Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader was recently awarded Prosecutor of the Year from the Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators. Waushara County Chief Deputy Curtis G. Olson nominated Blader for the work he and his staff had done in the conviction of Travis L.
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Community Health Network and ThedaCare recently announced that construction will begin this fall to replace the existing Juliette Manor facility in Berlin.
On May 6 and 7, the Wautoma Area School Distict will be hosting the 11th annual Art Show at the Wautoma High School Center Gym. The show will begin on May 6 from 5-7 p.m.
Parkside Middle School 5th grade students Hayley Moore and Deakin Buchkowski sing a song during the production of “Go West” at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center on April 24.
The Westfield High School Forensics team concluded a successful season at the state festival at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on April 18.
On April 18, Tri-County 4K teacher Renee Jensen and her family attended the Herb Kohl Award Ceremony in Oshkosh. Jensen was nominated and then selected for the Herb Kohl Award in March.
Wautoma High School senior Kaitlyn Kazel was named a Dell Scholar and will receive $20,000 scholarship to complete her higher education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Sandy Zuehlke was one of the many students who recently attended the Square Foot Gardening Class sponsored by the Coloma Public Library at the Coloma Community Center.
Author Jerry Apps autographs a copy of his new book, “Whispers and Shadows”, for Mike Bednarek, Wautoma, during the book release party at Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose on April 22.
On April 18, the Pine River Library of Leon and Saxeville celebrated their 55th Anniversary.
Linda Happersett, Sandy Bender, Judie Batterman, Helen Sharp, and Sandy Tennessen prepared and served the 4th Saturday Lunch at Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma on Saturday, Apri