Almond-Bancroft junior Cole Warzynski prepares to block an Owen-Withee Blackhawk defender after Eagle center Christian Noth snaps the ball to Wyatt Richtmyre in their 21-55 WIAA semi-final loss on Nov. 15.

As the snow started falling and temperatures started dropping, the Almond-Bancroft Eagles and the Owen-Withee Blackhawks took the field at DC Everest Stiehn Stadium in Schofield to play the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) semi-final. 

Wautoma High School junior Demetrius Pinkston and senior Nathaniel Loging were recently awarded the 2014 South Central Conference Football Defensive and Offensive Players of the Year. Pinkston received the SCC Defensive Player of the Year award having played on the defensive line.

Winnifred (Faith Klick) sings “Shy” to the knights and ladies in waiting along with knights during the Nov. 13-15 production of “Once Upon a Mattress” at Wild Rose High School. 

SLSD employees perform DNR required tests on the wastewater that’s coming into the plant as well as the treated water that’s safe to discharge into the White River.

 

Without the Silver Lake Sanitary District (SLSD) and its wastewater treatment facility, property values around the Wautoma area’s five lakes would likely be in the toilet.

Kindergartners Val Steinfort, Gage Gehn, Shelby Gibson, and John Steckbauer sing the "Star Spangled Banner" during the Coloma Veterans Day Program. 

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Available for the check presentation of $2,500 were Ron Seeger, Allen Scheef, Wild Rose Fish Hatchery Propagation Supervisor Randy Larson, and Bob Wildman.

The Wild Rose Fish Hatchery received a special donation from Salmon Unlimited of Wisconsin on Nov. 13 to help enhance the raising of salmon. Salmon Unlimited was formed 41 years ago, and dedicated itself to the world of boating and fishing.

Almond-Bancroft junior Cole Warzynski prepares to block an Owen-Withee Blackhawk defender after Eagle center Christian Noth snaps the ball to Wyatt Richtmyre in their 21-55 WIAA semi-final loss on Nov. 15.
SLSD employees perform DNR required tests on the wastewater that’s coming into the plant as well as the treated water that’s safe to discharge into the White River.
Available for the check presentation of $2,500 were Ron Seeger, Allen Scheef, Wild Rose Fish Hatchery Propagation Supervisor Randy Larson, and Bob Wildman.

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