by Mary Kunasch
On March 4-6, eleven students from Westfield Area High School attended the state DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) conference which was held in Lake Geneva at the Grand Geneva resort.
by Mary Kunasch
Buzz joined Riverview’s second graders and special guest, Bobbi Jo Fischer to experiment with erosion. The students have been working hard learning about weathering and erosion.
On March 24, three local Cub Scouts from Pack 3650 crossed over to Boy Scouts. The ceremony was held at the Wild Rose Lions Club.
Following a public inform-ation meeting on proposed sewer rates on March 19, the Redgranite Village Board approved a rate increase of $5.00 quarterly per residence/customer or business.
This group of retired firefighters were honored with a “certificate of appreciation and lifetime membership” at the Wautoma Area Fire Department’s annual “Smoker” on March 25.
David Rogers will play at the Coloma Hotel on Wednesday, April 3, 7 -9 p.m.
The Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Dr. Rev. Rey Diaz, Journalist, as their guest speaker at their weekly morning meeting held at Culver’s Restaurant, Wautoma. Dr. Rev.
The County Cupboard, Wautoma, recently donated $300 to the Special Needs Prom that will be held on Saturday, May 18.
Liability for flood damage
Camille Stelmachowski, Edith Raatz, and Kathy Studebaker, all of Wautoma, enjoyed each other’s company while at a March 22 fish fry hosted by the Knights of Columbus of St.
Lori McCloud, Dee Dee Jakubowski, and Tom Goetz were engaged in conversation during the March 20 Waushara Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Five event held at County Crate Confectionary, Wautoma
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation recently released information on work zone safety, which included starting statistics about incidents that have occurred throughout Wisconsin in the last
The Waushara County 4-H Festival of the Arts will be held on Sunday, April 7 at 1:30 p.m. at the Wild Rose High School, 600 Park Avenue, Wild Rose 54984.
The Westfield Area Middle and High School Choir will be hosting their first annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Tuesday, April 2 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the WAHS Cafeteria.
Discover Wisconsin, the state’s leading media brand and tourism TV show, will be shining the spotlight on Waushara County in an upcoming episode.
Don Bertzyk, Wautoma, was honored for his 57 years as a member of the Wautoma Area Fire Department, at the fire department’s annual “Smoker” on March 25.
Emergency Services Di-rector, Norm Duesterhoft, gave a report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors on March 19 on the flooding issues facing the county. He said that half dozen roads were s
Buzz took part in National Breakfast Week at Riverview Elementary School. Here he is with 3rd grader, Allison Quist and 2nd grader, Tomy Gumz.
State Representative of the 72nd District Scott Krug visited the Wautoma Public Library on March 16 and talked to citizens about the State Budget.
The Wild Rose School Board approved a couple requests for a leave of absence during a March 14 meeting.
The Rural Health Initiative (RHI) began bringing health care directly to farmers in 2004. Since its inception, it has served 1,380 people in three counties.
Growing vegetables from food scraps
by Christine Yesko
The Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary have several scholarship opportunities available to students beyond completing high school and beyond.
On March 18 at the Waushara Argus Office, Wautoma, the AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Post 13 of Redgranite donated a car set as a door prize for the Blue Ribbons Kids’ Day, which will be