The Wild Rose High School will present their spring play entitled “Play On!” by Rick Abott on March 23 and 24 at 7 p.m.
The last Saturday open to visitors at the Wild Rose Hatchery Education Center will be Saturday, Oct. 31.
The Waushara County Historical Society Museum, Wautoma, will celebrate Halloween from 7-10 p.m. on Oct. 17, Oct. 24, and Oct. 31.
Wautoma High School Spanish teachers Belinda Peterman and Beth Vind presented their Costa Rica Summer 2017 trip preliminary plan to the Wautoma Area School Board during the Oct.
MSA Professional Services Resident Project Manager Tom Hubbard attended the Oct. 12 regular Wautoma Common Council meeting, to inform the council that the St.
The Hancock Village Board discussed the new Waushara County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) station for the western side of the county during their regular meeting held Oct. 12.
During the recent October meeting of the Mt. Morris Pioneers 4-H Club, the members elected their 2015-16 officers.
The Board of Com-missioners of Public Lands (BCPL) announced on Oct.
Redgranite Fire Department volunteer firefighter Savanah Lauderhaus shows Connor Bielmeier, 3, her helmet while visiting Little Sprouts Discovery Center, Redgranite, for a fire prevention presentat
The Wild Rose Village Board approved the permanent placement of an antique army helicopter at the Idlewild Airport during the Oct. 8 meeting.
The Wild Rose One Fund Drive was established in 1958 to allow the community of Wild Rose an opportunity to make one donation to be shared with numerous charities and local youth organizations.
The Wild Rose Kiwanis Club recently welcomed new members Karen Reynolds, Mary Stoll, Caryn Ruetten, Kay Barnard, and Craig Hayes to their growing club.
Christopher and Cathryn Gunst, Pine River, exhibited their senior 3-year-old, Milksource Destry, Tanya, to an 11th place finish at World Dairy Expo held Oct. 4-8 in Madison.
Volunteers, families, children, and dogs gathered to enjoy the autumn weather at the 17th annual Fall Color Hike and Dog Walk sponsored by the Waushara Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance.
The Wild Rose School Board approved a leave of absence request during the Oct. 8 meeting.
On Sept. 7, 1875, Mt. Morris Norwegian Mutual Fire Insurance Company was organized in Mt. Morris.
During the Plainfield Village Board regular meeting held Oct. 6, board members heard reports about Davy Engineering, MSA Professional Services, and the Plainfield Fireman’s Jamboree.
Living in Waushara County, we are in awe of the beauty that surrounds us each and everyday and the wildlife that live here. This is particularly true for Dave Voss, a resident that lives on Hwy.
The Wild Rose girls’ volleyball team hosted the Central Wisconsin Conference-10 (CWC-10) pool play tournament on Oct. 10.
The World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma, has been secured by the LZ Rally to receive all veterans and to pay tribute to the honorable veterans of the Vietnam era.
CAP Services’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is seeking volunteers to fill a variety of roles helping provide free tax help in Waushara County for the coming filing season.
On Wednesday, Oct. 7, members from the Hope Lutheran Church Confirmation Class completed a community service project.
Eleanor Zahn, 3, Neshkoro, posed for a photo with the Minion Scarecrows at the Neshkoro Scarecrow Festival held Oct. 10.
Mt. Morris Township, rural Waushara County, was renamed Mt. Lance and Mt. Chaudoir for a day recognizing the overall fastest male and female contestants in the Reach the Peak 15K.
Tri-County senior Brooke Hopkins will compete in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association 3-Point Challenge this Saturday, March 10, at the Resch Center in Green Bay.