Photo by Carol Wagner Caroline Bedroske, principal and executive director of Wolf River Lutheran High School, is looking forward to the new school that will be built this year.
Friday, January 20, 2017
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Things are happening at Wolf River Lutheran High School. This is the year the new high school will be built. “It’s really exciting to see everything going on,” said Caroline Bedroske, principal and executive director. Bayland Builders is scheduled to begin construction of the school in April... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Paul Schmidt is the vice chairman of Wolf River Lutheran High School.
Friday, January 20, 2017
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Paul Schmidt is the vice chairman of Wolf River Lutheran High School. He was raised in Bonduel and graduated from Bonduel High School. Schmidt started farming right after high school. He took a five-year farming course at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and went to several cow college... + continue reading

Photo by Rob Zimmer White, or paper, birch is a spectacular landscape and garden addition for the year-round beauty it provides. Here, a grove of birches gleams in the clear blue winter sky.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Yellow birch grows in wooded, swampy areas and features papery bark in stunning metallic gold and bronze.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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The spectacular beauty of winter birches gleaming against the crisp blue sky is a highlight of the season. In sparkling white, the lacy canopy of these beautiful native trees against the backdrop of the azure sky is breathtaking. The winter birches are in full glory now, showcasing their... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Austin Kohl pulls the ball out after attempting to drive on West De Pere’s Jake Karchinski in Shawano on Friday. Kohl had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks, who lost, 63-60.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
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With the defense collapsing on West De Pere’s Tyler Schwartz, he found Jake Karchinski for a deep two-pointer to tie the game with 50 seconds left, and back-to-back turnovers made it nearly impossible for Shawano to take the lead. When the Hawks got possession back with 14.8 seconds left, Kaden... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
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Two white boards with painted segments sit in the basement classroom of art teacher Natalie Onesti at Gresham Community School. They don’t look like much now, but in a couple of weeks, they will be sources of pride for students and the greater Gresham community. Students in the school’s advanced... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Caroline Bedroske, principal and executive director of Wolf River Lutheran High School, is looking forward to the new school that will be built this year.

Photo by Carol Wagner Paul Schmidt is the vice chairman of Wolf River Lutheran High School.

Photo by Rob Zimmer White, or paper, birch is a spectacular landscape and garden addition for the year-round beauty it provides. Here, a grove of birches gleams in the clear blue winter sky.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Yellow birch grows in wooded, swampy areas and features papery bark in stunning metallic gold and bronze.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Austin Kohl pulls the ball out after attempting to drive on West De Pere’s Jake Karchinski in Shawano on Friday. Kohl had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks, who lost, 63-60.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.

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The Green Bay Packers might not know the status of injured receivers Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison until just before the NFC championship game on Sunday. Coach Mike McCarthy said on Friday that all three receivers would be “given every chance to play in the game.” The... + continue reading
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Local reactions to Donald Trump’s inauguration and particularly his inauguration speech Friday were unsurprisingly split across party lines, with Republicans hearing a message of hope and optimism and Democrats hearing a bleak and dystopian view of the country. “I was very impressed with it,”... + continue reading
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Because the Packers are still in the hunt for the Super Bowl ring, from my headline one could assume I am speaking of Aaron Rodgers, and quite frankly, I joyfully am! I began my article a few days before the Dallas game and as I was writing, was thinking of our Big Red here, totally immersed in... + continue reading
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Like me, many of you had parents or grandparents who lived in the early 1900s. My dad, Milton Robenhagen was born in 1918. His sister, one of my favorite aunts, Arline (Robenhagen) Roggenbuck, was born in 1920. Many of you knew my Aunt Arline. She lived in Shawano all her life until her passing in... + continue reading
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Could Shawano County be holding tantalizing secret information that Russian President Vladimir Putin would like to get his hands on? Well, probably not. Yet officials at the Shawano County Democratic Party say they learned recently that Russia’s alleged hack of the Democratic National... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Gresham Community School senior Neal Cerveny (21) gets fouled by Port Edwards junior Ian Gibbs in the second half of Gresham’s win at home Friday. Cerveny scored a game-high 23 points.
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Port Edwards made the Gresham boys basketball team play at a slow pace for 22 minutes Friday night. Then the Wildcats forced three consecutive turnovers in a matchup zone that broke open the game... + continue reading

Photo by Rich Montour Shawano Community High School guard Kennedy Klemens defends Green Bay East’s Ja’Staria Brantley in the first half of Shawano’s 61-49 victory at home Friday.
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Photo by Rich Montour Shawano Community High School junior Kristina Wynos dribbles past Green Bay East’s Katie McDonald during the second half of Shawano’s 61-49 home victory Friday.
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Like me, many of you had parents or grandparents who lived in the early 1900s. My dad, Milton Robenhagen was born in 1918. His sister, one of my favorite aunts, Arline (Robenhagen) Roggenbuck, was... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Anna Etten, a sixth-grade student at Shawano Community Middle School, looks toward the judges as she spells a word in the first round of the Shawano School District’s spelling bee on Wednesday. After more than hour, Etten was victorious after spelling “stilton” correctly.
Thursday, 19/01/17
Anna Etten showed few signs that she didn’t know how to spell a word as she coasted to victory in the Shawano School District’s annual spelling bee on Wednesday. Etten, who is in sixth grade at... + continue reading

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