Little firefighters Levi, 5, and Cody Jalensky, 3, of Wild Rose, make Dalmatian pups out of miniature pumpkins while at an Oct. 6 open house held at the Saxeville-Springwater Fire Station.
Rock Steady Boxing, a unique exercise program based on training used by boxing pros and adapted to people with Parkinson’s disease, will now be available in the Wautoma area.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and other partners across the state are working to prevent the increasing public health crisis of abuse, addiction
Late this summer the doors opened to the new Fox Valley Technical College Wautoma Regional Center, welcoming education and workplace training unique to greater Waushara County right on the high sch
Central Wisconsin has the potential for emergencies year round: high winds and tornados, wildfires, winter storms, as well as criminal activity, missing children and senior adults, hazardous spills
Wautoma Kiwanis is hosting a blood drive on Monday, Oct.
The American Red Cross will be holding a Blood Drive at the Richford Community Town Hall, Coloma, located on W11127 Cumberland Rd.
A Wild Rose Car Show supporter for many years is this young man, 13 year-old Jack Kapral. This year the car show committee had Jack choose his favorite entry from the 262 vehicles at this years sh
A Ribbon Cutting ceremony was held at the FVTC Regional Center in Wautoma on Sept. 18. Dr.
Robert Barnes was awarded a Quilt of Valor from the Pine Tree Needlers Quilt Guild on Sept. 8 during the 2nd Annual Waushara County Veterans Picnic at the Hancock Community Center.
It can be tough for patients to keep up with all the changes in health care, particularly when it comes to cancer treatment options.
On Sept. 8, Grace United Methodist Church of Wautoma held a Hispanic/Latino Pentecost Emergence event at their church.
The Alzheimer’s & De-mentia Alliance of Wisconsin (ADAW) is offering a free Legal and Financial Planning Seminar on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The Wild Rose Village Board voted to carry forward with an agreement made to pave Rolling Ridge Court during a Sept. 5 meeting.
During their September meeting, the Blazing Stars 4H Club celebrated their success at the Waushara County Fair by displaying all the ribbons they received.
The Blazing Stars 4H Club performed their play “The Great Kapok Tree” at the Wisconsin State Fair on Aug. 8.
The Marquette County Health Department announced their Immunization Clinics for the month of September. The scheduled clinics are as followed:
Natalie Galster-Manz, daughter of Brian Glaster and Susan Manz, Wautoma, was named to the Lawrence University, Appleton, dean’s list for the 2017-18 academic year.
The Wautoma Kiwanis Club had its own member Dick Kalata as their speaker at the Dinner Meeting at Silvercryst, Wautoma, on Sept. 6.
September’s plant of the month is the Japanese Anemone.
On Sept. 7 the County Veterans service Office (CVSO) presented the Chapter 13 Amvets Riders with a check at the Courthouse in Wautoma.
Student: Juan Tellez
Buzz stopped by Mrs. Laber’s first grade classroom at Riverview Elmentary this week to see their monarch butterflies!
The partnership of the Berlin Area Historical Society and the Berlin Public Library is bringing this upbeat and insightful program to Berlin on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Public Library.