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Shiocton FBLA providing leadership experience for years to come

By Sara Tischauser Editor The Shiocton Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) has been providing leadership and career opportunities for students since the organization was reactivated. “We [Shiocton FBLA] were reactivated in the 2012-13 school year with the help of…

Shiocton boys’ basketball second in Central Wisconsin Conference East after beating Bonduel

By Greg Bates Times Press sports correspondent BONDUEL – What was billed as a big game with second place on the line in the Central Wisconsin Conference East turned into a one-sided affair. With the Shiocton boys’ basketball team holding…

Shiocton student learns on the job skills

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Paige Scott is a senior at Shiocton High School who also is in her second year of the Wolf River School to Work Youth Apprenticeship Program as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Scott took her…

Accident claims life of Shiocton student

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor An accident took the life of a Shiocton student on Tuesday morning, Jan. 15. Haley Apple, 17 of Black Creek was heading south on Thede Road when she lost control of her vehicle due to…

Shiocton seniors participate in Reality Check

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Shiocton seniors participate every year in a Reality Check. On Wednesday, Jan 9 seniors were interviewed by a variety of professionals. The students are matched up to professionals with their interest in a life career.…

Crossing Guard Recognition Week Jan. 14 – 18

By Sara Tischauser and Linda Titel Editor and Assistant Editor Residents in our area are making sure to keep students safe as they come to and leave school. Since Jan. 14 – 18 is Wisconsin Adult School Crossing Guard Recognition…

Paradise Fire hits home of former Shiocton resident

By Linda Titel Assistant Editor Bill Schroeder grew up on County Road P on a small farm in Shiocton. He was one of 12 children, the son of Fred and Marie Schroeder. Schroeder enlisted in the Marine Corps and met…