Waushara County Courthouse staff members gather on the Courthouse steps in their purple gear in honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

Waushara County em-ployees participated in World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) on June 15.

Waushara County Courthouse staff members gather on the Courthouse steps in their purple gear in honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Chief Warrant Officer Four Patrick L. Rasmussen celebrates his retirement with wife Dr. Ruth Anne Rasmussen and children Caleb, Mason, and Madison.

Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) Patrick L. Rasmussen, a Special Agent with the US Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, retired from the US Army in June 2018.

Chief Warrant Officer Four Patrick L. Rasmussen celebrates his retirement with wife Dr. Ruth Anne Rasmussen and children Caleb, Mason, and Madison.
City of Wautoma Police Chief Paul Weiss, District Administrator Jeff Kasuboski, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, and Wautoma High School Principal and incoming District Administrator Tom Rheinheimer celebrate the awarded School Safety Grant Funding.

    Attorney General Brad Schimel announced a list of 20 schools that have been awarded the next round of grants through the Wisconsin Department of Justice School Safety Grant program, administered by DOJ’s Office of School Safety.

City of Wautoma Police Chief Paul Weiss, District Administrator Jeff Kasuboski, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, and Wautoma High School Principal and incoming District Administrator Tom Rheinheimer celebrate the awarded School Safety Grant Funding.

Brody Grimmenga, a kindergarten student at Coloma Elementary school, was one of the winners of the WCEMS EMS Week coloring contest. His prize was a ride to school in an ambulance on June 6.

The White River flowing through the City of Wautoma overflowed its banks this past weekend.  Rainfall totals in the county ranged from 6 to 8 inches from June 15 through June 19.  

Sunday night's storms took out a section of 30th Road between Alp Drive and 31st Avenue in the Township of Saxeville. The road will be closed indefinitely, reported Saxeville Chairman John vanAmerongen. The area has received anywhere from 6 to 8 plus inches of rain since June 15.

Waushara County Courthouse staff members gather on the Courthouse steps in their purple gear in honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Chief Warrant Officer Four Patrick L. Rasmussen celebrates his retirement with wife Dr. Ruth Anne Rasmussen and children Caleb, Mason, and Madison.
City of Wautoma Police Chief Paul Weiss, District Administrator Jeff Kasuboski, Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, and Wautoma High School Principal and incoming District Administrator Tom Rheinheimer celebrate the awarded School Safety Grant Funding.

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