by Melanie R. Stake, Waushara County Clerk
Network Health, the Wisconsin-based health insurance company, and ThedaCare, the Appleton-based community-owned health system, have agreed to a contract extension for Network Health members to acce
Teri Sullivan, Wild Rose, was the first place winner of the complete ski/snowboard package donated by Farmer’s State Bank, Wild Rose, during the Family Ski Day at Nordic Mountain on Jan. 31.
On Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 at 12:56 p.m. the Wautoma Police Department took a report of domestic abuse call involving a shotgun being pointed at a victim.
Almond-Bancroft Booster Club member Scott Kollock gave an update and began discussions on how to improve communications among coaches, school board members, and the booster club during the regular
Wild Rose Lions members Dave Przekurat, past president; Beu Butzlaff; and Tom Spanbaner, president, recently presented a check to Marty Lee for the Waushara County Food Pantry.
Tri-County District Administrator Tony Marinack addressed the Tri-County School Board regarding open enrollment during the regular meeting held at the District Office on Jan. 26.
At about 3:48 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 31, the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office was advised of an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) that had broken through the ice on Big Green Lake.
Members of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Wautoma, will be part of history when they attend the 9:30 a.m.
Timothy Farvour, 29, Redgranite, appeared in front of Waushara County Circuit Court Judge Guy Dutcher with his attorney John B. Selsing on Jan.
This 11”x14” framed and autographed Jared Abbrederis photo is only one of the many silent and live auction items that will be featured at the annual Winter Flurry on Feb. 20, from 5-10 p.m.
Pastor Jacob Gawlik, the new minister at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Coloma, will be available for coffee and conversation at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 5 in the Coloma Hotel living room.