Many people have day-to-day struggles and work to lead healthier lives.
Reva Martinez, 35, Fond du Lac, appeared in Waushara County Circuit Court on April 26 for a plea/sentencing hearing for three counts Manufacture/Deliver Scheduled I, II Narcotics and Possession Dru
The Parkside Middle School eighth grade math team took second place at the four-school math competition held at Adams-Friendship on April 27.
On April 27, the Parkside Middle School seventh grade math team took home first place at the Adams-Friendship math competition.
The Parkside Middle School sixth grade math team took second place at the four-team math competition held at Adams-Friendship on April 27.
A new Habitat for Humanity home was dedicated in Wild Rose on May 1. The most recent home built by Habitat for Humanity in Green Lake, Marquette, and Waushara Counties.
The Poy Sippi Betterman Foundation will be installing new banners on Main Street in Poy Sippi. Pictured with the new banners is Jerry Strehlow, director, and Reggie Virgin, president.
Twelve Wautoma High School Art students from Preston Miller and Emily Rich’s arts, metals, jewelry and photo classes competed in the South Central Conference (SCC) Art Show at the Ho-Chunk Conventi
Each day at the new 37-bed Juliette Manor in Berlin, the Boldt construction crew continues to make progress for the targeted completion and move in date of June 9.
On May 1, the Mt.
The local Awana club, which meets at the Grace United Methodist Church, Wautoma, each Wednesday after school from October through April, held the final meeting and awards dinner for the school year
Kip Gerrits, a native Wisconsin singer and guitarist, will once again perform his varied musical genre at Wild Rose Days on July 23.