On Monday, Jan.
Though the fairgrounds were closed and the parade was canceled, the City of Wautoma and the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce knew the fireworks show must go on.
On Monday, Jan.
Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, will celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity on Sunday, Jan. 17.
On Saturday, Jan. 16, the Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile Club will sponsor their annual torchlight parade through the streets of Coloma.
The first of four public planning sessions to develop management plans for Long Lake (Springwater-Saxeville) and Big Silver Lake is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
Patterson Memorial Library Director Kent Barnard was recently presented a check from Wild Rose Lioness Mary Pilz to be used for library materials and for the limited After School Program the librar
Waushara County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Team Sgt. Brian Wenzel and Mac will be the guest speakers at the Wild Rose Kiwanis Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Sgt.
Current postsecondary and undergraduate high school graduates are encouraged to apply for the Edwin E. and Janet L. Bryant Foundation, Inc. scholarship by March 15.
During the Wautoma Common Council regular meeting on Jan.
The Coloma Lions will be sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Saturday, Jan. 16 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Anna Follett Community Center, 155 Front Street, Coloma.
Parkside Middle School Principal Deb Premo shared with the board intervention teachers Tina Engel and Justine Naparella’s idea for a Lending Library during the Wautoma Area School Board’s regular m
The Tea Workshop that was going to be held at the Wautoma Public Library on Jan. 7 has been rescheduled for Thursday, Jan 21.
The Wild Rose Teacher Team recently presented a check to the American Cancer Society-Waushara Relay for Life Regional Representative Stephanie Printz for $827.61.
Dr. Pepper Snapple (DPS) and the national nonprofit KaBOOM!
Brian Getchius, FIC, a financial advisor with Thrivent Financial, Wautoma, recently received the President Award for life insurance production from the National Association of Fraternal Insurance C
The winners of the 41st annual Neshkoro Lions Club Fisheree were: Derrick Mlodzik, DeForest for his 18 ¼-inch Bass; Theresa Hopp, Neshkoro, for her 7-inch blue gill, the only one caught during the
The First Congregational United Church of Christ, Redgranite, identified the Vision 2020 Backpack Nutrition Program as a recipient of their “Change for Causes” campaign, an outreach activity of the
The Wild Rose Village Board approved a McMahon Agreement involving an evaluation report for effluent ammonia and phosphorous during the Jan. 6 regular meeting.
In July of 2015 the Wautoma Area School District Board of Education decided to begin working on a long range strategic plan to carry our children into the future.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors (WWR) traveled to Omro to compete in a 12-team invitational on Jan. 9.
The Wautoma AARP Chapter installed their new officers during their December meeting by Waushara County Circuit Court Judge Guy Dutcher.
Clubs and organizations give a great deal back to communities throughout America and it is no different in Wautoma, Wisconsin. We are fortunate to live in an area where we have active members in o
Bob Bergen, Wautoma, captured this photo of a beautiful Cedar Waxwing enjoying the tiny apples on a tree at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma.
The Waushara County Watershed Lakes Council, Inc.
Culver’s® of Wautoma, underwent an exten-sive reimaging in mid-November. The entire dining room, front area and bathrooms have received a fresh, updated remodel, and guests can expect to find a war
Perhaps you recall July evenings after a warm rain, when robins sing their evening song and long slanting sunrays light up pastures and brighten the aspen groves – that was the time to grab a shade