Wild Rose graduates Schuyler Waller, Drew Seefeldt and Kristin Zastrow were all smiles following the graduation ceremony held May 28.

 

Wild Rose graduates Schuyler Waller, Drew Seefeldt and Kristin Zastrow were all smiles following the graduation ceremony held May 28.

 
Wild Rose graduates Schuyler Waller, Drew Seefeldt and Kristin Zastrow were all smiles following the graduation ceremony held May 28.
These four excited classmates posed for a quick picture before the Wautoma High School Commencement ceremony processional began on Saturday, May 28: Ellie Zamzow, Sandra Klamm, Ashley Norem, and Jacklyn Mozdzen.

These four excited classmates posed for a quick picture before the Wautoma High School Commencement ceremony processional began on Saturday, May 28: Ellie Zamzow, Sandra Klamm, Ashley Norem, and Jacklyn Mozdzen.

 
These four excited classmates posed for a quick picture before the Wautoma High School Commencement ceremony processional began on Saturday, May 28: Ellie Zamzow, Sandra Klamm, Ashley Norem, and Jacklyn Mozdzen.

According to Redgranite Fire Chief Kyle Tarr, on May 17, at approximately 5:47 p.m., the Waushara County Sheriff’s Department dispatch received a phone call of a structure fire at 207 Franklin Street, in the Village of Redgranite.

Wild Rose Kiwanis scholarships were presented to Wild Rose High School seniors Faith Klick and Haeleigh Wilkinson by Jane Erickson (center) during the scholarship awards ceremony held on May 18.

Waushara Co. Clerk Melanie Stake, District 9 Supervisor Robert Wedell, District 3 Supervisor Larry Timm, Department of Aging Director Debbie Paavola, community member Carol Eckstein, Zoning and Land Conservation Director Terri DoppPaukstat, District 5 Supervisor Everett Eckstein, District 6 Supervisor Dennis Wedde and Waushara Co. Sheriff Jeff Nett listen as Dan Sperberg speaks about the equipment inside the 300 feet long, 180 feet wide indoor training arena during a Board of Supervisors Tour on May 17.

The Waushara County Board of Supervisors took to the road for a tour of the Operating Engineers Local 139 training center and indoor arena in Coloma prior to their regular meeting on May 17.

Waushara Co. Clerk Melanie Stake, District 9 Supervisor Robert Wedell, District 3 Supervisor Larry Timm, Department of Aging Director Debbie Paavola, community member Carol Eckstein, Zoning and Land Conservation Director Terri DoppPaukstat, District 5 Supervisor Everett Eckstein, District 6 Supervisor Dennis Wedde and Waushara Co. Sheriff Jeff Nett listen as Dan Sperberg speaks about the equipment inside the 300 feet long, 180 feet wide indoor training arena during a Board of Supervisors Tour on May 17.

For Harv Reilly, owning his own dealership, and calling it Reilly Motors was a dream of his since he was in high school.  Harv started working with cars at the age of 12 with his dad.

Wild Rose graduates Schuyler Waller, Drew Seefeldt and Kristin Zastrow were all smiles following the graduation ceremony held May 28.
These four excited classmates posed for a quick picture before the Wautoma High School Commencement ceremony processional began on Saturday, May 28: Ellie Zamzow, Sandra Klamm, Ashley Norem, and Jacklyn Mozdzen.
Waushara Co. Clerk Melanie Stake, District 9 Supervisor Robert Wedell, District 3 Supervisor Larry Timm, Department of Aging Director Debbie Paavola, community member Carol Eckstein, Zoning and Land Conservation Director Terri DoppPaukstat, District 5 Supervisor Everett Eckstein, District 6 Supervisor Dennis Wedde and Waushara Co. Sheriff Jeff Nett listen as Dan Sperberg speaks about the equipment inside the 300 feet long, 180 feet wide indoor training arena during a Board of Supervisors Tour on May 17.

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Wautoma’s Alex Brown was tagged out as he attempted to make it back to second in the 6-2 Hornet victory over the Nekoosa Papermakers on May 26 in the first round of regional play.

The Wautoma Hornets baseball team rallied late in the game to secure an opening round Regional victory, 6-2, versus the visiting conference foe Nekoosa Papermakers.