The Dollhouse Dance Factory recently received rings as a result of winning four Summit National Championships that were held at Disney World in the spring.
It was a spectacular late summer day when the Kohler Center for Marsh Education was dedicated on September 7, 2022. The Friends of the Marsh welcomed local dignitaries and the large donors to an open house reception at the facility. All were amazed and pleased with the beautiful building that had been in the works for over ten years at the Broughton Sheboygan County Marsh Park.
Editor’s note: In recognition of the passing of Herbert V. Kohler Jr. on Sept. 3, 2022, The Review is republishing the following excerpt of our story from 50 years ago – July 20, 1972 – shortly after he was named Chairman and CEO of Kohler Company at age 33.
Today we gather with family and friends to honor the legacy of Dr. Raymond Evers and his profound impact on the well-being of others.
First, some of you may be wondering, how did this tribute come about?
Every year when the Making Spirits Bright event begins, groups contact the committee and learn that all nights have been filled. This year there are three rare timeslots that have not been claimed making this a great opportunity for those who have wanted to be part of the event in the past.
Megan Limberg shows dairy cattle and was named a junior champion at the recent Sheboygan County Fair.
The Plymouth junior was just as excited, however, to help her friend show animals for the first time despite being in a wheelchair.
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Is this the year Green Bay finally wins another Super Bowl, or do the Packers get upset in the playoffs again?
Two foreign tourists who used motorized surf boards to speed down Venice’s Grand Canal have been fined $1,530 each – and their boards have been confiscated.
Cross country athletes do more than just run at practice.
At South, some stand on their head. One even fell asleep.