After downloading instructions to their robot via computer, Anthony Ace, 7, Jack Thompson, 10, and Hollis Thompson, 12, were ready to watch it carry out their instructions at the Feb. 24 STEM night at the Wautoma Public Library.
The Wild Rose Middle School students pictured here qualified second quarter for Bringing Up Grades (B.U.G.S.), a program sponsored locally by the Wild Rose Kiwanis Club to encourage middle school students to raise their grades.
The 4th Annual Book Donation and Celebration will be held from March 3-21. New or gently used books can be dropped off at Parkside Middle School or the Argus office or call 920-787- 4577 for a pick up. Students are in need of books at many reading levels.
Assemblyman Kevin Petersen, State Senator Luther Olsen, and Tyler Vorpagel, representing U.S. Congressman Tom Petri, spoke to the crowd at the Waushara County Republican Party Annual Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner Feb. 23 at the Dakota Town Hall.
History is more than memories written on paper. The evidence of what happened in the long forgotten past is written on the earth itself. It’s up to us to reveal the clues, some right in front of us, some buried lightly beneath our feet.