Crandon and Phelps Co-Champs of Northern Lakes Conference

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Crandon and Phelps Co-Champs of Northern Lakes Conference

The Crandon Varsity boys basketball team played a three-game marathon to capture the title of Co-Champions of the Northern Lakes Conference. Cards took their first game against Goodman-Pembine 84 to 43. Deion Okrasinski started the first night, Feb 5, by making a quick two points for the Crandon
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Florence holds pep rally for Hometown Hero Englund

Students and community gathered Feb. 7 to in support of Nita Englund, Florence High School's 2010 Valedictorian who is part of Team USA at this year's Winter Olympics. Englund competed on Monday Feb. 12 in Pyeongchang, finishing 31st in the women's competition. Englund's mother Julia, father
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Why your favorite publishers have disappeared from your Facebook feed and how to get them back

How many pages do you “Like” on Facebook? How often do you see posts from them? If you've been on Facebook for a while, you've probably noticed the pages you like are almost absent from your newsfeed. This is by design. In January, Facebook announced changes to the algorithm it uses to
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Lechnir and Schultz to split principal post

Chris Lechnir and Kirby Schultz will be sharing the position of Crandon Middle School and High School Principal. Schultz and brother-in-law Lechnir will serve as co-principals, replacing the position vacated by Andy Space. Lechnir comes from the Wisconsin Dells area. He is currently between jobs.
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Flyaway Books Offers a Fresh, Diverse Voice in Children's Publishing

Flyaway Books Offers a Fresh, Diverse Voice in Children's Publishing Flyaway Books, a sister imprint of Westminster John Knox Press, is now live. Flyaway Books offers titles that carry themes of diversity, inclusion, self-esteem, kindness, compassion, and care for our world. Many of the books in the new
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Valve Removes Publisher's Games For Manipulating Review Scores

After a Reddit thread surfaced claiming Insel Games' CEO Patrick Streppel was forcing employees to purchase and leave positive reviews of its games on Steam last year, Valve announced it was removing all of the publisher's titles from the platform.
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