Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bowler’s Ezra Spencer, right, tries to knock the ball away from Tigerton’s Izaiah Hidde during Thursday’s Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division clash at Tigerton High School.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
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The goal for the Bowler boys basketball team was to get the ball into the paint and attack the Tigerton defense. Instead, riding the hot hand of junior Zach Fehrman from 3-point land, the Panthers built a comfortable lead behind their perimeter shooting before making it a priority to get into the... + continue reading

The Associated Press Rev. John Girotti, vicar for canonical services for the Diocese of Green Bay, left, discusses the release of names of priests accused of abuse Thursday at the Diocese of Green Bay offices in Allouez. At right is Bishop David L. Ricken and diocese chancellor Tammy Basten. The diocese has released the names of more than 40 clergy members with substantiated allegations they sexually abused a minor.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
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The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay has released a list of 46 priests accused of sexual abuse of a minor over a time span stretching back decades, including some who served in Shawano County and surrounding areas. The list comprises the names of incardinated priests of the diocese against whom... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Carol Ryczek Barrels line much of East Green Bay Street in Shawano as gas main repairs continue, but improvements may be coming soon.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Shawano drivers are hoping that We Energies will roll out the barrels — soon. Bright orange cones and barrels are lining long stretches of East Green Bay Street as We Energies replaces gas lines under the street. Scott Kroening, director of public works for the city of Shawano, said the city is... + continue reading

Photo by Grace Kirchner James Beggs will be retiring from the Clintonville Police Department on April 19. Beggs has been with the department for 44 years.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
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When Clintonville Police Chief James Beggs retires April 19, he will have worked for the police department for 44 years, making him the longest serving police officer in the department. Beggs was tapped to replace Terry Lorge as police chief when Lorge retired in April 2016. For more than 20... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Sara Podavini, right, works on technique with Gage Timm at the team’s Wednesday practice.
Friday, January 18, 2019
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Jetlyn Michonski has witnessed the reactions and heard the whispers plenty of times. When the Clintonville/Marion wrestler hits the mat, it’s not uncommon for her to get a perplexed look — and sometimes a smile — from her male opponent. It’s always a different range of emotions from the guys who... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bowler’s Ezra Spencer, right, tries to knock the ball away from Tigerton’s Izaiah Hidde during Thursday’s Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division clash at Tigerton High School.

The Associated Press Rev. John Girotti, vicar for canonical services for the Diocese of Green Bay, left, discusses the release of names of priests accused of abuse Thursday at the Diocese of Green Bay offices in Allouez. At right is Bishop David L. Ricken and diocese chancellor Tammy Basten. The diocese has released the names of more than 40 clergy members with substantiated allegations they sexually abused a minor.

Leader Photo by Carol Ryczek Barrels line much of East Green Bay Street in Shawano as gas main repairs continue, but improvements may be coming soon.

Photo by Grace Kirchner James Beggs will be retiring from the Clintonville Police Department on April 19. Beggs has been with the department for 44 years.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano’s Sara Podavini, right, works on technique with Gage Timm at the team’s Wednesday practice.

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The Associated Press Rev. John Girotti, vicar for canonical services for the Diocese of Green Bay, left, discusses the release of names of priests accused of abuse Thursday at the Diocese of Green Bay offices in Allouez. At right is Bishop David L. Ricken and diocese chancellor Tammy Basten. The diocese has released the names of more than 40 clergy members with substantiated allegations they sexually abused a minor.
Saturday, 19/01/19
The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay has released a list of 46 priests accused of sexual abuse of a minor over a time span stretching back decades, including some who served in Shawano County and surrounding areas. The list comprises the names of incardinated priests of the diocese against whom... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/01/19
A sexual abuse survivors support group is calling for a broader investigation of abuse claims against clergy after the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay released the names of 46 priests who had substantiated claims of abuse leveled against them over a span of decades. SNAP, the Survivors Network,... + continue reading
Saturday, 19/01/19
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin has released the results of elections held Wednesday and Thursday for three positions on the Menominee Tribal Legislature. Douglas Cox Sr., Pershing “Sport” Frechette, and Gunnar Peters were each elected to three-year terms. Cox, the current chairman,... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Carol Ryczek Barrels line much of East Green Bay Street in Shawano as gas main repairs continue, but improvements may be coming soon.
Saturday, 19/01/19
Shawano drivers are hoping that We Energies will roll out the barrels — soon. Bright orange cones and barrels are lining long stretches of East Green Bay Street as We Energies replaces gas lines under the street. Scott Kroening, director of public works for the city of Shawano, said the city is... + continue reading

Photo by Grace Kirchner James Beggs will be retiring from the Clintonville Police Department on April 19. Beggs has been with the department for 44 years.
Saturday, 19/01/19
When Clintonville Police Chief James Beggs retires April 19, he will have worked for the police department for 44 years, making him the longest serving police officer in the department. Beggs was tapped to replace Terry Lorge as police chief when Lorge retired in April 2016. For more than 20... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bowler’s Ezra Spencer, right, tries to knock the ball away from Tigerton’s Izaiah Hidde during Thursday’s Central Wisconsin Conference-North Division clash at Tigerton High School.
Saturday, 19/01/19
The goal for the Bowler boys basketball team was to get the ball into the paint and attack the Tigerton defense. Instead, riding the hot hand of junior Zach Fehrman from 3-point land, the Panthers... + continue reading

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Saturday, 19/01/19
There’s really no love lost between U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Donald Trump, especially as the federal government shutdown approaches a full month. However, I couldn’t help but... + continue reading
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Saturday, 19/01/19
The seventh annual Menominee Indian School District Scholarship Gala will take place on March 29 at the Menominee Casino... + continue reading

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