Demolition of the Waushara County Normal/Teachers College in Wautoma is underway to make room for a county parking lot. The concrete signage from the building was saved and will be used for a decorative plaque on the property.

Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader gave his 2016 annual report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, April 18, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Blader stated his office filed 270 felony cases, which is the most they have ever seen.

Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader reported his office filed 270 felonies in circuit court his annual report given to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors during there regular meeting on Tuesday, April 18, at the Waushara County Courthouse.

Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader gave his 2016 annual report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, April 18, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Blader stated his office filed 270 felony cases, which is the most they have ever seen.

Dawn and Dave Peterson sign in and register for door prizes at the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce StoneRidge Business After 5 gathering held on April 11 at StoneRidge Meats and Piggly Wiggly, Wautoma.

The Wild Rose High School Art & Design Team successfully competed at the State Visual Arts Classic sponsored by the Wisconsin Art Education Association on April 7 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Bennett Wiza, 4, Bancroft, collected eggs while participating in the Easter Egg Hunt at the Bancroft Lions Park on Saturday, April 15.

Pictured are team members: (back row): Clay Preston, Dylan Edge, Cole Hinz, Evan Gruszka, Bryan Kerska, Cade Peterson and Jared Meek; (middle row): Math Team Advisor Sierra Steuerwald, Vincent Zhang, Thomas Kuehn, Jordan Reilly, Maddie Peterman and Jacob Schmidt; (front row): Gavin Kuerschner, Chloe Gulbronson and Jennifer Liu. Not pictured: Katie Snyder and WHS Math Team Advisor Steven Thayer.

The Wautoma High School Math Team took second place overall at the South Central Conference Math Meet held on April 7 at Wautoma High School.

Pictured are team members: (back row): Clay Preston, Dylan Edge, Cole Hinz, Evan Gruszka, Bryan Kerska, Cade Peterson and Jared Meek; (middle row): Math Team Advisor Sierra Steuerwald, Vincent Zhang, Thomas Kuehn, Jordan Reilly, Maddie Peterman and Jacob Schmidt; (front row): Gavin Kuerschner, Chloe Gulbronson and Jennifer Liu. Not pictured: Katie Snyder and WHS Math Team Advisor Steven Thayer.
Waushara County District Attorney Scott Blader gave his 2016 annual report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, April 18, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Blader stated his office filed 270 felony cases, which is the most they have ever seen.
Pictured are team members: (back row): Clay Preston, Dylan Edge, Cole Hinz, Evan Gruszka, Bryan Kerska, Cade Peterson and Jared Meek; (middle row): Math Team Advisor Sierra Steuerwald, Vincent Zhang, Thomas Kuehn, Jordan Reilly, Maddie Peterman and Jacob Schmidt; (front row): Gavin Kuerschner, Chloe Gulbronson and Jennifer Liu. Not pictured: Katie Snyder and WHS Math Team Advisor Steven Thayer.

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Sports

Roger Daume of Cottage Motors, Wautoma (right), is with technician Harry Underwood, Jr., who bowls on the Redgranite Business Men’s League at Lambeaul Lanes, Redgranite on Wednesday Nights.

Community

Tri-County Elementary, Redgranite Elementary and Wild Rose Elementary Sc-hools were selected as three of the 178 public schools in Wisconsin to receive Title I Recognition for the 2016-17 academic