Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Jacob Banker tries to break a tackle during the Bears’ 19-7 victory over Peshtigo. Banker finished the game with 68 rushing yards on 18 carries.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School defenders Wyatt Erb (25) and Seth Matz (77) chase down Peshtigo quarterback Justin Thill in the first half of Bonduel’s 19-7 victory Friday.
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On four occasions, the Bonduel defense recorded red zone turnovers to preserve the Bears’ lead in a 19-7 victory over Peshtigo in a nonconference matchup Friday at home. With BHS holding a 13-7 lead with five minutes left in the second quarter, sophomore Isaac Garside picked off Peshtigo... + continue reading

Photo by Jen Kadonsky Shawano Community High School running back Connor Klish attempts to find a hole in the Menasha defense during the Hawks’ 49-21 loss at home Friday night.
Saturday, August 27, 2016
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A stout Menasha defense forced five punts and one interception in the second half, keeping host Shawano out of the red zone on six straight drives in a 49-21 win Friday. The Hawks (1-1, 0-1 Bay Conference) fell behind by 14 in the first quarter, then kept pace with Menasha (2-0, 2-0 Bay) but... + continue reading

Contributed Illustration This rendering shows a retail center being developed by the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe on state Highway 22 in Belle Plaine. Groundbreaking is scheduled for Friday.
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The Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe will break ground Friday for a 12,000-square-foot retail center on state Highway 22 in the town of Belle Plaine. The tribe said the $1.3 million project is aimed at spurring growth throughout the area. “As the largest employer in Shawano County, the Stockbridge-... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Dan Zernicke is the chairman of the 4-H livestock committee.
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Dan Zernicke is chairman of the 4-H livestock committee. He was born and raised in the town of Lessor, graduating from Bonduel High School. Zernicke attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison for two years, earning an associate degree in meat, animal poultry science and dairy herd management.... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Police Lt. Dan Mauel takes questions from residents during the inaugural meeting of a new neighborhood watch group at a home in the 200 block of South Franklin Street on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Sue Scheinert, one of the organizers of a new neighborhood watch group, talks with fellow residents of the area during the group’s inaugural meeting Thursday at a home in the 200 block of South Franklin Street.
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It was word of a convicted sex offender wanting to move into the South Franklin Street neighborhood that spurred Sue Scheinert and Joyce Kotschi into action. They rallied about a dozen neighbors to attend a meeting of the Sexual Offenders Appeal Board at City Hall to protest. “I did not want... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Jacob Banker tries to break a tackle during the Bears’ 19-7 victory over Peshtigo. Banker finished the game with 68 rushing yards on 18 carries.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School defenders Wyatt Erb (25) and Seth Matz (77) chase down Peshtigo quarterback Justin Thill in the first half of Bonduel’s 19-7 victory Friday.

Photo by Jen Kadonsky Shawano Community High School running back Connor Klish attempts to find a hole in the Menasha defense during the Hawks’ 49-21 loss at home Friday night.

Contributed Illustration This rendering shows a retail center being developed by the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe on state Highway 22 in Belle Plaine. Groundbreaking is scheduled for Friday.

Photo by Carol Wagner Dan Zernicke is the chairman of the 4-H livestock committee.

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Police Lt. Dan Mauel takes questions from residents during the inaugural meeting of a new neighborhood watch group at a home in the 200 block of South Franklin Street on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Sue Scheinert, one of the organizers of a new neighborhood watch group, talks with fellow residents of the area during the group’s inaugural meeting Thursday at a home in the 200 block of South Franklin Street.

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Aaron Rodgers made the most of his only appearance of the preseason, throwing a touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the Green Bay Packers' 21-10 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Friday night. Colin Kaepernick did not fare as well as he looked extremely rusty in his first game action since... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams A dog available for adoption greets visitors Friday inside the Shawano County Humane Society, which reopened after an illness outbreak prompted the facility’s closure.
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The Shawano County Humane Society is returning to normal after an illness outbreak affected many dogs and forced the facility to close its doors temporarily. Officials said the humane society’s animal shelter suffered an outbreak of “kennel cough,” a contagious respiratory illness that spread... + continue reading
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The Shawano Redevelopment Authority met Friday to discuss its plans for a public workshop Tuesday at City Hall, where officials are hoping to assuage concerns and address what they fear is misinformation about the RDA’s blight redevelopment district. Some property owners have already expressed... + continue reading
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New business development could be coming soon to a high-profile location across from the drive-in movie theater on Shawano’s east side. Romenesko Developments Inc., based in Appleton, has purchased the former North Country Homes headquarters property with hopes of drawing new commercial activity... + continue reading

Contributed Illustration This rendering shows a retail center being developed by the Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe on state Highway 22 in Belle Plaine. Groundbreaking is scheduled for Friday.
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The Stockbridge-Munsee Tribe will break ground Friday for a 12,000-square-foot retail center on state Highway 22 in the town of Belle Plaine. The tribe said the $1.3 million project is aimed at spurring growth throughout the area. “As the largest employer in Shawano County, the Stockbridge-... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Bonduel High School junior Jacob Banker tries to break a tackle during the Bears’ 19-7 victory over Peshtigo. Banker finished the game with 68 rushing yards on 18 carries.
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On four occasions, the Bonduel defense recorded red zone turnovers to preserve the Bears’ lead in a 19-7 victory over Peshtigo in a nonconference matchup Friday at home. With BHS holding a 13-7... + continue reading

Photo by Jen Kadonsky Shawano Community High School running back Connor Klish attempts to find a hole in the Menasha defense during the Hawks’ 49-21 loss at home Friday night.
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Where did laughter go? Sometimes we take life way too seriously. Unfortunately, it has become common for people to run through life with such speed that there is no time to laugh. I recently read... + continue reading

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Stacey Dickmann has joined the teaching staff at Sacred Heart Catholic School of Shawano and will oversee the 3-year-old preschool program, Little Blessings. Little Blessings runs from 8:05-11 a.m... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski The Cat in the Hat, played by Trevor Pedersen, holds a cartoon voice bubble as Jojo, played by Allissa Tilleson, makes the sound that allows the outside world to realize there’s a civilization of Whos on a speck of dust during a scene from “Seussical the Musical.” The show starts its three-night run Thursday at Bonduel High School’s Sousa Hall.
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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski The Sour Kangaroo, played by Kendra Verhasselt, denounces Horton and declares he should be locked away during a trial in “Seussical the Musical.” The show features a variety of Dr. Seuss stories suitable for all ages.
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