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Truck giving boost to census

Leader photo by Amy Weaver

Shawano County Census 2000 Coordinator Cherie Schultz, right discusses the national enumeration with Marlene Weisrock, left, a partnership specialist with Census 2000 in Green Bay, as the Census 2000 Road Tour stopped in front of the Shawano County Courthouse Wednesday. The vehicle is one of 12 making a nationwide tour promoting the 2000 census.

By Amy Weaver

Leader Reporter

It's certainly not everyday that a 28-foot motorhome-style vehicle is parked in front of the Shawano County Courthouse.

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Apr

Trial over landfill bid set for April 28

Leader Reporter

April 28 is the date that's now been set for a one day civil trial in a lawsuit filed by Peters Concrete of Green Bay against Shawano County and the County's Solid Waste Management Board.

Langlade County Judge James Jansen will preside over the trial after he issued a 30-day injunction at the request of Peters Concrete following a March 30 hearing in Shawano.

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05
Apr

Brewers remain perfect with win

CINCINNATI (AP) Ken Griffey Jr. is still 0-for-2000, just like his new team. Give the Milwaukee Brewers' pitching staff credit for both.

The Brewers, not Junior, hit the homers and Milwaukee's pitchers did another impressive job of avoiding disaster Wednesday night, setting up an 8-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

Kevin Barker, Tyler Houston and Geoff Jenkins each homered and seven different Brewers scored as Milwaukee improved to 2-0 under first-year manager Davey Lopes.

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Apr

Two Shawano skaters on Northeast Wisconsin squad

Two Shawano youth hockey players were selected to compete with a Northeast Wisconsin A. A. A. traveling team. On March 25 at the Appleton Family Ice Center, J. D. ford and Tyler Dobratz were selected to represent this region with players from Marinette to Milwaukee. The regional team will compete against teams from three other regions in Wisconsin and possibly travel to other areas if games open up.

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St. Paul ends perfect season with title

BONDUEL The St. Paul A-Team boys basketball squad finished their undefeated season with two more victories to clinch the conference tournament. With wins over St. James and Pilgrim, the Comets took home the championship trophy in the inaugural season of the new Big Six League.

Leading the way in scoring in the tournament, as well as the season, was Zach Reinke. Reinke averaged 19 points a game during the season. Todd Hartlaben was the second highest scorer with 15 points a game.

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