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The Shawano Leader

12/01/2021 - 12:21pm
Charter Manufacturing announced Nov. 23 that it has acquired Aarrowcast Inc., the Shawano-based privately held company that is considered a leading manufacturer of high-quality gray and ductile iron castings. “As a growth company, we continually...

Wittenberg Enterprise & Birnamwood News

12/01/2021 - 12:01pm
There has been a recent rise in COVID-19 cases in Shawano County. As of Monday, Nov. 22, according to the Department of Health Services, over the last week, Shawano County was averaging more than 25 new coronavirus cases per day, and Menominee...

Oconto County Times Herald

More than just green trees are for sale, as brightly painted trees are a dime a dozen at Whispering Pines in Oconto.

Luke Reimer | NEW Media
12/01/2021 - 11:59am
With the Thanksgiving turkey and all the trimmings a happy memory, many families turn next to bringing home this year’s Christmas tree, and cut-your-own-tree farms are as popular as ever. Whispering Pines Tree Farm in Oconto, Hanauer’s Tree Farm in...

SPORTS

Shawano's Michael Metcalf-Grassman takes a shot during the team's nonconference win over Merrill on Dec. 2 in Shawano.

Morgan Rode | NEW Media
12/03/2021 - 11:03am
BOYS BASKETBALL Shawano 87 Merrill 54 Shawano cruised to a nonconference win over Merrill on Dec. 2 in Shawano. Jayden VanOss led Shawano with 16 points, scoring them all in the second half. Michael Metcalf-Grassman scored 13 of his 15 points in the...

Community

Skip Jones performs during a water benefit concert in Keshena in 2019. Jones takes his songs, guitar, banjo and Native American flute to nursing homes, schools, festivals, cultural events and any opportunity to use singing as a way to build relationships. (File | NEW Media)
11/24/2021 - 1:58pm
To put it simply, Skip Jones, of Gresham, is a folk singer. In a greater sense, Skip Jones is a supporter of justice for all, a champion of veterans suffering from PTSD, a storyteller with a moral purpose and commitment to protecting the environment...

OPINION

Jennifer Laude Bisterfeldt had served as executive director for Shawano Area Matthew 25 until recently, when she took leadership over Safe Haven in Shawano. (Greg Mellis | NEW Media)
11/25/2021 - 8:00am
Every once in a while, you’ll have one of those moments of clarity — when you see the world from a different perspective. Suddenly, the colors are a little brighter, and your happiness catches you off guard. I had one of those moments today. A split...