The St. John’s Church Youth Group, Saxeville, will hold their first-ever Noodles and Doodles on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the church located at W4570 County Road A in Saxeville.
The Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will host the 18th annual Fall Color Hike & Dog Walk on Oct. 8 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Deerfield segment of the Ice Age Trail.
Samsel Ltd. will be holding Chainsaw Safety Classes this fall to learn to bore cut and fell trees safely.
Within the past month two people have died due to confined spaces and toxic gases. On Aug. 15 a rural Amherst farmer died near a manure storage from acute exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas.
The days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting cooler.
Four individuals have been selected as Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Excellence in Ag finalists and will compete in December for the top honor.
Gabriela “Gaby” Barcenas, Wautoma, spoke to the Woman-Minskey American Legion Auxiliary Unit 317 during their Sept.
While the Wautoma Regional Center lies in the outermost regions of the Fox Valley Technical College district, all eyes are on a new hybrid initiative that boasts the power to propel high school cre
The Wild Rose Historical Society had this scene displayed in front of the Elisha Stewart home (part of the museum) for the Sept. 17 Classic Car Show and beyond.
Wild Rose Lions Butch Hobbs, Wayne Morgan and Kathy Schmid presented Mary Kusche of the Friends of Roberts Park a check for $200 on Sept.
I just wanted to take this opportunity to reintroduce myself, and my office. I am Bill Rosenaut,* the Waushara County Veterans Services Officer, and my office is (oddly enough) the County Veterans