Bullshidders Saloon burned to the ground following an early morning fire on Monday, Jan. 16.
The Almond-Bancroft Student Council will be hosting a food drive to support the Joseph’s Hope Community Food Pantry during the Jan.
The Hancock Lions Club will offer cash prizes in four categories of fish as well as a cash prize for the smallest catch of the day at the annual fisheree Saturday, Jan. 28 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wautoma High School Junior Drum Major Amanda Zhang led the Wautoma High School Pep Band and Parkside Middle School 8th grade band in “Shut Up and Dance With Me” on Jan.
A resolution to provide a four-foot wide shoulder on County F from Cree Drive to 21st Avenue to improve bicycle conditions was met with unanimous support from the Waushara County Board on Tuesday,
Tri-County School Area Band Directors Bill and Kristy Femal recently announced Paige Hopkins, trombone, Parker Femal, trumpet, and Hope Brennenstuhl, alto sax, have been selected for the 2017 Natio
Tri-County High School Band members Heidi Ertl, alto sax, Garrett Femal, percussion, David Femal, euphonium, and Danny Kaehn, trumpet, were recently selected to perform in the National Band Associa
On Tuesday, Jan. 10, the School District of Westfield School Board accepted the resignation of Sam Rugg from his position of assistant principal/athletic director.
While driving down County Road C, near the Deerfield Town Hall, Denese Helgeland, Wautoma, was able to capture this photo of numerous horses holding up traffic.
Recently appointed Waushara County 4-H Program Advisor Heidi Hensel-Buntrock spoke to Wautoma Kiwanis members about her new position during their weekly meeting on Jan. 12 at Culvers.
Prior to the regular Redgranite Village Board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 17, the annual caucus was held.
The Waushara County Watershed Lakes Council, Inc. will hold its winter meeting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18 in the County Board Room of the Waushara County Courthouse.
For the third consecutive year Martz Insurance Agency representatives Jeff Martz and Dan Bray presented a $1,000 donation to American Red Cross Community Volunteer Leader Vicki Jenks for local disa
Wautoma EAA Chapter 1331 President Paul Paris, Vice-President Rod Holtz, and Wautoma Rental Center owner Wade Pennau sold raffle tickets at the annual Fly-In/Drive-In Pancake Breakfast on Jan.
Members of the Waushara County Human Trafficking Committee, Pastor Barb Girod, Diane Ruhland and Pat Bero, recently met to plan a prayer service scheduled at 7 p.m. on Jan.
With honor, American Red Cross Community volunteer Vicki Jenks received a HEROES donation from County Cupboard, Inc. Manager Laurie Petruska.
University of Wisconsin-Extension 4-H Program Advisor Heidi Hensel-Buntrock showed Cami Culver, 11, Wautoma, and Brett Jones, 10, Mt.
It’s tax season—and that means the tax intercept enforcement tool for child support agencies is in full effect.
The Kiwanis Club of Wild Rose presented a check for $2,500 to the School District of Wild Rose and announced a separate major donation from an anonymous Kiwanis member on Jan. 12.
Almond-Bancroft sophomore Aidan Whitman attempts to take down Weyauwega-Fremont sophomore Easton Groskreutz in the Warbirds’ 78-6 loss to the Indians on Jan. 12, at Almond-Bancroft.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors wrestling team traveled to Nekoosa for a South Central Conference dual on Jan. 12.
Wild Rose’s Evan Erickson and Almond-Bancroft’s Noah Kollock and Dylan Bunders brought excitement to the floor during the Jan. 13 Central Wisconsin Conference-10 matchup at Wild Rose.
Berlin High School was recently named the newest WeatherBug School.
The Youth and Family Outreach Program will be bringing “Citizen Way” to the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma on Jan. 21 at 7 p.m.