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Rough draft of human genome completed

WASHINGTON (AP) Completion of a rough draft of the human genetic code nature's instructions for making and maintaining human beings will revolutionize the way disease is diagnosed, treated and prevented.

President Clinton, who helped calm a bitter rivalry between public and private groups racing to complete the genome map, was officiating Monday at a joint White House announcement confirming that the mapping projects are essentially complete.

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Trial for man charged in Keshena murder delayed

Leader Reporter

A murder trial for a 24-year-old Keshena man, that was to start Monday in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, has been postponed.

According to a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Milwaukee, the trial for Christopher Matchopatow was ordered postponed after his attorney left the case.

A status conference will be held later in the week. At that time, if Matchopatow has a new attorney, a new trial date will be set.

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Program aims to train local leaders

Leader Reporter

Shawano County and the world need more trained leaders and some area citizens are trying to develop and train local residents to fill those leadership posts.

Chambers of Commerce in Cecil, Shawano and Wittenberg, together with the Shawano County UW-Extension have announced the launch of a program to develop the abilities and knowledge in emerging community leaders.

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