Little firefighters Levi, 5, and Cody Jalensky, 3, of Wild Rose, make Dalmatian pups out of miniature pumpkins while at an Oct. 6 open house held at the Saxeville-Springwater Fire Station.
And… begin. Welcome back. All over the state and the nation the first days of the new school year are underway.
Monday, September, 17th is your lucky day.
ThedaCare Physicians-Appleton West welcomed family medicine physician Paul Stevens, MD, to their facility.
The Waushara Classic League Modified Softball held their annual league tournament on Aug. 25 at Swan Park in Waupaca.
September brings on all of the things that I like about the fall. The nights are cool and crisp, and the days are sunny and mild. The leaves start to change color.
September is National Recovery Month, and it’s an opportunity to learn more about what it means for a person to seek help for an addiction and the challenges he or she faces to attain recovery and
The jackpot at the Wild Rose Lions Bingo climbed to well over $2,000 and was given away on Sept. 6 during the night’s session.
Dr. Groos spoke at Hope Lutheran Church, Wautoma, on Sept. 9 for the Poverty Awareness event.
On Sept. 15, the Waushara County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will be hosting an Ice Age Social at the Mt. Morris Coffee Shop located on N3694 State Road 152, Mt. Morris.
Drought is such a common gardening threat that it gets a lot of attention.
This dynamic due by the name of Vizace provided the musical entertainment at the Silver Lake Manor Annual picnic in Wautoma on Sept. 6.
The Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center is excited to announce that Dick Kalata will be speaking at the monthly membership meeting in September.
Wild Rose Classic Car Show member Allen Jenks presented a check to Wild Rose Fire Chief Allen Luchini for the Wild Rose Area Fire Department.
Wild Rose Classic Car Show members Allen Jenks and Beth Cuts presented a check to Vicki Bergemann and Cal Wilson of the American Legion Post 370 for the Veterans Memorial Helicopter project.
As part of the Lake Sturgeon Exhibit Lecture Series at the Wild Rose State Fish Hatchery Education Center, the public had the opportunity to attend a presentation given by UW-Stevens Point graduate
Thrivent Financial is hosting a free educational event to help attendees learn how to retire with confidence. The event will be held at 6 p.m., Monday, Sept.
The Fox Valley Workforce Development Board (FVW-DB), Neenah, which operates the Wautoma Job Center and six other centers had announced the permanent relocation of the Wautoma Job Center to its new
Local businesses, organ-izations, and individuals have decorated Main Street in Wild Rose to help welcome the 11th annual Wild Rose Classic Car Show to the Roseville Shops this Saturday, Sept.
The balance in the Harry Schroeder Trust account is now being distributed due to the death of his son, Russell Schroeder. The distributions to the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Waushara-Wa
MSA Professionals En-gineer Todd Trader attended the Sept.
Grace Bible Church, Wild Rose, welcomes Usama K. Dakdok, a specialist in Islam and Evangelism to Muslims, as a guest speaker on Sunday, Sept. 9.
Two-year-old Grace Washburn, Wild Rose, went for a pony ride, with a little help from her mom, Emily, at the KidzRok event at Willow Creek Park on Sept.