The Wild Rose Community Band will be performing a free concert to residents and visitors of King Veterans Home at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24.The concert will be held in the Activity Center of Marden Hall and will last less than an hour.
The Kid’s Corner will once again be a featured stop for many visitors to the annual Home and Community Education (HCE) Holiday Fair on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Jerry A. Schwister, 41, Lohrville, appeared in Waushara County Circuit Court on Oct.
Tri-County District Administrator Tony Marinack informed the board the school will receive a declining enrollment exemption this year as the number of students has continued to decline over the pas
Sandi Lockhart, member for Bancroft State Bank Relay for Life team, was recently honored for being the highest fundraiser for the Relay For Life-Waushara County.
Serena Trochinski, Elijah Churchville, Brett Mueller, Ethan Lauritzen, and Logan Jones demonstrate healthy snacking by taking a bite out of apples during a Ready, Set, Crunch promotion held at Wild
Megan Kreuscher, 7, Neshkoro, dressed up as a colorful owl, while her little brother, Jonathon, 5, dressed up as a fireman for trick-or-treating in Neshkoro on Oct. 31.
The American Red Cross is helping a family of nine after a fire on Friday, Oct. 30 on Monroe Street, Berlin.
The Wautoma Public Library received a technology update grant to purchase e-readers and tablets for use by the library patrons. The new devices will be loaded with educational and entertaining apps
Family entertainer Randy Peterson performed for the children of all ages during the Halloween Pizza Party at Parkside Middle School, Wautoma, on Oct. 31.
In August, the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous Crime Stoppers tip stating that Adam Buchholtz, 28, and his father, former Green Lake County Sheriff Lance Buchholtz, 61, were
Bernadette Krentz, Berlin, was honored as the 2015 Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award for her continued dedication to her community during the Chamber’s fall banquet held a
Cathy Favelle, CoreQuest Yoga & Spa, Wautoma, was named Waushara County Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year during the Chamber’s fall banquet held at Silvercryst, Wautoma, on Oct.
The Wautoma and Almond-Bancroft High School Varsity Football teams moved on to the second round of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) playoffs having defeated their opponents
The members of the Wild Rose Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting a holiday bake and craft sale on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Wild Rose Community Hospital in the lower level conference room from 9 a.m.
Community members will gamble for a good cause to help raise funds for Wild Rose Community Memorial Hospital during its annual Casino Night at Oakwood Supper Club, Wild Rose, on Nov. 7.
The Wild Rose High School Drama and Music Department will present the timeless fairytale Cinderella at the Wild Rose High School Auditorium.
The Waushara County Food Pantry invites friends, neighbors, volunteers and partners to visit the Food Pantry during their Open House from 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29.
The Almond-Bancroft school board meeting was held following the annual budget meeting on Oct.
orney Scott Blader and Human Services Director Dawn Buchholz provided their annual reports to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors during the regular meeting held Oct.
Joseph Dean, senior adviser for Sen.
On Oct 19, members from the Wautoma Webelos Troop 3650 visited the Redgranite Fire Department to obtain their First Aid badge.
After dropping two conference games against Adams-Friendship and Nekoosa in five-sets, the Wautoma girls volleyball team was looking for their first South Central Conference win when they hosted th