When the Adams County Emergency Services (ACES) was forced to shut down on May 20 and the county was left without service, Waushara County stepped up to the plate to help.
Waushara County had 2,326 registered voters, for a 12.5 percent turnout, in the fall primary elections held on Aug. 9.
Waushara County Sheriff’s Office will join hundreds of other law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin to combat drunken driving during the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” national camp
Kelsey Michalski recently presented Neshkoro Police Chief, Randy Reilly with snacks as part of the #OlivesBranches program, showing random acts of kindness.
The Wild Rose School District passed the proposed 2016-17 budget during an annual school meeting and budget hearing held Aug. 8.