by Sara Mihor
Gov. Scott Walker promoted Col. Robyn Blader to the rank of brigadier general during a formal ceremony Sept. 12 in the Senate Chamber at the state capitol building.
by Sara Mihor
On Aug. 27, Shopko Hometown of Wautoma Manager Michelle Weeks presented a check of $500 to Hannah Klusmeyer, the Director of the Wautoma Public Library.
On Aug. 26 at ap-proximately 7 p.m., a one-vehicle crash occurred on Ember Drive in Westfield Township, Marquette County. The driver of the vehicle drove off the road, striking a tree.
With fall sports getting into full swing, it’s time for parents, coaches, referees, and others to be aware of the symptoms of a concussion and how to care for an athlete with a suspected head injur
Neshkoro’s Amy and Jim Holzwart, along with their dog Della, were awarded fifty-dollars for having walked a combined 164 miles during the Walk-the-Waush Hike Challenge throughout the summer.
An educational program for caregivers will be held Sept. 12 through Oct. 17 in Wautoma.
“You do it now or you do it later, but you will do it.
Dawn Buchholz, Director, Waushara County Human Services, gave a detailed annual report to the Waushara County Board of Supervisors at their regular meeting held at the Leon Town Hall on Aug.
MSA Professional Ser-vices Physical Engineer Dan Rammer attended the Aug.
4-H Members from all over Waushara County enjoyed competing Aug. 19 at the Waushara County Fair in Archery and Air Rifle.
Wild Rose High School student Matt Kapral took an eye-opening mission trip earlier this summer, and gave a presentation of his experience for the public on Aug.
UW-Green Bay Freshmen Shanyce Davis and Jacqulyn Kane and Sophomore Hannah Bunde are Wautoma locals that moved to the city the Packers call home.
It seems that you can’t turn the TV or radio on without hearing about some sort of supplement for men.
Tri-County Class of 1975 members Joan Wallner Sullivan, Gary Meyers, Russ Booth Jr, Rodney Murray, and Dan Boerner were present at their 25 Years and Over class reunion on July 28 at Ponderosa Pine
Mollie B, the star of RFD-TV’s “Mollie B Polka Party,” invites the public to a Valentine’s Day dance on Sunday, Feb. 17 at City Inn Bar/Grill Banquet Hall located at 689 Broadway St., Berlin.
The CodeRED® Mobile Alert App is used by local emergency services to send critical communications to the public; covering everything from evacuation notices, missing child alerts and severe weather
Golden Sands RC&D will host a landowner meeting at the Deerfield Town Hall, Hancock, on Thursday, Sept. 27 to promote the Woods & Wildlife for Today and Tomorrow pilot program.
As summer is drawing to a close, the Wautoma Public Library is making the Autumn transition as enjoyable and educational as possible.
The Fox Valley Work-force Development Board (FVWDB), Neenah, which operates the Wautoma Job Center and six other centers have relocated to their new location at the Fox Tech Regional Center at 556
At the regular meeting of the Waushara County Board of Supervisors held at the Leon Town Hall in Pine River on Aug.
On Aug. 26 at 8:14 a.m., a one-vehicle crash occurred on State Rd 73/County Rd C just outside of the City of Wautoma.
The Redgranite Public Library received a generous gift from the estate of Isabel Groth.
Wautoma High School Class of 1978 had their 40th reunion on Aug.11 at Johann’s Bar & Grill in Richford.
On Aug. 16, the Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Pete Tebeest, Area Supervisor at CenturyLink, to their morning meeting at Culver’s.
The second race of the NICA season took place at Nordic Mountain in Mt Morris on Sept. 16. For the racers, this meant steeper climbs and one of the leagues more challenging courses.