Summer’s strong sunrays may be gone, but that is not stopping Delores Andre of Wautoma from getting out her message that people need to protect their skin when spending time outside.
ASTOP now offering services for sexual assault survivors in Waushara County.
Mary Cummings removes a price tag from a handmade item purchased by Sue Zouski during the annual St. Paul Catholic Church Bazaar.
During the evening or overnight hours of Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, an unknown individual committed a felony burglary at the Beer Belly Bar in the City of Princeton.
After the St.
Coloma/Hancock American Legion member and WWII veteran Bob Barnes with Auxillary member Lucille Vezina unveil the new WWII plaque stone which says, “Hancock WWII Veterans For God and Country,” the
To combat drunken driving, Waushara County Sheriff’s Office will join other law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin participating in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” national campaign fro
Larry Leach and Patricia Pitske hang up memory hearts for veterans Leonard Gator Leach and Roger Leach, all of Hancock, before the Hancock Tree Lighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 3.
The Tuinstra family recently received the key to their new Habitat for Humanity home in Montello.
Budda’s Restaurant and Bar, Plainfield, will be hosting an event to help raise money and get toys for the Waushara County Community Christmas Project called “Budda’s Toyland Workshop.”