While spending extended times at home may sound dull, many people are taking advantage of the extra time home. A lot of families have taken to the sidewalk as a way to spread positivity around the county.
Who thought being apart would save all of us. It is a proven fact that social distancing, Stay at Home or Stay in Place orders, closing non-essential businesses, etc.
Patti Wohlfeil, Waushara County Public Health Officer, said that there have been 13 people tested with some results still pending, and to date there are no COVID-19 cases in Waushara County.
Scholarship America has a scholarship opportunity for high school seniors of Wautoma High. Amounts up to $12,000 each are being sponsored by The Edwin E. and Janet L. Bryant Foundation, Inc.
Due to COVID-19, the Brat Fry celebration of re-opening the Hancock Fire Station has been postponed. Training is underway for Hancock area firefighters under the direction of Coloma Fire Departmen
On March 11, Kristin Lambrecht of Bug Tussel Wireless made a donation to Tri-County School, Plainfield.
Phineas Pietsch was named student of the month for Wild Rose Middle School.
Wild Rose’s High School student of the month is Nevaeh Petri.
Westfield High School congratulates their winter athletes this season for South Central Conference honors.
Craig Hayes, Wild Rose District Administrator, said the district is providing take-out breakfast and lunch from 8-11 a.m. everyday Monday through Friday.
Mecan River Brewing Company has been fortunate to be doing their annual renovations when this whole thing started. The good news is they are just about done.
Seniors in need of a meal delivered to the home may call the Department of Aging at (920) 787-0403 or 1-877-364-5344 toll-free to get registered.
Information is changing rapidly.
The City of Wautoma is continuing to monitor the status of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
The Wautoma Kiwanis club regrets to inform the community that our 4th annual autism run/walk on Saturday May 2 is cancelled due to the coronavirus.
The Wautoma Hornets are celebrating their winter season All-Conference athletes. These individuals worked hard this season to earn this title.
With snowmelt, soils saturated, and rain in the forecast, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is reminding farmers to check for the risk of runoff from th
Following Wisconsin Governor Tony Ever’s order to shut down all K-12 schools across the state due to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Wautoma Area School Board of Education, administra
On April 7, Wisconsin voters will have the opportunity to vote on a constitutional amendment to protect and expand the rights of crime victims within the criminal justice system.
National agriculture week March 22-28, 2020
Makenzie Lynn Phillips, Waupaca, was in court on March 11 on charges of Possess w/ Intent-Psilocin (<=100g) and Possess w/Intent-THC (<=200 grams) for a Plea/sentencing heari
by Christine Yesko
Three incumbents were re-elected to the Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) Board of Directors for the 2020-2021 year.
Wild Rose School Board