The Wild Rose Community Band will be performing a free concert to residents and visitors of King Veterans Home at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24.The concert will be held in the Activity Center of Marden Hall and will last less than an hour.
A schedule had been released for the Chain Saw Safety Classes to be held at Samsel Tree Farm, Hancock. Level I classes will be held on Oct. 14, Jan. 13 and Feb.
The parishioners from Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Poy Sippi have been working hard trying to raise enough money to put an addition on their church.
‘Phat Acrobat’, a band that is well known to Wautoma is next in this summer’s Music in the Park lineup.
Mark Kalata of Almond won the Pure Stock Feature Friday, Aug. 25, at the Golden Sands Speedway. Kalata also won his heat race and finished second in qualifying. Photo by: Jeff Blaser.
The 2nd annual Golf Outing Fundraiser of the Wautoma Midstate Snowdrifters will be held at Two Oaks on Saturday, Sept. 16. The outing is open to the public.
The Wild Rose School Board approved the purchase of a school car for student transportation during a special meeting held on Aug. 24.
The Westfield girls volleyball team traveled to Poynette on Aug. 24 for a Quad against Johnson Creek, Poynette and Montello.
The number of reported sports-related concussions in children and teens have doubled in the past 10 years as more coaches, parents and athletes recognize its symptoms and how dangerous concussions
Wautoma Area School District Administrator Jeff Kasuboski presented the 2017-18 operating budget to the Wautoma Area School Board during the budget hearing held Aug.
Coloma Dynamites 4-H Club members recently completed their second highway clean up.
Siblings Emma and Jacob Julka of Beaver Dam held on tight as they rode the Scrambler at the Waushara County Fair on Aug. 18 in Wautoma.
Redgranite is set to welcome you to their annual Labor Days Festival, one of the longest running Labor Day Festivals in the state of Wisconsin.
Grace United Methodist Church in Wautoma will be holding a community movie showing and discussion of “Food, Inc.” at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 30.
Ray Repinske donated the 1957 Farmall Cub tractor to the Hancock Fire Department for the Hancock Volunteer Firemen’s Jamboree Raffle.
In 2016 the University of Wisconsin-Madison launched Project 72, an initiative aimed at recognizing the powerful partnership between the university and the state’s 72 counties.
Those at the flag ceremony at the Town of Richford Cemetery on Aug.
During the Aug. 16 Al-mond-Bancroft school board meeting, board members heard presentations regarding the Learn for Life Program run by the United Way and the WISEgrant.
The Tri-County school board held their budget hearing and annual meeting in the high school auditorium on Aug. 22. Twelve people were in attendance at the meeting.
The Wild Rose Kiwanis Club was recognized at the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District Annual Convention Saturday, August 19 when their annual spring concert received top recognition as a Signature Pro
The Almond-Bancroft Eagles hosted the Fall River Pirates in a non-conference season opener on Aug. 18.
Ryan Lois completed 12 of 21 passes for 268 yards and 4 touchdowns. Cade Peterson caught 9 passes for 167 yards and 3 touchdowns. Spencer Klinger caught 2 passes for 87 yards and 1 touchdown.
A new high school football season is underway, with the Wild Rose Wildcats recording a 21-7 victory over the Oshkosh Lourdes Knights in Aug. 18 non-conference action.