Leader Photo by Scott Williams The tavern currently known as Double Vision has operated since at least the 1940s along state Highway 117 south of Cecil.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams Customers gather around the bar inside Double Vision, a tavern that has been a popular hangout for decades halfway between Cecil and Bonduel.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
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Ron Buelow got into the bar business on an impulse, and he is getting out the same way. The owner of Double Vision tavern near Cecil has decided to retire, and is welcoming new owners to the establishment he has operated for the past 27 years. Situated about halfway between Cecil and Bonduel... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Members of the St. Paul Men’s Club at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel working at the Red Barn at Charlie’s County Market recently include, from left, sitting, Peter Schmidt and Larry Luepke; standing, Randy Genke, Mike Hille, Ray Banaszynski and Dale Lintner.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
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The St. Paul Men’s Club at St. Paul Lutheran church in Bonduel helps spread the Gospel and aid people in any way it can. “It’s a good fellowship,” President Randy Genke said. Most of the 32 members are very active helping the church, local communities and the world. Last year the club gave... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Jackie Schmidt, left, and Sandy Gawryleski hold baskets that will be raffled at the St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church picnic in Gresham on Sunday.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
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Jackie Schmidt and Sandy Gawryleski are preparing for the St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church picnic in Gresham on Sunday. Schmidt was born in Wittenberg and graduated from Bowler High School. She married and farmed with her husband of 55 years, Louie. For 16 years, she was a clerk at Hoffman... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel second baseman Josh Richter attempts to tag out Clintonville’s Nick Schoen, who stole second base on the play, during Bonduel’s 6-4 home loss Friday in an American Legion Class A Regional game.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Clintonville’s Logan Liesenfelder celebrates with coach Randy Finger after hitting a home run in the fourth inning of Friday’s 6-4 victory over Bonduel in an American Legion Class A Regional game in Bonduel. It was Liesenfelder’s second home run in three games.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
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A poor showing in the American Legion Class A Regional on Wednesday didn’t sit well with the Clintonville baseball players. The players, who already have a bid to the state tournament as the host next week, held a team meeting after the 7-2 loss. Since then they have rattled off consecutive... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel Legion first baseman Bryce Engel catches the pickoff throw from Jordan Boldt as Niagara’s Micah Wilson dives back to first base. Bonduel committed one error in Thursday’s 7-2 home loss.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel Legion outfielder Bailey Dingeldein slides into third base on an error in the first inning. He later scored on Josh Richter’s single, but Bonduel fell to Niagara, 7-2, Thursday night in a Class A Regional game.
Friday, July 21, 2017
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The Niagara Legion baseball team continued its hot hitting in the Class A Regional tournament Thursday, pounding out 10 hits in a 7-2 victory over Bonduel. The loss sent the host Grizzlies into an elimination game Friday against Clintonville. A four-run second inning, followed by a two-run... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams The tavern currently known as Double Vision has operated since at least the 1940s along state Highway 117 south of Cecil.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams Customers gather around the bar inside Double Vision, a tavern that has been a popular hangout for decades halfway between Cecil and Bonduel.

Photo by Carol Wagner Members of the St. Paul Men’s Club at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bonduel working at the Red Barn at Charlie’s County Market recently include, from left, sitting, Peter Schmidt and Larry Luepke; standing, Randy Genke, Mike Hille, Ray Banaszynski and Dale Lintner.

Photo by Carol Wagner Jackie Schmidt, left, and Sandy Gawryleski hold baskets that will be raffled at the St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church picnic in Gresham on Sunday.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel second baseman Josh Richter attempts to tag out Clintonville’s Nick Schoen, who stole second base on the play, during Bonduel’s 6-4 home loss Friday in an American Legion Class A Regional game.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Clintonville’s Logan Liesenfelder celebrates with coach Randy Finger after hitting a home run in the fourth inning of Friday’s 6-4 victory over Bonduel in an American Legion Class A Regional game in Bonduel. It was Liesenfelder’s second home run in three games.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel Legion first baseman Bryce Engel catches the pickoff throw from Jordan Boldt as Niagara’s Micah Wilson dives back to first base. Bonduel committed one error in Thursday’s 7-2 home loss.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel Legion outfielder Bailey Dingeldein slides into third base on an error in the first inning. He later scored on Josh Richter’s single, but Bonduel fell to Niagara, 7-2, Thursday night in a Class A Regional game.

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Saturday, 22/07/17
A member of the Bonduel School Board said Friday board members knew nothing about Brad Grayvold’s troubled past when they hired him as the new elementary school principal. “We should’ve known all that information,” board member Greg Borowski said. “It wasn’t brought up.” Grayvold was hired... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams The tavern currently known as Double Vision has operated since at least the 1940s along state Highway 117 south of Cecil.
Saturday, 22/07/17
Ron Buelow got into the bar business on an impulse, and he is getting out the same way. The owner of Double Vision tavern near Cecil has decided to retire, and is welcoming new owners to the establishment he has operated for the past 27 years. Situated about halfway between Cecil and Bonduel... + continue reading
Saturday, 22/07/17
While just teenagers, two young brothers came to the United States with a suitcase and a prayer. Walter Robenhagen (my grandfather) and Fred Robenhagen (Elaine Buettner Knope’s grandfather) set out on their own from their homeland Denmark to make a life here in America. Elaine Knope, her... + continue reading
Friday, 21/07/17
Two trustees resigned Thursday from the Bonduel Village Board amid accusations of political infighting that pushed village staff out the door. Trustees Joan Kamps and Mary Barney both submitted written resignations one day after an emotional meeting where village residents called for an end to... + continue reading
Friday, 21/07/17
Shawano city officials this week closed on a bond issuance deal that includes additional borrowing for park improvements approved in an April referendum with better terms and rates than initially expected. However, those terms are not expected to significantly affect the projected tax rate... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel second baseman Josh Richter attempts to tag out Clintonville’s Nick Schoen, who stole second base on the play, during Bonduel’s 6-4 home loss Friday in an American Legion Class A Regional game.
Saturday, 22/07/17
A poor showing in the American Legion Class A Regional on Wednesday didn’t sit well with the Clintonville baseball players. The players, who already have a bid to the state tournament as the host... + continue reading

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Saturday, 22/07/17
While just teenagers, two young brothers came to the United States with a suitcase and a prayer. Walter Robenhagen (my grandfather) and Fred Robenhagen (Elaine Buettner Knope’s grandfather) set out... + continue reading

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Contributed Photo Karelyn Malliet, of Shawano, works with Brian Nozny, a faculty performer, at the percussion and steel band session at the Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor.
Thursday, 06/07/17
Karelyn Malliet, of Shawano, recently spent two weeks studying at the Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor. The Shawano Community High School student was among 20 young musicians... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Secretary Eloise Anderson, first lady Tonette Walker and State Superintendent Tony Evers participated in the annual Foster Youth Graduation Ceremony in Madison on Tuesday. The 27 graduates who were able to attend the celebration represented the 82 foster youth throughout Wisconsin who are known to have reached graduated in the 2016-17 academic year.
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