The Waushara Argus appointed Bree Kotolski as news editor on May 23.
The Waushara Argus hired Emilie Heidemann as their summer intern on May 23. Heidemann will be a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh this fall.
Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett brought to the attention to the supervisors his continued concern over the drugs within the county and the number of drug arrests and search warrants executed sinc
The Wautoma Public Library Fundraising Com-mittee is in the midst of planning the 8th Annual Taste of Wautoma. Mark your calendars, as the date will be here in no time.
Britany Gunderson is wrapping up her senior at Wautoma High School and in the fall she will attend UW Milwaukee to begin studying film and photography, passions she has had since receiving her firs
For the third consecutive year, members of the Wild Rose Classic Car Show are HEROES for their local American Red Cross.
Wild Rose High School seniors, Erica Carlson and Faith Klick were recently presented with several first place awards at the Wisconsin School Music Association State Solo & Ensemble in Stevens P
The swish of a basketball through a hoop: it’s a sound that hasn’t been heard in Hancock, for decades.
Medvan Transport LLC, Neshkoro, celebrated the expansion and grand opening of Neshkoro Tanning and Caregiver Training Center.
With a recommendation coming from the county department heads, the Waushara County Board of Supervisors approved to post public notices instead of printing them in the Waushara Argus, unless it has
Queen Julie Walczak, Wautoma and King Roger Mankowski, Wild Rose