Article Image Alt Text

While spending extended times at home may sound dull, many people are taking advantage of the extra time home. A lot of families have taken to the sidewalk as a way to spread positivity around the county.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

While spending extended times at home may sound dull, many people are taking advantage of the extra time home. A lot of families have taken to the sidewalk as a way to spread positivity around the county.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

Maggie is a Rotary Youth Exchange student who recently spent a year in Waupaca. Here’s her recent letter about her country’s COVID-19 situation. She appeals especially to youth to heed the call to self-isolate.

 

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

Wautoma has a new addition to the Hornets. Krueger is the newest head football coach. Krueger, from Mayville, grew up playing football. He even went to play for his college in Ripon, where he would eventually be able to coach.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

Ramona Becker, Richford, turned 101 on Sunday, March 15. Ramona is the mother of Bill and Sharon Becker and Jack and Mona Zelienka. She has 2 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text

Jaime Vincent and Dawn Jones were working at the distribution food site at Crossroads handing out lunches and breakfasts for all children under the age of 18.

Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Article Image Alt Text
Waushara County employees Cindy Loa, Charmine Norris, Sheriff Wally Zuehlke, K-9 Deputy Argo, and Kim Rachel gathered last Friday for an impromptu ceremony in which $177 raised by employees was donated to Waushara County Crime Stoppers.  The money was raised through “re-raffling” prizes recently won by an employee during ​the Wautoma Library fundraiser.

State Health Agency offers tips for travelers in response to COVID-19 Advice is for people who are planning and returning from trips

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is urging people who are planning trips and returning travelers to pay attention to guidance for travel provided by the Centers for Disease Control

Pages

Sports

Article Image Alt Text

Wautoma has a new addition to the Hornets. Krueger is the newest head football coach. Krueger, from Mayville, grew up playing football.

Community

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