Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Chef Francisco Alegria speaks with visitors to the Menikanaehkem booth on May 18 at Menominee Indian High School. Alegria demonstrated how to make an indigenous acorn squash dish that is healthy and organic.
Friday, May 24, 2019
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Good health through good eating is one of the focuses of the Menominee Tribal Department of Agriculture and Food System (DAFS). To that end, the department brought professional Menominee chef Francisco Alegria out recently to the Gathering of Warriors Pow Wow in Keshena to talk with tribal... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Hailey Weishoff, 4, places a flag at the gravesite of a Shawano veteran as her brother Blake, 8, races toward another grave. Their father, Justin Weishoff carries bundles of flags in the background. The family was at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Thursday to get the graves ready for the Memorial Day ceremony on Monday. In Shawano, a parade begins at Huckleberry Harbor at 9:30 a.m. and the cemetery services begins at Woodlawn at 10 a.m.
Friday, May 24, 2019
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Blake Weishoff was on the verge of dropping one of his bundles of American flags, but caught it just in time. “Whew,” he said, relieved. “That’s no way to treat an American flag.” Blake, who was carrying bundles of flags with his father, Justin Weishoff, sister Hailey Weishoff and grandmother... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Klint Hischke, right, who manages the greenhouse and teaches science at Menominee Indian High School, shows the roots on a bed of lettuce grown via aquaponics to, from left, Dale Kaquatosh, Rich Annamitta, Fay Annamitta and Glenda Kaquatosh, during an open house for the high school’s new greenhouse. Hischke is hoping to grow trees, wild rice and tobacco in the greenhouse in the future.
Friday, May 24, 2019
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Run out of vegetables for the salad? Menominee Indian High School might be able to help with that. Need some fish for Fridays during Lent — or any other time of year? The school has those, too. With the help of a brand new greenhouse built on the north side of the school, the students are in... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Tori DePerry competes in the high jump at Thursday’s Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional in Weston. DePerry took second after clearing 5-1 to qualify for state.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Michael Klement competes in the pole vault at Thursday’s Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional in Weston. Klement finished third after clearing 13-0 to earn a spot at state.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
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From senior Tori DePerry and junior Michael Klement each qualifying for the state meet to several other individuals and relay teams posting record-breaking times, the Shawano Community High School track and field team had a memorable night competing in the Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional at D.C.... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Bonduel senior Joey Wagester takes a swing in the team’s game against Amherst on May 7.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Athlete: Joey Wagester Sport: Baseball School: Bonduel High School Year: Senior It’s rare for a baseball player to be able to throw a no-hitter and deliver a walk-off hit during their entire high school career. Bonduel senior Joey Wagester accomplished both feats in less than a week... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Chef Francisco Alegria speaks with visitors to the Menikanaehkem booth on May 18 at Menominee Indian High School. Alegria demonstrated how to make an indigenous acorn squash dish that is healthy and organic.

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Hailey Weishoff, 4, places a flag at the gravesite of a Shawano veteran as her brother Blake, 8, races toward another grave. Their father, Justin Weishoff carries bundles of flags in the background. The family was at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Thursday to get the graves ready for the Memorial Day ceremony on Monday. In Shawano, a parade begins at Huckleberry Harbor at 9:30 a.m. and the cemetery services begins at Woodlawn at 10 a.m.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Klint Hischke, right, who manages the greenhouse and teaches science at Menominee Indian High School, shows the roots on a bed of lettuce grown via aquaponics to, from left, Dale Kaquatosh, Rich Annamitta, Fay Annamitta and Glenda Kaquatosh, during an open house for the high school’s new greenhouse. Hischke is hoping to grow trees, wild rice and tobacco in the greenhouse in the future.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Tori DePerry competes in the high jump at Thursday’s Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional in Weston. DePerry took second after clearing 5-1 to qualify for state.
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Michael Klement competes in the pole vault at Thursday’s Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional in Weston. Klement finished third after clearing 13-0 to earn a spot at state.

Contributed Photo Bonduel senior Joey Wagester takes a swing in the team’s game against Amherst on May 7.

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Chef Francisco Alegria speaks with visitors to the Menikanaehkem booth on May 18 at Menominee Indian High School. Alegria demonstrated how to make an indigenous acorn squash dish that is healthy and organic.
Friday, 24/05/19
Good health through good eating is one of the focuses of the Menominee Tribal Department of Agriculture and Food System (DAFS). To that end, the department brought professional Menominee chef Francisco Alegria out recently to the Gathering of Warriors Pow Wow in Keshena to talk with tribal... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Hailey Weishoff, 4, places a flag at the gravesite of a Shawano veteran as her brother Blake, 8, races toward another grave. Their father, Justin Weishoff carries bundles of flags in the background. The family was at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Shawano on Thursday to get the graves ready for the Memorial Day ceremony on Monday. In Shawano, a parade begins at Huckleberry Harbor at 9:30 a.m. and the cemetery services begins at Woodlawn at 10 a.m.
Friday, 24/05/19
Blake Weishoff was on the verge of dropping one of his bundles of American flags, but caught it just in time. “Whew,” he said, relieved. “That’s no way to treat an American flag.” Blake, who was carrying bundles of flags with his father, Justin Weishoff, sister Hailey Weishoff and grandmother... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Klint Hischke, right, who manages the greenhouse and teaches science at Menominee Indian High School, shows the roots on a bed of lettuce grown via aquaponics to, from left, Dale Kaquatosh, Rich Annamitta, Fay Annamitta and Glenda Kaquatosh, during an open house for the high school’s new greenhouse. Hischke is hoping to grow trees, wild rice and tobacco in the greenhouse in the future.
Friday, 24/05/19
Run out of vegetables for the salad? Menominee Indian High School might be able to help with that. Need some fish for Fridays during Lent — or any other time of year? The school has those, too. With the help of a brand new greenhouse built on the north side of the school, the students are in... + continue reading
Wednesday, 22/05/19
An argument over money escalated into a physical altercation and ultimately a stabbing in the town of Bartelme on Sunday, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday. Two people are facing multiple felony charges in connection with the incident. Crystal M. Malone, 34, and John J.... + continue reading
Wednesday, 22/05/19
The Shawano School Board voted Wednesday to hire consultants with the Wisconsin Association of School Boards to conduct a search for a new superintendent. Current Superintendent Gary Cumberland will be retiring from the public school system Aug. 31 and taking a position with Sacred Heart... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Tori DePerry competes in the high jump at Thursday’s Division 1 D.C. Everest Sectional in Weston. DePerry took second after clearing 5-1 to qualify for state.
Thursday, 23/05/19
From senior Tori DePerry and junior Michael Klement each qualifying for the state meet to several other individuals and relay teams posting record-breaking times, the Shawano Community High School... + continue reading

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Friday, 24/05/19
Many of us know the first few caveats of the First Amendment for the United States Constitution — freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion. However, the last part of the amendment... + continue reading

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Friday, 24/05/19
The Menominee Indian School District will once again offer a free summer food service program at the Keshena Primary School cafeteria. The program, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Klint Hischke, right, who manages the greenhouse and teaches science at Menominee Indian High School, shows the roots on a bed of lettuce grown via aquaponics to, from left, Dale Kaquatosh, Rich Annamitta, Fay Annamitta and Glenda Kaquatosh, during an open house for the high school’s new greenhouse. Hischke is hoping to grow trees, wild rice and tobacco in the greenhouse in the future.
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