Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Gresham Community High School girls basketball coach Nick Yaeger draws up a play during a timeout Thursday in a game against White Lake in Gresham. Gresham won, 43-40.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Gresham Community High School sophomore Sydney Jensen takes a shot Thursday during a game against White Lake in Gresham. Gresham won, 43-40.
Friday, November 21, 2014
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The Gresham Community High School girls basketball team is in the W column for the first time since the 2012-13 season after taking down nonconference foe White Lake 43-40 in the season opener Thursday in Gresham. The Wildcats started slowly against White Lake, but soon got its offense going,... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Brent Miller, left, talks about why he was interested in the county administrative coordinator position Wednesday during the Shawano County Board meeting as Supervisor Gene Hoppe, chairman of the Administrative Committee, listens.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Shawano County will have a new administrative coordinator, just in time for Christmas. The County Board voted unanimously Wednesday to hire Brent Miller, of Green Bay, to take over the full-time position, effective Dec. 22. Miller will replace Tom Madsen, who has been the county’s part-time... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Bonduel High School senior Jen Dowden takes a shot during Tuesday’s season-opening game against Gillett in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-17.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Bonduel High School senior Jen Dowden blocks Gillett senior Rebecca Wolfe during the teams’ season-opening game Tuesday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-17.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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The Bonduel High School girls basketball team came roaring out of the gate with a 67-17 win over Gillett in both teams’ season opener Tuesday in Bonduel. Bonduel’s defense jumped on Gillett early, holding the Tigers to seven points in the first quarter. Gillett wouldn’t score again until the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Kenny Huebner, left, cuts into a deer carcass as Shane Kuhn, center, and Jeff Kuhn prepare to assist Tuesday during Buck Fever Night at the Shawano County Highway Department shop.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Becky Betzner, left, who sells Watkins Home Sale Products locally, discusses some of the items available to hunters with Carol Schneider, chairperson of Buck Fever Night and secretary of the Shawano County Conservation Association. About 30 vendors participated in Buck Fever Night on Tuesday.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Buck Fever Night came with a new twist Tuesday. The event, held annually on the Tuesday prior to the opening of the gun deer season for roughly 40 years, is intended to get area residents in the mood for the nine-day hunt. While past events have focused primarily on the men who love to hunt,... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Lily Wurth, a second-grader at Hillcrest Primary School, and Idell Johnston, of Shawano, were the first match in the new Big Brothers Big Sisters-Shawano program.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
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Big Brothers Big Sisters-Shawano has made its first matches. The newly formed nonprofit organization, part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin, hopes to provide one-on-one mentoring for up to 50 youngsters ages 7 to 13 by next fall. Idell Johnston, of Shawano, was the first... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Gresham Community High School girls basketball coach Nick Yaeger draws up a play during a timeout Thursday in a game against White Lake in Gresham. Gresham won, 43-40.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Gresham Community High School sophomore Sydney Jensen takes a shot Thursday during a game against White Lake in Gresham. Gresham won, 43-40.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Brent Miller, left, talks about why he was interested in the county administrative coordinator position Wednesday during the Shawano County Board meeting as Supervisor Gene Hoppe, chairman of the Administrative Committee, listens.

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Bonduel High School senior Jen Dowden takes a shot during Tuesday’s season-opening game against Gillett in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-17.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Bonduel High School senior Jen Dowden blocks Gillett senior Rebecca Wolfe during the teams’ season-opening game Tuesday in Bonduel. Bonduel won, 67-17.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Kenny Huebner, left, cuts into a deer carcass as Shane Kuhn, center, and Jeff Kuhn prepare to assist Tuesday during Buck Fever Night at the Shawano County Highway Department shop.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Becky Betzner, left, who sells Watkins Home Sale Products locally, discusses some of the items available to hunters with Carol Schneider, chairperson of Buck Fever Night and secretary of the Shawano County Conservation Association. About 30 vendors participated in Buck Fever Night on Tuesday.

Contributed Photo Lily Wurth, a second-grader at Hillcrest Primary School, and Idell Johnston, of Shawano, were the first match in the new Big Brothers Big Sisters-Shawano program.

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The city of Shawano is planning $2.1 million worth of capital improvement projects and purchases as part of the 2015 budget adopted Wednesday by the Common Council. The biggest ticket projects are major street reconstructions, but the city is hoping to ease the financial burden of future... + continue reading
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Bonduel High School graduate Reba McClone narrowly missed becoming a national FFA officer at the organization’s convention in Louisville, Kentucky, earlier this month. McClone, a 2012 BHS graduate who attends the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a double major in life science and dairy... + continue reading
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Shawano police have logged dozens of complaints over the past week about snow not being cleared from city sidewalks. “There’s a lot of misinformation or people not realizing we have to keep our sidewalks clear of snow,” Chief Mark Kohl said. The Police Department is also asking people to... + continue reading
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Samantha Zaddack has survived a vampire attack and brought a dragon to life. She has inhabited tragic heroines and traveled across time and space. Such is the experience of a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater theater major. After four years and 12 productions, Zaddack, from Shawano, is... + continue reading
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Shawano property owners will see their overall taxes go down a bit in 2015 despite a slight increase in the city’s portion of the bill. The Shawano Common Council on Wednesday approved a budget for next year that calls for a 3 percent hike in the levy, from $4.5 million to $4.64 million. That... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Gresham Community High School girls basketball coach Nick Yaeger draws up a play during a timeout Thursday in a game against White Lake in Gresham. Gresham won, 43-40.
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The Gresham Community High School girls basketball team is in the W column for the first time since the 2012-13 season after taking down nonconference foe White Lake 43-40 in the season opener... + continue reading

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To the editor: I am writing today about the election for sheriff. Mr. Bieber said in an Aug. 9 article in The Shawano Leader that he is not there to save lives, and we are responsible for our... + continue reading

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Friday, 21/11/14
Samantha Zaddack has survived a vampire attack and brought a dragon to life. She has inhabited tragic heroines and traveled across time and space. Such is the experience of a University of... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt DINNER DANCE: Brinley Kowalkowski and Ashley Reuter, who both play tenor saxophones, serve dessert to Cole Reuter, left, and John Holtz at Shawano Community High School’s 23rd annual Dinner Dance performance Saturday at the school.
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt DINNER DANCE: Senior Threse Van Dyck performs her solo, “When I Fall in Love,” on the alto saxophone during the Shawano Community High School Dinner Dance Saturday night.
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