After trying their luck at one spot on the Neshkoro Millpond, Minirat, Mike Perkins, and Faith Parafinink, all of Princeton, packed up to look for another spot on Jan. 11 during the Neshkoro Lions Club Annual Fisheree.
After 12 years of providing tax preparation assistance to the residents of Marquette County, AARP Tax Aide program will not be available in Marquette County for 2020.
Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC) recently announces that the following student has been named to the President’s List for the Fall 2019 semester.
•01/09/20: A two-vehicle accident occurred at 10:25 a.m. on the intersection of STH 21 westbound at Fairway View Ct, Town of Dakota.
The Waushara Wautoma Senior Center is offering a Danube Delights River Cruise Tour in just a few months.
Women in the advanced stages of breast cancer have a treatment that could potentially help them live longer.
The University of Wis-consin-Stevens Point honored more than 2,275 undergraduate students from its campuses in Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wausau for attaining high grade point averages during th
Iodine in milk is an important part of a balanced diet.
by Abby Bauer, Associate Editor, Hoard’s Dairyman
Eligible Wisconsin Asso-ciation of FFA members can now apply for the Wisconsin FFA Foundation’s 2019-20 Post-Secondary Scholarships.
•12/30/19: A Northern Wisconsin Venture, LLC to WHB Properties, LLC, Village of Plainfield, $590,000.
•12/30/19: Linda Van Fossen to John A. and Rebeca Grothe, Town of Warren, $65,000.
Screening for cervical cancer is important for women aged 21 to 65. The American Cancer Society advises that women aged 21-29 should get a Pap test every three years.
This student doesn’t draw attention to herself, but she does what needs to be done. She is a quiet girl who can easily go unnoticed. But her teacher does notice her.
The second grade team at Riverview Elementary, Wautoma nominated Oliver San Filippo for December Student of the Month.
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls fall semester Dean’s List honored 1,755 students.
On Jan. 9, Lisa Koeppen from Community Blood Center was the guest speaker at the Wautoma Kiwanis Club’s breakfast meeting held at Culver’s in Wautoma.
The Wild Rose Village Board listening to a proposal for future plans for the Wild Rose Manor building during a Jan. 8 meeting.
Jan. 8 brought over a dozen Crafters to the Leon Saxeville Library in Pine River for their first Adult Event of 2020.
The Knights of Columbus donated 24 new winter costs to Health and Human Services in Waushara County.
The Knights of Columbus presented a check to Waushara Industries, Wautoma, recently. Through their local fundraisers, the Knights have been able to donate money to Waushara Industries.
On Saturday, Jan. 25 at 12 p.m., Nancy Miller will be at the Patterson Memorial Library in Wild Rose to present her popular class on cooking in an Instant Pot.
Parkside School, Wautoma, recently held a Spelling Bee consisting of 24 participants. The final two students will go on to compete at the Regional Spelling Bee in Wild Rose on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The Dusty Clovers 4-H club will host their Chili Supper on Saturday, Jan. 18 at the Poy Sippi Fire Department, located at N4398 Spring Street, Poy Sippi. The event starts at 3 p.m.
Golden Sands Re-source Conservation and Development Council, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
Thirty students at Wild Rose Middle School were selected to represent their class at the Wild Rose District Spelling Bee Round 1 on Jan. 10.
The Westfield Are High School Pioneers wrestling team hosted Spash on Jan. 7.
Getting wins for the Pioneers were Ty Monfries at 182 pounds and Mason Rudolph at 220 pounds.