The Shawano Leader

A pair of Canadian geese, along with their goslings, roam around a grassy area in Smalley Park on May 13 looking for food. The geese have long been an issue for the city of Shawano at the park and Huckleberry Harbor, and after years of trying more humane methods, the Shawano Common Council approved asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services to round up and eradicate the geese.

(Lee Pulaski | NEW Media)
05/13/2021 - 10:02am
The Shawano Common Council signed off May 12 on a plan recommended by the city parks and recreation commission that could euthanize some of the geese that have clung to Smalley Park and Huckleberry Harbor and refused to let go. During summer months...

Wittenberg Enterprise & Birnamwood News

Olyvia Stark, a junior at Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School, holds her hands close together to help shape the wet clay that will become one of her bowls during a demonstration at the high school’s Retrospective event May 5.

(Lee Pulaski | NEW Media)
05/11/2021 - 1:33pm
Works of art, rocking chairs, finished quilts, pigs in pens and even a tiny house were among some of the sights that visitors to Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School saw during the school’s Retrospective presentation May 5. Retrospective allows the...

Oconto County Times Herald

Nicole Brewer
05/12/2021 - 1:51pm
A Pulaski area woman has been sentenced to spend nine years in prison, followed by 18 years of extended supervision, in connection with harm that befell children at her unlicensed home child-care service. Nicole M. Brewer, 37, pleaded no contest and...