Student: Taylor Ziaya
Wild Rose senior Andrew Henschel officially signed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to compete in wrestling during a ceremony on April 11 at the high school.
Student: Taylor Ziaya
The Plainfield United Methodist Women is inviting the public to join them to hear Sherry Leach-Caves speak about her experience in Ethiopia at 6:30 p.m.
Waushara County Department of Human Services staff were recently recognized by Wisconsin Division of Community Corrections for their continued exceptional care, assessment and treatment of county c
The Wild Rose High School’s Art & Design Team participated in the Central Wisconsin Regionals for the Visual Arts Classic, sponsored by the Wisconsin Art Education Association, on March 23 at t
Give seeds and transplants their best shot at growing success by understanding optimum temperatures, both low and high.
Kayli Bagley was recently named Parkside Middle School’s March Artist of the Month.
Hazel Reck of Poy Sippi took 2nd place at the national competition for Professional Sales on April 14 in Washington, DC.
The Rural Rembrandt Art Club of Wautoma is sponsoring the Regional Art Show, WRAP, along with WRAA on June 2 at the Waushara-Wautoma Senior Center, W8220 Cottonville Avenue, 1.4 miles south of Waut
Westfield and Montello High Schools will host their first Business After Five event on May 3 at the Westfield Area High School.
The Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Craig Panich, Wautoma High School AP Biology and Science teacher and varsity basketball coach, to speak at our weekly morning meeting at Culver’s on April 12.
A student-led Penguins4 Prevention group focusing on preventing issues such as drugs and alcohol, bullying, depression and mental health issues before they start was recently formed at Tri-Coun
The County of Waushara, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice and the Drug Enforce-ment Administration, will participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m.
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Coloma Lions President Sue Apps, along with Treasurer Shelly Anckner recently delivered checks to local organization, including the Westfield Middle/High School, Pleasant Lake Association, West
The Mt. Morris Mutual Insurance Company held its 143rd annual Policyholder Meeting on Feb. 28 at the Richford Community Center.
The Waushara County Libraries are sporting some new colors with the intro-duction of their new library catalog, which is more user friendly and has a lot of additional features that will make onlin
The Zone 13 Spring Rally will be held at Calvary Lutheran Church, LCMS, 202 S. Farmer Street, Princeton, this Saturday, April 21.
Ten students from the Parkside Middle School and Redgranite Elementary School’s A+ After School Program competed in the inaugural Warrior Challenge on April 13 at Wautoma High School.
Following the April election and four new county board supervisors elected to the board, Robert Sivick, Waushara County Administrator, contacted all supervisors and asked what committees they were
by Roger Mathews
Waushara County is blessed by many caring individuals that give their very best each and everyday and this is so true with what our Wild Rose reporter, June Wilson, does for Wild Rose and the
Elliot Williams and his younger brother, Oliver, are pictured with the new bike Elliot won at Blue Ribbon Kid’s Day on April 7 at Parkside Middle School.
In recognition of National Health Care Decisions Day on April 16, Jennifer Koeppl, of Koeppl Law Offices in Wild Rose, will be hosting an event to assist individuals in completing their Health Care
According to the calendar, it’s Spring, so come to the Wautoma Public Library to get your free seeds and your garden started.