Sara Ann Mihor hired as Argus News Editor

Since the age of five, writing has been a passion of mine. In high school I worked as the writer and editor for the Arts and Entertainment section of the school newspaper. Though most of my notebooks are filled with poems and short stories, I spent my time at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire learning as many different forms of writing as I could, Sara said. This resulted in me taking on a grant writing internship for the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run, as well as working as a writer/editor for Queen of the Castle magazine, located in Eau Claire. My school days were filled with English classes, tutoring my peers in writing, and working in the research department for the University library. A Wisconsin native, my family has been traveling to Wautoma for decades. As a child, I remember coming here to swim on Silver Lake, pick berries with my cousins, and roast s’mores over a bonfire. When I think of Wautoma, I think of my family, so there is no other place I would rather live and work. When I am not writing or working, I’m usually off baking tasty treats, running, or reading on my balcony with my lazy cat. I am looking forward to spending my summer swimming with my family on Silver Lake, writing my own poetry collection, and working hard for the Argus. Editor’s note: Sara Ann Mihor, began her first full time job with the Waushara Argus as News Editor on May 21. She graduated from UW-Eau Claire on May 19 and moved to Wautoma on May 20. Sara replaces Katie Schaefer who resigned April 20 to take a position with the Wautoma Area School District.