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17
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Panel seeking to cut annex costs

Leader Reporter

Members of Shawano County's Ad-Hoc County Annex Building Committee made it clear during its meeting Monday afternoon that they want to make significant changes to reduce the cost of a proposed courthouse annex/sheriff's department remodeling project.

Monday was the first meeting of the committee since last Wednesday's decision by the county board to table until at least April the proposed $12.65 million project.

Mon
17
Jan

S-G plans to opt out of school start date law

Leader Reporter

The Shawano-Gresham School Board will hold a public hearing in July to start the 2000-2001 school year before Sept. 1.

School districts have to hold such a hearing to opt out of the state law that requires all schools to start after Sept. 1. The public sessions can be held before July 1, but action can't be taken by the board until then or later because it marks the start of the fiscal school year.

The proposed 2000-2001 calendar created by Shawano-Gresham teachers starts the year on August 28 and ends June 7.

Mon
17
Jan

Packers hire Sherman

AP Sports Writer

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Mike Sherman, the Seattle Seahawks' offensive coordinator and a former Green Bay assistant, will be hired as the new coach of the Packers, a team source told The Associated Press on Monday.

The team scheduled a news conference at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Mon
17
Jan

Shawano squirts continue to do well

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano Lightning squirt hockey team had another busy weekend of thrilling action with four games over a three-day span at the Shawano outdoor ice arena Friday-Sunday. Fans were witness to some exciting moments as the squirts finished the weekend with a 2-2 record with wins over the Bay Area Devils and the DePere Redwings and losses to Brown County and Fox Valley.

Sun
16
Jan

City supports effort to form new utility

Leader Reporter

In an effort to keep the cost of power down, Shawano will join other Wisconsin municipalities in the formation of a municipal electric company.

"In the future, we will be able to do our best to keep the price of power down," said Shawano Municipal Utilities superintendent Dan Dasho. "We are concerned that the price will go up. We hope this will help it go down."

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