Photo by Carol Wagner Harold “Fuzzy” Klegin is a Vietnam veteran who was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
Saturday, May 27, 2017
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Harold ‘Fuzzy’ Klegin put the Vietnam War behind him when he returned home from the Army. Klegin said his survival was luck, and he still takes a moment to gather himself as he remembers all the guys who didn’t survive. “I never talked about it,” Klegin said. “Nobody would believe me anyway... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Echo Nicolaus and her children, Devan, 15, Alex, 13, and Kaydence, 4, place flags on veterans' graves in Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Friday, as they have done for the past four Memorial Days. "I want them to know the meaning of the holiday," Nicolaus said. "It's not just a day they don't have to go to school." Nicolaus has purchased 30 flags each year.
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Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Shawano Public Works Department employees Jeff Fritz and Dylan Hintz begin the annual task of placing 43 hanging baskets of perennial flowers throughout the downtown Friday morning.
Saturday, May 27, 2017
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Rainy weather could change the location of Monday’s Memorial Day observance in Shawano, but don’t expect it to dampen the spirits of veterans and the crowds of visitors that always turn out for the annual event. The program is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, following the parade to... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School seniors celebrate by raising the regional championship plaque after a 13-10 victory over Seymour in eight innings Friday. It’s the program’s first regional title since 2013.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Brandi Gueths, right, dives to tag out Seymour’s Riahanna King, with what would have been the game-winning run, in the bottom of the seventh inning on a throw from Saige Henning.
Saturday, May 27, 2017
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Erin Cerveny hit home runs in back-to-back innings and pushed across five runs as fourth-seeded Shawano outlasted top-seeded Seymour, 13-10, in eight innings Friday for the Hawks’ first WIAA regional softball title since 2013. With the game tied 5-5, Cerveny homered in the seventh inning and,... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Dan Rindt is the adjutant of the Clintonville Sons of the American Legion Squad 63.
Saturday, May 27, 2017
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The Sons of the American Legion is made up of boys and men of all ages who have a relative who served in the United States military and was, or is, a member of the American Legion. Dan Rindt is the adjutant of the Clintonville Sons of the American Legion Squad 63. “We support whatever we can to... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Connie Schoelkopf is the president of the Arthur Gensler Clintonville VFW Post 664 Auxiliary.
Saturday, May 27, 2017
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Connie Schoelkopf is the president of the Clintonville Arthur Gensler VFW Post 664 Auxiliary. She was born and raised in Clintonville, and graduated from Clintonville High School. Schoelkopf attended the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for a year and then worked at AAL, now Thrivent, for... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Harold “Fuzzy” Klegin is a Vietnam veteran who was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Echo Nicolaus and her children, Devan, 15, Alex, 13, and Kaydence, 4, place flags on veterans' graves in Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Friday, as they have done for the past four Memorial Days. "I want them to know the meaning of the holiday," Nicolaus said. "It's not just a day they don't have to go to school." Nicolaus has purchased 30 flags each year.
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Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Shawano Public Works Department employees Jeff Fritz and Dylan Hintz begin the annual task of placing 43 hanging baskets of perennial flowers throughout the downtown Friday morning.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School seniors celebrate by raising the regional championship plaque after a 13-10 victory over Seymour in eight innings Friday. It’s the program’s first regional title since 2013.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School junior Brandi Gueths, right, dives to tag out Seymour’s Riahanna King, with what would have been the game-winning run, in the bottom of the seventh inning on a throw from Saige Henning.

Photo by Carol Wagner Dan Rindt is the adjutant of the Clintonville Sons of the American Legion Squad 63.

Photo by Carol Wagner Connie Schoelkopf is the president of the Arthur Gensler Clintonville VFW Post 664 Auxiliary.

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Saturday, 27/05/17
The Shawano Redevelopment Authority is taking steps that could lead to condemnation of another downtown property owned by the Samanta Roy Institute of Science and Technology. The RDA last month initiated proceedings against a long-vacant and blighted property at 214 S. Main St., along with an... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Harold “Fuzzy” Klegin is a Vietnam veteran who was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
Saturday, 27/05/17
Harold ‘Fuzzy’ Klegin put the Vietnam War behind him when he returned home from the Army. Klegin said his survival was luck, and he still takes a moment to gather himself as he remembers all the guys who didn’t survive. “I never talked about it,” Klegin said. “Nobody would believe me anyway... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Greg Mellis Echo Nicolaus and her children, Devan, 15, Alex, 13, and Kaydence, 4, place flags on veterans' graves in Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Friday, as they have done for the past four Memorial Days. "I want them to know the meaning of the holiday," Nicolaus said. "It's not just a day they don't have to go to school." Nicolaus has purchased 30 flags each year.
Saturday, 27/05/17
Rainy weather could change the location of Monday’s Memorial Day observance in Shawano, but don’t expect it to dampen the spirits of veterans and the crowds of visitors that always turn out for the annual event. The program is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery, following the parade to... + continue reading
Saturday, 27/05/17
Mayors receive numerous invitations to attend and speak at a variety of events. During my 14-year tenure, the event that meant the most to me was the annual Memorial Day program held at Woodlawn Cemetery (weather permitting). Participating in the Memorial Day parade was emotional and unlike any... + continue reading

Contributed Photo First-grade students performing “The Wizard of Oz” last week at Bonduel Elementary School include, from left, Ryan Niles, Peyton Westrich, Mary Sue Margelofsky and Ryley Kurtz.
Friday, 26/05/17
Denise Rudersdorf has reached the end of her yellow brick road. The Bonduel school teacher is retiring after producing “The Wizard of Oz” every year for more than two decades with first-grade students playing Dorothy and the other beloved characters. The show has become a popular community... + continue reading

Sports


Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School seniors celebrate by raising the regional championship plaque after a 13-10 victory over Seymour in eight innings Friday. It’s the program’s first regional title since 2013.
Saturday, 27/05/17
Erin Cerveny hit home runs in back-to-back innings and pushed across five runs as fourth-seeded Shawano outlasted top-seeded Seymour, 13-10, in eight innings Friday for the Hawks’ first WIAA regional... + continue reading

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Saturday, 27/05/17
Mayors receive numerous invitations to attend and speak at a variety of events. During my 14-year tenure, the event that meant the most to me was the annual Memorial Day program held at Woodlawn... + continue reading

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Contributed Photo First-grade students performing “The Wizard of Oz” last week at Bonduel Elementary School include, from left, Ryan Niles, Peyton Westrich, Mary Sue Margelofsky and Ryley Kurtz.
Friday, 26/05/17
Denise Rudersdorf has reached the end of her yellow brick road. The Bonduel school teacher is retiring after producing “The Wizard of Oz” every year for more than two decades with first-grade... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Marion Elementary School teachers, from left, Stephanie Schroeder, Michelle Brill and Chelsey Gieseler hold a plaque presented to the school for raising the most money in a “penny war” benefiting the Bridge the Gap autism program. Gieseler’s fourth-grade class was Marion’s overall winner. Schroeder’s first-graders won weeks one and two, and Brill’s third-grade class was the week three winner.
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Contributed Photo McGruff the Crime Dog paid a visit to Bowler Elementary on May 18. He was joined by Officer Scott Brown of the Stockbridge-Munsee Police Department. Brown gave an anti-bullying presentation to more than 100 preschool to third-grade students.
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