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Mon
14
Feb

Crunch time for Hawks

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO It doesn't get any more exciting than this for Shawano boys basketball fans as the Hawks enter tonight's showdown with top-ranked and unbeaten Seymour needing a win to keep any hopes of a share of the Bay Conference title alive.

Seymour has clinched at least a share of the title, but the Hawks are still in the hunt to a piece of the pie, needing a win tonight and some help from Bay Port.

Sun
13
Feb

Man enters not guilty plea to murder charge

A 24-year-old Keshena man has entered a not guilty plea in federal court in Milwaukee to a charge that he murdered 25-year-old Mary Tomow, also from Keshena, March 21, 1999, on the Menominee Indian Reservation.

Christopher Matchopatow entered the plea Friday during an appearance in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. He'll stand trial on the murder charge April 24.

Mary Tomow was reported missing by her mother, Gertrude Tomow on March, 25, 1998, four days after she had last seen her.

Sun
13
Feb

The big ride

Members of the Thornton Trailriders Snowmobile Club and other area snowmobile clubs took more than 40 developmentally disabled people from Shawano County for a ride from Thornton to Gresham Saturday for the annual Cabin Fever Snowmobile ride.

Sun
13
Feb

Snowmobile crash critically injures driver

and the Associated Press

Snowmobile accidents over the last several days have kept area law enforcement personnel busy.

A Shawano man is in critical condition at Theda Clark Regional Medical Center in Neenah after he was injured in a Saturday morning snowmobile accident.

According to the Shawano County Sheriff's Department, 30-year-old Allen Lee Surprise of W5665 County Trunk BE, suffered chest injuries after his snowmobile tipped over on the Mountain Bay Trail in the area of 1501 E. Green Bay St., Shawano.

Sun
13
Feb

West too much for East

AP Basketball Writer

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) In a way, it was a fitting first All-Star game for the start of the post-Jordan era. Nobody is sure who the next super-superstar is, and none burst forward in this game.

From Vince Carter making a couple nifty dunks to the Lakers providing a little Showtime to Tim Duncan making his bank shots to Jason Kidd flinging crisp passes, everybody did what they do best with no one turning it into a one-man show.

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