On February 10th about 7:15 a.m.
To improve efficiencies and to have greater impact, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is looking more and more for grant projects to be a part of plan for the management of a lake
An annual check presentation to the Wild Rose Hospital Mammography Department from the Red Fox Polar Plunge took place Feb. 19. Every Jan.
On Feb. 20, members of the Knollwood Illinois Fire Department presented a check for $1,000 to the Hancock Area Veterans Association (HAVA) at The Cabin in Coloma.
On Feb. 21, the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office took a report of hit and run with property damage crash in the Town of Poy Sippi.
Ponderosa Pines Owner Sandy Bula and her friend Sandy Warzynski pose with Elvis (TJ Clementi) after the Elvis, Patsy Cline & Friends Tribute Show at Ponderosa Pines Feb. 21.
On Feb. 10, the Marquette County Land & Water Conservation Department sponsored the Environmental Speaking Contest.
At 3:01 a.m. on Feb. 14, the Waushara County 911 Center received a call of person that was struck by a vehicle on County Road EE, north of Buttercup Drive, Town of Leon.
Celebrating the 100th day of school, the Wild Rose students, parents and staff, in addition to the Wild Rose Kiwanis Club, Jerry and Ruth Apps, Jon and Jane Wilcox, and the Henschel fami
Dave Clark (right), Shopko Hometown, Wautoma, store manager, presented a check to Wautoma School District Administrator Jeff Kasuboski (left) for $2,000 for the purchase of school supplies for low-
Wautoma Welding Program SkillsUSA members Cole Juday and Devin Borchardt competed at the Northcentral Technical College (NTC) Regional Welding Competition against several Central Wisconsin high sch
On Feb.10 at 2 p.m., the Marquette County 911 Center received a call of a traffic crash that occurred on State Highway 23, east of 11th road in the Town of Packwaukee.
The St. Joe’s Knights of Columbus recently donated to the Waushara County Food Pantry.
In late November 2014, the Waushara County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau initiated a Heroin Distribution Investigation in Waushara County.
Wild Rose High School band students Erin Quella and Allyson Haag were chosen by the UW-Platteville Music Department to participate in the Tri-State Honors Band.
Tri-County held their annual Family Reading Night Feb. 12 for students and their family members. More than 280 students and family members were registered for the meal and events.
As an effort to raise money for the American Red Cross, Wild Rose School District decided to do a fundraiser where students donated a dollar to dress up like a superhero of their choice.
What had been a very close basketball competition through most of the Feb.
The Tri-County Penguins traveled to Manawa for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Atheltic Association regional wrestling meet Feb. 14.
Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors Tanner Deist, Andrew Henschel, Marcus Kasuboski, and Taylor Rivers advanced to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Sectionals having placed in the t
The Westfield Pioneers wrestling team began their post-season competition at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional in Mauston Feb. 14.
The Almond-Bancroft/Pacelli Warbirds traveled to Manawa for the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Assoc-iation Regional wrestling meet Feb. 14.
The Westfield Pioneers played host to their South Central Conference rival the Wisconsin Dells Chiefs on Feb. 13.
The Tri-County Penguins played host to the Rosholt Hornets Feb. 10 for a CWC-10 conference matchup. The Penguins played a great game, but were not able to hold on as they lost 35-47.
The Almond-Bancroft Eagles took on the Wild Rose Wildcats on Feb. 21 during a boys’ basketball matchup at Almond-Bancroft High School. Both teams were evenly matched and played hard.