The Shawano Leader

Deteriorating pipes at the Shawano County Courthouse are among the many necessary repairs cited by Somerville in its facilities assessment report completed in spring 2023. An ad hoc building committee will soon review the options for the county – whether to continue with its existing buildings in a repair and update mode, whether to significantly remodel buildings or whether to build new ones.

Somerville’s Facilities Condition Assessment
07/18/2024 - 1:49pm
The search continues for Shawano County Board Chairman Tom Kautza as he seeks to find business representatives to serve on an ad hoc building committee for the county. Kautza told the Shawano County Executive Committee on July 17 he has two reps...

Wittenberg Enterprise & Birnamwood News

Heat affects people with heart disease in various ways, primarily through dehydration, said Daniel Krause, DO, a cardiologist with Aspirus Cardiology.

Contributed
07/18/2024 - 1:51pm
When outdoor temperatures climb, so do the risks for people with heart disease. For those affected, the summer heat is not just uncomfortable; it can be dangerous. A recent study published in American Heart Association’s Circulation journal reveals...

Oconto County Times Herald

Gillett Police Chief Shane Breitenbach prepares to get drenched as he does a turn in the dunk tank during the 2023 National Night Out event at the Gillett Public Library. This year’s event is scheduled for Aug. 8.

File | NEW Media
07/15/2024 - 5:31pm
The weekly summer community market in Gillett is really getting popular this year, the Gillett City Council was told July 11. “We have to have at least 30 vendors now every Thursday,” said Shannon Stoner, director of the Gillett Public Library. “...

SPORTS

This shy Waupaca County fawn is hesitant when a motorist stops to snap his photo. The Farmland Zone of Wisconsin, including all the counties surrounding Shawano County, has a healthy herd, with most does dropping two or even three fawns this spring. Deer hunters should have plenty of opportunities in the area.

Ross Bielema
07/18/2024 - 9:24am
Shawano, Waupaca, Marathon, Langlade and northern Oconto counties will not have an antlerless deer holiday hunt or bonus archery deer season this year, but Portage, Outagamie and the southern portion of Oconto counties will have both, according to...

Community

Reenacting a scene from “Gems of Yesteryear” are, from left, Avari Fernandez, Karen Ann Hoffman, Cedar Fernandez, Bruce Wilber Jr., Jeremiah Moses Jr., Swede Corn and Lloyd Frieson Jr. The Menominee pageant, originally performed in 1961 and revived in 2016, will be performed with new and previously recorded material July 31 at the Woodland Bowl in Keshena.

Lee Pulaski | NEW Media
07/18/2024 - 1:56pm
The Menominee Pageant Players will be going back to their beginnings as they perform their latest pageant July 31 at the Woodland Bowl in Keshena, but with some surprises. “Gems of Yesteryear,” originally produced in 1961 and chosen as the first...

OPINION

07/09/2024 - 9:30am
Many folks reading this today probably are doing so with Christian faith, and a good chunk of readers are probably looking at this column while comfortably having a roof over their heads. My hope is that a majority of readers perusing this piece are...

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