Sara Ann Mihor speaks at Wautoma Kiwanis meeting
On Aug. 30, the Wautoma Kiwanis Club welcomed Sara Ann Mihor to their morning meeting at Culvers. Sara was hired as the News Editor at the Waushara Argus in May. Sara explained that she grew up in the Milwaukee area but her family has deep roots to Wautoma. Sara joined the school newspaper in high school and after graduation she went to UW-Waukesha for two years and then on to UW-Eau Claire. While in college, Sara had several jobs, such as writing tutoring and two internships. Because of her many jobs, she was able to graduate college debt free. At the beginning of 2018, Sara started to apply for jobs with no luck; however, that was until her uncle—a Wautoma resident—called and told her about the news editor position that opened at the Waushara Argus. Sara did a phone interview with Mary Kunasch and then had a face-to-face interview. Sara figured she would go home and wait to hear back, but instead Mary offered her the job on the spot. Sara was thrilled to get her dream job and be able to live in the city she’s always wanted to call home. Sara is now in the market to purchase her first house and make Wautoma her permanent home. She is here to stay.