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Ex-SPD employee gets 120 days in jail

Terri Draheim, left, consults with attorney Royce Finne during her sentencing hearing Thursday in Shawano County Circuit Court. Draheim, who has accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from the Shawano Police Department parking fund while she was an employee, was sentenced to 120 days in jail and four years probation.

By Joe Vandel

Leader Reporter

Thu
10
Feb

Man pleads no contest to trying to hit SPD officer with car

Leader Reporter

A Clintonville man, accused of trying to hit a Shawano Police officer with a vehicle during Jan. 15 incident, entered no contest pleas to two of the five counts against him.

Kevin J. Hogg, 36, 200 E. Morning Glory Dr., #102, entered the pleas to charges of first degree reckless endangerment and attempted aggravated battery.

Thu
10
Feb

Shawano wins fifth straight

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The Shawano boys basketball team picked up its fifth straight win Thursday night with a 68-51 victory over Bay Conference foe DePere. The Hawks used a 17-8 fourth quarter run to pull away from the Redbirds for the win.

Thu
10
Feb

Hawks fall to DePere in Bay action

Leader Sports Editor

DEPERE The Shawano girls basketball team lost a tough 60-50 decision to DePere Thursday night in Bay Conference action. Trailing by only two heading into the fourth period, the Hawks were came up on the short end of a 23-15 run to fall by 10 to the Redbirds.

The Hawks opened the game taking an early 11-6 lead after the first period of play. With both teams stepping up the offensive intensity the scores rocketed in the second period, but the Hawks surrendered their five-point lead to trail 27-26 at the half.

Thu
10
Feb

Truckers taste defeat again

Leader Sports Editor

CLINTONVILLE The Clintonville girls basketball team remained winless in Valley Eight Conference action with a 58-32 loss to Oconto Falls Thursday night. The Truckers got off to a slow start and never recovered.

Oconto Falls jumped out to a 22-4 lead after the first period putting Clintonville in a deep hole they would never climb out of. The Truckers did make a strong effort in the second period to cut away at the Oconto Falls lead outscoring them 15-9 to trail 31-19 at the half.

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