Sheboygan driver Steve Edler, who earned three EWSC Sportsman championships in 1973, 1974 and 1976, will be added to the Plymouth Racing Wall of Fame as part of the Class of 2023 on July 15.
A TENNIS TEAM from Sheboygan County won the State Junior Championship in the 18 Intermediate Division and qualified for the Midwest Regionals in South Bend, Ind., in July.
North’s Anna Fogle was named to the WBCA’s Division 1 all-state honorable mention team this season, and also earned first-team all-conference for the second year in a row.
Despite suffering a shoulder injury in the offseason, Lutheran’s Addy Verhagen recovered to make the WBCA all-State Division 4 honorable mention team.
The sophomore also earned first-team all Big-East Conference for the second straight time.
Max Tutas finished as North’s eighth-leading scorer in the history of the boys basketball program and surpassed the 1,000 point total despite playing in only 10 games during the pandemic season.
Noah Heinen’s hard work paid off.
Not only did the Christian senior made first-team all-Big East Conference South Division, he picked up 16 bottles of Sprecher root beer because that’s the number of charges he took this past season.
For a fascinating 40 minutes on Thursday, March 9, another bout in that high-stakes contest unfolded right here in Sheboygan County – at the Osthoff in Elkhart Lake – after two very different state Supreme Court candidates, conservative Dan Kelly and liberal Janet Protasiewicz, accepted the Wisconsin Municipal Judges Association’s invitation to share remarks at the group’s lunch.
With eight years of judicial experience presiding over the Sheboygan Area Municipal Court, Judge Natasha Torry is seeking a six-year term in the Sheboygan County Circuit Court Branch 2 judge’s chair in the upcoming spring general election on Tuesday, April 4.
The Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Of- fice has announced the launch of the FlySafe Program, powered by AirHub, aimed at safely integrating drones into the community.
This past week I put another serious test on the Chevy Hotel with the load I was pulling and some go for it driving on Upper Michigan’s Little Bay de Noc. LBDN is known throughout the Midwest as a place to potentially catch a 30-plus inch wall- eye and attracts hardcore ice anglers from throughout the Midwest.