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Juror Appreciation Month: A Letter of Appreciation
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 9:56 AM

As the Clerk of Court for Waushara County, I would like to extend a special Thank You to the 1,500 Waushara County citizens whose participation in the jury process throughout 2013 ensures that our Constitution’s fundamental guarantee of one’s right to a fair trial is alive and well in central Wisconsin.

 
Chase congratulates Tustin BBQ team on job well done
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 9:54 AM

I just would like to congratulate the Tustin Chicken Barbecue team. They had the best chicken this summer, of all the chicken barbecues that I went to, again this year as in every year. Everyone says the same thing, it’s no wonder they sell out so early–everyone is getting to know how good it is year after year.

 
Coloma residents against incoming slaughterhouse
Tuesday, September 03, 2013 10:07 AM

On Aug. 22, the Waushara County Zoning and Planning  Board voted to rezone the old Coloma Meats property from Agriculture to M-1 Intensive Manufacturing. Although many people attended the meeting to voice their concerns and ask the board to deny the rezoning, the board members chose to approve Jesse Kessinich’s application. Coloma property owners collected 114 signatures on a petition and there were more than 12 letters submitted by citizens against this change of zoning as well as seven people that chose to speak. Kessinich, an employee, an investor, and an official from Pineries Bank, whom he is purchasing the building from, spoke in favor of the project. No neighbors attended that voiced a favorable opinion.

 
Keep kids safe on their way back to school
Written by Julia Lassa, State Senator   
Tuesday, September 03, 2013 10:06 AM

With the excitement of a new school year beginning, it can be easy for kids to forget to put safety first.  It’s a good time to review a few basic safety tips to help get the new school year off to a good start.

 
Thank your law enforcement members and servicemen and women
Tuesday, September 03, 2013 10:05 AM

“Pastor Dan, we have a real bad situation here in Wautoma and it’s in your home.” Sheriff’s Deputy Lafe Hendrickson (also our youth director) called my cell phone just as Marie and I were finishing dinner on a patio at the Hilton Hotel in Marco Island, FL. The dangerous events were just unfolding as he called. They needed to know what kind of weapons I had in the house. Like many others in the area, I hunt. I told Lafe I had a 12-gauge shotgun, a 9mm pistol and my hunting rifle, a Colt Sauer 30-06 with a very good scope and a lot of power. My greatest fear was the young man finding my ammunition and harming someone, particularly a police officer or one of our neighbors. I know a squad car door or a typical bulletproof vest would not stop that much power.

 
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