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Sat
22
Apr

Nation Take Your Daughter to the Golf Course week begins Monday

Special offer from Cathedral Pines Golf Course:

Mark your calendars, the week of April 24th through April 30th is National Take you Daughter to the Golf Course Week. This new event is sponsored by the National Association of Golf Course Owners and is developed to introduce your daughter to the game you love.

Thu
20
Apr

State K-9 units train at county fairgrounds for recertification

Leader Reporter

An increasing number of law enforcement agencies are adding K-9 units to their departments.

Thursday, Shawano was the scene for an example of just how the number of K-9 units is growing in Wisconsin.

During the afternoon the Shawano County Fairgrounds grandstand was the site for training for police dogs and their handlers from about 10 different law enforcement agencies from around the state.

Thu
20
Apr

Citizens raise concerns over support for elderly care

Leader Reporter

About 40 people Thursday got their chance to talk to three area state lawmakers about their concerns regarding long-term care programs for the elderly and disabled. Many in attendance seemed to agree that more funding is needed that would allow the elderly to stay in their homes or their community rather than be placed in nursing homes.

Thu
20
Apr

With the anniversary behind them, Colombine survivors look ahead

Associated Press

LITTLETON, Colo. The one-year anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings served as more than a time for reflecting on the past. For those forever scarred by the massacre, it was an opportunity to start looking beyond the tragedy.

"Today is the beginning of the move forward," said Heather Dinkel, last year's student body president, to 3,000 people who gathered Thursday at Clement Park to remember the nation's deadliest school shooting.

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