MSA Professional Ser-vices Physical Engineer Todd Trader attended the May 9 regular Wautoma Common Council meeting to give an update on city street projects, summarizing recent activities and plans
Plainfield Municipal Court Judge Richard Hotchkiss received a glass plaque from Police Chief Aaron Kumferman as a token of appreciation from the village.
The Wautoma Area School Board unanimously elected Jay Klemann as the new president of the school board during their regular meeting held at Wautoma High School on May 9.
The Hancock Village Board received notice from Brad Stuczynski, a senior project engineer for MSA that the village was one of eight MSID projects selected in Wisconsin to receive funding for the im
The Wild Rose Village Board received a presentation from Clem Safranek of the CSA Professional Services during the May 4 regular meeting.