Of course Harry Steldt would rather do a home run trot around the bases. But the Sheboygan A’s veteran also doesn’t mind strolling to first because of another walk. After all, entering […]
A Sheboygan A’s record almost 35 years old could be in jeopardy. In 1987, Lee Wetenkamp set the team mark for highest batting average in a season at .454. As of last […]
Ahh, the power of social media. Austin Wiese had so many golf discs he’s found over the years, he decided to let the world know – okay, just Facebook – that he […]
August 11-24, 2020
July 28 – August 10, 2020
The demand for mail-in ballots is surging. Election workers need training. And polling booths might have to be outfitted with protective shields during the COVID-19 pandemic – but in Sheboygan County, officials say the outlook remains promising.
SHEBOYGAN – The emergency declaration has expired, but the County Board Tuesday voted to keep some of its coronavrius crisis measures in place.
As communities around Wisconsin consider mandating face coverings to combat the spread of the new coronavirus, the Sheboygan County Board chairman said a local ordinance may be adopted if area hospitals see a spike in COVID-19 related hospitalizations and are faced with being overwhelmed.
Six Sheboygan Fire Department members are training to rescue victims from Lake Michigan.
Protestors turned out Friday July 10 near the Sheboygan County Courthouse to denounce Sheboygan County Sheriff Cory Roeseler’s decision to participate in a program that allows his deputies to facilitate the deportation process of undocumented inmates in custody in county jail.