Dressed in Hawaiian costumes Nathan Urban, Waupaca, and Billy Jack Houston, Wautoma, jumped into Big Silver Lake during the Wautoma Area Fire District Water Operations/Dive Team Polar Plunge held F
The 5th annual Parkside Middle School Book Drive will be held March 2-13.
eived a Gold Level Achievement Award from the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) for its participation in its Partner for Patients Program.
An annual check presentation to the Wild Rose Hospital Mammography Department from the Red Fox Polar Plunge took place Feb. 19. Every Jan.
Waushara’s Ice Age Trail Chapter is holding its 16th annual Candlelight Sweetheart event from 5-9 p.m. Feb. 28 at Flyte’s Fieldstones.
We-Share-A-County, a status pending new nonprofit organization as of January 2015, is working to help “Heal the Hill” by planting 1,000 state certified oak trees at Mt. Morris Park.
During the Feb. 17 Redgranite Village Board regular meeting, board members discussed possible future changes in sidewalk snow removal by village residents and business owners.
A fire on Oakwood Circle, Town of Marion, destroyed a home on Feb. 20, and local residents are coming together seeking donations for the family, including clothing for children and adults.
Having seen first-hand the success of the Riverview Elementary Toy Drive for the Community Christmas Project implemented by fellow student Cami Culver in December, Lyvia Weiss, 8, and Bailey Walejk
Wade’z Bike and Adventure Shop, Wautoma, will be hosting a four-hour Spinning event to raise money for Go Red for Women® from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28.
Leah Gohlke, Neshkoro, Lauren Good, Wautoma, and Victoria Riendeau, Hancock, tried on scarf vests during the Small Town-Big Hearts event held at the Neshkoro Community Center Feb. 21.