Gov. Scott Walker promoted Col. Robyn Blader to the rank of brigadier general during a formal ceremony Sept. 12 in the Senate Chamber at the state capitol building.
At about 11:10 a.m.
Brianna Repp runs away from a (stuffed) dog that’s chasing her on the bike rodeo course held April 16 at Pleasant View Elementary School.
The Waushara County Sheriff’s Department has found out the phone number in the new CenturyLink phone book coming out has a wrong phone number listed for the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office.
Christopher Zindars, 38, and Rachel Zindars, 35, appeared in court on April 7 for an initial appearance for multiple drugs after a search warrant executed at the residence of 625 Main Street, Redgr
On Saturday, May 9, the National Association of Letter Carriers, United States Postal Service, Feeding America, and other partners are asking the people of Wautoma to help Stamp Out Hunger.
Tri-County recently announced the boys and girls who were selected as the delegates for Badger Boy and Girl State.
Silvercryst owners James Heck and Mike Pfaller celebrated 15 years owning the iconic restaurant and hotel on April 16.
Kaitlyn Kazel, a Wautoma High School student and Copps employee, stops by the cheese station to taste-test name brand versus the generic brand for an taste-test experiment put on by the WHS statist
Thirty-six students and adults from Wild Rose High School recently participated in a United States History Study Tour to Philadelphia, PA, and New York City, NY.
The Tri-County Forensics team traveled to Madison for the state competition held at the University of Wisconsin Madison on Friday, April 17.
The Plainfield Village board meeting members discussed and took action on several items including new playground equipment and the changes needed in Veteran’s Park for the firemen’s jamboree during
Wautoma High School junior Nick Surprise performs a solo during “Libera Me”, the first of three songs performed by the concert choir during the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Concert Fes
Westfield Area High School Choir performed “Shenandoah/He’s Gone Away”, “Set Me As a Seal”, and “Can-Can” during the April 15 Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Concert Festival at the McCom
The Parkside Middle School 8th grade choir took the stage at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, on April 15 for the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) Concert Fest
The Wautoma High School Junior Class welcomed the community to attend “An Afternoon with the Great Gatsby” Community Prom at Camp Lakotah on Sunday, April 19.
On April 4 my father, Pete Culver, and I, Peder Culver, II, drove down to Indianapolis, IN, to watch the Wisconsin Badgers play in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Final Four for
Wautoma Great Gatsby Junior Prom was held at Camp Lakotah on April 18.
The Wild Rose Art & Design students successfully competed at the State Visual Arts Classic sponsored by the Wisconsin Art Education Association on April 10 at Madison Edgewood. Receiving first
This Sunday, April 19, is Wautoma High School’s Community Prom, “An Afternoon with the Great Gatsby,” at Camp Lakotah from 12:30 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Waushara County had an 18.7 percent voter turnout for the April 7 elections.
MSA Physical Engineer Todd Trader advised Wautoma Common Council members the Department of Administration will allow the city to use Community Development Block Grant funds to finance the reconstru
Jon Condon, Beloit, 1st Brigade Bandmaster, acknowledges the audience during the Wild Rose Kiwanis Spring Concert on Sunday, April 12.
Members of the Community Health Network Caring for Kids Golf committee have been busy preparing for the area’s premier golf event.