixth annual festival.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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A few more miles will be added to this year’s Miles of Art with one venue returning after a brief hiatus and a new site being added to the mix. Miles of Art started in 2011 to show off Shawano County’s artistic side. The festivals nine venues, which will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday... + continue reading

Photo by Rob Zimmer Hydrangeas in all shapes and sizes are showcase plants in the fall garden.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Fantastic fall colors decorate the leaves and branches of many hydrangeas as the seasons change.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
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Fall is a spectacular season for the many varieties of hydrangeas that gardeners and property owners use as showcase plants in the yard and garden. Hydrangeas come in many shapes, sizes and colors, providing months of stunning beauty, elegance and grace, lasting right through fall and winter... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Pastor John Eyer will give a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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He has been pastor locally for six years, but music came first. The Rev. John Eyer, pastor at St. Paul Lutheran Church-Stony Hill and Zion Lutheran Church-Gresham, will perform a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel. “I just love to play music,” Eyer said. “I... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian’s Warren Kakwitch takes down Bowler/Gresham quarterback Riley Mohawk for a 6-yard loss on an option play in the first half of Menominee Indian’s 58-32 victory Friday.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian running back Antonio Mahkimetas rushed for 424 yards and five touchdowns in the Eagles’ 58-32 road victory Friday over Bowler/Gresham.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
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Menominee Indian used explosive plays, led by running back Antonio Mahkimetas’ 424 rushing yards and five touchdowns, to top Bowler/Gresham in a Great-8 North road contest Friday. Menominee Indian (2-4, 2-4 Great-8 North) had explosive plays all over the field, including five scores of 30 or... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School libero Saige Henning, center, celebrates the five-set victory over Seymour Thursday night at home with her teammates.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Niki Hoefs digs a ball, one of her team-high 21 digs on the night, during the second set of a five-set victory over Seymour on Thursday.

Photo by Curt Knoke Bob Kloes will be opening up his studio in Seymour to the public for the sixth annual Miles of Art festival on Saturday and Sunday. Nine sites make up this year’s tour.
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Photo by Curt Knoke A cutting board and measuring spoons by Seymour artist Bob Kloes are among some of the things visitors to Miles of Art will see this year. More than 45 artists are participating in the sixth annual festival.

Photo by Rob Zimmer Hydrangeas in all shapes and sizes are showcase plants in the fall garden.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Fantastic fall colors decorate the leaves and branches of many hydrangeas as the seasons change.

Photo by Carol Wagner Pastor John Eyer will give a piano recital at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian’s Warren Kakwitch takes down Bowler/Gresham quarterback Riley Mohawk for a 6-yard loss on an option play in the first half of Menominee Indian’s 58-32 victory Friday.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Menominee Indian running back Antonio Mahkimetas rushed for 424 yards and five touchdowns in the Eagles’ 58-32 road victory Friday over Bowler/Gresham.

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Crumbling infrastructure and insufficient maintenance brought Shawano County leaders together Thursday as part of a statewide push for improved state funding for roads and bridges. Representatives of cities, towns and villages countywide called for state lawmakers to break a deadlock over the... + continue reading
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A stretch of near-perfect weather during the 2016 Shawano County Fair helped the fair achieve its best attendance level in recent memory. Fair President Dale Hodkiewicz said attendance during the six-day event totaled 65,996 — about 3,000 more than the previous year. Hodkiewicz said that... + continue reading
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Three men, including one who allegedly backed his truck into a squad car trying to get away, were arrested in the latest computer sex sting operation conducted this past week by the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department. Richard L. Vaughn, 58, of Griffith, Indiana, was arrested Saturday. Steven... + continue reading
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The arrests this past week of three men in a computer sex sting operation brings to 43 the number of suspected child predators nabbed in Shawano County since March of 2013. The operation originated with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Internet Crimes Against Children task force and involved... + continue reading
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Biomass, the oldest source of renewable energy, will soon be used to heat the Sustainable Development Institute facility at the College of Menominee Nation in Keshena. A furnace fired by wood pellets will replace the current heating unit fueled by propane, a nonrenewable fossil fuel that takes... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School libero Saige Henning, center, celebrates the five-set victory over Seymour Thursday night at home with her teammates.
Friday, 30/09/16 - 0 comment(s)
With Shawano trailing by six points early in the fourth set, already down 2-1 in games to Seymour, Julia Klement came up with five kills in six points to start a comeback that would lead the Hawks to... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School No. 2 singles player Cheyenne Knueppel serves in her match against Fox Valley Lutheran on Thursday. Knueppel won, 6-2, 6-3, and Shawano won by a score of 4-3.
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My mother often read nursery rhymes to me when I was a child. The book she read from was given to her by her mother. When I was old enough to read, I would sit for hours reading the nursery rhymes to... + continue reading

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Bonduel Elementary School The school year in our building has started off on a positive and exciting note. We have kicked off our focus on creating a “growth mindset” climate in our building. We... + continue reading

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