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Apr

Prom night, and then day

Bonduel High School was the part headquarters for the young and the young at heart this weekend with the high school junior prom on Saturday night and the Senior Prom, for those 55 and older, on Sunday afternoon. Marge and Ward Peterson were one of many area couples who took to the dance floor to the tunes of Concertina Gene at the Senior Prom.

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02
Apr

Numerous races on area ballots Tuesday

Voters across the area will be going to the polls Tuesday to cat their ballots in not only the Presidential primary and for a new state Supreme Court justice, but also a number of contested local elections.

Many polling locations do not open until 9 a.m. and remain open until 8 p.m. Election officials suggest you check with the office from your local government to see what time the polls open in your area. The city of Shawano polls at the Community Center open at 8 a.m.

Sun
02
Apr

Poll find Gore, Bush deadlocked in state

DE PERE, Wis. (AP) Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore are statistically tied among Wisconsin voters in the presidential race, a poll released today says.

The poll by the St. Norbert College Survey Center and Wisconsin Public Radio finds strengthening support for Gore, who trailed Bush by 15 percentage points in the fall.

In the latest poll, Bush, the expected Republican nominee, is supported by 46 percent of those responding, as is Gore, the expected Democratic nominee.

Sun
02
Apr

Badgers disappointed, but grateful for chance

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Dick Bennett came to Wisconsin because he said he felt a duty to save his home state's most visible basketball program from decades of ineptitude.

Standing on the sideline at the Final Four just five years later, he considered his mission accomplished. Thanks to constant hard work, belief in a system and a little luck, Bennett and the Badgers were on college basketball's biggest stage.

"It was just a great moment for the school and the program and the state, really," Bennett said.

Sun
02
Apr

Bucks outlast Warriors for key win

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) One embarrassing loss was bad enough. The Milwaukee Bucks couldn't bear the thought of another.

Getting 31 points from Sam Cassell and 27 from Ray Allen, the Bucks shook off their worst loss of the season and revived their playoff hopes by beating Golden State 117-113 on Sunday night.

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