Top Producer Editor Sara Schafer congratulated Jeremie Pavelski of Heartland Farms for being named a 2018 finalist for Farm Journal’s Top Producer of the Year during a recent ceremony in Chicago, IL. Photo by Tina Smothers, Top Producer.

Jeremie Pavelski, president of Heartland Farms in Hancock, was recently honored as a 2018 finalist for Farm Journal’s annual Top Producer of the Year Award. He received recognition in front of more than 700 of his peers in Chicago, IL, in late January.

Top Producer Editor Sara Schafer congratulated Jeremie Pavelski of Heartland Farms for being named a 2018 finalist for Farm Journal’s Top Producer of the Year during a recent ceremony in Chicago, IL. Photo by Tina Smothers, Top Producer.

Wautoma/Wild Rose senior Dillon Martin recorded his 100th win after defeating Mauston’s Rayn Vang by at pin in 1:30 during the South Central Conference Tournament at Adams-Friendship High School on Feb. 2.

Sam Eustice

A hand shake here and a meeting there, along with a few introductions and a little brainstorming. That’s how employees at Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) have worked with many leaders and citizens throughout the Waushara region for a long time.

Sam Eustice

The American Legion Post 370 is currently accepting donations for its Veterans Memorial 2018 fund drive.

Seven Wautoma/Wild Rose wrestlers took 1st or 2nd place in their weight divisions during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional in Lodi to advance to the Individual Sectional at Richland Center this Saturday, Feb. 17. Pictured are: (back row):  Lucas Hackney,  Dillon Martin, Damean Netzler and Andrew Henschel; (front row): Dylan Hughes, Abram Lezama and Tanner Deist.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose wrestling team finished in 2nd place at the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional on Feb. 10 in Lodi with 223.5 points.

Seven Wautoma/Wild Rose wrestlers took 1st or 2nd place in their weight divisions during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional in Lodi to advance to the Individual Sectional at Richland Center this Saturday, Feb. 17. Pictured are: (back row):  Lucas Hackney,  Dillon Martin, Damean Netzler and Andrew Henschel; (front row): Dylan Hughes, Abram Lezama and Tanner Deist.

Tate Bodouski, 7, and his sister, Quinn, 6, Appleton, posed for a picture while attending the Coloma Lions Club Fisheree at Pleasant Lake on Feb. 10. Their family has a cabin on Pleasant Lake and enjoys coming to the event every year.

Top Producer Editor Sara Schafer congratulated Jeremie Pavelski of Heartland Farms for being named a 2018 finalist for Farm Journal’s Top Producer of the Year during a recent ceremony in Chicago, IL. Photo by Tina Smothers, Top Producer.
Sam Eustice
Seven Wautoma/Wild Rose wrestlers took 1st or 2nd place in their weight divisions during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Regional in Lodi to advance to the Individual Sectional at Richland Center this Saturday, Feb. 17. Pictured are: (back row):  Lucas Hackney,  Dillon Martin, Damean Netzler and Andrew Henschel; (front row): Dylan Hughes, Abram Lezama and Tanner Deist.

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Wautoma/Wild Rose senior Dillon Martin recorded his 100th win after defeating Mauston’s Rayn Vang by at pin in 1:30 during the South Central Conference Tournament at Adams-Friendship High School on

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The Wautoma Area School board unanimously approved Bryant Bednarek as Wautoma High School’s new assistant principal during their regular board meeting on Feb. 12 at Riverview Elementary School.