On June 25 over 1,000 people attended the Hope for Holly Benefit at the Moose Inn, Wautoma. Holly Maes Kallestad will undergo surgery for a rare cancer of the peripheral nerve sheath in mid-July.

With trees completely covering Gary and Marcia Wood’s property in the Deerwood subdivision near Parkside Middle School, the Woods have received some help to remove debris out of their driveway, but continue to remain unsure on how they remove the fallen trees scattering across their property.

For Pat and Marcia Morrow and Gary and Pauline Wood the severe weather that came through Waushara County on June 14 was one that left more than either couple were bargaining for.

With trees completely covering Gary and Marcia Wood’s property in the Deerwood subdivision near Parkside Middle School, the Woods have received some help to remove debris out of their driveway, but continue to remain unsure on how they remove the fallen trees scattering across their property.

Hunter and Megan Smith, Wild Rose, get some help from Pulaski firefighter Chris Van Den Eng during the Coloma Chicken Chew Public Water Fights on June 24.

As the last of the Rosies before the school nickname became the Wildcats, the Wild Rose Class of 1967 was inducted into the Over 50 Club during the annual Over 50 Reunion on June 24 at Wild Rose Elementary School. Those present included: (back row): Greg Sage, Richard Carpenter, Norma Testin, Ken Attoe, Sally Walkowicz and Larry Caves; (middle row): Pat Waid and Diana Bristol; (front row): Liz Shultis, Bonnie Goodnature, Vicki Bergemann, Barb Sobralske, Kitty Davies, Dean Davies and Linda Mitchell.

More than 200 people converged at Wild Rose Elementary School on June 24 to join in some camaraderie as the Over 50 Club held it’s annual reunion.

As the last of the Rosies before the school nickname became the Wildcats, the Wild Rose Class of 1967 was inducted into the Over 50 Club during the annual Over 50 Reunion on June 24 at Wild Rose Elementary School. Those present included: (back row): Greg Sage, Richard Carpenter, Norma Testin, Ken Attoe, Sally Walkowicz and Larry Caves; (middle row): Pat Waid and Diana Bristol; (front row): Liz Shultis, Bonnie Goodnature, Vicki Bergemann, Barb Sobralske, Kitty Davies, Dean Davies and Linda Mitchell.
A home in the Town of Mt. Morris suffered significant damage from a fallen tree during the storm on June 14. Insurance agents throughout the county have received claims from over 350 claims of reported damage since the storm.

Local insurance agencies throughout Waushara County are continuing to work with homeowners after over 350 claims were filed due to the severe weather that hit Waushara County on June 14. Most of the claims were due to the wind, fallen trees on homes or other structures and water damage.

A home in the Town of Mt. Morris suffered significant damage from a fallen tree during the storm on June 14. Insurance agents throughout the county have received claims from over 350 claims of reported damage since the storm.
Tri-County FFA members pose for a photo following Matthew Nigh’s Wisconsin FFA Degree Ceremony on June 14. The members attended the Wisconsin FFA State Convention in Madison from June 12-15. Pictured are: (back row): Shannon Sachs, Elizabeth Nigh, Alyssa Buechner and Zeth Engel; (front row): Dawson Knutson, Matthew Nigh and Felicia Ramirez.

Tri-County FFA members attended the 88th Wisconsin FFA State Convention at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison from June 12-15. Throughout the two and a half days that Tri-County FFA members attended this event, many accomplishments, memories and learning opportunities were presented.

Tri-County FFA members pose for a photo following Matthew Nigh’s Wisconsin FFA Degree Ceremony on June 14. The members attended the Wisconsin FFA State Convention in Madison from June 12-15. Pictured are: (back row): Shannon Sachs, Elizabeth Nigh, Alyssa Buechner and Zeth Engel; (front row): Dawson Knutson, Matthew Nigh and Felicia Ramirez.
With trees completely covering Gary and Marcia Wood’s property in the Deerwood subdivision near Parkside Middle School, the Woods have received some help to remove debris out of their driveway, but continue to remain unsure on how they remove the fallen trees scattering across their property.
As the last of the Rosies before the school nickname became the Wildcats, the Wild Rose Class of 1967 was inducted into the Over 50 Club during the annual Over 50 Reunion on June 24 at Wild Rose Elementary School. Those present included: (back row): Greg Sage, Richard Carpenter, Norma Testin, Ken Attoe, Sally Walkowicz and Larry Caves; (middle row): Pat Waid and Diana Bristol; (front row): Liz Shultis, Bonnie Goodnature, Vicki Bergemann, Barb Sobralske, Kitty Davies, Dean Davies and Linda Mitchell.
A home in the Town of Mt. Morris suffered significant damage from a fallen tree during the storm on June 14. Insurance agents throughout the county have received claims from over 350 claims of reported damage since the storm.
Tri-County FFA members pose for a photo following Matthew Nigh’s Wisconsin FFA Degree Ceremony on June 14. The members attended the Wisconsin FFA State Convention in Madison from June 12-15. Pictured are: (back row): Shannon Sachs, Elizabeth Nigh, Alyssa Buechner and Zeth Engel; (front row): Dawson Knutson, Matthew Nigh and Felicia Ramirez.

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Tri-County freshman pitcher Erica Pronschinske was recently named Central Wisconsin Conference-10 Softball Player of the Year during a ceremony at Tri-County High School.