Plainfield firefighter Eric Talley and Assistant Fire Chief Dan Miller participate in the 2015 State Waterfight Championships held in Veteran’s Park during the Plainfield Fireman’s Jamboree on Aug. 22.

Wautoma High School Class of 2016 Student Council President Kaylie Marks and Vice President Tyler Bandtl stand next to the new school motto banner now hanging in the entry way to the high school. The motto states, “This is my school. Make me PROUD of it, Make it PROUD of me.”

With the 2015-16 school year being Tom Rheinheimer’s first full year as principal at Wautoma High School and Jennifer Johnson’s first year as the vice principal, the students will not only see an entirely new look to the building but will also be acclimating themselves with the changes that have

Wautoma High School Class of 2016 Student Council President Kaylie Marks and Vice President Tyler Bandtl stand next to the new school motto banner now hanging in the entry way to the high school. The motto states, “This is my school. Make me PROUD of it, Make it PROUD of me.”
Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center President Terry Liska recently accepted a check from Wautoma ShopKo Hometown Manager Mark Hall. With the donation, ShopKo became the newest member of the Gem Program for 2015-16.

The Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center recently started the Gem Program, a program that allows local businesses and corporations to make a donation to help the nonprofit senior center.

Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center President Terry Liska recently accepted a check from Wautoma ShopKo Hometown Manager Mark Hall. With the donation, ShopKo became the newest member of the Gem Program for 2015-16.
Brian Fauske of Rise Leadership gave an update on the response to surveys completed by county employees at the regular board meeting on Aug. 18.

Brian Fauske, President of Rise Leadership, LLC, expressed how important the planning and goal setting program is for the employees currently underway in all county departments. Fauske spoke at the regular board meeting held Aug.

Brian Fauske of Rise Leadership gave an update on the response to surveys completed by county employees at the regular board meeting on Aug. 18.

The Plainfield United Methodist Church Youth group took a mission trip to Fort Collins, CO, from June 29 to July 7. While there, the group worked at a homeless shelter and at Harvest Farm, a 209-acre farm and rehabilitation facility for men recovering from substance abuse addictions.

Wautoma High School Class of 2016 Student Council President Kaylie Marks and Vice President Tyler Bandtl stand next to the new school motto banner now hanging in the entry way to the high school. The motto states, “This is my school. Make me PROUD of it, Make it PROUD of me.”
Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center President Terry Liska recently accepted a check from Wautoma ShopKo Hometown Manager Mark Hall. With the donation, ShopKo became the newest member of the Gem Program for 2015-16.
Brian Fauske of Rise Leadership gave an update on the response to surveys completed by county employees at the regular board meeting on Aug. 18.

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While returning a Wild Rose Wildcat punt late in first quarter on Aug. 21, Andrew Henschel forced a fumble and recovered the ball for Wild Rose against an Oshkosh Lourdes player. Wild Rose went on to win the game 18-10.

The Wild Rose Wildcats sustained a late game threat by the Oshkosh Lourdes Knights, but preserved an 18-10 lead for the win with a timely interception during their 2015 home opener held Aug.

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Wautoma High School Class of 2016 Student Council President Kaylie Marks and Vice President Tyler Bandtl stand next to the new school motto banner now hanging in the entry way to the high school. The motto states, “This is my school. Make me PROUD of it, Make it PROUD of me.”

With the 2015-16 school year being Tom Rheinheimer’s first full year as principal at Wautoma High School and Jennifer Johnson’s first year as the vice principal, the students will not only see an e