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Wild Rose second grade students visited the Wild Rose Area Fire Station during fire prevention week. Among those students visiting the station on Oct.

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These runners started their 5K run on Oct. 12 at Nordic Mountain during the annual Reach the Peak event. The event also included 1K and 15K runs, face-painting, kid’s games, prizes, and a brat fry.

 

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This Families/Kids/Individual category entry was titled Scary, Silly, Sassy and could be seen at the Scarecrow Festival on Oct. 12 at the Neshkoro Community Center.

 

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Scott Bunde, Shawn Sullivan and Klye Siebers captured and released trout during the TU CARES Stream & Field Day at Bird Creek, Wautoma.

A short time ago in September, despite gray foreboding clouds and occasional bouts of wind driven mists, many walked the trails adjacent Bird Creek, which travels along the banks of Wautoma’s in-city trout stream.

Scott Bunde, Shawn Sullivan and Klye Siebers captured and released trout during the TU CARES Stream & Field Day at Bird Creek, Wautoma.
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The Wild Rose Kiwanis board for the 2019-20 calendar year was installed at their Annual Meeting on Oct. 1.

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Wautoma Fire Fighter Paul Brown taught James Gustin how to work the hose on Oct. 12 during the Annual Open House. Besides goodie bags and food, the kids had the opportunity to tour an ambulance, meet with police officers, EMTs, and Firefighters, and learn to use a variety of equipment.

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Scott Bunde, Shawn Sullivan and Klye Siebers captured and released trout during the TU CARES Stream & Field Day at Bird Creek, Wautoma.
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COUNTY AG NEWS

Organic Matter Needed

 

The fall ritual is underway. People are piling up their organic matter—leaves, pine needles and lawn mulch—and having it hauled away.

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