The Redgranite Village Board was presented a $1,000 check and this sign by the Jakefest Inc. committee at their regular board meeting on Sept. 20.  Members of the Redgranite Village Board include: Jerry Sieg, President, Richard Piechowski, Angie Ralls, Rob Wilcox, Sandy Lyles, and Joan Kapp. The sign includes the names of those who have lost their lives in the Redgranite Quarry, their age, and where they are from.

The Redgranite Village Board met for their regular meeting on Sept. 20 and during their public forum granted a six month trial basis for Darrell L. Tiffany to have five dogs at the residence in the village.

The Redgranite Village Board was presented a $1,000 check and this sign by the Jakefest Inc. committee at their regular board meeting on Sept. 20.  Members of the Redgranite Village Board include: Jerry Sieg, President, Richard Piechowski, Angie Ralls, Rob Wilcox, Sandy Lyles, and Joan Kapp. The sign includes the names of those who have lost their lives in the Redgranite Quarry, their age, and where they are from.

On Sept. 24, Poy Sippi volunteer firemen and rescue donated their time at the 1st annual Bluff Bar and Grill Pork Steak Fry. Proceeds went toward new saws for the Department. Pictured are: Tom Stahoviak, Kyle Hahn, Jason Fischer, Jennifer Hahn, Adam Young, and Kayla Young.

Wautoma sophomore Matthew Kroll rushed for a gain in Wautoma’s 49-12 victory over Westfield on Sept. 23. Kroll finished the game with 96 yards and 1 touchdown.

On Friday, Sept. 23, the Wautoma Hornet football team took on the Westfield Pioneers.Westfield got off to an early lead scoring a touchdown on its opening drive, but was then bottled up by the Wautoma defense the rest of the game.

Wautoma sophomore Matthew Kroll rushed for a gain in Wautoma’s 49-12 victory over Westfield on Sept. 23. Kroll finished the game with 96 yards and 1 touchdown.
Tri-County junior Amber Baehman spikes the ball for the kill in the first set of the Penguins’ 3-1 victory over Bowler on Sept. 22. Baehman recorded a career high 24 kills in the game.

On Sept. 22, the Tri-County Penguins volleyball team hosted the Bowler Panthers. The two Central Wisconsin Conference-10 (CWC-10) teams came into the game tied for first place in the conference with undefeated records.

Tri-County junior Amber Baehman spikes the ball for the kill in the first set of the Penguins’ 3-1 victory over Bowler on Sept. 22. Baehman recorded a career high 24 kills in the game.

The South Wisconsin Thrivent Member Network Board, through the local Thrivent Financial offices in Montello and Wautoma, is providing a check for $2000 to sponsor the upcoming Reach the Peak Race on Saturday, Oct. 8 at Nordic Mt Ski Hill.

Miranda Kessler hides in her sister Lara’s cloak during Westfield Pioneer Days on Saturday, Sept. 24.

The Redgranite Village Board was presented a $1,000 check and this sign by the Jakefest Inc. committee at their regular board meeting on Sept. 20.  Members of the Redgranite Village Board include: Jerry Sieg, President, Richard Piechowski, Angie Ralls, Rob Wilcox, Sandy Lyles, and Joan Kapp. The sign includes the names of those who have lost their lives in the Redgranite Quarry, their age, and where they are from.
Wautoma sophomore Matthew Kroll rushed for a gain in Wautoma’s 49-12 victory over Westfield on Sept. 23. Kroll finished the game with 96 yards and 1 touchdown.
Tri-County junior Amber Baehman spikes the ball for the kill in the first set of the Penguins’ 3-1 victory over Bowler on Sept. 22. Baehman recorded a career high 24 kills in the game.

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Sports

Attention coaches, players, family, fans and friends of the 1976 Wild Rose Wildcat football team. Wild Rose is planning a 40-year reunion to be held at the Sept. 30 homecoming football game vs.

Community

A Dream Workshop Group has been formed in Montello.  The leader of the group is Robert Thompson of Portage, who has taught classes such as “A History of Dreams” and “Wellness, Awareness and Dreams”