Dekota Doman, 4 months, Wautoma, meets Santa Claus for the first time during the annual Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Breakfast with Santa event held at the World War II Memorial, Wautoma, on Nov. 28.

Nelson Family Tree Farm owners Gary and Joanne Nelson, Wild Rose, presented a Christmas Tree to Kristine Kealiher, Hancock, her son Jacob, and Navy Veteran Paul Kealiher (not pictured) at the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma, on Nov. 28.

County Cupboard Manager Linda Lindell presented a donation to World War II Memorial Building Committee Chairman Russ Nero and Tommy Bohler, City of Wautoma administrator/clerk/treasurer, for the purchase of a new 12-foot pre-lit artificial Christmas tree for the lobby at the World War II Memorial

Redgranite Elementary School students, teachers, parents, and siblings were invited to participate in the annual Turkey Trot on Nov. 24 in celebration of the upcoming Thanksgiving break.

On Nov. 25, a fire broke out in the garage of a house located at 5653 Cedar Trail, Spring Lake. The fire was contained and two people were transported to the hospital with minor burns.

The Wild Rose Kiwanis representative Jane Erickson (center) recently donated $1,065 to two classrooms in the Wild Rose Middle/High School to help with the purchase of new equipment.



Wautoma freshman Alex Hendrickson sinks his fourth 3-pointer against Berlin in the second half of the non-conference home game on Nov. 24. Hendrickson finished the game with 12 points.

The Wautoma boys’ basketball team played host to their non-conference neighbors the Berlin Indians to open the 2015-16 season.


The annual Tri-County High School will present “Hospital Hijinx” written by Eugene Jackson at 7 p.m. Dec. 4 and 5 in the Tri-County High School Auditorium.