Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Menominee’s Anthony Corn takes a swing at a pitch during a Class A Clintonville Regional game against Bonduel on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Marion/Tigerton’s Zach Fehrman delivers a pitch during a Class A Clintonville Regional game against Clintonville on Thursday.
Friday, July 19, 2019
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The Bonduel and Clintonville Legion baseball teams each earned wins on the first day of the Class A Clintonville Regional on Thursday. Bonduel overcame an early 2-0 deficit and knocked off Menominee 9-2. Clintonville held off Marion/Tigerton, claiming a 7-5 win in the final game of the first day... + continue reading
Friday, July 19, 2019
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A temporary ban on credit and debit cards meant business was “a lot slower” at The Store, a gas station and convenience store at 404 E. Green Bay St., Shawano, said cashier Rachel Ebert, right. She handled a cash transaction from Leslie Jarchow during the internet/telecommunications outage in... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Cam Gardner, WE Energies lead lineman, holds the osprey chick as The Feather’s Mike Young attaches a band to its leg. The band was added before the chick was returned to its nest at the Shawano Lake Golf Club on Thursday.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
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An osprey chick played through at the Shawano Lake Golf Club on Thursday and found itself safely perched high above the course, next to its nest mate, with its parents circling nearby. The bird was returned to its nest on a platform at electric-pole height, thanks to the efforts of the Shawano... + continue reading

Photo by David Wilhelms Patrick Bergner, Shawano water and sewer foreman, guides a group of high school students from the Menominee Indian, Gresham and Shawano school districts on a July 11 tour of the city’s water system. The students are part of a Sustainability Leadership Cohort through the College of Menominee Nation.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Residents of Shawano use about 1.5 million gallons of water daily and there’s a lot that goes on before the turn of the tap. The city’s water supply comes from four groundwater wells drilled in Cambrian sandstone, said Patrick Bergner, Shawano’s water and sewer foreman. The city distributes and... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Racing for a Reason donation items filled up the Shawano Speedway office area on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A replica of Shawano Speedway, created by Olson Designs, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A toy box, donated by Sawyer Haese, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday. Sawyer’s mother, Terri, once served as Reed Luepke’s nurse.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
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Shawano Speedway will hosts its ninth Racing for a Reason night on Saturday. The event was started back in 2011 as the speedway’s marketing, promotions and operations manager Brad Luepke’s son, Reed, was battling leukemia. Reed defeated cancer in 2012, but that didn’t stop Racing for a Reason... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Menominee’s Anthony Corn takes a swing at a pitch during a Class A Clintonville Regional game against Bonduel on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Marion/Tigerton’s Zach Fehrman delivers a pitch during a Class A Clintonville Regional game against Clintonville on Thursday.

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Cam Gardner, WE Energies lead lineman, holds the osprey chick as The Feather’s Mike Young attaches a band to its leg. The band was added before the chick was returned to its nest at the Shawano Lake Golf Club on Thursday.

Photo by David Wilhelms Patrick Bergner, Shawano water and sewer foreman, guides a group of high school students from the Menominee Indian, Gresham and Shawano school districts on a July 11 tour of the city’s water system. The students are part of a Sustainability Leadership Cohort through the College of Menominee Nation.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Racing for a Reason donation items filled up the Shawano Speedway office area on Thursday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A replica of Shawano Speedway, created by Olson Designs, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A toy box, donated by Sawyer Haese, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday. Sawyer’s mother, Terri, once served as Reed Luepke’s nurse.

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Friday, 19/07/19
A temporary ban on credit and debit cards meant business was “a lot slower” at The Store, a gas station and convenience store at 404 E. Green Bay St., Shawano, said cashier Rachel Ebert, right. She handled a cash transaction from Leslie Jarchow during the internet/telecommunications outage in... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Cam Gardner, WE Energies lead lineman, holds the osprey chick as The Feather’s Mike Young attaches a band to its leg. The band was added before the chick was returned to its nest at the Shawano Lake Golf Club on Thursday.
Thursday, 18/07/19
An osprey chick played through at the Shawano Lake Golf Club on Thursday and found itself safely perched high above the course, next to its nest mate, with its parents circling nearby. The bird was returned to its nest on a platform at electric-pole height, thanks to the efforts of the Shawano... + continue reading

Cliff Powers
Thursday, 18/07/19
Clifford Anthony Powers, a long-time public official in the Town of Angelica, Pulaski School District, farm organizations and the Shawano County Board died July 13 at Forest Glen in Seymour. He was 85. Rich Ferfecki, current Town of Angelica chair and county board member, remembers Powers as... + continue reading

Photo by David Wilhelms Patrick Bergner, Shawano water and sewer foreman, guides a group of high school students from the Menominee Indian, Gresham and Shawano school districts on a July 11 tour of the city’s water system. The students are part of a Sustainability Leadership Cohort through the College of Menominee Nation.
Thursday, 18/07/19
Residents of Shawano use about 1.5 million gallons of water daily and there’s a lot that goes on before the turn of the tap. The city’s water supply comes from four groundwater wells drilled in Cambrian sandstone, said Patrick Bergner, Shawano’s water and sewer foreman. The city distributes and... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Edi Cornelius-Grosskopf, center, signs a book while standing between Holly Zander and Dan Labby during a presentation she gave on “Traveling Home: Blessed by Spirit Songs” on Saturday at Beans and Books in Shawano. The author is working on providing a comprehensive look into Oneida history and culture with the book.
Wednesday, 17/07/19
Shawano resident Edi Cornelius-Grosskopf was told stories by her mother about a journey to Indian boarding schools and the return back home to Wisconsin, and she never forgot them. Cornelius-Grosskopf knew from the time that she was young that she wanted to put her mother’s history into some... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Menominee’s Anthony Corn takes a swing at a pitch during a Class A Clintonville Regional game against Bonduel on Thursday.
Friday, 19/07/19
The Bonduel and Clintonville Legion baseball teams each earned wins on the first day of the Class A Clintonville Regional on Thursday. Bonduel overcame an early 2-0 deficit and knocked off... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Racing for a Reason donation items filled up the Shawano Speedway office area on Thursday.
,

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A replica of Shawano Speedway, created by Olson Designs, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday.
,

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode A toy box, donated by Sawyer Haese, is one of the items that will be available during the speedway’s Racing for a Reason event on Saturday. Sawyer’s mother, Terri, once served as Reed Luepke’s nurse.
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Thursday, 18/07/19
What the heck are range eggs, and why would they be free? That question bothered me for weeks as I passed a hobby farm on a commute to a previous job. The operation displayed a huge sign:... + continue reading

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Thursday, 27/06/19
Bonduel Elementary School’s early childhood education program will be offering 3-year-old preschool instruction for the 2019-20 school year. Because a limited number of students are allowed,... + continue reading

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