Contributed Photo Mackenzie Buss, who just finished her junior year at the University of Louisville, first swam at the Olympic trials at the age of 17. She believes she will still be nervous Monday morning for the 100 backstroke prelims at the 2016 trials.
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Contributed Photo Shawano Community High School graduate Mackenzie Buss will compete in her second U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100-meter backstroke Monday in Omaha, Nebraska.
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It has been a long road for Mackenzie Buss, a 2013 graduate of Shawano Community High School who will compete in her second U.S. Olympic trials Monday in Omaha, Nebraska. Buss, who holds three SCHS swim records — the 100 backstroke, 100 butterfly and 100 individual medley — was determined to win... + continue reading

Photo by Curt Knoke Len Pubanz, right, uses an oversized plastic foam puzzle to illustrate the lessons of geometry, and recently he produced 30 tabletop-sized puzzles for students at Olga Brener Intermediate School in Shawano.
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Editor’s note: This is another in a monthly series of articles celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Shawano Area Community Foundation. For any student who has struggled with geometry, Len Pubanz has a way to simplify the puzzling subject. The former Shawano Community High School teacher... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner The Shawano Area Quilters and the Shawano City-County Library are helping each other with quilting lessons at the library. Left to right are Mary Allbaugh, quilt guild president, Bonnie Splitt, chairperson of the quilt outreach committee, and Wendy Rosenow, technical services library assistant.
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The Shawano City-County Library and a local quilters group have formed an innovative partnership to bring quilting classes to the library. The effort was led by Bonnie Splitt, a member of the Shawano Area Quilters and chairperson of the outreach committee, Mary Allbaugh, quilt guild president,... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano American Legion catcher Kasey Kristof keeps New London from crossing the plate after an error in the first inning.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano American Legion pitcher Nate Laude fields a ground ball after getting hit with a line drive in the first inning of a 7-1 loss to New London at home Thursday. Laude pitched a complete game and allowed three earned runs.
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Early defensive errors by Shawano and an aggressive mindset at the plate for visiting New London resulted in a 7-1 Shawano loss Thursday in Fox River Valley Legion West Division play. The Patriots committed four errors in the game, accounting for four unearned runs for New London, which scored... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Scott Williams Pastor Paul Kuehn stands alongside the new $100,000 organ that will be highlighted during Sunday’s special anniversary celebration.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams Located at Main Street and Northridge Drive, Divine Savior Lutheran Church started with 14 members and today has a congregation of about 200.
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Divine Savior Lutheran Church in Shawano is celebrating its 50-year anniversary with a public event Sunday featuring the church’s new organ. The church at 102 Northridge Drive along Main Street will welcome back former pastors and is inviting the general public to an event billed as a “... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Mackenzie Buss, who just finished her junior year at the University of Louisville, first swam at the Olympic trials at the age of 17. She believes she will still be nervous Monday morning for the 100 backstroke prelims at the 2016 trials.
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Contributed Photo Shawano Community High School graduate Mackenzie Buss will compete in her second U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100-meter backstroke Monday in Omaha, Nebraska.

Photo by Curt Knoke Len Pubanz, right, uses an oversized plastic foam puzzle to illustrate the lessons of geometry, and recently he produced 30 tabletop-sized puzzles for students at Olga Brener Intermediate School in Shawano.

Photo by Carol Wagner The Shawano Area Quilters and the Shawano City-County Library are helping each other with quilting lessons at the library. Left to right are Mary Allbaugh, quilt guild president, Bonnie Splitt, chairperson of the quilt outreach committee, and Wendy Rosenow, technical services library assistant.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano American Legion catcher Kasey Kristof keeps New London from crossing the plate after an error in the first inning.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano American Legion pitcher Nate Laude fields a ground ball after getting hit with a line drive in the first inning of a 7-1 loss to New London at home Thursday. Laude pitched a complete game and allowed three earned runs.

