Peter Braatz, Wautoma, captured this photo with his telephoto lens of a fawn in the woods near his home while out walking last week. It is important to remember if you come across a fawn, do not disturb it or touch it as the mother is not far away and will return to care for it.
Why do you bike
National Bike Month focuses this year on #WhyIRide and #BikesUnite. We asked several people “Why do you Ride”? Here’s what they had to say:
Spring is in full bloom as seen at Bird Creek Park. The stream at the park looks welcoming, and it is a popular destination for the citizens of Wautoma.
Research shows that 40 percent of Americans would be unable to cover a $500 emergency expense.
As United Cooperative celebrates another profitable year, it does so by sharing profits with members.
May is “Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month” and traffic safety officials with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) are asking all motor vehicle operators to share the road, be alert a
The Waushara County Department of Human Services has established a diaper pantry to assist Waushara County families struggling to meet their child’s essential needs.
Plan your Coronavirus
by Hayley Stroka, News Editor
Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) Secretary Mary Kolar invites Wisconsin veterans, family, and friends to join the WDVA and Governor Tony Evers to honor the fallen by participating in
Governor Tony Evers announced on May 18, that $75 million will be given in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s We’re All In initiative, a com
As everyone works together to flatten the curve of COVID-19, Family Health La Clinica remains open and ready to provide care, safely.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 317 of Wautoma conducted The Americanism Essay Contest.
The Supreme Court ruled the afternoon of May 13, that DHS Secretary-designee Palm’s Executive Order 28 is invalid.
The Wisconsin Depart-ment of Transportation last week announced a pilot program that allows drivers to renew their licenses online and skip a trip to the DMV.
How COVID-19 is affecting the meat industry
Hancock Boy Scout members Kegan Murray, Jaxson, and Tanner Tibbits decided to take a camping trip while sticking close to home, their backyard to be exact.
To the Editor,
CAP Services recognizes the impact that COVID-19 has had on the community and hears the concerns of small businesses as they look towards re-opening in the near future.
by Robert Sivick
Waushara County District Administrator
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls recently bestowed its highest non-academic honor on nine students.
The Pine River Chicken Barbeque has unfortunately been canceled this year. The health and safety of the public is of upmost importance, so the that took part in the decision that has been made.
The Waushara Com-munity Food Pantry has enrolled in programs with Hunger Taskforce and Feeding America to host weekly distribution of food to households in Waushara County and is looking to establi
COVID-19 has changed the world in many ways – including how you work. Millions of Americans have filed jobless claims as a result of the pandemic.