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Cars collide with school bus in fog

Patchy dense fog may have played a role in a school bus accident that eventually involved four vehicles around 7:30 this morning northwest of Gresham.

According to Scott Grosskopf of Grosskopf Bus Co., one of his company's school buses was stopped with its lights flashing at a student pickup point on County A, just east of Schmidt Road when it was struck from behind by a vehicle.

According to Lt. John Gutho of the Shawano County Sheriff's Department, a second separate accident then occurred because of the earlier school bus/vehicle accident.

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Bonduel man wins $5,000 at Powerball

Leader Reporter

A Bonduel businessman is $5,000 richer after buying a winning ticket for last Saturday night's Powerball drawing.

Bill Nolan of Nolan Livestock bought his ticket, which matched four of the five numbers, at Lee'z Gas and Mini Mart in Bonduel.

Nolan said he still had not yet claimed his prize from lottery officials, but planned to do so soon.

"It's not really all that much for winnings," said Nolan. "When you figure out what they will take for taxes you could probably throw a good party or take a trip but not much else."

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Teachers sharing first grade classroom

Leader Reporter

Four teachers from Olga Brener Elementary School updated the Shawano-Gresham School Board Monday about two new programs started at the school this year.

Jane Williams and Melissa Reed share a first grade classroom. Reed teaches the class in the morning and advanced math and science in the afternoon, while Williams teaches first grade in the afternoon and Reading Recovery in the morning.

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Youth wrestlers thrive in large valley tourney

The Shawano Youth Wrestling Club gained experience, confidence, and some trophies at the Oshkosh Youth Tournament on Saturday. In their third team outing, the club posted a praiseworthy 17th place finish out of 31 teams of K-8th graders. Peer support and sportsmanship were visible as members gave each other words of encouragement. Generous pats on the back to opponents after a good round showed that the members were there for the enjoyment of the sport, to learn from one another, and to improve their skills.

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County eyes regulations on salespersons

Leader Reporter

If you live in Shawano County and have been bothered by door-to-door sales people, help may be on the way.

Efforts are underway by some county officials to have an ordinance enacted that would regulate transient sales.

Currently Shawano County has no such rules or regulations according to Lt. Steve Conradt of the Shawano County Sheriff's department, and because of that there have been many complaints over the last several years.

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