The Town of Saxeville received their reimbursement from WI Disaster Funds for the terrible storm that plagued the town in June of 2017. The receiving amount was $27,654.38 for the storm clean-up that had occurred.
Holly Heath, owner of the Farm Market, Wautoma, was named the Waushara Area Chamber Business Person of the Year at the fall banquet held at Caribou Bay, Richford on Oct.
Sherm Hamilton, Hancock, was selected as the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year.
The recipients of the Wild Rose High School Students of the Month are Abigail Messer and Blair Milne.
On Monday, Nov. 5 from 6-8 p.m., there will be a Community Naloxone (Narcan) presentation and training by AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin.
The Wild Rose Baptist Church will be welcoming the Forever Be Sure Music group on Sunday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. The group performs original music compositions with spo-ken testimony.
Be prepared to laugh uncontrollably and be thoroughly entertained when you attend Wautoma High School’s musical comedy “The Addams Family” this November.
Fall is a beautiful time of the year, minus one detail: those darn pesky critters looking to make your home their home for the winter.
This week Buzz got to go on a field trip with Mrs. Coron and Mrs. Miller’s 4 year old Kindergarten classes. They had fun at the pumpkin patch.
Weaning is the process of acclimating a mammal to eating food other than milk and removing dependency on the mother. In nature, this process occurs gradually over time.
Peace Lutheran Church, Wautoma, is planning a mission festival on Sunday, Oct. 28. At the 9 a.m.
The Plainfield United Methodist Church installed its 2018-19 officers and chairpersons for the United Methodist Women.
Habitat for Humanity had an Open House in Coloma on Oct. 20 to showcase the latest house they built.
Wisconsin pork farmers are invited to join UW-Extension, the Wisconsin Pork Association, and the UW-Agriculture Colleges (Madison, Platteville, and River Falls) for the Badger Swine Symposium on Fr
The Kids & Families Halloween Party will be held at the Hancock Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 5-7 p.m. There will be refreshments, games, prizes, a haunted house, and bon fire.
On Oct. 19, students in the junior and senior classes were treated to a visit by John Baylor, the man whose ACT Prep program has brought so much improvement and success to Westfield students.
Saturday, Oct. 27 will be that last Community Last Saturday Lunch for 2018. It will be held at St. Joseph Parish, Wautoma, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
Robert Willis and Terry Gulau, from the Stevens Point Elks Lodge #641 distributed dictionaries to each of the third graders at Tri-County Elementary School again this year on Sept. 28.
Wautoma High School started off the 2018-19 school year with lots of excitement for the newest additions to their staff.
Sandy Kettlewell, John Trochinski, and Charlene LaSure had a chance to visit before eating at Wild Rose’s Oakwood Bar and Restaurant, which sponsored the Business After Five event held Oct. 18.
Do you need encou-ragement to live a healthier life? With winter looming just ahead, it can be a task to eat healthy.
On the behalf of the Waushara County Health Department, Director Patty Wohlfeil accepted a Wisconsin Department of Health Level III award at the Waushara County Board meeting on Oct. 16.
I have come to look at fallen leaves as a gift from Mother Nature.
Several Wild Rose High School football players were recognized for receiving all conference honors, as well as other awards during a fall sports athletic banquet held Nov. 6.