The Karner Blue Butterfly, Lycaeides Melissa Samuelis, is on the federally-endangered list.
After a lengthy discussion, the Redgranite Village Board approved a resolution opposing the elimination of a perimeter patrol position at Redgranite Correctional Institution during its regular meet
Members of the Wautoma High School Chamber Choir performed “Say Something” while accompanied by Natalie Galster on the cello during the WHS Choir Pops Concert on May 18 at the McComb/Bruchs Perform
Karissa Rettler, 10, Coloma, participated in the mock showmanship segment at the Stock Show University Fitting Clinic on May 24 at the Waushara County Fairgrounds.
Timber cutting and the removal of invasive species in the Mecan River Fisheries Area will assist the regeneration of oak and aspen trees and leave healthier stands of red and white pines, according
Wautoma High School 2014 graduate Morgan Hughes has been hired by the Waushara Argus as a summer intern.
On May 19, the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands (BCPL) approved the State Trust Fund Loan totaling $80,000 in the Town of Mt. Morris to construct a park pavilion.
Wild Rose Lions Member Judy Hobbs scholarships to three graduating seniors during the May 20 Wild Rose High School Senior Awards Ceremony held at the WRHS Auditorium.
Zephen Berger, 9, Keana Berger, 4, and Parker Kulibert, 3, show off their new balloon headwear created by Dizzy D the Clown during the EMS Open House.
Wautoma High School Choir Director Jacob Stensburg presented Zachary Kubasta and Peter Soenksen with the top WHS Choir awards during the May 18 spring Pops Concert held at the McComb/Bruchs Perform
Wild Rose High School senior Haley Anderson was presented the Semper Fidelis from U.S. Marine Sgt. Justin Smith during the band concert on May 12 during the spring concert at the WRHS Auditorium.