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Saturday's can't-miss Web content: Tangled web: Man's tales leave a trail of misery

9:46 PM, Jun. 21, 2013  |  Comments
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Menasha resident Penny Schoenke was deeply in love with Adam, her husband of 17 years, when he died in her arms after a two-year battle with cancer. Adam's death in 2009 left her and their two young sons devastated; she thought she'd never find love again.
Then a successful, single businessman entered her life. Two years after Schoenke lost her husband, she thought God had given her the gift of a new beginning. The magic didn't last long.

City Notes

Tennis players were disappointed to find that City's Parks two courts were removed just as the weather turned warm this month.

Bigger Picture: The cost of special events

Special events, parades and holiday celebrations help build community spirit across the Fox Valley, but they come at a cost to the cities and villages that host the parties.
Local governments manage public festivities in their towns through special event or street use permits and recoup what costs they can for the use of municipal resources.

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