The Plainfield United Methodist Women’s annual Fall Bazaar is a wonderful time to get a jump-start on Thanksgiving and Christmas gift purchases. The Bazaar, held on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

In October, Wild Rose Lion President, Paul Fisher, and Zone Chair, Dave Przekurat, delivered 2,500 pounds of fresh squash from a donor farm near Horicon to the Waushara County Food Pantry.

Six-year-old Bria Klimke of Wautoma visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus while at the HCE Home & Community Education Holiday Fair held at the Wild Rose Lions on Nov. 3.


The Wautoma Public Library is proud to announce that Lincoln Vanden Plas has recently completed 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. For his book prize, he chose the classic: Where the Wild Things Are.

Several members of Wautoma’s Chapter #107 Royal Arch Masons spent a fall day raking leaves and completing other lawn projects for some folks in need of assistance. Pictured are Danny Wohlfert, Mike Hille, Tom Williamson, and John Jenks.

On November 11, 1918 at 11:00 A.M. the First World War formally came to an end.  At the time it was known as the “War to End All Wars”, “Great War”, or “World War”, as no one could imagine a bloodier conflict twenty years hence resulting in its downgrade to simply “World War I”.



The Wautoma youth soccer program is saying good-bye to a great coach, Luke Esperes. Coach Luke has been in the program for the last 8 years.


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