Below is a listing of all of the local Memorial Day events being held on May 29:
The Pioneer track & field teams participated in the Black River Falls W.I.A.A. Division 2 regional on May 22.
Looking for a way to say thank you to those who have served their country, Bug Tussel Wireless Central Wisconsin Retails Sales Manager Ann Steberl is planning an Old Glory Honor Flight Program to b
Wautoma’s Wolman-Minskey American Legion Post 317 and Auxiliary Unit along with the Wautoma High School Band will provide a Memorial Service at the Waushara County Courthouse at 9:30 a.m.
The Waushara County Sheriff’s Office will join hundreds of other law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin for the Click It or Ticket safety belt enforcement campaign.
Wautoma High School Jazz Ensemble Director Kristin Albright presented senior Aisling Modrow with the Louis Armstrong Jazz Achievement Award on May 15 during the Jazz Ensemble’s Pops Concert at the
Waushara Food Pantry volunteers and customers recently received 4,000 lbs.
Wautoma High School Instrumental Music Director Kristin Albright presented seniors Elli Becker and Justin Welch with John Philip Sousa Awards on May 15 during the Wautoma High School Concert Band’s
Fox Valley Technical College’s Prosperity Center will be offering a free Career Development Workshop from 1 to 3 p.m.
Waushara County Master Gardener Charlotte Hanson and recently retired Cupboard Manager, Linda Lindell, discuss the plants Lindell purchased during the annual Master Gardener Plant Sale on May 20 at
Waushara County Deputy Zach Gunderson, his daughter Bryn Gunderson and Waushara County School Liaison and D.A.R.E.
The Wild Rose Lions Vice President Paul Fischer and President Harold Hobbs presented four $500 scholarships to Wild Rose Boy Scouts Hollis Thompson, Edward McCardell, Austin Lennert and Patrick McC
Actual dam repairs at the north end of the Wild Rose Millpond have been delayed, but preparations are underway to grade the embankment for easier maintenance and a wall has been constructed for mor
During the Wautoma High School Senior Awards Night held at the McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, on May 17, graduating seniors received $309,110 in scholarships, which included renewab
Wild Rose Lions members Marty Phillips and Sue Kulvich presented Wild Rose High School seniors Kaylie Rivers and Kristine Jenks with Lions scholarships during the May 17 scholarship awards program.
The Pleasant Lake Management District will hold their annual meeting on May 27 beginning at 9 a.m. at the Anna Follett Community Center in Coloma.
During the Tri-County High School Senior Awards Night held in the Tri-County High School Auditorium, on May 17, graduating seniors received $51,300 in scholarships.
Despite a roll call vote to allow Redgranite resident Jessica Habegger to keep her pet mini-pig at her home during the May 16 Redgranite Village Board meeting, Habegger cannot bring her pet pig, Mr
The University of Wis-consin-Extension faculty and staff recognized Coloma Vil-lage President Arden Bandt for his support and personal involvement in UW-Extension educational programs during the Wi
Members and guests of Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative gathered at the Adams/Friendship Fine Arts Center in Adams on May 16 for the organization’s 30th Annual Meeting.
Stressing the importance of offering nutritious meals to children during the summer months, the Wautoma Area School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program.
An all women and girls bike ride will be held this Sunday, May 28, beginning at 9 a.m. The ride will start at Wadez’ Bike Shop in Wautoma and will travel to the Mt.
Larry Buntrock and his wife, Heidi Hensel-Buntrock, spoke to the Wautoma Kiwanis Club about Willow Creek Farms & Gardens during the Wautoma Kiwanis Club’s morning meeting on May 18 at Culver’s.
The McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center in Wautoma recently announced their upcoming 2017-18 Season with eight national and international touring acts on their main stage series along with educati