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Phat Acrobat performed at the Hometown Christmas program on Dec. 6 at the Performing Arts Center, Wautoma. They sang “My Hometown” and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.”

 

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Mike Hoch, antique clock hobbyist with Robert Sivick, Waushara County Administrator in front of the 1910 Regulator wall clock that now is a functioning clock, thanks to Hock.

On Monday, April 30, 1928 the then Waushara County Courthouse was completely destroyed by fire due to a malfunctioning furnace.  While the Courthouse burned several County employees removed valuable items such as typewriters and records.  One even made use of a World War I gas mask to breathe whi

Mike Hoch, antique clock hobbyist with Robert Sivick, Waushara County Administrator in front of the 1910 Regulator wall clock that now is a functioning clock, thanks to Hock.
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Buck Batterman Awards were presented to deserving fifth grade students during a DARE graduation ceremony held Dec. 6 in Wild Rose.

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On Dec. 7 at the Plainfield Lions Christmas Party, two of their long-time members were presented with the Melvin Jones Award. Randy VanHaren and Jim Cesar were each presented a Melvin Jones Award for their many years of continued service to the Plainfield Community.

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The Hartford Waushara County Mission Fund of the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin awarded the Leon-Saxeville Library $3,000 toward the replacing of computers, and $1,500 toward a Pilot Project of additional Programming Events that the Library will match in 2020.

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Mike Hoch, antique clock hobbyist with Robert Sivick, Waushara County Administrator in front of the 1910 Regulator wall clock that now is a functioning clock, thanks to Hock.
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Plainfield firefighters responded to a fire call at Ron’s Family Restaurant on the evening of Dec. 7. The restaurant is a total loss.

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The Wautoma Hornets won their second and third games of the season against Princeton and Weyauwega-Fremont on Dec. 3 and 5 during boys’ basketball play.

Community

Donna Lee Teschner, age 69, of Wild Rose, passed away Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 at ThedaCare Medical Center-Appleton.