Emily Lauer, 7, and her sister, Maria, 9, Plainfield, came to the kid’s tent to get some balloons during their break at the 29th Annual Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 26.
JAKEFEST will take place on Saturday, August 6 at First Chance Last Chance Salloon, Highway 21, Redgranite.
The Waushara County Register of Deeds office is responsible for examining, recording, indexing and maintaining all Land Records, Certified Survey Maps, Plat/Subdivision Maps, Military Discharge Pap
Chairman of the Waushara County June Dairy Breakfast Bill Deppe presented an appreciation plaque to the dairy breakfast hosts, Holly and Kevin Krentz, during the event on Sunday, June 26.
Shelly and Phill Butler, Plainfield, chat with Vicki Martin, center, when they stopped at the Wild Rose flea market on Main Street on June 18.
The Hancock/Coloma American Legion 343 will be conducting a drawing for a patriotic quilt, pillow and stand that are pictured here with Lucille Vezina.
The Redgranite Village Board approved an increase in annual alcohol, beer, and cigarette licenses at the June 21 board meeting. Village Clerk Christy Groskreutz compared Redgranite’s rates to thos
Jack Eagan capped off his Wautoma high school career with a Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-Star South team victory over the North All-Stars, 11-9, on June 24.
On June 14, 2016, Flag Day, the Neshkoro Lions Club in conjunction with the Village of Neshkoro, VFW Post 10892, and American Legion Post 432 saw a new 35-foot flagpole dedicated at Stan-O-Gene Par
Poy Sippi Lions holds installation of Officers for the 2016-2017 year.
These Little Sprouts board members served as the Summer Bash Planning Committee and posed for a picture at the event on Friday, June 24: Amy Vetrone, board president; Melissa Gustin, board treasure
The First Congregational United Church of Christ, Redgranite, recently held a brat and hamburger sale. All of the proceeds, $751.05, from the sale were given to local charities.