Wild Rose senior Andrew Henschel posed for a photo with his family after he officially signed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to compete in wrestling during a ceremony on April 11. Pictured with Andrew are: Michael, Brigette and Allyson Henschel.

    Wild Rose senior Andrew Henschel officially signed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to compete in wrestling during a ceremony on April 11 at the high school. 

Wild Rose senior Andrew Henschel posed for a photo with his family after he officially signed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to compete in wrestling during a ceremony on April 11. Pictured with Andrew are: Michael, Brigette and Allyson Henschel.
Olivia Bennot, a Wild Rose High School senior, officially signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Southwest Minnesota State University during a ceremony at Wild Rose High School on April 11. Bennot is pictured with her parents, Michelle and Bob Bennot.

    Wild Rose senior Olivia Bennot signed her letter of intent to compete in track and field at Southwest Minnesota State University during a signing ceremony at Wild Rose High School on April 11. 

Olivia Bennot, a Wild Rose High School senior, officially signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Southwest Minnesota State University during a ceremony at Wild Rose High School on April 11. Bennot is pictured with her parents, Michelle and Bob Bennot.
Judge Guy Dutcher swore in the 2018 Waushara County Board members at the organizational meeting held at the Waushara County Courthouse on Tuesday, April 16.  Members of the board include (front row, l to r) Everett Eckstein, Mike Kapp, Larry Timm, Mark Piechowski, Brandon Bonfiglio; (back row l to r) Mark Kerschner, Jerry Lauer, George Peterman, Pat King, Donna Kalata, and Dennis Wedde.

Four new members along with seven returning Waushara County Board Supervisors were sworn in by Judge Guy Dutcher in the County Board Room of the Waushara County Courthouse on April 17.  The new members include: Brandon Bonfiglio, District 1; Mark Piechowski, District 2; George Peterman, District

Judge Guy Dutcher swore in the 2018 Waushara County Board members at the organizational meeting held at the Waushara County Courthouse on Tuesday, April 16.  Members of the board include (front row, l to r) Everett Eckstein, Mike Kapp, Larry Timm, Mark Piechowski, Brandon Bonfiglio; (back row l to r) Mark Kerschner, Jerry Lauer, George Peterman, Pat King, Donna Kalata, and Dennis Wedde.
Berlin Police Chief, Dennis Plantz, presented a Governor’s pen to Heather Lawler following the signed legislation by Governor Scott Walker on April 3.

    Heather Lawler, Berlin, is a force to be reckoned with.  She is a woman with a mission and she will voice her opinion on domestic violence, what it does to victims, and how the perpetrator is sentenced.

Berlin Police Chief, Dennis Plantz, presented a Governor’s pen to Heather Lawler following the signed legislation by Governor Scott Walker on April 3.

With over 20 inches of snow reported in parts of Waushara County, the highway department, law enforcement, fire and rescue as well as emergency medical services worked overtime to ensure residents were safe throughout the winter storm that hit the area April 13-16.

The Wautoma High School students enrolled in Jeff Kasuboski’s Furniture Making & Design Class researched, designed and constructed sliding barn doors to be sold on an online auction to benefit Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day. Each door is different in looks and materials, with the first barn door (left) made from old boards that have seen some outdoor weathering. The second door (center) is made out of pallet boards, while the third (right) is a manufactured door made of standard pine boards. Like and follow the Waut

    Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day Committee members recently met with the Wautoma High School students enrolled in Furniture Making & Design to preview the sliding barn doors they constructed. The students built the doors to be sold at an auction to benefit Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day. 

The Wautoma High School students enrolled in Jeff Kasuboski’s Furniture Making & Design Class researched, designed and constructed sliding barn doors to be sold on an online auction to benefit Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day. Each door is different in looks and materials, with the first barn door (left) made from old boards that have seen some outdoor weathering. The second door (center) is made out of pallet boards, while the third (right) is a manufactured door made of standard pine boards. Like and follow the Waut
Wild Rose senior Andrew Henschel posed for a photo with his family after he officially signed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to compete in wrestling during a ceremony on April 11. Pictured with Andrew are: Michael, Brigette and Allyson Henschel.
Olivia Bennot, a Wild Rose High School senior, officially signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Southwest Minnesota State University during a ceremony at Wild Rose High School on April 11. Bennot is pictured with her parents, Michelle and Bob Bennot.
Judge Guy Dutcher swore in the 2018 Waushara County Board members at the organizational meeting held at the Waushara County Courthouse on Tuesday, April 16.  Members of the board include (front row, l to r) Everett Eckstein, Mike Kapp, Larry Timm, Mark Piechowski, Brandon Bonfiglio; (back row l to r) Mark Kerschner, Jerry Lauer, George Peterman, Pat King, Donna Kalata, and Dennis Wedde.
Berlin Police Chief, Dennis Plantz, presented a Governor’s pen to Heather Lawler following the signed legislation by Governor Scott Walker on April 3.
The Wautoma High School students enrolled in Jeff Kasuboski’s Furniture Making & Design Class researched, designed and constructed sliding barn doors to be sold on an online auction to benefit Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day. Each door is different in looks and materials, with the first barn door (left) made from old boards that have seen some outdoor weathering. The second door (center) is made out of pallet boards, while the third (right) is a manufactured door made of standard pine boards. Like and follow the Waut

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Sports

Wautoma senior Alyssa Borchardt steals second base during the first inning of the South Central Conference home game against the Mauston Golden Eagles on April 12 at Bird Creek Park. Borchardt led the Hornets recording 2 of 3 hits and registering 2 RBIs and 2 stolen bases. The Golden Eagles defeated the Hornets, 7-4.

    The Wautoma softball team fell to the Mauston Golden Eagles 7-4 in South Central Conference action on April 12 at home. 

Community

According to the calendar, it’s Spring, so come to the Wautoma Public Library to get your free seeds and your garden started.