Wild Rose Community Memorial Hospital has been honored by iVantage Health Analytics and the National Organization of State Office of Rural Health for overall excellence in quality for scoring in th
Hope Lutheran, Wautoma, held a celebration for the 102nd birthday of Rosalie Dahlen on Nov. 29. Rosalie was treated with cards, flowers and gifts.
The 5th annual Patriotic/Veterans tree is up once again at the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma.
The annual Tri-County High School will present “Hospital Hijinx” written by Eugene Jackson at 7 p.m. Dec. 4 and 5 in the Tri-County High School Auditorium.
On Dec. 12, Santa will be at Shopko Hometown, Wautoma, to visit with area children and be available for photos from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Nelson Family Tree Farm owners Gary and Joanne Nelson, along with their family, donated Christmas Trees to area veterans for the second year on Nov.
Kayla, Kendra and Kinley Brom, Coloma, shop at It’s a Poppin’ during the Westfield Taste and Tour on Nov. 28.
All bundled up, Josie and Dominic Follis prepare for the Coloma Christmas Parade to begin on Nov. 28.
The students and faculty at Westfield Area High School are busy creating stoneware soup bowls for the annual “Bowls for Hunger” soup supper to be held Monday, Dec. 7.
Wild Rose Lions Club and Wild Rose Kiwanis Club will be battling it out for bragging rights in a competition to decide who is able to raise the most money for the Salvation Army Bell-Ringing Campai
Wautoma Area Christian Women’s Club (CWC) invites area residents to put on their holiday best and share in a celebration of friendship at the Silvercryst Restaurant in Wautoma at noon on Wednesday,