Council approved Resolution 15-08 requesting that the planned Hwy 77 expansion occur through the proposed downtown re-alignment. by Kathy Foster In a 3 to 2 vote the Wausau Town Council voted Thursday night to bring the widening project through town on the existing Hwy 77 route, so the realignment and expansion does not […]
Meeting in regular session at the home of Ruth Windholz Oct. 21st members of the Wausau Garden Club took time to remember the late Dalton Ott who died Oct. 10th. He was recognized for his assistance to the club and the community. The Windholz family has been raising meat rabbirts since 2013 and took […]
Council approves plaques for Volunteer Fire department, Ministerial Fellowship and the Wausau Masonic Lodge. by Kathy Foster The Wausau Town Council moved closer to a decision on the proposed animal control ordinance last week, but directed Town Attorney Jeff Goodman to clear up a few questions in a proposed agreement with Washington County. […]
Wausau Town Council members say they want something that can be enforced. by Kathy Foster Wausau Mayor BJ Phillips opened Thursday night’s workshop declaring the council was “ethically certified”, meaning they had all taken the recent ethics class required of all elected officials. Next on the agenda was discussion of the town’s […]
Council doesn’t want rules they can’t enforce. by Kathy Foster The Wausau Town Council decided Thursday night to delay any decision dealing with a proposed contract from Washington County to provide animal control services to the town. The Washington County Board of County Commissioners voted during Wednesday’s special meeting to offer the Wausau an agreement that […]
by Kathy Foster Wausau resident Virginia Perkins spoke out forcefully about the town’s dog problem during Thursday night’s meeting of the Wausau Town Council. Perkins was irritated that town officials were not following the existing dog ordinance and fining those persons not registering their dogs at the Town Hall and that the owners […]
Random vandalism at the Possum Palace complex in Wausau has led the Town Council to look at surveillance system for the facility. Council members discussed the need for the system at Thursday night’s regular meeting and then tabled a decision on the issue until their February meeting. The council members said in the long […]
It was a popular stopping spot in Wausau Dec. 13th .
Members of the Wausau Garden Club enjoyed a holiday party in place of their Dec. 17th meeting and then went on to help others by decorating for the ARC Christmas Party . Along with lunch, the club members gathered items for the local food pantry and exchanged gifts.
And, most of the children were pleased to see him.
What a beautiful parade.
Washington County Sheriff Bobby Haddock is being asked to have representation at the Sept. 25th meeting of the Washington County Board of County Commissioners to discuss the legitimacy of the Poplar Head substation of the Five Points Volunteer Fire Department. Myron Pierce, Chief of the Five Points department met with commissioners at their Sept. […]
The second time was the charm as a group of over 25 citizens from the Wausau, Florida area assembled at the Wausau Town Hall on Thursday afternoon, August 14, hearing from the U.S. Postal Service about potential changes to hours of operation and services provided by the Wausau facility. The meeting was a follow-up […]
by Kathy Foster Council members on the Wausau Town Council congratulated Cindy Hubbard Thursday night on the work she has done to earn the ‘Yard of the Month’ award given by the Town Council in conjunction with the Wausau Garden Club. Shown at the right Councilman Roger Hagan presented the ‘Yard of the Month’ […]
by Kathy Foster After more than 23 years on the Wausau Town Council Charles Park closed Thursday night’s meeting by turning in his resignation, citing personal reasons for his decision to step down at this time. His fellow council members reluctantly voted to accept his resignation that became effective when the May 8th […]
Plans for a dinner to honor Veterans from World War II were firmed up during Wednesday’s meeting of the Wausau Garden Club. The dinner will be held May 14th at the Pentecostal Church in Wausau beginning at Noon. The Vernon ROTC will present the Colors and special music has been prepared. In other […]