Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Shawano Community High School senior Dylan Hintz (50) tackles Oconto Falls running back Samuel Konitzer during Friday’s Bay Conference game at SCHS. Shawano won, 43-14.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Shawano Community High School senior quarterback Cole Huntington (7) runs a read-option play during a Bay Conference game against Oconto Falls on Friday at SCHS. Huntington rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another, and Shawano won 43-14.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
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It started as a bad sequence. Down 6-3 against Bay Conference foe Oconto Falls in the second quarter Friday, the Shawano Community High School football team committed four straight penalties to face second-and-47. When senior receiver Zack Sousek reeled off a 16-yard run and no flags flew, the... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Community Service Officer Chris Eggerts makes his way into the crosswalk on East Green Bay Street on Friday to see whether traffic will stop for him during an enforcement effort aimed at getting motorists to be aware of pedestrians.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Police Lt. Mike Musolff displays a copy of the state statute handed out to motorists during a traffic enforcement effort Friday mandating that drivers stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.
Friday, September 19, 2014
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Shawano police pulled over 13 motorists over the course of about 90 minutes Friday morning during an enhanced enforcement effort at two of the city’s pedestrian crosswalks. The drivers got off with warnings this time around, but most were apparently surprised to learn they’d broken the law. They... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Shawano Area Matthew 25 held a bake sale at the Shawano Farmers Market. Left to right are Nancy Schultz, Connie Sommer, Peggy Garefino and Muffy Culhane.
Friday, September 19, 2014
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Just because you might not see them on the street doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Statistics show that one in nine people in Shawano County and one in four people in Menominee County live in poverty, and 198 families are homeless. The group, Shawano Area Matthew 25, was formed to help, referring... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Ray Koukari takes care of the Shawano United Methodist Church food stand at Green Bay Packers games. He is standing by the stained glass window in the church that he and his late wife, Audrey, sponsored.
Friday, September 19, 2014
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Ray Koukari, a member of the Shawano United Methodist Church, takes care of the church’s concession stand at Green Bay Packers games. He was born in Superior and moved to Milwaukee when World War II started. After graduating from South Division High School, he joined the Army for three years,... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Sophomore Emme Quandt swims the 100-yard butterfly for the Shawano/Bonduel girls swim team Thursday against Sturgeon Bay at Shawano Community High School. Quandt took first in the event, and Shawano/Bonduel won, 96-73.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Senior Ali Hanson swims the 100-yard freestyle for the Shawano/Bonduel girls swim team Thursday against Sturgeon Bay at Shawano Community High School. Hanson won the event and Shawano/Bonduel beat Sturgeon Bay, 96-73.
Friday, September 19, 2014
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The Shawano/Bonduel high school girls swim team might have gotten off on the wrong foot Thursday against defending Bay Conference champion Sturgeon Bay, but the Hawks finished strong to earn a 96-72 victory at home. “Last year, we lost to them by nine points,” Shawano/Bonduel coach Sharon Hanson... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Shawano Community High School senior Dylan Hintz (50) tackles Oconto Falls running back Samuel Konitzer during Friday’s Bay Conference game at SCHS. Shawano won, 43-14.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Shawano Community High School senior quarterback Cole Huntington (7) runs a read-option play during a Bay Conference game against Oconto Falls on Friday at SCHS. Huntington rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another, and Shawano won 43-14.

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Community Service Officer Chris Eggerts makes his way into the crosswalk on East Green Bay Street on Friday to see whether traffic will stop for him during an enforcement effort aimed at getting motorists to be aware of pedestrians.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Police Lt. Mike Musolff displays a copy of the state statute handed out to motorists during a traffic enforcement effort Friday mandating that drivers stop for pedestrians in crosswalks.

Photo by Carol Wagner Shawano Area Matthew 25 held a bake sale at the Shawano Farmers Market. Left to right are Nancy Schultz, Connie Sommer, Peggy Garefino and Muffy Culhane.

Photo by Carol Wagner Ray Koukari takes care of the Shawano United Methodist Church food stand at Green Bay Packers games. He is standing by the stained glass window in the church that he and his late wife, Audrey, sponsored.

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Sophomore Emme Quandt swims the 100-yard butterfly for the Shawano/Bonduel girls swim team Thursday against Sturgeon Bay at Shawano Community High School. Quandt took first in the event, and Shawano/Bonduel won, 96-73.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Senior Ali Hanson swims the 100-yard freestyle for the Shawano/Bonduel girls swim team Thursday against Sturgeon Bay at Shawano Community High School. Hanson won the event and Shawano/Bonduel beat Sturgeon Bay, 96-73.

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Two people were assaulted by masked intruders during a home invasion in the city early Saturday, according to the Shawano Police Department. Police responded shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday to a report of masked individuals carrying weapons breaking into a residence in the 800 block of Olson... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Shawano Community Service Officer Chris Eggerts makes his way into the crosswalk on East Green Bay Street on Friday to see whether traffic will stop for him during an enforcement effort aimed at getting motorists to be aware of pedestrians.
Friday, 19/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
Shawano police pulled over 13 motorists over the course of about 90 minutes Friday morning during an enhanced enforcement effort at two of the city’s pedestrian crosswalks. The drivers got off with warnings this time around, but most were apparently surprised to learn they’d broken the law. They... + continue reading
Friday, 19/09/14 - 0 comment(s)
Shawano County residents will get to hear first-hand accounts of the devastating effects of heroin from two recovering addicts next week. Rise Together, a recovery advocacy group, will make presentations at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at North Star Casino, W12180 County Road A, Bowler; 11:30 a.m.... + continue reading
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Area residents are invited to share their thoughts about the major health concerns facing Shawano and Menominee counties at a meeting Tuesday with public health officials. The Community Health Improvement Plan meeting is part of a community health assessment conducted every five years. A session... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Troy Porter of Porter’s Patch is ready for Farmtoberfest, which features fall family farm fun.
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Troy Porter, owner of Porter’s Patch, says “fall family farm fun” is the best way to describe Farmtoberfest, a weekend offering through October at the farm located east of Navarino. Activities at Porter’s Patch have changed over the years, said Porter, who took over the family business eight... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz Shawano Community High School senior Dylan Hintz (50) tackles Oconto Falls running back Samuel Konitzer during Friday’s Bay Conference game at SCHS. Shawano won, 43-14.
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It started as a bad sequence. Down 6-3 against Bay Conference foe Oconto Falls in the second quarter Friday, the Shawano Community High School football team committed four straight penalties to... + continue reading

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To the editor: On Saturday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m., a very interesting and unique music program will be featured at the Mielke Arts Center. Vocal Tapestry is a group of singers from the University... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 17/09/14
Gresham Community School FFA had a meeting/steak fry in Jeff Zobeck’s room Monday. Dues were paid — $15 for a membership and $25 for a membership and T-shirt. The meeting’s goal was to recruit new... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Jason Arndt College of Menominee Nation professor Lisa Bosman describes the college’s NASA-funded solar energy project during a tour attended by more than two dozen people Monday. The tour was preceded by a lecture by Bosman about the project and how the information will be used in real-world situations.
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Leader Photo by Jason Arndt College of Menominee Nation’s Trades Building has a grid of 60 solar panels atop the roof. The panels convert sunlight to direct current electricity.
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