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Hawks keep pace in Bay

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano Hawks kept their hold on third place in the Bay Conference with a 12-6 win over West DePere Monday afternoon.

The Hawks scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break open a 7-7 game on their way to the win.

Josh Buettner got the win on the mound going all seven innings striking out six.

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Prep baseball

Hawks keep pace in Bay

By Michael Ray

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano Hawks kept their hold on third place in the Bay Conference with a 12-6 win over West DePere Monday afternoon.

The Hawks scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break open a 7-7 game on their way to the win.

Josh Buettner got the win on the mound going all seven innings striking out six.

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May

Hearing set for drug charages against bank robbery suspect

Leader Reporter

A former Cecil business owner, charged in connection with the armed robbery of the First State Bank, has had a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 9 involving additional drug charges that have been filed against him.

Darrell Tachick, 47, the former owner of the Cecil Citgo Convenience Store, has also been charged with two counts of delivering cocaine and single count of allowing his apartment, above the convenience store, to be used for or frequented by people using illegal drugs.

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Businessmen raise concerns on sign law

Local business owners say their losing money because of the City of Shawano's sign ordinance.

"It's taking away from our way of making a living," John's One Stop owner John Rusch told the Sign/Design Review Committee Monday.

The ordinance does not allow banners or posters because they are not visually appealing, but Rusch said it puts business owners like himself in a bad position that is unfair to the owner, vendors, and consumers.

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S-G expects tax levy to increase by 2 percent next year

Leader Reporter

Property owners in the Shawano-Gresham School District will only pay an estimated 2 percent more on the school portion of their taxes next year, according to a preliminary budget for the 2000-2001 school year.

Although the actual income and expenses for this year won't be known until after June, the third Friday count won't be known until September, and the property assessment won't be known until October, business manager Gail Moesch presented a preliminary budget to the school board Monday night.

Mon
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May

S-G expects tax levy to increase by 2 percent

Leader Reporter

Property owners in the Shawano-Gresham School District will only pay an estimated 2 percent more on the school portion of their taxes next year, according to a preliminary budget for the 2000-2001 school year.

Although the actual income and expenses for this year won't be known until after June, the third Friday count won't be known until September, and the property assessment won't be known until October, business manager Gail Moesch presented a preliminary budget to the school board Monday night.

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