Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz The Shawano Community High School boys cross-country team runs the high school course during practice Monday.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz The Shawano Community High School girls cross-country team does a warm-up lap Monday during practice at the school.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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The Shawano Community High School cross-country teams could be in for a strong season after an active offseason. Coach Steve Stomberg, though, knows not to make bold predictions. “How are we going to compare? I don’t want to put the cart in front of the horse,” he said. “This is my 17th year... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Residents review drafts of concept plans for the development of Franklin Park and redesign of Spirit of Shawano Park at a public information meeting at City Hall on Wednesday.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan John Kneer, of Rettler Corp., and Shawano Park and Recreation Director Matt Hendricks answer questions at a public information meeting Wednesday on design proposals for Franklin Park and the Spirit of Shawano Park.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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Music concerts, outdoor movies and other attractions could some day join the farmers market at Franklin Park in downtown Shawano. Proposals for the future development of Franklin Park and Spirit of Shawano Park, located on the northeast and southeast corners of Green Bay and Main streets, were... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Puppy Roll, a children’s ride, will make its debut at the 2014 Shawano County Fair this year.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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The Puppy Roll spin ride will make its debut and a popular “spectacular” ride will return to the Shawano County Fair next week. Rainbow Valley Rides’ owner Chip Kedrowicz said Puppy Roll, the company’s newest ride produced by Goldstar Manufacturing, is a variation of the spin ride, where... + continue reading

Photo by Carol Wagner A birthday painting party led to the mural at The South Forty in Shawano. Dr. Derek and Magda Johnson supervised the painting by, from left, Sophie Holstrom, Kiahna Johnson, Hannah Williams, Savannah Johnson, Kennedy Erdmann and Mackenzie Dingeldein. Other painters not pictured were Trama Kay Ward, Colleen McFarlane, Kendra Schumacher, and Levi and Rutger Johnson.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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To remember her 15th birthday, all Savannah Johnson has to do is go past The South Forty on South Main Street in Shawano. On Aug. 9, Johnson and several of her friends painted a mural titled “A New Day” by Romero Britto on one of the walls. Savannah’s mother, Magda Johnson, tries to think of... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Tom Beschta Shawano Community High School senior Casey Clark pursues a Pulaski player during a nonconference matchup Tuesday in Pulaski. The season opener was called at halftime due to rain, with Shawano trailing 4-0.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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The season opener was a short one for the Shawano Community High School boys soccer team, which fell behind 4-0 to nonconference foe Pulaski on Tuesday before a downpour ended the match at halftime. Shawano coach Bob Croschere said with the loss of 14 seniors from last year, the team must... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz The Shawano Community High School boys cross-country team runs the high school course during practice Monday.
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz The Shawano Community High School girls cross-country team does a warm-up lap Monday during practice at the school.

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Residents review drafts of concept plans for the development of Franklin Park and redesign of Spirit of Shawano Park at a public information meeting at City Hall on Wednesday.
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Leader Photo by Tim Ryan John Kneer, of Rettler Corp., and Shawano Park and Recreation Director Matt Hendricks answer questions at a public information meeting Wednesday on design proposals for Franklin Park and the Spirit of Shawano Park.

Contributed Photo Puppy Roll, a children’s ride, will make its debut at the 2014 Shawano County Fair this year.

Photo by Carol Wagner A birthday painting party led to the mural at The South Forty in Shawano. Dr. Derek and Magda Johnson supervised the painting by, from left, Sophie Holstrom, Kiahna Johnson, Hannah Williams, Savannah Johnson, Kennedy Erdmann and Mackenzie Dingeldein. Other painters not pictured were Trama Kay Ward, Colleen McFarlane, Kendra Schumacher, and Levi and Rutger Johnson.
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Leader Photo by Tom Beschta Shawano Community High School senior Casey Clark pursues a Pulaski player during a nonconference matchup Tuesday in Pulaski. The season opener was called at halftime due to rain, with Shawano trailing 4-0.

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Incumbent Shawano County Sheriff Randy Wright is planning a write-in campaign in hopes of keeping his office in the November election. Wright was defeated in the Aug. 12 Republican primary race by Shawano police officer Adam Bieber. The official vote tally certified by the board of canvass... + continue reading

Leader Photo by Tim Ryan Residents review drafts of concept plans for the development of Franklin Park and redesign of Spirit of Shawano Park at a public information meeting at City Hall on Wednesday.
Thursday, 21/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
Music concerts, outdoor movies and other attractions could some day join the farmers market at Franklin Park in downtown Shawano. Proposals for the future development of Franklin Park and Spirit of Shawano Park, located on the northeast and southeast corners of Green Bay and Main streets, were... + continue reading

Contributed Photo Puppy Roll, a children’s ride, will make its debut at the 2014 Shawano County Fair this year.
Thursday, 21/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
The Puppy Roll spin ride will make its debut and a popular “spectacular” ride will return to the Shawano County Fair next week. Rainbow Valley Rides’ owner Chip Kedrowicz said Puppy Roll, the company’s newest ride produced by Goldstar Manufacturing, is a variation of the spin ride, where... + continue reading
Wednesday, 20/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
About 30 residents of the Bonduel School District on Monday reviewed financial estimates for the 2014-15 school year, including a projected tax levy increase of $264,204. Superintendent Patrick Rau said a $200,000 reduction in state funding has created the need for the projected tax increase,... + continue reading
Wednesday, 20/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
The Shawano School District held an abbreviated annual meeting Monday that included some routine business, but no discussion or vote on the traditional agenda items of the budget or tax levy. The district was locked into Monday’s meeting date for the annual meeting, which was officially set at... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Gerrard Diaz The Shawano Community High School boys cross-country team runs the high school course during practice Monday.
Thursday, 21/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
The Shawano Community High School cross-country teams could be in for a strong season after an active offseason. Coach Steve Stomberg, though, knows not to make bold predictions. “How are we... + continue reading
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Leader Photo by Tom Beschta Shawano Community High School senior Casey Clark pursues a Pulaski player during a nonconference matchup Tuesday in Pulaski. The season opener was called at halftime due to rain, with Shawano trailing 4-0.
20/08/14 - 0 comment(s)

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Friday, 15/08/14 - 0 comment(s)
To the editor: Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address... + continue reading

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Friday, 15/08/14
The Bonduel School District will begin classes for the 2014-15 school year Sept. 2 for high school freshmen and students in grades 4K through sixth. The remaining students will report for classes... + continue reading