SHEBOYGAN — Over 75 animals landed in Waukesha on Tuesday, Sept. 7 that had escaped the path of Hurricane Ida. These animals were ready for adoption from shelters in the Louisiana and […]
After enduring a brief delay due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 17th annual Unity Music Festival to benefit the the Sheboygan County Cancer Care Fund will fire up the fall concert […]
SHEBOYGAN — 100 Thousand Poets for Change—a worldwide poetry movement promoting, peace, justice and sustainability—will present its 11th annual poetry and music event at Mead Public Library from 11 a.m. to 1 […]
With a little over two weeks of school complete, the number of COVID cases in Sheboygan County among those age 0-19 was six times higher than last year, according to state Department […]
In December of 2020, Sheboygan Lutheran High School completed and dedicated a brand-new Worship and Fine Arts Center on its campus located at 3323 University Drive, Sheboygan.
We’ve become increasingly alarmed at the recent reports of personal threats of violence and harassment directed at school board members across the state.
Find useful local info and articles in our second Fall Home and Garden special section!
Trevor Frank’s girlfriend thinks he drives terribly in and around town. “Once you get into the race car driver mindset, it’s a little hard to slow down sometimes,” he said. Frank’s ability […]
A lack of bus drivers in the Green Bay area is giving North’s tennis team a busy schedule this week. The Golden Raiders were supposed to host Southwest on Thursday but the […]
The Ryder Cup’s rich history, spanning 90 years and 41 competitions, dates back to 1921 when Walter Hagen and GOLF Magazine publisher James Harnett proposed the event. The first “casual” match was […]