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 Lee Pulaski Sophia Storm, right, played by Judy Nordeng, is horrified when she learns from her best friend, Liddie, played by Jody Angeli, about the horrible and sexist remarks her husband made, in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” The show, produced by Box in the Wood Theatre Guild, opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sam Storm, right, played by Tom Webster, has a drink as his campaign manager, J.B. Jackson, played by Dave Stuewer, tells about his concerns about someone else entering the mayoral race in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” A sexist remark from Sam prompts his wife to run against him.
Friday, September 23, 2016
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Politics will take center stage next week in Shawano. No, the presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has not been relocated to rural northeast Wisconsin. Instead, the Box in the Wood Theatre Guild is presenting a bigger political bloodbath, “Running Mates (or, The Family... + 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.
,

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.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sophia Storm, right, played by Judy Nordeng, is horrified when she learns from her best friend, Liddie, played by Jody Angeli, about the horrible and sexist remarks her husband made, in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” The show, produced by Box in the Wood Theatre Guild, opens Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Sam Storm, right, played by Tom Webster, has a drink as his campaign manager, J.B. Jackson, played by Dave Stuewer, tells about his concerns about someone else entering the mayoral race in a scene from “Running Mates (or, The Family Party).” A sexist remark from Sam prompts his wife to run against him.

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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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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
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The Shawano County Board gave tentative approval Wednesday to countywide library consolidation, although many details of such an overhaul remain to be ironed out. The board action on a 26-1 vote means that staff now will develop a blueprint for the county to assume responsibility of all... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams American Legion Post 117, 850 S. Lincoln St., has seen many big events over the years, but dwindling membership has allowed the building’s roof to fall into disrepair.
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One of Shawano’s most hallowed places, American Legion Post 117, has fallen on hard times and is reaching out to the community for help. Hampered by stagnant membership and dwindling participation, Post 117 is struggling to raise money for emergency roof repairs on its Legion hall at 850 S.... + continue reading
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Parents at Shawano’s Hillcrest Primary School are now represented by a PTO rather than a PTA, and the difference goes much deeper than just one letter. As a Parent-Teacher Organization, the group is aiming to save money by avoiding membership dues to the state or national Parent-Teacher... + continue reading
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There are varying perspectives on whether it’s a boon or a hindrance for a National Football League team’s bye week to occur after having played just three games. Many of the 78,000 fans at Lambeau Field last Sunday, though, were clear on how they felt about the bye week starting after 2 1/2... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Brianna Zook chips onto the 13th green at Crystal Springs Golf Course in Seymour during the WIAA Division 1 regional Wednesday. She shot a 95 and advanced to Monday’s sectional.
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With a young team competing in wet and windy conditions Wednesday at the WIAA Division 1 regional, Shawano head coach Dean Kugler knew his Hawks could not keep up with the likes of Green Bay Notre... + continue reading

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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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Wednesday, 21/09/16
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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