Hometown Bank, Hwy. 21 East, Wautoma, welcomed Waushara Area Chamber Businesses at their Business After 5 gathering on March 15.  The staff including Jan Larson, April Miller, Cheri Addis, Lindsey Inda, Keri Dowen, Jody Jansen, Senior VP, and Hillary Hammel, Assistant VP, gave tours and greeted guests.  Hometown Bank, locally owned,  has branch locations in Redgranite and Neshkoro as well as Fond du Lac, St. Cloud, and Appleton.

Hometown Bank, located on Hwy. 21 East, Wautoma, opened their doors to the Waushara Area Chamber of Commerce members on Wednesday, March 15. The staff at Hometown gave tours of the recent upgrades at the Wautoma location.

Hometown Bank, Hwy. 21 East, Wautoma, welcomed Waushara Area Chamber Businesses at their Business After 5 gathering on March 15.  The staff including Jan Larson, April Miller, Cheri Addis, Lindsey Inda, Keri Dowen, Jody Jansen, Senior VP, and Hillary Hammel, Assistant VP, gave tours and greeted guests.  Hometown Bank, locally owned,  has branch locations in Redgranite and Neshkoro as well as Fond du Lac, St. Cloud, and Appleton.
The Waushara County Board of Supervisors held a meet and greet with the final candidate for the county administrator position, Robert Sivick, prior to their regular board meeting on Tuesday, March 21, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Current Waushara County Administrative Coordinator Deb Behringer (right) took the time before the meeting to introduce Sivick to the supervisors, including Board Chairman Donna Kalata (left), prior to a closed session interview.

The Waushara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the proposal to hire Robert Sivick as administrator following a closed session interview during their regular meeting on Tuesday, March 21, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma.

The Waushara County Board of Supervisors held a meet and greet with the final candidate for the county administrator position, Robert Sivick, prior to their regular board meeting on Tuesday, March 21, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Current Waushara County Administrative Coordinator Deb Behringer (right) took the time before the meeting to introduce Sivick to the supervisors, including Board Chairman Donna Kalata (left), prior to a closed session interview.
Jeremy Lewallen, Paula Lewallen, Lindsey Lewallen and Travis Lewallen

Life-long Waushara County resident Paula Lewallen was diagnosed with Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma in No-vember 2016. Understanding the hardships many families face following a cancer diagnosis, Lewallen’s friends will be hosting a benefit from 3 to 10 p.m.

Jeremy Lewallen, Paula Lewallen, Lindsey Lewallen and Travis Lewallen
The Barred Owl rescued by family members in Coloma was more alert on Monday, March 20, and is currently being tube fed liquid food because it is easier to digest, according to Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc. in Antigo. (Photo courtesy of REGI)

While enjoying an afternoon ride looking for turkeys with his four-year-old son, Cooper, on Thursday, March 16, Richard Crook, II of Plover happened to look outside his window to see a bird hanging in a barbed wire fence on County FF in Coloma.

The Barred Owl rescued by family members in Coloma was more alert on Monday, March 20, and is currently being tube fed liquid food because it is easier to digest, according to Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc. in Antigo. (Photo courtesy of REGI)
Seventy-three Westfield Area High School Choir students and chaperones embarked on a trip to Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City from March 10 to March 17.

If you have had a chance to talk to any of the Westfield Area High School Choir members who just returned from their trip to Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and New York City you will get the idea of what an amazing trip this was.

Seventy-three Westfield Area High School Choir students and chaperones embarked on a trip to Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City from March 10 to March 17.

Waushara County American Legion Commander Woody Wickersheim swore in Mike Footit as Waushara County adjutant at the American Legion Waushara County meeting on Wednesday, March 15, at the Hancock Community Center.

Hometown Bank, Hwy. 21 East, Wautoma, welcomed Waushara Area Chamber Businesses at their Business After 5 gathering on March 15.  The staff including Jan Larson, April Miller, Cheri Addis, Lindsey Inda, Keri Dowen, Jody Jansen, Senior VP, and Hillary Hammel, Assistant VP, gave tours and greeted guests.  Hometown Bank, locally owned,  has branch locations in Redgranite and Neshkoro as well as Fond du Lac, St. Cloud, and Appleton.
The Waushara County Board of Supervisors held a meet and greet with the final candidate for the county administrator position, Robert Sivick, prior to their regular board meeting on Tuesday, March 21, at the Waushara County Courthouse in Wautoma. Current Waushara County Administrative Coordinator Deb Behringer (right) took the time before the meeting to introduce Sivick to the supervisors, including Board Chairman Donna Kalata (left), prior to a closed session interview.
Jeremy Lewallen, Paula Lewallen, Lindsey Lewallen and Travis Lewallen
The Barred Owl rescued by family members in Coloma was more alert on Monday, March 20, and is currently being tube fed liquid food because it is easier to digest, according to Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc. in Antigo. (Photo courtesy of REGI)
Seventy-three Westfield Area High School Choir students and chaperones embarked on a trip to Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and New York City from March 10 to March 17.

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Sports

A Hunter Safety Field Day is set for Saturday, April 29, at the Wautoma Rod & Gun Club, located on E. Chicago Road.

Community

The Wautoma Rotary Radio Auction scheduled for Saturday, March 25 at the WWII Memorial Building has been postponed till Saturday, April 15 due to the death of 50 Year Rotary Charter member, Les Van