The United Methodist Church of Poy Sippi, sponsored by the Broth Methodist Church, will host the World Day of Prayer, a worldwide ecumenical movement of women from many faith traditions who come to
The Wautoma Common Council discussed whether they should eliminate work on North Oxford Street from the 2017 street projects at their regular meeting on Feb. 13.
Wild Rose Manor resident Jeannette Wagner celebrated a major milestone on Feb. 10 – her 100th birthday.
The Central Wisconsin Youth Trap League will begin with registration/practice on Saturday, Feb. 25 and March 4 at 9 a.m.
The 7th annual Parkside Middle School Book Donation kicks off Feb. 20 and will be held through March 3.
The Friends of the Patterson Memorial Library will be hosting the world premiere showing of “Jerry Apps: Never Curse the Rain” on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the Wild Rose High School Auditorium.
The 2017 Coloma Lions Fisheree was held Feb. 11 at Pleasant Lake.
Northern: 1st place: Bryce Shultis, Coloma, 32 ½”; 2nd place: Jason Reetz, Coloma, 26 ¼”.
When Jessica Williams decided to deliver her twins at ThedaCare Medical Center-Berlin, she didn’t think twice. Two of her four other children were born at the hospital and she liked the nurses.
Wautoma Varsity Boys Basketball players Mitch Winter, Cade Peterson and Alex Hendrickson picked out their favorite books to read to Marisa Steppke’s second graders while visiting Riverview Elementa
Coloma Elementary 6th grader Taylor Flyte (left) won the Coloma and Westfield Elementary School’s annual Environmental Speaking Contest (Elementary Division), on Monday, Feb. 6.
Mitch Van Epps, a 2014 graduate of Wild Rose High School, was presented his third letter, from Luther College Football during its annual end of the year awards banquet on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Jared Drummond, Au.D., CCC-A, recently opened Affordable Audiology & Hearing Service, LLC at 7815 State Road 21/73, Wautoma.
Kyle Walker, the grandson of Bev Walker of Wautoma, will be featured on the Cerebral Palsy telethon on WBAY Channel 2 in Green Bay on Sunday, March 5.
Joe Peterson of Miller Brussell, Ebben, & Glaeske, LLC, Portage, presented the fiscal year 2015-16 financial statements to the Wautoma Area School Board during their regular meeting on Feb.
Ira Giese spoke to Wautoma Kiwanis Club members about his fishing trip during their weekly morning meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9, at Culvers.
Fourth grader Makenzie Robbert displayed a Cave of the Mounds exhibit during the Learning Fair at Wild Rose Elementary School on Friday, Feb. 10.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will be conducting a public hearing to discuss designating WIS 21, between the west Adams County line and 4th Avenue, Coloma, as a controlled access highw
Waushara County Department of Aging will once again be sponsoring the educational series, Powerful Tools for Caregivers, this spring.
Wild Rose High School Key Club members Maya Dixon and Lance Erdman helped set tables prior to the start of the Wild Rose Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, Feb.
The Neshkoro Village Board heard about the updates at the Neshkoro Public Library during their Monday, Feb. 6, regular meeting.
The Hancock Village Board listened to an update from MSA Professional Services, Inc., regarding the grant project to improve the downtown area during their regular meeting on Feb. 13.
Wautoma High School seniors Makaela Fenske and Gabby Lois were recognized for their continued dedication to the girls’ basketball program by their teammates prior to their final South Central Confe
Parkside Middle School Advanced Band students Donevin Buchkowski, Ethan Tratar and Jordan Schmidt performed the “Star Spangled Banner” during a concert at Waushara Industries in Wautoma on Friday,