The Rural Health Initiative (RHI) began bringing health care directly to farmers in 2004. Since its inception, it has served 1,380 people in three counties. In 2018, RHI health coordinators met with 356 individuals during 816 visits.

Competing at Math 24 held at Wild Rose Elementary on March 12 were fourth graders Jabari Etuk of Montello, John Coddington of Montello, and Maelynn Fischbach of Wild Rose with Tom O’Malley of Montello serving as the proctor.


Customer Henry (Ian Christie) gives waitress Bobbie Sue  (Sawyer Nelsen) an order for plain black coffee in the Precious Perks Coffee Shoppe during Wild Rose High School’s production of Death by Chocolate on March 15 & 16.


On March 14, Shopko Hometown, Wautoma, presented a check to Stacy Schubert, Tri-County High School, Plainfield,  on behalf of Shopko’s Foundation’s Community Charitible Grant Program.

On March 14 Shopko Hometown, Wautoma, presented a check to the Fitness Flurry, Wautoma for their event that will be held on Feb. 1, 2020 at the Wautoma High School.

Wautoma and Wild Rose High School athletes received South Central Conference All-Conference honors and Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association state-qualifying recognition for their accomplishments over the winter season during an awards ceremony held at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts C



The Wild Rose Boys Track & Field Team competed at UW-Stevens Point on March 16.


60 Meter Dash: 39th place, Greg Ida, 7.96; 59th place, Aaron Gaboury-Gorges, 8.90.


Donna Lee Teschner, age 69, of Wild Rose, passed away Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 at ThedaCare Medical Center-Appleton.