In September, CSA/Central Security Alarms, LLC d/b/a/ CSA Wireless, an exclusive authorized agent for U.S. Cellular, in Waupun and Wautoma, Wisconsin was notified they had won the National U.S.
Charter One announced that Michigan Technological student Theodore Kretzmann, Poy Sippi, has been selected as a recipient of its fourth annual TruFit Good Citizen $5,000 Scholarship.
On Oct. 13, a Waushara County Highway Department truck rolled over off the shoulder of 4th Avenue, Town of Coloma. No one was injured in the accident.
St. John’s Lutheran Church, Almond, will be holding their Fall Dinner on Sunday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Mayville Engineering Company, Inc. (MEC) was recognized on Oct. 8 during the annual Wisconsin 75 event. MEC ranked number 42 on the list of largest closely held companies in Wisconsin.
Local bestselling author Jerry Apps will be the guest of honor at a book release party for his newest novel, “The Great Sand Fracas of Ames County”, Thursday, Oct.
The Almond Village Board meeting was held Monday, Oct. 13, in the municipal building.
At the Oct.
Lana Scott, 4, Wautoma, and Taryn Mallon, Beaver Dam, pose next to the scarecrow designed by Ace Hardware during the Neshkoro Scarecrow Festival.
George Henke addressed the Neshkoro Village Board during the Oct.
The Hancock Village Board meeting was held on Monday, Oct.13 at 7 p.m. The board discussed the speed limit on N. Lake Street, with Sue Dietz making a motion to reduce the speed to 25 mph.