Although the first event was rained out this past weekend, Plymouth Dirt Track Racing drivers, fans, workers and supporters remain ready to go full throttle into the new season.
South golfer Hayden Brickley got a hole-in-one before a driver’s license. “I did not think about that until now,” the 15-year-old said. “That is kind of crazy.” The sophomore accomplished the feat […]
Calling all baseball players North is hosting a four-day summer baseball camp June 13-16. Golden Raiders coach Steve Goes will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. The four-day skills […]
The two seniors who see playing time for the Lutheran/Christian soccer team contribute in various ways.
“They bring a joy and excitement for playing soccer,” coach Katie Veldkamp said. “Both of them are very dedicated to playing soccer.”
North defeated South in softball Thursday for the second time this season, and the Golden Raiders continue to either win or lose by a lot. Entering their own tournament this past weekend, […]
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board has elected a new vice-chair.
Supervisor Keith Abler, who represents the villages of Elkhart Lake and Glenbeulah and the towns of Greenbush, Rhine and Russell, was elected unanimously to succeed Robert Ziegelbauer, who lost his bid for re-election to the board earlier this month.
For many years, a few groups and churches have been independently providing meals on Saturdays, or daily to-go lunches, to reach Sheboygan residents who are experiencing homelessness, crisis, transition, and poverty. In […]
Want to recreate a near-death experience using a light therapy lamp, then Aaron Rothwell is your man.
20-year Sheboygan Sheriff Dept. Deputy Jarrod Fenner has announced his bid as an independent candidate for the office of Sheriff of Sheboygan County. He has served as a patrol deputy assigned to […]
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra will continue its 103rd concert season on Saturday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts. This final concert of the […]