Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Adam Schulz, a business student at College of Menominee Nation, opens up the Helping Closet inside Shirley Daly Hall to show the amount of food collected so far. The closet is an asset for students who might not have money or time to go off campus for a meal between classes.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
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Adam Schulz knows he’s never going to be able to pay back the College of Menominee Nation, but that’s not stopping him from giving it the old college try. Schulz has helped the college to open its Helping Closet, a place where food would be available to students who might not have the time and/... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano junior Andrew Christian, top, looks to pin down Green Bay United’s Dylan Mourea during Thursday’s dual in Shawano. Mourea went on to claim an 11-6 decision win.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
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The Shawano Community High School wrestling team continued its strong start to the season by taking care of business in a 56-21 victory over Green Bay United on Thursday night. The Hawks dropped just two weight classes they had wrestlers competing in on the night while racking up four wins by... + continue reading

Photo by Grace Kirchner Dan Brandenburg, of Marion, says his wife, Patsy, and his daughter, Angie, are his gifts from God as they keep him up when he feels down. Brandenburg has spent the last 22 months battling cancer.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
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“Any chance I get to share my love of God, I do,” said Dan Brandenburg, as he shared his journey with cancer and his faith in God, when he addressed the Brotherhood and the Christus Lutheran Church Women (CLCW) on Dec. 6 in the Christus Lutheran Church Parish Hall. Brandenburg learned he had... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Shawano Police Department Lieutenant Mike Musolff checks a suspicious email at the Shawano Leader office Thursday as NEW Media, Inc Advertising Director Chris Kennedy describes how the email was handled. Musolff responded to what was one of many threatening emails across the country, including one which forced the evacuation of the Menominee Indian Elementary School.
Friday, December 14, 2018
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The Menominee Indian School District and The Shawano Leader were among the targets of a wave of bomb threats emailed Thursday to hundreds of schools, businesses and government buildings across the U.S. Thursday. The e-mailed threats triggered searches, evacuations and fear — but there were no... + continue reading

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Melonie Sundberg positions two stuffed creatures on a display of toys at Shawano U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots. The toys were purchased through a donation from The Bullpen Bar in Pulcifer. Toys for Tots, which wrapped up Thursday, provides one large and two small toys to children whose parents register for the program. These toys were added to donations from 90 Toys for Tots boxes throughout the area.
Friday, December 14, 2018
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Eight tiny reindeer weren’t up to the task. This year, Melonie Sundberg needed a full-sized pickup and a borrowed trailer to bring her load of Toys for Tots to the distribution site at the Fellman Center in Shawano. Sundberg brought the results of a year-long effort to raise money for Toys... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Adam Schulz, a business student at College of Menominee Nation, opens up the Helping Closet inside Shirley Daly Hall to show the amount of food collected so far. The closet is an asset for students who might not have money or time to go off campus for a meal between classes.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano junior Andrew Christian, top, looks to pin down Green Bay United’s Dylan Mourea during Thursday’s dual in Shawano. Mourea went on to claim an 11-6 decision win.

Photo by Grace Kirchner Dan Brandenburg, of Marion, says his wife, Patsy, and his daughter, Angie, are his gifts from God as they keep him up when he feels down. Brandenburg has spent the last 22 months battling cancer.

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Shawano Police Department Lieutenant Mike Musolff checks a suspicious email at the Shawano Leader office Thursday as NEW Media, Inc Advertising Director Chris Kennedy describes how the email was handled. Musolff responded to what was one of many threatening emails across the country, including one which forced the evacuation of the Menominee Indian Elementary School.

Leader photo by Carol Ryczek Melonie Sundberg positions two stuffed creatures on a display of toys at Shawano U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots. The toys were purchased through a donation from The Bullpen Bar in Pulcifer. Toys for Tots, which wrapped up Thursday, provides one large and two small toys to children whose parents register for the program. These toys were added to donations from 90 Toys for Tots boxes throughout the area.

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Saturday, 15/12/18
Andrew E. Thomas, 31, one of two Shawano men involved in an exchange of gunfire in the city in January 2016, was found not guilty Friday on two counts of reckless endangerment after a five-day jury trial. Thomas had been charged in connection with a shooting incident on Jan. 4, 2016. The... + continue reading
Saturday, 15/12/18
Shawano County’s Special Response Team was called out Wednesday to arrest an Appleton man that was hiding under a blanket in his van and carrying a weapon, according to a criminal complaint. Bill Moua, 38, was charged Friday in Shawano County Circuit Court with felony counts of operating while... + continue reading
Saturday, 15/12/18
A 24-year-old Shawano man was arrested Wednesday on pending charges of child porn possession, according to the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department. The man is not expected to be charged before Monday, according to authorities, and his name has not yet been released. The arrest was the result... + continue reading
Saturday, 15/12/18
Rep. Gary Tauchen was recently named the chairman for the Wisconsin Assembly’s agriculture committee. This is not the first committee chair Tauchen has received, noting he has previously headed committees on small business and election reform. However, agriculture is in the representative’s... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Adam Schulz, a business student at College of Menominee Nation, opens up the Helping Closet inside Shirley Daly Hall to show the amount of food collected so far. The closet is an asset for students who might not have money or time to go off campus for a meal between classes.
Saturday, 15/12/18
Adam Schulz knows he’s never going to be able to pay back the College of Menominee Nation, but that’s not stopping him from giving it the old college try. Schulz has helped the college to open its Helping Closet, a place where food would be available to students who might not have the time and/... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Shawano junior Andrew Christian, top, looks to pin down Green Bay United’s Dylan Mourea during Thursday’s dual in Shawano. Mourea went on to claim an 11-6 decision win.
Saturday, 15/12/18
The Shawano Community High School wrestling team continued its strong start to the season by taking care of business in a 56-21 victory over Green Bay United on Thursday night. The Hawks dropped... + continue reading

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Saturday, 15/12/18
To the editor: The 2010 Supreme Court decision Citizens United has allowed corporations, unions, nonprofits and super PACs to spend unlimited amounts on campaign contributions. Groups including... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Adam Schulz, a business student at College of Menominee Nation, opens up the Helping Closet inside Shirley Daly Hall to show the amount of food collected so far. The closet is an asset for students who might not have money or time to go off campus for a meal between classes.
Saturday, 15/12/18
Adam Schulz knows he’s never going to be able to pay back the College of Menominee Nation, but that’s not stopping him from giving it the old college try. Schulz has helped the college to open its... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Sergeant First Class Lori Mathwich, a retired 21-year member of the U.S. Army, stands with her oldest son, Wyatt, a third-grade student at Sacred Heart Catholic School, following the school’s ceremony Nov. 16.
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