Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Burton Warrington, right, expresses his gratitude after being presented with a gift basket from Desirae Wilber, the student activities coordinator for the College of Menominee Nation Student Government. Warrington spoke at CMN on Friday about the definition of success.
Monday, March 25, 2019
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Burton Warrington has achieved success in a number of ways, in his view, but the former College of Menominee Nation student told about 30 attendees Friday that success is best defined by the individual, not an entire society. “I haven’t had her experience, and I haven’t had his experience, so we... + continue reading
Taste of Shawano shrimp display
Sasha White, Shawano, a cook at Charlie’s County Market in Shawano, helps Chris Clowtis, New London, deli manager, arrange shrimp in advance of the Taste of Shawano at the Shawano Community High School commons on Monday as deli clerk Corina Mueller watches in the background. The County Market’s taste of Shawano included White’s mother’s recipe for shrimp sauce. The Taste of Shawano is an annual fundraiser for Junior Achievement.
Monday, March 25, 2019
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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode The Shawano girls soccer team scrimmage indoors at Hillcrest Primary School on Monday in preparation for its first games of the season this week. The Hawks are scheduled to host Lakeland Union on Thursday.
Monday, March 25, 2019
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The Shawano Community High School girls soccer team believes it’s ready to take a step forward on the field as the spring season starts up. The Hawks lost several seniors from last year’s team that went 3-10 overall and 2-6 in the Bay Conference, but it also returns several experienced players.... + continue reading

Photo by Tina Bacon Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School’s Kody Szews delivers a pitch during the team’s playoff game against Amherst last year. Szews will fill a leadership role this year as a senior and play shortstop when he’s not on the mound.
Monday, March 25, 2019
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The Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School baseball team enters the season looking for players to step up after several starters graduated from last year’s 13-9 team. “After losing several starters to graduation, the Chargers will be relying on inexperience and young talent to help earn victories,”... + continue reading

Photo by Tina Bacon Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School’s Olivia Zoromski, left, leads off first base during a playoff game against Amherst last year. The senior will play center field for the Chargers this spring.
Monday, March 25, 2019
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Coming off an 8-10 season and 6-6 run through the Central Wisconsin Conference-East, a young Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School softball team is hoping to take the next step this year. “Our team is very young, with limited varsity experience,” Witt-Birn coach Charity Fraaza said. “I feel our... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Burton Warrington, right, expresses his gratitude after being presented with a gift basket from Desirae Wilber, the student activities coordinator for the College of Menominee Nation Student Government. Warrington spoke at CMN on Friday about the definition of success.
Taste of Shawano shrimp display
Sasha White, Shawano, a cook at Charlie’s County Market in Shawano, helps Chris Clowtis, New London, deli manager, arrange shrimp in advance of the Taste of Shawano at the Shawano Community High School commons on Monday as deli clerk Corina Mueller watches in the background. The County Market’s taste of Shawano included White’s mother’s recipe for shrimp sauce. The Taste of Shawano is an annual fundraiser for Junior Achievement.

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode The Shawano girls soccer team scrimmage indoors at Hillcrest Primary School on Monday in preparation for its first games of the season this week. The Hawks are scheduled to host Lakeland Union on Thursday.

Photo by Tina Bacon Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School’s Kody Szews delivers a pitch during the team’s playoff game against Amherst last year. Szews will fill a leadership role this year as a senior and play shortstop when he’s not on the mound.

Photo by Tina Bacon Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School’s Olivia Zoromski, left, leads off first base during a playoff game against Amherst last year. The senior will play center field for the Chargers this spring.

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Burton Warrington, right, expresses his gratitude after being presented with a gift basket from Desirae Wilber, the student activities coordinator for the College of Menominee Nation Student Government. Warrington spoke at CMN on Friday about the definition of success.
Monday, 25/03/19
Burton Warrington has achieved success in a number of ways, in his view, but the former College of Menominee Nation student told about 30 attendees Friday that success is best defined by the individual, not an entire society. “I haven’t had her experience, and I haven’t had his experience, so we... + continue reading
Taste of Shawano shrimp display
Sasha White, Shawano, a cook at Charlie’s County Market in Shawano, helps Chris Clowtis, New London, deli manager, arrange shrimp in advance of the Taste of Shawano at the Shawano Community High School commons on Monday as deli clerk Corina Mueller watches in the background. The County Market’s taste of Shawano included White’s mother’s recipe for shrimp sauce. The Taste of Shawano is an annual fundraiser for Junior Achievement.
Monday, 25/03/19
Saturday, 23/03/19
A trial date has been set in the felony burglary case against Wittenberg Village President and Shawano County Supervisor William J. Switalla. The case is scheduled to go before a jury in Shawano-Menominee County Circuit Court on June 12. Switalla’s attorney, Paul Payant, requested the case be... + continue reading

Leader photo by Warren Bluhm Raymand Vannieuwenhoven appears via a video link from the Marinette County Jail during his initial appearance in court Friday. He is charged with the 1976 murders of a Green Bay couple at the McClintock Park campground.
Saturday, 23/03/19
A Marinette County judge set bail at $1 million cash Friday for the man accused of killing a Green Bay couple in July 1976. Raymand L. Vannieuwenhoven, 82, was 39 years old when David Schuldes, 25, and Ellen Matheys, 24, were shot to death at the McClintock Park campground in the town of Silver... + continue reading
Saturday, 23/03/19
A Shawano man is facing felony counts of fleeing from authorities and reckless endangerment after a high-speed chase Thursday. Brandon J. Nahwahquaw, 33, is accused of fleeing after Shawano County deputies arrived to check out a suspicious vehicle parked alongside a fence at a utility station at... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Morgan Rode The Shawano girls soccer team scrimmage indoors at Hillcrest Primary School on Monday in preparation for its first games of the season this week. The Hawks are scheduled to host Lakeland Union on Thursday.
Monday, 25/03/19
The Shawano Community High School girls soccer team believes it’s ready to take a step forward on the field as the spring season starts up. The Hawks lost several seniors from last year’s team... + continue reading

Photo by Tina Bacon Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School’s Kody Szews delivers a pitch during the team’s playoff game against Amherst last year. Szews will fill a leadership role this year as a senior and play shortstop when he’s not on the mound.
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Saturday, 23/03/19
New Zealand became the latest country to experience an act of terrorism when an Australian man walked into two different mosques in Christchurch and killed almost 50 people. That incident, like many... + continue reading

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Leader Photo by Lee Pulaski Burton Warrington, right, expresses his gratitude after being presented with a gift basket from Desirae Wilber, the student activities coordinator for the College of Menominee Nation Student Government. Warrington spoke at CMN on Friday about the definition of success.
Monday, 25/03/19
Burton Warrington has achieved success in a number of ways, in his view, but the former College of Menominee Nation student told about 30 attendees Friday that success is best defined by the... + continue reading

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