Community

Mon
09
Jan

Zion Lutheran parish nurse retiring

Zion Lutheran Church of Shawano will bid farewell soon to its parish nurse of 13 years.

Patsey Robertson, RN, will retire from her duties as a health educator, health-care counselor, volunteer coordinator and referral agent for congregation members and the community at Zion Lutheran Church on Jan. 31.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

Thu
05
Jan

Remembering the Novitiate

<p>The Alexian Brothers Novitiate compound, located in a secluded area east of Gresham, stirs up a variety of emotions for many long-time residents.</p><p>The estate on the edge of the Red River stepped into the annals of history when the Menominee Warrior Society invaded the property 15 minutes into the new year in 1975, took several hostages and demanded the Alexian Brothers give the the property, originally owned by American Indians, to the Menominee.</p><p>The month-long standoff ended when the Catholic society sold the deed to the Menominee.

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