Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Austin Kohl pulls the ball out after attempting to drive on West De Pere’s Jake Karchinski in Shawano on Friday. Kohl had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks, who lost, 63-60.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
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With the defense collapsing on West De Pere’s Tyler Schwartz, he found Jake Karchinski for a deep two-pointer to tie the game with 50 seconds left, and back-to-back turnovers made it nearly impossible for Shawano to take the lead. When the Hawks got possession back with 14.8 seconds left, Kaden... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.
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Two white boards with painted segments sit in the basement classroom of art teacher Natalie Onesti at Gresham Community School. They don’t look like much now, but in a couple of weeks, they will be sources of pride for students and the greater Gresham community. Students in the school’s advanced... + continue reading

Photo by Rich Montour Shawano Community High School senior Griffin Rades swims in the 500-yard freestyle during Thursday’s home dual against Medford. Rades broke the school record, which was previously set by Zach Soper, by nearly one second.
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Photo by Rich Montour The SCHS swim team celebrates after seeing teammate Griffin Rades break the school record in the 500-yard freestyle Thursday at home. Rades’ time of 5:18.74 was nearly one second faster than the previous mark set by Zach Soper on Dec. 6, 2012.
Friday, January 13, 2017
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Shawano Community High School senior Griffin Rades, in 5 minutes, 18.74 seconds, broke Zach Soper’s school record in the 500-yard freestyle Thursday, as the Hawks eased to a 134-35 dual meet victory over Medford at home. Rades’ time was nearly one second faster than Soper’s time (5:19.66) set on... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School sophomore Sam Tourtillott attempts to get Menasha’s Victor Saldana on his back during the first match of Thursday’s dual in Shawano. Tourtillot earned an 11-9 decision, but the Hawks lost, 34-27.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School sophomore Crede Timm goes for the pin against Menasha’s Jordan Duwe during Shawano’s 34-27 loss Thursday. Timm pinned Duwe in 4 minutes and 52 seconds.
Friday, January 13, 2017
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The combination of Sam Tourtillott and Aaron Pyawasay to open Thursday’s home dual meet for the Shawano wrestling team could not have done much better. Tourtillott earned an 11-9 decision, and Pyawasay secured a first-period win, but forfeits ultimately cost the Hawks in a 34-27 loss to Menasha... + continue reading

Photo by Rob Zimmer The National Garden Bureau has proclaimed 2017 the Year of the Daffodil. These colorful harbingers of spring make great companion plants in the shade garden, blooming before the leaves emerge.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Collect unusual daffodil varieties, such as this bizarre Rip Van Winkle, for an even more enjoyable spring show.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
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The National Garden Bureau has proclaimed 2017 the Year of the Daffodil. Each year, the garden organization selects certain plants to feature and market throughout the growing season. One perennial, one annual, one bulb and an edible are selected. The daffodil is this year’s choice in the bulb... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Austin Kohl pulls the ball out after attempting to drive on West De Pere’s Jake Karchinski in Shawano on Friday. Kohl had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks, who lost, 63-60.

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.

Photo by Rich Montour Shawano Community High School senior Griffin Rades swims in the 500-yard freestyle during Thursday’s home dual against Medford. Rades broke the school record, which was previously set by Zach Soper, by nearly one second.
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Photo by Rich Montour The SCHS swim team celebrates after seeing teammate Griffin Rades break the school record in the 500-yard freestyle Thursday at home. Rades’ time of 5:18.74 was nearly one second faster than the previous mark set by Zach Soper on Dec. 6, 2012.

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School sophomore Sam Tourtillott attempts to get Menasha’s Victor Saldana on his back during the first match of Thursday’s dual in Shawano. Tourtillot earned an 11-9 decision, but the Hawks lost, 34-27.
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Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School sophomore Crede Timm goes for the pin against Menasha’s Jordan Duwe during Shawano’s 34-27 loss Thursday. Timm pinned Duwe in 4 minutes and 52 seconds.

Photo by Rob Zimmer The National Garden Bureau has proclaimed 2017 the Year of the Daffodil. These colorful harbingers of spring make great companion plants in the shade garden, blooming before the leaves emerge.
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Photo by Rob Zimmer Collect unusual daffodil varieties, such as this bizarre Rip Van Winkle, for an even more enjoyable spring show.

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.
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Two white boards with painted segments sit in the basement classroom of art teacher Natalie Onesti at Gresham Community School. They don’t look like much now, but in a couple of weeks, they will be sources of pride for students and the greater Gresham community. Students in the school’s advanced... + continue reading

Contributed Image Sun Drop Soda bottler Twig’s Beverage Inc. has signed on as a major sponsor for the new annual start-of-summer festival that will bear its name.
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Shawano has always put an exclamation point on the end of summer with the Shawano County Fair extravaganza held each year around the time kids are heading back to school. Starting this year, Shawano will try its hand at kicking off the start of summer with another blowout good time. Sun Drop... + continue reading
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A Wittenberg man pleaded not guilty Friday to 67 counts of possessing child pornography. James K. Beckwith, 56, could face a maximum 25 years in prison and $100,000 fine on each count if convicted. Beckwith was initially charged in November with 25 counts of child porn possession. The... + continue reading
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Shawano School Board members are considering whether to renew the district’s charter school for another five years. LEADS Primary Charter School serves students in 4-year-old kindergarten through second grade with a special “inquiry-based” curriculum designed to help students develop independent... + continue reading
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Less than two weeks before it was set to begin, the vehicular homicide trial of Ryan Swadner, the teenage driver in a 2014 crash that claimed the lives of three passengers, has been pushed to October. Shawano-Menominee Circuit Court Judge William Kussel Jr. said at a hearing Thursday he was... + continue reading

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Were you sitting in a deer stand or blind on Sunday? Like so many other archery season last-hurrahs, I found myself in my ground blind, holding my crossbow and hoping I wouldn’t lose my toes to... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Chris Caporale Shawano Community High School senior Austin Kohl pulls the ball out after attempting to drive on West De Pere’s Jake Karchinski in Shawano on Friday. Kohl had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks, who lost, 63-60.
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I recently received a communication from the commander of American Legion Post 117, Al Boyd. He asked me to help him give well-deserved thanks to those he referred to as “angels of our community... + continue reading

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A Bowler 4-H member is one of 31 Wisconsin 4-H representatives who will attend the inauguration of Donald Trump as the nation’s 45th president Friday in Washington, D.C. Lauren Bahr, a freshman at... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Gresham Community School students, from left, Kali Jones, Billy Mommaerts, Ryan Schroeder, Sydney Coffman and Misty Wilson-Goranson paint a mural that, once completed, will show the eyes and facial features of a wildcat, the school’s mascot. The students have been working for weeks on the mural, one of two that will be hung in the school gymnasium.
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