September 2, 2014

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Waushara County Fair Demo Derby

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Wautoma senior sees no need for an addition to community kitchen
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 6:43 AM

To the editor,

I recently read the article in your “letters to the editor,” with regard to the addition onto the kitchen where they cook the meals for the mealsites and meals on wheels.

Mayor's Corner
Written by by: Mayor John Nixon   
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 6:48 AM

The City of Wautoma Mayor, John Nixon, would like to know your concerns with city government and the issues facing the city.   Do you have concerns about the sewer/water, streets, millpond, buildings, parking lots, parks, splash pad, WWII Memorial, etc.  The questions and concerns for the mayor can be sent anonymously to:  Wautoma City Issues c/o Waushara Argus, P.O. Box 838, Wautoma, WI  54982.

Area resident voices concern about senior kitchen addition
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 5:50 AM

To the Editor,

After I read about the county board asking for bids for the ‘kitchen addition,’ I was compelled to write. I, like a great deal of the population in Waushara County, is busy with life and do not always keep up with the comings and goings of the county board but this particular decision makes no sense dollar-wise.

Show your appreciation on National Doctor’s Day
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 5:49 AM

To the Editor:

Doctors play an important role in our lives. March 30 is set aside each year as National Doctor’s Day, a time for all of us to stop and show appreciation to the men and women who are there to help us at every stage of our lives.

Local control of siting of livestock facilities taken away
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 6:51 AM

To the Editor:

The Wisconsin Livestock Siting Law passed in 2004 and implemented by Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection  (DATCP) 51 in 2006 effectively took away local control of the siting of livestock facilities within our communities in favor of making a more predictable statewide rule and path for the expansion of large Concentrated Animal Feed Operations (CAFOs) more commonly known as Factory Farms.  By looking at expansion of the industry alone,  the law has been a success, the CAFO industry has grown from only 2 CAFO’s in Wisconsin in 1995 to over 235 today.