For Harv Reilly, owning his own dealership, and calling it Reilly Motors was a dream of his since he was in high school.  Harv started working with cars at the age of 12 with his dad.

On May 13, many Hancock community members gathered to begin building a playground and basketball court at the Hancock Community Center, 420 N. Jefferson Street. With over 130 donors and 38 volunteers throughout the day, a 20-year dream for some Hancock residents has finally come true.

On May 14, the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Management Program Bureau Director Justine Hasz (center) presented the We Really Kare Fishing Club the External Partner Award for their continued outstanding service toward stocking, fisheries habitat enhancement and fish

The Hancock/Coloma American Legion Post 343 placed two parking signs for Purple Heart Wounded Veterans at the Hancock War Memorial Plaza on Saturday, May 14th. Located between the Hancock Library and Sneaky Pete’s, the area is dedicated to veterans with several displays.

The Wild Rose boy’s track team came away with the Central Wisconsin Conference-10 Championship after racking up 220 points during the conference track meet held in Wild Rose on May 14.

Riverview Elementary School students Faith Davis, Liam Thompson, Olivia Miller, Noah Reepsdorf, Marshal Woyak, Lyril Hanneder, and Madalyn Reetz perform “It’s a Jungle Out There” during the spring musical held at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, on May 11.



Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader was the guest speaker at the D.A.R.E. graduation held in the Parkside gymnasium, Wautoma, on May 20.