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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.
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The Wautoma Public Library Fundraising Committee is in the midst of planning the 7th annual Taste of Wautoma. The event will be held from 6-8 p.m.
The Waushara County Master Gardeners are planning for the annual Plainfield Town and Country Garden Tour to be held July 11.
The Rock’N’ Granite Toms Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Wautoma EAA Chapter 1331 will host the annual Youth JAKES Day at the Wautoma Airport, Wautoma Rod and Gun Club on Sat
On June 9, the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a theft from a construction site in the Town of Mt. Morris.
The Redgranite Community Garden is located on Park Street in Redgranite near Saint Mark Catholic Church. The garden uses the square foot gardening process.
Two men were injured after a pickup truck rolled in a ditch at 5:36 p.m.
During the Superhero Summer Reading Kick-off Party on June 11, Breanna Mosier, 9, with her brother, Nathan, 6, prepare to make masks and superhero arm bands with Wautoma Public Library volunteers D
4-H is more than the fair, club meetings, camps, and cultural trips to other states; 4-H prepares youth to become world citizens.
Lance Del Ray, one of the lead singers in the Del Ray’s, got the audience clapping with him to the song “Old Time Rock N’ Roll,” at Music in the Park on June 11.
The lively polka music of the “Tuba Dan” band entertained the crowd at the Neshkoro Concerts in the Gazebo on June 12.
The Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce (WACC) welcomed Camp LuWiSoMo with a ribbon cutting held on June 10. Camp LuWiSoMo and is located at W5421 Aspen Rd., Wild Rose.
On May 27, Ginger Brown and Judy Yohn, representing the Waushara County Tavern League, presented a $1,000 gift for their local American Red Cross to Vicki Jenks, Red Cross Community volunteer leade
Ever since Jack Eagan can remember he has always wanted to play baseball.
Beth Cutts, Wild Rose, recorded a pull of 165.53 feet, during the Tri-County Threshermen’s tractor pulls at Veterans Memorial Park on June 13.
With 409 students attending Camp Parkside at Parkside Middle School, Wautoma, do not count on seeing many children playing outside during the day over the next few weeks.
Elizabeth Abitz and Jenna Sanchez at the Help Jenna Crush Crohn’s Disease benefit at the Coloma Park on Sunday, June 14.
Wautoma and Wild Rose High School athletes received South Central All-Conference honors for their participation in spring athletics during the awards ceremony on June 8 at Wautoma High School.
Members of the Wautoma Roadrunners 4-H Club recently performed highway cleanup outside of Wautoma.
Students from American Martial Arts Academy, Wautoma, received 1st and 2nd degree black belts on June 6 in Oneida, while others moved closer to their goals of 3rd a
The organizers of the Habitat For Humanity annual Community Rummage Sale is asking anyone who hosts a rummage sale and has left over items or anyone cleaning closets or garages and does not want to
The Youth and Family Outreach Program and Johann’s Bar & Grill, Richford, partnered together to bless the community with two freezers full of meat donated to Blessings Thrift store by Johann.
On June 10, at about 12:50 p.m. the Berlin Police Department was called to the 600 Block of Van Horn Street on a report of a Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) accident where a child was injured.