Leader photo by Morgan Rode Clintonville players go through drills during Wednesday’s practice in preparation for Thursday’s season opener.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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When any team brings in a new coach, most people expect ups and downs in the first year as the coach often needs time to implement their scheme. Tom Burkhalter, who enters his first season as the Clintonville football head coach, has the luxury of having a bevy of experienced players at his... + continue reading

Photo by Charles Collier Dorothy Zerbe, left, plays a duet with Bonnie Bell during the 40th annual Shawano Folk Music Festival. The two had met a handful of days before the festival and, at Zerbe’s request during Back To Shawano Part II on Sunday, Bell joined her friend on the unplugged Shawano stage.
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Dozens of musicians from around the world were scattered throughout the wooded trails of Mielke Park in Shawano last weekend, all taking their respective stages in the 40th annual Shawano Folk Music Festival. The festival has always been a celebration of folk music and the kinship it entails,... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Wittenberg-Birnamwood is coming off a 6-4 season and fourth place finish in the CWC-Large.
Saturday, August 11, 2018
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The Wittenberg-Birnamwood football team is coming off one of its best seasons in recent memory. The Chargers posted a 6-4 record, including a fourth place finish in the tough Central Wisconsin Conference-Large Division. The 4-3 record within the division helped Wittenberg-Birnamwood snag its... + continue reading

Photo by Grace Kirchner The blueberries are big, blue and ripe, according to Moni Jarvais of Blueberry Haven, located on County Road XX, southeast of Clintonville.
Saturday, August 11, 2018
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Moni Jarvais has made a lot of decisions over the years with regard to her family-owned business, Blueberry Haven. After doing research in the year 2000 as to what could be successfully grown on 15 acres that used to be a vegetable farm, and what wasn’t then widely available for sale, she... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bonduel is coming off an 8-2 season and second place finish in the CWC-Large.
Friday, August 10, 2018
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The Bonduel football team has been a model of consistency in recent years. The Bears have won at least seven games in each of the past five seasons, finishing in the top four of a tough Central Wisconsin Conference each year. In 2017, Bonduel finished with an 8-2 record overall, with a 6-1... + continue reading

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Clintonville players go through drills during Wednesday’s practice in preparation for Thursday’s season opener.

Photo by Charles Collier Dorothy Zerbe, left, plays a duet with Bonnie Bell during the 40th annual Shawano Folk Music Festival. The two had met a handful of days before the festival and, at Zerbe’s request during Back To Shawano Part II on Sunday, Bell joined her friend on the unplugged Shawano stage.

Leader photo by Morgan Rode Wittenberg-Birnamwood is coming off a 6-4 season and fourth place finish in the CWC-Large.

Photo by Grace Kirchner The blueberries are big, blue and ripe, according to Moni Jarvais of Blueberry Haven, located on County Road XX, southeast of Clintonville.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bonduel is coming off an 8-2 season and second place finish in the CWC-Large.

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Thursday, 16/08/18
Incumbent Shawano County Sheriff Adam Bieber turned back a challenge from former chief deputy John Gutho to clinch the Republican nomination in Tuesday’s primary race. Bieber will face independent candidate and Shawano police officer Keith Sorlie in the Nov. 6 general election. The final vote... + continue reading
Thursday, 16/08/18
Richard Sarnwick defeated William Switalla in the Democratic primary Tuesday for the 6th District Wisconsin Assembly seat. Sarnwick won 61 percent of the vote to Switalla’s 39 percent. The unofficial vote tally was Sarnwick — 1,453 Switalla — 919 In Shawano County, Sarnwick won 906... + continue reading
Thursday, 16/08/18
U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher, northeast Wisconsin’s representative in Congress, didn’t want to be on recess this month, and he even crafted a bill to try and keep the House in Washington for August. He wasn’t successful, but he’s still moving forward with legislation that would keep him and his... + continue reading
Thursday, 16/08/18
Dennis Lichtenberg told the Clintonville Common Council on Tuesday that he believes it is time to do something about the outdoor community swimming pool that has not operated for several years. The Clintonville resident said he realizes the fire in the bathhouse in 2016 set progress back, but he... + continue reading
Wednesday, 15/08/18
Incumbent Shawano County Sheriff Adam Bieber turned back a challenge from former chief deputy John Gutho to clinch the Republican nomination in Tuesday’s primary race. Bieber will face independent candidate and Shawano police officer Keith Sorlie in the Nov. 6 general election. The final vote... + continue reading

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Leader photo by Morgan Rode Clintonville players go through drills during Wednesday’s practice in preparation for Thursday’s season opener.
Thursday, 16/08/18
When any team brings in a new coach, most people expect ups and downs in the first year as the coach often needs time to implement their scheme. Tom Burkhalter, who enters his first season as the... + continue reading

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Saturday, 11/08/18
It was rather interesting sitting through the Shawano School Board meeting on Monday and listening to officials talk about door sensors and emergency radios in an effort to keep schools safe and... + continue reading

Schools


Contributed Photo Students traveled in homemade canoes to the Embera Indian Village.
Saturday, 04/08/18
Shawano Community High School Spanish students and chaperones, high school Spanish teacher Kelly Lightner and athletic director Charmaine Schreiber had the opportunity to travel to Panamá for a week... + continue reading

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