Enjoy small town charm at the Redgranite Labor Day Festival packed with activities geared around the 2015 theme “Redgranite-Our Rock-The State Rock.” The festival runs from Sept.
As part of the Suicide Prevention Awareness Week, the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Redgranite Correctional Institution, Staff Suicide Prevention Sub-committee, and Employee Enhancement Comm
Wautoma resident and 2015 Alzheimer’s Caregiver of the Year, Wayne Waedekin, will be the featured speaker at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event at the World War II Memorial, Wautoma, on Sept.
The “Urban Hillbillies” took the stage at Bird Creek Park, Wautoma, for the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce and City of Wautoma year end Music in the Park performance on Aug. 27.
On June 12, Ingrid Schoenstene was speaking with a friend while working at Potter’s Bar and Bowling Alley in Hancock when her friend, Bill Sentkowski noticed she was starting to stumble over her wo
Brian Floeter, John Feeney, and Karen Simolon from the Berlin Area Health Foundation (BAHF) recently presented Jason Presto from the Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area a grant in the amou
Jane Erickson and Kent Barnard recently accepted a donation for the 2016 Wild Rose Days event from Karen West, president of the Wild Rose Kiwanis Club, on Aug.
The Poy Sippi Public Library recently held a fundraiser to help support the library, which was matched by the members of the Catholic Financial Life Branch.
Grace United Methodist Church, Wautoma, will be offering a “Music and A Message” service at the church at 5:45 p.m. each Wednesday, beginning Sept. 2.
Rick King recently accepted a donation for the Wautoma Area Fire Department Water Operations/Dive Team from The Cupboard, Wautoma.
The Wild Rose School Board approved a new request for a student to attend Wild Rose Elementary School during a special meeting held Aug. 27.