The County of Waushara, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will coordinate a Prescription Drug Take-Back initiative on Satu
The 65th National Day of Prayer will be held at noon on May 5 at the Waushara County Courthouse for anyone who wishes to come together for an unprecedented opportunity to see the Lord’s healing and
The Almond-Bancroft School Board and community members briefly discussed the potential of closing the Bancroft school and the board’s options regarding the topic during their regular meeting in the
The Westfield High School Forensics team concluded a successful season at the state festival at UW-Madison on April 15.
Members of the Wautoma High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of WHS Instrumental Music Director Kristin Albright, performed “Orange Sherbet” during the South Central Conference (SCC) Top 1
Rosanne Lowrie, APNP, recently joined the Wautoma-based Family Health/La Clinica (FHLC) as a family nurse practitioner, specializing in women’s health, and is acceptoing new patients.
After a report from Paul Mertz, who recently stepped down as board member and Parks/Cemetery Committee and Police/Fire Committee member, and a discussion among current board members at the April 19
The Almond-Bancroft School Board said goodbye to board members Cathy Guth and Jeanette Wilson during their final school board meeting at the Almond School on April 20.
An emergency situation Berlin Memorial Hospital leadership hopes they never have to deal with, but yet know they need to be prepared for is an active shooter situation.
Ever since the tornado of 1992 the community has had the 4th Saturday Lunch. There have been many people who have served as coordinators of this event throughout the years.
On April 21, representatives from the Red Fox Polar Plunge organization presented representatives of the ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Wild Rose with a $6,000 donation from the Jan.