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Santa Claus was the special guest at the Holiday Parade in downtown Wautoma on Dec. 5. He greeted those who attended and was driven by Bucky The Reindeer.
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On Friday, July 17, the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office had taken into custody Bruce Vossekuil, who had been eluding law enforcement for the past week.
Relay For Life of Waushara County will be held Friday, July 31 to Saturday, Aug. 1 at Wautoma High School.
On Saturday, July 25, The Wisconsin Operating Engineers will dedicate a 108,000-square-foot addition to its training center culminating a two-year building process and representing a capital invest
Waushara County Department of Aging will show gratitude to the 50th Anniversary of the Older Americans Act, the signing of Medicare and Medicaid 50 years ago, the 25th Anniversary of the Americans
The Rural Rembrandts held their 67th annual art show July 18-19 at the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center.
Volunteers from the Waushara County Master Gardeners and others are working hard to prepare the gardens at the Hancock Research Station for the annual Open House and Twilight Tour to be held from 4
A Central Wisconsin favorite “Rebel One” will headling along with opening act “Dover Court” during the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce and City of Wautoma’s Music in the Park series from 6-8:30 p
On Sunday, July 12, the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office received a call from the West Suburban Major Crimes Task Force of Illinois.
Eric E. Banaszak, 42, Redgranite, appeared in court July 20 with attorney Ben Szilagyi for a plea hearing for one count of Hit and Run – Resulting in Death.
On Wednesday July 15, five children from the Pine River area participated in Waushara County’s first-ever Pillowcase Project at the Leon-Saxeville Library.
John Lindberg plays bass guitar and Karen Wollenberg plays violin as the Neshkoro Community Chorus sang “ Rockwood River” July 18 at St. James Place, Neshkoro.
Rural Westfield resident Willard Buchholz recently celebarted his 97th birthday with family and friends at a party hosted by his two daughters, Karen Posorske and Mary Rivera. The party was held at
MaryAnn Berkshire, Wautoma, finished her 12th book recently, titled “The Ghosts of Coven Manor,” the third book in her “Ghostly” series.
The Wild Rose School Board approved a change to the district dental insurance plan during the July 16 regular meeting.
Two-year-old Abby Tok, Woodbury, MN, had her face and fingernails painted and was having fun picking out a duck during a game at St. Joseph’s Parish Festival, Wautoma.
Wautoma Public Library Director Nicole Overbeck thanked those who attended Taste of Wautoma for supporting the library.
In recognition of their involvement and investment in the community, Coloma has designated Saturday, July 25 as Operating Engineer’s Day.
The Wautoma Class of 1955 was honored at the Wautoma 50 and Over Reunion held July 18 at the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma.
The Wautoma High School Class of 1965 was honored as the newest class at Wautoma’s 50 and Over Reunion held July 18 at the Word War II Memorial Building, Wautoma.
Volunteer Barb Berry, Wild Rose, sorts Tupperware at the Waushara County Fairgrounds for the annual Habitat for Humanity Rummage Sale held Saturday, July 18.
The Peniel Quartet Group consisting of Christopher Guy, Joshua Giese, Devin Scherck, and Rev.
The Redgranite Advance-ment Association will host a brat, burger and hot dog fundraiser on Saturday, July 25 at the Redgranite Piggly Wiggly from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At this year’s Waushara County Fair, there will be an opportunity for youth ages 4-8 to participate in the Tykes in Training Showmanship Contest on Friday, Aug.