Leader Photo by Scott Williams Pastor Paul Kuehn stands alongside the new $100,000 organ that will be highlighted during Sunday’s special anniversary celebration.
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Leader Photo by Scott Williams Located at Main Street and Northridge Drive, Divine Savior Lutheran Church started with 14 members and today has a congregation of about 200.

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Photo by Curt Knoke Len Pubanz, right, uses an oversized plastic foam puzzle to illustrate the lessons of geometry, and recently he produced 30 tabletop-sized puzzles for students at Olga Brener Intermediate School in Shawano.
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Editor’s note: This is another in a monthly series of articles celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Shawano Area Community Foundation. For any student who has struggled with geometry, Len Pubanz has a way to simplify the puzzling subject. The former Shawano Community High School teacher... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner Sean Shively, center, will join the automotive program at Milwaukee Area Technical College in the fall. He earned $12,000 in scholarships and awards with the help of his employer, Jeff Roloff, right, president of Shawano Auto Sales, and Jeremy Hodkiewicz, Shawano Community High School automotive teacher.
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Everything is in alignment for Sean Shively. The 2016 Shawano Community High School graduate will continue his education in the automotive program at Milwaukee Area Technical College in September. He got there with help from Jeff Roloff, president of Shawano Auto Sales, and Jeremy Hodkiewicz... + continue reading
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Shawano Pathways’ fourth annual Bike the Barn Quilts Ride will take place Sept. 24 and, for the first time, will include 5 and 10k run/walks. All events are designed to be recreational and family friendly. All skill levels are encouraged to participate. The 70- and 40-mile rides begin at 8 a.... + continue reading
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The city of Clintonville will participate in a voter registration drive that will be held in over 40 Wisconsin municipalities on Tuesday. Communities in over 20 counties will have extended hours and additional staff to accommodate residents who either need to register or to update their... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski These are some of the cows visitors will get to see on Sunday at the Bonnin Family Farm during the 33rd annual Brunch on the Farm, sponsored by the Shawano County Farm Bureau. Farm tours will be one of many activities visitors can participate in.
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Kevin Bonnin is proud to still operate a farm that thrives on the sweat and determination of his family. He’ll get the chance to show off the farm started by his family in 1957 when he hosts the 33rd annual Shawano County Brunch on the Farm on Sunday. With the help of dozens of volunteers,... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Brad Keuschel, left, and Eric Gran, right, help stabilize adaptive skier Ben Kosbob on the Wolf River as part of the Shawano Ski Sharks adaptive learn-to-ski event Friday.
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Dave Passehl and the Shawano Ski Sharks held their biggest, and final, adaptive ski class of the season Friday at the Wolf River Beach at Smalley Park on Friday afternoon. With 21 adaptive skiers... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Mackenzie Buss, who just finished her junior year at the University of Louisville, first swam at the Olympic trials at the age of 17. She believes she will still be nervous Monday morning for the 100 backstroke prelims at the 2016 trials.
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Contributed Photo Shawano Community High School graduate Mackenzie Buss will compete in her second U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100-meter backstroke Monday in Omaha, Nebraska.
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I lived on the corner of Lieg and Evergreen street (Pete Moesch family lives there now) until I was 5. Then we moved to Marion, where I spent my school years. The population sign was right down the... + continue reading

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Contributed Photo Vern Dahlstrom, representing the Nicolet Oconto Retired Teachers Association, presents the organization’s Gillett Educator of Excellence Award for 2015-16 to Brenda Hansen, of Shawano. Hansen teaches third grade in the Gillett School District.
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Brenda Hansen, of Shawano, recently received the 2015-16 Educator of Excellence Award for the Gillett School District. The award is sponsored by the Nicolet Oconto Retired Teachers Association.... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Pupil services director Karen Smith, right, gets ready to hug pupil services secretary Kathryn Westfahl, who is retiring after 15 years of service in the Shawano School District.
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Contributed Photo Retiring after 29 years in the school district, Mart Grams, left, a social studies teacher at Shawano Community High School, shares a light moment with School Superintendent Gary Cumberland.
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