To the Editor:
The Wild Rose High School will present their spring play entitled “Play On!” by Rick Abott on March 23 and 24 at 7 p.m.
To the Editor:
In a world where stress and adverse life events build every day, making it hard to be a happy, productive person, there is a place of refuge where one can go to be renewed, de-stress, and find the
Black Hawk Folk Society will present Steve Hazell in concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Mountain View Community Center, N3137 21st Lane.
The second installment of the Bath Bombs class will be held at the Wild Rose Community Center at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8.
Thrivent Financial supporting the Wild Rose Kiwanis Valentine’s Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until gone on Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Wild Rose Community Center.
The Coloma Village Board held a discussion as to what to do about the TID developer’s agreement with Plach Enterprise in light of the current challenge of the 2017 assessment during their regular b
Sometimes the ink can’t dry these days when it comes to highlighting in print one success story after another at Wautoma High School.
The Wild Rose Teachers Relay for Life Team and volunteers filled 984 pizza orders for their fundraiser for the annual Waushara County Relay for Life on Jan. 27.
Parkside Middle School 8th grader Deakin Buchkowski (right) took first place at the 4th through 8th grade district Spelling Bee on Jan. 26.
The Westfield Forensics team placed first for the eighth consecutive year at the South Central Conference contest on Jan. 29 at Adams-Friendship High School.
County Cupboard Manager Laurie Petruska spoke to the members of the Wautoma Kiwanis Club during their morning meeting at Culvers on Jan. 25.
Kathy Jankowski, Omro, Karen Kwiatkowski, Black Creek, and Mike Kwiatkowski, Black Creek, visit while attending the annual Hancock Fisheree on Jan. 27 on Fish Lake.
Coloma Elementary School recently received a $500 grant from the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program to support the school in many areas.
Following the judging of the 11th annual Coloma Area Historical Society Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, Jan.
Jessica Hernandez’s son, Evher, 10, Redgranite, was having fun doing Zumba exercise at the Zumba fundraiser for his mom, Jessica, at the Redgranite Elementary School on Jan. 27.
Following an email from a Tri-County alumnus asking for students to either color, draw, or write a letter to a small group of service members, the third grade classes from Tri-County Area Schools t
Having spent the past decade taking a bite out of crime, Waushara County K-9 Mac will patrol his last beat for the sheriff’s department alongside his handler, Sgt. Brian Wenzel, on Jan. 30.
It was a packed to capacity boardroom filled with concerned citizens both for and against ATV’s on county roads at the regular meeting of the Waushara County Board of Supervisors on Jan.
Waushara County Sheriff, Jeff Nett, opened the Jan. 16 county board meeting at the Waushara County Courthouse with a tribute to the late Pat Fox.
With the New Year it is a great time to learn about a “Happy-Healthy” Eating Plan for Life designed to encourage one another.
The Hancock Lions Club will offer cash prizes in four categories of fish as well as a cash prize for the smallest catch of the day at the annual fisheree, Saturday, Jan. 27, from 7 a.m.
A 17-year-old teen received probation and conditional jail time after he was found guilty of making terrorist threats against the Wautoma High School and student body and two misdemeanor charges wh
Wild Rose Middle School students, Xander Nelsen, Sam Kingston, Casey Klatt, Jaidyn Knueppel and Sydney Hottenstein, advanced to the second round of the 5th through 8th grade spelling bee on Jan.
Wild Rose and Pleasant View Elementary Schools 4th and 5th grade students competed in the district spelling bee on Jan. 18 at Wild Rose Elementary School.
Tri-County senior Brooke Hopkins will compete in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association 3-Point Challenge this Saturday, March 10, at the Resch Center in Green Bay.