Glenn Geib, Lauritzen’s, Wild Rose, with Todd Steinkamp, Marshaltown, Iowa.

I have often said that Waushara County is a great place to live because of the wonderful people who live here. Everyone has lakes, streams, golf courses, picturesque terrain, but the people who live here are kind, generous, and see the good in others.

Glenn Geib, Lauritzen’s, Wild Rose, with Todd Steinkamp, Marshaltown, Iowa.

County Council Commander Woody Wickersheim installed Harold (Butch) Koeppl as the new Wolfman-Minskey American Legion Post 317 Commander on Feb. 14 at the World War II Veterans Memorial in Wautoma.

The Wicked Witch (Katy Bray) along with her defense attorney The Evil Stepmother (Katie Snyder) react to the testimony given by Sleeping Beauty during a recent rehearsal of “The Trial of the Wicked Witch” at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma.

Having been charged with casting spells, poisoning, kidnapping and attempted cannibalism, the Wicked Witch will finally face her accusers when fairytale characters jump off the page and into the courtroom for the “Trial of the Wicked Witch.”

The Wicked Witch (Katy Bray) along with her defense attorney The Evil Stepmother (Katie Snyder) react to the testimony given by Sleeping Beauty during a recent rehearsal of “The Trial of the Wicked Witch” at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma.
Resident Jeffrey Meredith (Jess Sullivan) explains to Ethel Savage (Maya Dix) his belief that Dr. Emmett isn’t a doctor at all, but rather a patient like the rest of them during a rehearsal of Wild Rose High School’s production of “The Curious Savage.”

With the right cast to bring a bit of humor and mystery to the stage, Wild Rose High School Play Director Jessica Machon knew “The Curious Savage” would allow her students a chance dive into a seemingly strange production no matter how strange the character may seem.

Resident Jeffrey Meredith (Jess Sullivan) explains to Ethel Savage (Maya Dix) his belief that Dr. Emmett isn’t a doctor at all, but rather a patient like the rest of them during a rehearsal of Wild Rose High School’s production of “The Curious Savage.”
Tanner Deist from Wautoma/Wild Rose took home 5th place during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Wrestling Tournament at University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Abraham Sell, Chilton/Hilbert, 6th place; Eric Bauer, Kewaskum, 4th place; Zach Licht, River Valley, 2nd place; Sam Stuhl, Ellsworth, 1st place; Jordan Sarver, Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards, 3rd place; and Tanner Deist, Wautoma/Wild Rose, 5th place.

Wautoma/Wild Rose junior Tanner Deist traveled to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to compete in his second consecutive Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 2 Individual State Wrestling Tournament Feb. 23-25.

Tanner Deist from Wautoma/Wild Rose took home 5th place during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Wrestling Tournament at University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Abraham Sell, Chilton/Hilbert, 6th place; Eric Bauer, Kewaskum, 4th place; Zach Licht, River Valley, 2nd place; Sam Stuhl, Ellsworth, 1st place; Jordan Sarver, Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards, 3rd place; and Tanner Deist, Wautoma/Wild Rose, 5th place.
Tri-County junior Brandon Peckham claimed 6th place in Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 3 State Finals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Stetson Potrykus, Wittenberg-Birnamwood., 5th place; Max Maylor, Iowa-Grant/Highland, 3rd place; Mason Kauffman, Stratford, 1st place; James Pfeiffer, Cadott, 2nd place; Ryan Neu, Dodgeland, 4th place; and Brandon Peckham, Tri-County, 6th place.

Tri-County junior Brandon Peckham traveled to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to compete in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Divisoin 3 State Finals on Feb. 23-25.

Tri-County junior Brandon Peckham claimed 6th place in Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 3 State Finals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Stetson Potrykus, Wittenberg-Birnamwood., 5th place; Max Maylor, Iowa-Grant/Highland, 3rd place; Mason Kauffman, Stratford, 1st place; James Pfeiffer, Cadott, 2nd place; Ryan Neu, Dodgeland, 4th place; and Brandon Peckham, Tri-County, 6th place.
Glenn Geib, Lauritzen’s, Wild Rose, with Todd Steinkamp, Marshaltown, Iowa.
The Wicked Witch (Katy Bray) along with her defense attorney The Evil Stepmother (Katie Snyder) react to the testimony given by Sleeping Beauty during a recent rehearsal of “The Trial of the Wicked Witch” at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma.
Resident Jeffrey Meredith (Jess Sullivan) explains to Ethel Savage (Maya Dix) his belief that Dr. Emmett isn’t a doctor at all, but rather a patient like the rest of them during a rehearsal of Wild Rose High School’s production of “The Curious Savage.”
Tanner Deist from Wautoma/Wild Rose took home 5th place during the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Wrestling Tournament at University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Abraham Sell, Chilton/Hilbert, 6th place; Eric Bauer, Kewaskum, 4th place; Zach Licht, River Valley, 2nd place; Sam Stuhl, Ellsworth, 1st place; Jordan Sarver, Nekoosa/Assumption/Port Edwards, 3rd place; and Tanner Deist, Wautoma/Wild Rose, 5th place.
Tri-County junior Brandon Peckham claimed 6th place in Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 3 State Finals at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House on Feb. 25. Pictured are: Stetson Potrykus, Wittenberg-Birnamwood., 5th place; Max Maylor, Iowa-Grant/Highland, 3rd place; Mason Kauffman, Stratford, 1st place; James Pfeiffer, Cadott, 2nd place; Ryan Neu, Dodgeland, 4th place; and Brandon Peckham, Tri-County, 6th place.

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The Tri-County boys basketball team celebrated senior and parents’ night following their 70-47 home victory over the Bowler Panthers on Feb. 23.