Visitors planning trips to Wisconsin’s 119 Rustic Roads have more information than ever. The 2016 Rustic Roads Guide has been converted into an interactive guide.
On Thursday evening, Oct. 20, the Wautoma Area Fire Department will be going door to door from 5-7 p.m. in the area of St. Marie St., east to 17th Dr. and north of Main St.
The Youth and Family Outreach Program along with several area women ages 8-95 were inspired to start a “pillow case dress” ministry through the leading of a local Orphan Grain Train ministry.
The Waushara County Crime Stoppers is looking for assistance in finding a wanted person. Kevin M.
Assistant Fire Chief Cody Johnson teaches four-year-old Rylan Schwartzman, Hancock, how to use a fire extinguisher to put out a small fire during a fire safety education event at the Hancock Fire S
Dean Gruner, MD, president and CEO of ThedaCare since April 2008, has announced his plans to retire. Dr.
“If today was your last day, what last wish or fun thing would you want to do?”
Riverview Elementary students received a special visit last week from the Wautoma Area Fire Department.
On Oct. 15, the Wautoma/Wild Rose Cross Country teams competed at the six-school South Central Conference (SCC) Cross Country Championships held at Mauston High School.
Tri-County varsity girl’s volleyball players waitressed at Budda’s, Plainfield, on Wednesday, Oct. 12 for a team fundraiser.
The Wild Rose School Board received a report from Jeff Murphy, the district’s athletic director, during an Oct. 13 meeting held at Pleasant View Elementary.