Jon Gneiser, former editor of News-Herald Media in Marshfield and Daily Tribune Media in Wisconsin Rapids, has been named publisher of the Waushara Argus.

Presley Olson and her mother, Jamie, paid a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Pine River Library of Leon and Saxeville on Dec. 12. The Friends of the Library sponsored the event providing homemade cookies, juice, a craft, and read stories.

Proudly standing next to the newly restored Boris, the Silvercryst bull, are current owners James Heck (far left) and Mike Pfaller (far right), as well as Sandie and Jerry Honl (center), Silvercryst owners from 1952-92. Jerry originally purchased the bull 47 years ago from the Sparta-based F.A.S.T. Corporation.

The iconic Wautoma landmark, Boris the Silvercryst bull, has been welcoming residents and visitors to the area since 1967. After sustaining serious damage from a car accident on Sept. 13, Boris received his welcome home from a hometown crowd awaiting his arrival at the restaurant on Dec. 17.

The Wild Rose girls’ basketball team rang the Salvation Army bells at area businesses on Dec. 17. The Ladycats added hot chocolate and carol singing to the late afternoon bell-ringing to help combat the cold temperatures.

Evelynn Niesen-Humble, 4 months, Wild Rose, meets Santa at Waushara Industries during the annual Waushara County Christmas Project Distribution Day on Dec. 18.

Pictured are: Trent Caswell, Reilly Motors sales manager; Adam Heding, Wautoma Quarterback Club; Mike Reilly, president/owner Reilly Motors; and Mike Klieforth, WHS head football coach.

Students and families participated in a Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser on Oct. 10 and raised $2,360 for the Wautoma High School Quarterback Club. During the fundraiser, held in conjunction with WHS, the Dodge brand contributed $20 for each test drive in a new 2014 Dodge Durango, Grand Caravan, Dart, or Journey. 

Proudly standing next to the newly restored Boris, the Silvercryst bull, are current owners James Heck (far left) and Mike Pfaller (far right), as well as Sandie and Jerry Honl (center), Silvercryst owners from 1952-92. Jerry originally purchased the bull 47 years ago from the Sparta-based F.A.S.T. Corporation.
Pictured are: Trent Caswell, Reilly Motors sales manager; Adam Heding, Wautoma Quarterback Club; Mike Reilly, president/owner Reilly Motors; and Mike Klieforth, WHS head football coach.

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