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20
Apr

Bowler to host CWC track meet

Leader Correspondent

Bowler School is getting ready to host their first Central Wisconsin Conference Track Meet in May. Athletic Director Randy Kuivinen said it'll be an all day event and will take a lot of cooperative effort from Bowler school staff and community members.

Many people on staff at Bowler are already preparing for the meet. Maintenance staff is sprucing up the building and grounds, while Kuivinen purchases needed equipment, as well as hires a large number of temporary staff for officiating at the four meets Bowler will host this year.

Thu
20
Apr

Maryland signs deal with Packers

The Green Bay Packers' defense has a new big man in the middle.

Defensive tackle Russell Maryland signed a three-year, $8.3 million contract with the Packers Thursday. Maryland immediately becomes the focal point of Green Bay's rebuilding efforts on a defense that floundered last season after Reggie White's retirement.

Maryland, 31, the first overall pick in the 1991 NFL draft, won three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys before playing the last four seasons with the Oakland Raiders.

Wed
19
Apr

Fry pleads guilty

Judge rejects double jeopardy argument of ex-MIHS principal

By Joe Vandel

Leader Reporter

A former Menominee Indian High School principal, accused of the sexual assault of two of his students, entered guilty pleas to two of the charges Wednesday during an appearance in Shawano County Circuit Court.

Wed
19
Apr

Expensive street project to be phased in at Bonduel

Leader Reporter

BONDUEL The Bonduel Village Board agreed Wednesday night on the first phase of West Side Street project, which includes the repair and reconstruction of some village streets.

After a presentation by engineer Paul Dreis of Strand Associates, Inc. of Madison, the board unanimously agreed to reconstruct all east and west streets in the proposed project, with the exception of the one block of W. State Street between First and Second Streets, and repair the remaining streets.

Wed
19
Apr

Judge denies bail reduction for robbery suspect

Leader Reporter

A former Cecil business owner, facing charges related to the armed robbery of the First State Bank in Cecil last October, had a motion to reduce his bail denied Wednesday in Shawano County Circout Court.

47-year-old Darrell Tachick has entered not guilty pleas to charges of bank robbery and burglary while armed. He has been in the Shawano County jail, unable to post the $250,000 cash bond, set in the case earlier by Judge Thomas Grover.

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