Buzz spent the week with Mrs. Bunde, our School Counselor. During the first grade Guidance classes Buzz and the students learned and discussed a part of the human brain called, the amygdala.
Participants of the Plainfield, Poy Sippi, Redgranite, Saxeville and Wild Rose Senior Dining Centers along with kitchen and office staff worked together to fight childhood hunger in Waushara County
At the Jan.
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Alissa Behm, Jamie Popp-Baumann, and Ashley Hamilton show off just a few of the signs available at Front Street Creations, Coloma. Front Street Creations opened its doors to the public on Jan. 12.
Morgan Meyer treats all people in a kind and caring way. She is polite and respectful to everybody. Morgan leads others through words and actions.
With tax season just around the corner, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is once again gearing up to offer free tax assistance to Waushara County low- and moderate-income individu
Shannon Sachs and Megan Erickson, of the Tri-County FFA Chapter, attended the Wisconsin Association of FFA Half-Time Leadership Conference held at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Stevens
6th grader Julia Sullivan, 7th grader Marisa Jewell, and 8th grader Dylan Strehlow were named Wild Rose Middle School’s Students of the Month recently.
Wild Rose High School students Candice Milne and Harley Werner were recently named Students of the Month.
On Monday, Jan. 28, Mary Ann Schilling, UW-Extension Educator, will be presenting a nutritious and delicious program on the wonders of popcorn.
The founding community partners of the Ascension Dental Center have approved an agreement to transfer operations to Family Health La Clinica, effective Jan. 1.
At the regular dinner meeting on Jan.
On Jan. 10, the Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Mary Ann Schilling as their guest speaker to the morning breakfast meeting held at Culver’s, Wautoma.
The Wild Rose school board approved a personnel appointment during a Jan. 10 meeting.
Redgranite Elementary School was proud to announce Summer Hulsey, Grade 5, as the December Student of the Month.
Redgranite Elementary School recently announced the recipients of the Character Awards for Empathy.
The Wild Rose Lions Club welcomed two new members on Jan. 7 at their regular dinner meeting.
On Jan. 2, Mirra Vogel returned to Westfield Area High School as a guest speaker in Julianne West’s Spanish classrooms.
Forcing bulbs indoors
by Christine Yesko
Art Schumitsch could be seen placing a bid for an item up for auction at the Neshkoro Lions Club Fisheree event on Jan. 12.
The new Tri-County mug is ready. This year’s mug is the Pilsner, Black Glaze. This pottery piece is dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.
On Saturday, Feb.
The following students from the Waushara County area made the Dean’s List at UW-La Crosse this past semester.