The Wild Rose Community Band will be performing a free concert to residents and visitors of King Veterans Home at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24.The concert will be held in the Activity Center of Marden Hall and will last less than an hour.

Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett presented Deputy Scott Eagan and Communication Officer Kaitlin Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize deputies for outstanding job performance. This is Deputy Eagan’s second Sheriff’s Department Life Saving Award.

Waushara County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Scott Eagan and Communications Officer Kaitlin Nett were honored with Life Saving Awards during a presentation by Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett during the Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19.

Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett presented Deputy Scott Eagan and Communication Officer Kaitlin Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize deputies for outstanding job performance. This is Deputy Eagan’s second Sheriff’s Department Life Saving Award.
Waushara County Corrections Corporal Robert Kamholz and Corrections Officer Stephanie Dormady were honored by Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize sheriff department employees for their outstanding job performance.

Waushara County Sheriff’s Department Corporal Robert Kamholz and Corrections Officer Stephanie Dormady were presented with Life Saving Awards during a presentation by Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett during the Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19.

Waushara County Corrections Corporal Robert Kamholz and Corrections Officer Stephanie Dormady were honored by Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize sheriff department employees for their outstanding job performance.

A 1988 35th anniversary Chevy Corvette owned by Frank Cirino, Jr., of Green Lake, a 1934 Ford Pickup owned by Ron Albert of Berlin and a 1935 Ford owned by Marv Arts of Wisconsin Rapids were among the approximately 300 vehicles that participated in the Wild Rose Classic Car Show on Sept. 16.

Pictured are: (back row): Ashton Schwartzman, Corbin Francisco, Ethan Sullivan, Christian McGhee and Matthew Kapral; (front row): Cavan Williams, Garrik Kjentvet, Creedon Abraham, Kordell Woyak, Lance Erdman, Hayden Schwartzman, Ryan Riley, Ashton Abraham, Jordan Reilly, Caleb Williams, Connor Ennis and Aiden Doherty.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose Boys team bested 12 other schools with a score of 77 points at the Ripon Kris Greening Invitational on Sept. 16.

Pictured are: (back row): Ashton Schwartzman, Corbin Francisco, Ethan Sullivan, Christian McGhee and Matthew Kapral; (front row): Cavan Williams, Garrik Kjentvet, Creedon Abraham, Kordell Woyak, Lance Erdman, Hayden Schwartzman, Ryan Riley, Ashton Abraham, Jordan Reilly, Caleb Williams, Connor Ennis and Aiden Doherty.
Mirra Vogel, a senior at Westfield Area High School, was given the opportunity to attend the “Dominican Republic: Global Health Initiative” program in July after receiving the school  district’s Service Abroad Scholarship. When reflecting on her trip, Vogel said her visit to the Dominican Republic increased her desire to enter the medical field.

The trip I went on is called, “Dominican Republic: Global Health Initiative.” The description of the trip is, “Provide medical, educational and developmental support to rural Dominican communities-all crucial pieces of the public health puzzle.”

Mirra Vogel, a senior at Westfield Area High School, was given the opportunity to attend the “Dominican Republic: Global Health Initiative” program in July after receiving the school  district’s Service Abroad Scholarship. When reflecting on her trip, Vogel said her visit to the Dominican Republic increased her desire to enter the medical field.
Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett presented Deputy Scott Eagan and Communication Officer Kaitlin Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize deputies for outstanding job performance. This is Deputy Eagan’s second Sheriff’s Department Life Saving Award.
Waushara County Corrections Corporal Robert Kamholz and Corrections Officer Stephanie Dormady were honored by Waushara County Sheriff Jeff Nett with the Life Saving Awards during the Waushara County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Sept. 19. The Life Saving Award was implemented by the Sheriff’s Department to recognize sheriff department employees for their outstanding job performance.
Pictured are: (back row): Ashton Schwartzman, Corbin Francisco, Ethan Sullivan, Christian McGhee and Matthew Kapral; (front row): Cavan Williams, Garrik Kjentvet, Creedon Abraham, Kordell Woyak, Lance Erdman, Hayden Schwartzman, Ryan Riley, Ashton Abraham, Jordan Reilly, Caleb Williams, Connor Ennis and Aiden Doherty.
Mirra Vogel, a senior at Westfield Area High School, was given the opportunity to attend the “Dominican Republic: Global Health Initiative” program in July after receiving the school  district’s Service Abroad Scholarship. When reflecting on her trip, Vogel said her visit to the Dominican Republic increased her desire to enter the medical field.

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Wautoma High School senior libero Maddie Peterman passes the ball to the setter during the fourth set of the South Central Conference home game against the Westfield Pioneers on Sept. 14. The Hornets went on to defeat the Pioneers 3-1 (25-16, 25-27, 25-14, 25-23) to secure their first SCC win of the season.

After dropping two conference games against Adams-Friendship and Nekoosa in five-sets, the Wautoma girls volleyball team was looking for their first South Central Conference win when they hosted th