On May 12, Peace Lutheran Church, Wautoma, said goodbye and showed their appreciated to Intern Pastor Joel Suckow.
he schools of the South Central Conference recently held their 10th Annual SCC Top Ten Banquet at the Nekoosa Community Center.
This past winter, students from Coloma and Westfield Elementary Schools entered in a national coloring contest sponsored by MusicK8 magazine.
Mark Kalata, Almond, had a great opening night at Golden Sands Speedway, Wisconsin Rapids, as he set a fast time, won his heat, and went on to win the pure stock feature, making it a clean sweep ni
The 2019 racing season began May 10 night at Golden Sands Speedway, Wisconsin Rapids, with The Thaw highlighted by a 101 lap super late model feature.
The Summer Library Program kicks off at Dogger’s Lanes in Wautoma in just under four weeks. The theme this year is A Universe of Stories.
Amber Quimby and Kendyl DeLanda were recently recognized as Wild Rose High School’s Students of the Month.
The Wild Rose Middle School recently recognized sixth grader Audrey Priestly, seventh grader Ella Schumacher, and eighth grader Serena Trochinski as their Students of the Month.
At the Wautoma Kiwanis weekly morning meeting on May 9, the club welcomed Rick King, who talked about the Wautoma Volunteer Fire Department.
Rita Robinson, representing the Plainfield United Methodist Church Women, presented a donation to Judie Batterman, Wautoma, on May 9.
The first grade team is excited to nominate Lily Zelienka for Student of the Month. Lily embodies everything Riverview Elementary School expects from a student.
The Wild Rose School Board listened to safety concerns regarding a bus route during a May 9 meeting.
On Tuesday, May 28 the Rural Rembrandt Art Club will welcome Mel Kolstad, a printmaking and collage artist from Fond du Lac, who will be demonstrating paper making.
The Wild Rose High School Choir, directed by Michael Etzwiler, sang Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Alleluia K108 as the first song of the May 7 concert.
Tri-County held its annual 7th-12th grade art show last week. The students did a great job. There were 30 judges that took a look at their work and gave out awards.
It was a very exciting day in Kindergarten at Coloma Elementary School. Students took the time to celebrate Mother’s Day with songs, crafts, and a luncheon.
Fox Valley Technical College in Wautoma is offering a CNA program this summer starting Monday, June 24.
Defend against late frosts
by Christine Yesko
Karen Fahey, a member of the Car Show Organizing Committee, presented a check on May 9 from the Wild Rose Classic Car Show to Waushara County Crime Stoppers representative Jeff Nett.
The Wild Rose Lions Club welcomed two new members during their regular monthly meeting on May 7. Pictured are Elaine Nestle, her sponsor Beverly Butzlaff, and Gale Derickson.
Everyone is invited to join Wild Rose Kiwanis members, as Amanda Moore describes a brief history of Rawhide and what makes Rawhide such a special part of Wisconsin.
On May 14, the Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for new business owner Eva Anno at the World War II Memorial Building, Wautoma.
In family practice at ThedaCare Physicians-Ber-lin, Dr. Abby Puglisi sees a wide variety of patients. Recently, Dr. Puglisi has also been a patient as she is expecting her second child.
During the May 13 Wautoma Area School District Board of Education meeting at Parkside Middle School, Wautoma, the Board discussed hiring David Reilly as the new transportation supervisor.