Though the fairgrounds were closed and the parade was canceled, the City of Wautoma and the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce knew the fireworks show must go on.
Nicholas Erickson, Wild Rose, was among 816 stu-dents that received their degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May.
The Kopach family provided the riding horses for the day of fun. For part of the ride, Bill Schmudlach rode one of the horses.
Starting on Jan. 1, 2021, TRICARE Select Group A retired beneficiaries must pay monthly enrollment fees in order to maintain their TRICARE health coverage.
Celebrating ten years since Wisconsin’s Clean Indoor Air law went into effect on July 5, 2010, public health advocates say the Legislature needs to include e-cigarettes in the law, statewide.
Monday, July 13: Hot Delivery. BBQ pork chop, baked potato with sour cream, baked beans, whole wheat dinner roll, applesauce.
When Abby Koehler entered the hospital at the beginning of March 2020, the world was a different place.
The Artisan Fair, hosted at Silvercryst in Wautoma over the Independence Day weekend, turned out to be a big success.
This July, the American Red Cross and Wonder Woman 1984, are joining forces to save the day for patients in need of lifesaving blood transfusions.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) continues its focus on customer service and innovation by simplifying its most-used form, the Title/License Plate Application
The Open Air Market was hosted this Independence Day weekend in Wautoma. Various vendors set up shop outside of Wautoma City Hall.
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville an-nounced its Chancellor’s List, honoring those with perfect 4.0 grade-point averages for the spring 2020 semester.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire has released the 3,100 students named to the spring 2020 Dean’s List.
The Wild Rose School Board had several things to be considered during the second meeting of the month on June 29.
Kyle Timothy Wagner, Plainfield, was in court June 25 on two counts of Forgery-Uttering, a count of Misappropriate ID Info – Obtain Money, and a count of Identity Theft – Obtain Mo
A great day for a bicycle ride was on June 27. The Coloma Cycling Club rode 16.8 miles for a roundtrip to Hancock and a visit to Grandma Miller’s restaurant and shop.
The Argus had quite an interesting visitor on the hot afternoon of July 2. This large dragonfly flew in to say hello, and to get a break from the sun most likely.
•Loren James Derstine, Oconto, and Carla Louise Reinford, Warren.
•Ryan Michael Ferren-berg, Marion, and Tegan Alese Wills, Marion.
•06/24/2020: Beth Ann and Ray Barr to Richard W. and Susan K. Divan, City of Wautoma, $274,550.
Specialty Apparel of Wautoma hosted their second Sidewalk Sale of the summer on July 3, and July 4. Several vendors were featured with various crafts, treats, and plants.
Spotted wing drosophila
With many venues closed for children due to the COVID-19, such as Summer School programs and Summer Camps, UW-Madison Extension Waushara County Health & Well-Being Educator, Mary Ann Schilling,
06/29/2020: A two-vehicle accident occurred at 1:36 p.m. in a parking lot on 4th CT Lot N6466 in the Town of Plainfield.
How to Save a Life in 1 Easy Step
by Brian A. Donaldson, Director of EMS
Perhaps you recall July evenings after a warm rain, when robins sing their evening song and long slanting sunrays light up pastures and brighten the aspen groves – that was the time to grab a shade