Julie, Katelyn and Jim Quimby, along with Katelyn’s grandmother, Rose Quimby, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at home in Redgranite. Katelyn has been commuting from Clearview Brain Injury Center in Juneau on the weekends since her graduation from Wautoma High School on May 28, 2016. The family will make their final trip from Clearview on Friday, Feb. 24, when Katelyn will move into an apartment in the basement of her parent’s home to continue her recovery.

Not knowing if their daughter would live or die following a November 2015 car crash remains at the forefront of the minds of Jim and Julie Quimby.

Julie, Katelyn and Jim Quimby, along with Katelyn’s grandmother, Rose Quimby, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at home in Redgranite. Katelyn has been commuting from Clearview Brain Injury Center in Juneau on the weekends since her graduation from Wautoma High School on May 28, 2016. The family will make their final trip from Clearview on Friday, Feb. 24, when Katelyn will move into an apartment in the basement of her parent’s home to continue her recovery.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors posed for a photograph having won first place at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Omro High School. The team advanced to the team sectional held in Freedom on Tuesday, Feb. 14, and eight wrestlers will compete in the individual sectionals in Seymour on Saturday, Feb. 18.

With eight Wautoma/Wild Rose wrestlers coming taking first or second place victories in their weight classes, the Warriors were able to walk away with the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional title on Saturday, Feb. 11.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors posed for a photograph having won first place at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Omro High School. The team advanced to the team sectional held in Freedom on Tuesday, Feb. 14, and eight wrestlers will compete in the individual sectionals in Seymour on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Five Tri-County wrestlers placed in the top two at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Assoication Division 3 Regionals on Saturday, Feb. 11, in Manawa. Pictured are (back row): second place finishers, Dartanian Labajo, 126 lbs., Brandon Peckham, 152 lbs., and Eric Buechner, 145 lbs.; (front row): first place finishers, Ryan Applebee, 132 lbs., and Tyler Kramer, 138 lbs.

Seven Tri-County wrestlers traveled to Manawa on Saturday, Feb. 11, for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 3 Regional wrestling tournament.

Five Tri-County wrestlers placed in the top two at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Assoication Division 3 Regionals on Saturday, Feb. 11, in Manawa. Pictured are (back row): second place finishers, Dartanian Labajo, 126 lbs., Brandon Peckham, 152 lbs., and Eric Buechner, 145 lbs.; (front row): first place finishers, Ryan Applebee, 132 lbs., and Tyler Kramer, 138 lbs.

Eight Coloma 6th grade students participated in the annual Environmental Speaking Contest (Elementary Division), sponsored by the Marquette County Land & Water Conservation Department, on Monday, Feb. 6.

Pictured are: Linda Steffen, Matt Wilbert, Jennifer Koeppl, Elizabeth Dohr and Vicki Jenks; (front row): Jennifer Escuedro, Laura Babcock, Olivia Jones, Charlie Koeppl and Andrew Henschel. Not pictured: Jessica Ramirez, Jeremiah Churchville, Lyndsey Lippert and Garrik Kjentvet.

The Wild Rose School District students and staff along with two community service clubs, businesses and private donors stepped up as Super Heroes on Friday, Feb. 3, for their local American Red Cross.

Pictured are: Linda Steffen, Matt Wilbert, Jennifer Koeppl, Elizabeth Dohr and Vicki Jenks; (front row): Jennifer Escuedro, Laura Babcock, Olivia Jones, Charlie Koeppl and Andrew Henschel. Not pictured: Jessica Ramirez, Jeremiah Churchville, Lyndsey Lippert and Garrik Kjentvet.
Wild Rose’s Sydney Hottenstein took home first place at the CESA 5 Regional Spelling Bee held at the Wild Rose High School Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Hottenstein defeated Almond-Bancroft’s Orion Kunst to win the regional spelling bee and will move on to the State Spelling Bee to be held on March 25 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The Wild Rose School District played host to a regional spelling bee in Region 2 for the CESA 5 district on Feb. 7.

Wild Rose’s Sydney Hottenstein took home first place at the CESA 5 Regional Spelling Bee held at the Wild Rose High School Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Hottenstein defeated Almond-Bancroft’s Orion Kunst to win the regional spelling bee and will move on to the State Spelling Bee to be held on March 25 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Julie, Katelyn and Jim Quimby, along with Katelyn’s grandmother, Rose Quimby, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at home in Redgranite. Katelyn has been commuting from Clearview Brain Injury Center in Juneau on the weekends since her graduation from Wautoma High School on May 28, 2016. The family will make their final trip from Clearview on Friday, Feb. 24, when Katelyn will move into an apartment in the basement of her parent’s home to continue her recovery.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors posed for a photograph having won first place at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Omro High School. The team advanced to the team sectional held in Freedom on Tuesday, Feb. 14, and eight wrestlers will compete in the individual sectionals in Seymour on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Five Tri-County wrestlers placed in the top two at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Assoication Division 3 Regionals on Saturday, Feb. 11, in Manawa. Pictured are (back row): second place finishers, Dartanian Labajo, 126 lbs., Brandon Peckham, 152 lbs., and Eric Buechner, 145 lbs.; (front row): first place finishers, Ryan Applebee, 132 lbs., and Tyler Kramer, 138 lbs.
Pictured are: Linda Steffen, Matt Wilbert, Jennifer Koeppl, Elizabeth Dohr and Vicki Jenks; (front row): Jennifer Escuedro, Laura Babcock, Olivia Jones, Charlie Koeppl and Andrew Henschel. Not pictured: Jessica Ramirez, Jeremiah Churchville, Lyndsey Lippert and Garrik Kjentvet.
Wild Rose’s Sydney Hottenstein took home first place at the CESA 5 Regional Spelling Bee held at the Wild Rose High School Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Hottenstein defeated Almond-Bancroft’s Orion Kunst to win the regional spelling bee and will move on to the State Spelling Bee to be held on March 25 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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The Central Wisconsin Youth Trap League will begin with registration/practice on Saturday, Feb. 25 and March 4 at 9 a.m.

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Julie, Katelyn and Jim Quimby, along with Katelyn’s grandmother, Rose Quimby, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at home in Redgranite. Katelyn has been commuting from Clearview Brain Injury Center in Juneau on the weekends since her graduation from Wautoma High School on May 28, 2016. The family will make their final trip from Clearview on Friday, Feb. 24, when Katelyn will move into an apartment in the basement of her parent’s home to continue her recovery.

Not knowing if their daughter would live or die following a November 2015 car crash remains at the forefront of the minds of Jim and Julie Quimby.