Wild Rose High School track star, Bre Marchan, signed a letter of intent to attend Marquette University. Bre received a four-year track scholarship where she will be competing in the high jump. Her major will be in Biology.

As high school days draw to a close for seniors, their focus is on finishing up this year,  finals, graduation heading off to college or tech school, enlisting in the military or going into the workforce.

Wild Rose High School track star, Bre Marchan, signed a letter of intent to attend Marquette University. Bre received a four-year track scholarship where she will be competing in the high jump. Her major will be in Biology.

Katie Neuman, Neenah, (center) posed with her supporters and running partner, Aaron Hunnel, Appleton, following the completion of the Jailbreak Marathon at the Waushara County Fairgrounds, Wautoma, on April 30 with a time of 3:49:56.

On April 30, approximately 35-40 area residents gathered at the Coloma Library to attend a brainstorming meeting to come up with ideas on how to keep a local grocery store open in Coloma. 

McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center Interim Executive Director Connie Waterman recently announced Josiah Tropp as the new executive director of the PAC in Wautoma. Waterman, who has been serving the community as executive director for the past nine years and has been associated in some way with the PAC for 25 years, looks forward to retirement and the future of the PAC under Tropp’s direction.

Josiah Tropp recently took over as executive director of the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, as Connie Waterman is stepping down after nine years in the position.

McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center Interim Executive Director Connie Waterman recently announced Josiah Tropp as the new executive director of the PAC in Wautoma. Waterman, who has been serving the community as executive director for the past nine years and has been associated in some way with the PAC for 25 years, looks forward to retirement and the future of the PAC under Tropp’s direction.

Jailbreak Marathon 1-Mile Kid’s Fun Run kicked off at the Waushara County Fairgrounds on Saturday, April 30.

Riverview Elementary second grader Naomi Lerma is fitted with a bike helmet by UW-Oshkosh senior nursing student Laruen Foellings during the Riverview Elementary School Bike Rodeo held on April 28.

Wild Rose High School track star, Bre Marchan, signed a letter of intent to attend Marquette University. Bre received a four-year track scholarship where she will be competing in the high jump. Her major will be in Biology.
McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center Interim Executive Director Connie Waterman recently announced Josiah Tropp as the new executive director of the PAC in Wautoma. Waterman, who has been serving the community as executive director for the past nine years and has been associated in some way with the PAC for 25 years, looks forward to retirement and the future of the PAC under Tropp’s direction.

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Wild Rose High School track star, Bre Marchan, signed a letter of intent to attend Marquette University. Bre received a four-year track scholarship where she will be competing in the high jump. Her major will be in Biology.

As high school days draw to a close for seniors, their focus is on finishing up this year,  finals, graduation heading off to college or tech school, enlisting in the military or going into the wor

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The Parkside Middle School eighth grade math team took second place at the four-school math competition held at Adams-Friendship on April 27.