SHEBOYGAN — Going into the tenth year of partnership, Making Spirits Bright donated $30,000 to Sheboygan County Food Bank to help purchase healthy food for our neighbors in need. From the day […]
If there’s one word most used to describe the nation’s infrastructure, it’s “crumbling.” A small, 92 year old bridge over a tiny stream east of Hingham on County Road W shows just how literal that “crumbling” is.
Taking on the longest hiking trail in the world would seem like a daunting task to even the most seasoned trail hiker, but not so for Sheboygan Falls resident Jonas Selk.
This September 11, local group Friends of Peace Park Sheboygan will be kicking-off an ‘11 Days of Peace’ event, which is a series of pop-up mindfulness experiences placing importance on centering ones focus on the present moment.
It’s a twist of fate that Sean and Tutts found their place in time. If the walls could talk you may find out great stories of what the previous establishment was famously known as, Schultz Tap aka Tillies.
Misdemeanors Asleson, Makayla S., 4/8/2003, Sheboygan, Theft-False Representation (<=$2500), Community Service 75 hours, $611.00. Hamilton, Jeremy J., 8/23/1990, Sheboygan, Battery, Disorderly Conduct (both with Domestic Abuse modifiers), $1,098.00. Lohse, April, 9/2/1975, Sheboygan, […]
Robby Michael tied a state record Aug. 27 with nine touchdowns, a feat that hadn’t been accomplished in over 100 years. The Kohler/Lutheran/Christian senior quarterback also tied the state mark for most […]
Unable to get their practice jerseys on time, South’s volleyball team found creative ways to bump, set and spike in. The girls came up with various themed practices, including donning professional sports […]
Because Geneva Handziak changed schools, she had to switch sports, too. After attending Port Washington as a freshman and competing in gymnastics, the Lutheran junior is in her first season as a […]
SOUTH’S CADE DUWELL (2) tries to stop a Nicolet player from getting more yards…