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First Lutheran Church to host Community Game Nite PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 04, 2014 6:15 AM

The First Lutheran Church in Poy Sippi will be hosting Community Game Nite Feb. 8 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

 
Governor Walker appoints Jeffrey Nett, Wautoma, as the county sheriff effective Wednesday, Jan. 29 PDF Print E-mail

On Jan. 27 a release from Governor Scott Walker announced that Lt. Jeff Nett, from the Waushara County Sheriff’s Department was appointed as the Waushara County Sheriff to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Sheriff David Peterson.

 
Camp LuWiSoMo offers shelter during state of emergency PDF Print E-mail

Camp LuWiSoMo, Wild Rose, is offering free food and shelter for those in need during the winter sub-zero temperatures.

 
Over 75 residents attended Coloma public meeting on DOT bridge closures PDF Print E-mail

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation held a meeting at the Anna Follett Community Center in Coloma on  Jan. 23. The public meeting allowed the residents to ask questions about the proposed bridge projects that will be taking place in Coloma.

 
Senator Olsen visits Kendall as part of “Take Your Legislator to Work” PDF Print E-mail

Senator Luther Olsen visited Clint Kendall at Wild Rose Manor in Wild Rose on Jan. 24 as part of the “Take Your Legislator to Work Campaign”, organized each year by the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities.

Last Updated on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 7:49 AM
 
Free Tax Assistance Programs available to area residents PDF Print E-mail

CAP Services is now taking appointments for free tax assistance for income-eligible individuals and families in Waushara County. Tax preparation services will begin on Jan. 31 and will be offered at the CAPsell Center, Wautoma.

 
Governor Walker orders further action in response to propane shortage PDF Print E-mail

After a meeting on Jan. 27 with representatives from the propane industry and state government officials, Governor Scott Walker instructed the Department of Administration’s Division of Energy Services to release an additional $7 million in energy assistance benefits, for a total of $8.5 million in additional funds, to help support low-income Wisconsin residents who use propane to heat their homes.

 
Department of Natural Resources environmental review of Hancock SDWLP PDF Print E-mail

The Village of Hancock is a loan applicant for funding through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP) to address deficiencies in the public drinking water system. The project is for construction for a new well (well Number 2), well house, connecting main, rehabilitation of well Number 2 and water main replacements.

 
Waushara County Food Pantry receives donations from local businesses PDF Print E-mail

Rick King, director of the Waushara County Food Pantry, receives donations from Milk Specialties Global,  LifeQuest and Silvercryst.

 
Update on condition of Hope the eagle that was rescued in Wautoma PDF Print E-mail

Candy Bandt, the person that found an eagle alongside the road in distress, visited the eagle now named Hope at the Raptor Education Group, Inc. (REGI) in Antigo on Jan. 23 and delivered a donation check to help defray care costs.

 
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