by Robert Sivick
by Robert Sivick
The Frank family, Nicole, Eve, Leo, and Tim, Harrisville, took time for some outdoor hiking on the Chaffee Creek and Mecan River segments of the Ice Age Trail.
The month of April kicks off a number of activities that will encourage you to get moving and get outside.
Human beings are creatures of habit. They live better and happier lives when knowing what to expect. For children and teens, routines help them feel safe.
On April 4th Three girls decided to appreciate the Poy Sippi Fire Department during these long days at home by writing messages on the entire ground in front of the Department.
Many people in the workforce have been displaced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but healthcare workers are fighting on to ensure that all get the care they need.
As everyone adapts to the temporary changes in the way families work and live, go to school, and spend time together, it’s natural to feel stress, worry and even anger.
Vicki Martin highlights their nature finds this week. On March 26, a mink was wondering along the stream across from swing at Volunteer Covered Bridge Park near Saxeville. On March 27, skunk cabb
by Chad Kinsella
During such troubling times, some may have their spirits drop. Christina Slette spreads positivity by painting positive messages on rocks. The rocks purpose is to brighten someone’s day.
03/27/2020: Adam D. Schneider to Ross Sprenkle, Town of Springwater, $157,900.
03/27/2020: Todd Mancl to Kenneth D. and Regina K. Nix, Town of Rose, $83,000.
Kyle McReath Agency and American Family Insurance donated $3,750 to the Waushara County Food Pantry. Kyle McReath cares deeply for the community, especially through this time of crisis.
•03/26/2020: A one-vehicle accident occurred at 3:26 p.m. on STH 73 southbound at 10th Ct., Town of Oasis. Keith Anderson, 32, went off the roadway on the straight section prior to the curve.
The COVID-19 outbreak is sending a shockwave throughout the U.S economy that is hitting dairy farmers especially hard, with some processors reaching maximum capacity and asking farmers to dump thei
The Covid-19 pandemic has everyone thinking about how to adapt to guidelines to keep loved ones and yourself healthy and safe.
The Wild Rose Kiwanis Club has answered the call from the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin (CFCWI) to respond to COVID-19 needs in Waushara County.
City of Wautoma Pole workers wearing gloves and masks for the Primary Election on April 7th included; Mary Suchanek, Julie Vargas, Arlene Stanek, Cindy Pomplun, and Mary Pat Thompson. Due to the
The Community Blood Center (CBC) is asking fully recovered COVID-19 patients to be a part of the solution to the global pandemic and donate their plasma.
It has been nearly three weeks since Safer at Home was put into place in Wisconsin. It was an adjustment for all, but now that we have been in it for nearly three weeks, I see the entire area obey
The COVID-19 public health emergency is creating an urgent food security challenge for households and communities in Wisconsin.
Monday, April 13: Hot delivery. Whole wheat spaghetti and meat sauce with parmesan eggplant, garden salad with vegetables, peach cobbler.
Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week
April 13 – 17 2020
The Wisconsin Depart-ment of Health Services (DHS) and Waushara County Health Department have confirmed the first positive case of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID- 19) in Waushara County on April
The Waushara County Public Works Committee and County Parks and Solid Waste Department staff are working hard to maintain essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic at the County parks and sol
Trout streams are bursting forth with new life welcoming fishers to their valley’s where trout eagerly chase the bugs of spring and new flowers splash their beauty along the banks.