The Shawano Leader

Members of the Wolf River Lutheran High School senior class take their seats at the beginning of their May 17 graduation ceremony.

Warren Bluhm | NEW Media
05/20/2024 - 11:04am
The small size of the Wolf River Lutheran High School Class of 2024 meant that each graduate could be given special attention during the private school’s May 17 commencement ceremony. Nine seniors walked across the stage in the school gymnasium to...

Wittenberg Enterprise & Birnamwood News

Alexander Soper marches confidently to the stage with his classmates and community members behind him to get his diploma May 17 at Tigerton High School. He was one of 11 students receiving diplomas at the ceremony.

Lee Pulaski | NEW Media
05/20/2024 - 10:55am
Each of the 11 graduates honored at the May 17 Tigerton High School commencement stepped through an arch of purple, silver and black balloons, marking the conclusion of their secondary education and stepping through the door to the rest of their...

Oconto County Times Herald

Isabella Rennie, who served in 2021, places the tiara on Grace Seefeldt’s head declaring her 2024 Oconto County Fairest of the Fair. Fellow contestants, from left, Georgia Gerndt, Kathryn Raddatz and Amber Seitz, look on. Seitz was named Fair Attendant as the runner-up.

Warren Bluhm | NEW Media
05/20/2024 - 11:11am
Grace Seefeldt, a graduate of Lena High School, was selected from among four contestants May 18 to serve as 2024 Fairest of the Fair for the Oconto County Youth Fair. Seefeldt, daughter of Dale and Becky Seefeldt, was active in FFA and 4-H in high...

SPORTS

05/20/2024 - 3:07pm
May 16 Clintonville 11, Menominee Indian 4 The Eagles saw their season come to an end with an 11-4 loss to Clintonville in WIAA Division 3 regional action. Menominee Indian was the No. 10 seed, and the Truckers were No. 7. Menominee Indian ended the...

Community

Kenneth Shingler is retiring from education for a second time after spending over 20 years at the College of Menominee Nation.

Contributed
05/20/2024 - 10:36am
Kenneth Shingler has made a lot of life-changing decisions. For 58 years, he has steered area high school and college students along their educational journeys. The time has come for Shingler to officially call it a career. Born in Clintonville,...

OPINION

05/09/2024 - 5:26pm
There’s a saying out there that sometimes, when you think you’ve hit rock bottom, somebody throws you a shovel. That expression springs to mind whenever I see the latest news on Kristi Noem, governor for South Dakota and someone aspiring to be...