A body was found by authorities on Sept. 20 following a fire at a residence the night before on North County A in the Town of Bloomfield.
The Waushara County Board of Supervisors voted 10-1 in favor of a resolution to support the State of Wisconsin in creating a second judicial position within the county during their regular meeting
Six Waushara County residents voiced their concerns regarding the salvage harvesting that has started at Mt.
Habitat for Humanity serving Green Lake, Marquette and Waushara Counties is inviting social service agencies, potential homeowners and curious individuals to an informational session on Oct.
The Wautoma Area Hunter Education instructors still have open openings for the next Hunter Education course beginning on Nov.
The annual Coloma Fall Fest will be held on Saturday, Sept. 30, will kick off their day-long festivities with a 5K Run/Walk at 10 a.m. to benefit cancer patient, Jamie Kilbey.
Two Westfield Area High School seniors have been nominated for the United States Presidential Scholars Program.
The Evergreen Thrift Store, Wautoma, recently selected Waushara County’s Back to School Bash as recipient of their community giving program.
The Wautoma Area School District A+ After School Program received a $4,000 donation for the 10th annual Reach the Peak Race from Brian Getchius, financial representatives with Thrivent Financial, W
Guokas Inc. of Plainfield was one of the Century Farms recognized during the Wisconsin State Fair in West Allis.
Jim and Lisa Sattler with their sons, Joe and Jacob, were recently honored as a Wisconsin State Fair Century Farm for their farm, Poy Sippi Registered Holsteins.
American Martial Arts Academy students participated in a belt promotional exam on Sept. 16. The test included sparring, forms, board breaking and other skills related to their training.
Currently in its 32nd year, the Tavern League of Wisconsin’s SafeRide Program continues to be a model for the rest of the nation.
Nurse practitioner Jennifer Kohnke is now seeing patients at ThedaCare Physicians-Green Lake. The clinic, 670 County Highway A, is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Former Wautoma Public Library Director Nicole Overbeck was presented the Library Leadership Award during the Friends of the Wautoma Library meeting on Sept. 14.
Children of all ages enjoyed the 50-ft. ice cream sundae at the conclusion of the Grace United Methodist Church AWANA (Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed) Registration Celebration held on Sept. 15.
Wild Rose Middle/High School Principal Criag Hayes reported the enrollment numbers to the Wild Rose Area School Board during their meeting on Sept. 14 at Wild Rose Elementary School.
• Sept. 29: 9 to 11 a.m., Westfield Municipal Building, 129 E 3rd St., Westfield.
• Oct. 2: 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Packwaukee Town Hall, N3511 State Street, Packwaukee.
Rita Robinson, Plainfield, and Cindy Johnson, Hancock, recently led a fundraiser for the Amherst-based Destiny Point Women’s Restoration Center.
Black Hawk Folk Society recently announced its fall/winter concert lineup with performances held at the Mountain View Community Center, located at N3137 21st Lane, at the intersection of 21st Lane
The Cross Country 4-H Club recently welcomed four new families during their meeting on Sept. 10.
The Wild Rose School District was introduced to two new staff members this fall.
Denise Dudek and Kathy Croft from Habitat for Humanity spoke to the Wautoma Kiwanis during the club’s breakfast meeting at Culvers on Sept. 14.