The Poy Sippi Fire Department requested assistance from 10 other departments for a large barn fire at N7079 North County Road A, Weyauwega, Town of Saxeville, at about 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 4.
Jim Button, owner of Evergreen Resort & Campsites, Wild Rose, has grown up in the campground industry with his parents. Button bought the campground from his parents 21 years ago.
The Wautoma High School Athletic Program recently purchased a new Polaris Ranger from K & M Sales after receiving donations from alumnus Jared Abbrederis and his wife, Rachel, and the National
Wild Rose High School senior Tanner Deist was awarded the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small Football Defensive Player of the Year during the fall awards sports awards banquet on Nov. 20.
In early January, when most people have packed away their Christmas decorations and won’t be thinking about Christmas for another 10 months, eight of Santa’s Helpers will gather together religiousl
Santa Claus wished the children a Merry Christmas riding in the Wautoma Rotary Christmas Parade on Nov. 30.
Wild Rose varsity cross country and volleyball players were honored with All-Conference awards during the awards banquet at the high school.
Wild Rose High School varsity football players recognized by the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small for their contributions throughout the season included: Alec VandeCastle, 1st Team All-Conference
Human Resources Representative (Danny Kaehn) discusses a work-related issue with Alien (Shannon Sachs) during the Tri-County High School’s production of “No Signs of Intelligent Life”.
Katie Peterson, a representative from the Redgranite Advancement Association, recently accepted a $200 donation from Brian Getchius, FIC, of Thrivent Financial, Wautoma, for the upcoming Lights for
Judi Gosenheimer of Redgranite will share her vocal talent with songs of the season during the Wautoma Area Christian Women’s Club luncheon at noon on Monday, Dec. 11, at Silvercryst, Wautoma.
Keith Jasinski, president of the ROCK ‘n’ GRANITE TOMS Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, recently presented a $200 donation to Jeff Crisco of the Wautoma Food Pantry.
The Neshkoro Area Chorus sang a variety of Christmas songs during their “Lights of December” Conert on Dec. 2 at St. James Place.
The Sugar Plum Fairies posed together during Revita Dance Studio’s performance of “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 1 and 2 at the Adams-Friendship Fine Arts Center.
Waushara County hunters registered 2,970 deer for the 2017 Wisconsin gun season, which was down 12 percent from the previous year, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources prelimi
Neshkoro Village President Sean Reetz and Neshkoro Enhancement Committee Chair Cheryl Milbrandt presented a plaque to Russell Gohlke for Citizen of the Year during the Neshkoro Community Chorus Lig
On Nov. 28, 72nd State Assembly Representative Scott Krug stopped at the home of Wisconsin Army National Guard Specialist Jesse Beers to present him with a Wisconsin flag and U.S.
Katie Algrem-Feldner, a 2003 graduate of Wautoma High School, was inducted into the Beloit College Athletics Hall of Honor on Oct. 28.
The Hancock Citizens Committee and Hancock Lions Club will sponsor the annual Community Christmas Gathering at the Hancock Community Center this Saturday, Dec. 9. The event begins at 5 p.m.
ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose Director of Nursing Dawn Shuman, ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose Volunteer President Sue Dowling, Wild Rose United Methodist Church Pastor Pam Priewe, and Thed
The Community Found-ation of Central Wisconsin recently selected the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program for grant funding.
Wild Rose Kiwanis Club enjoys facilitating cultural opportunities for everyone in Waushara County.
Fox Valley Technical College Wautoma Regional Center will be offering a number of classes throughout Waushara County this spring. The spring semester begins on Jan. 22.
Thrivent Financial of Wautoma opened their doors and offered visitors cookies and hot chocolate during an Open House held prior to the Christmas Parade on Nov. 30.
The Wild Rose High School boys and girls basketball teams will be participating in Challenge of the Bells, a matching funds event for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign in Waushara County.
The Wautoma Area School board unanimously approved Jennifer Johnson as Wautoma High School’s new principal during their regular meeting on Dec. 11.