Colleen Yang’s first – and only – golf season has come and gone.
She was the only senior in the North/South program, and is thankful for coaches and teammates pushing her while golfing on the junior varsity.
The Christian/Lutheran soccer squad played its 15th game of the season on Thursday, and for the 13th time, one of the teams failed to score a goal.
SHEBOYGAN – A list of major projects over the next five years won County Board approval Sept 19.
An entangled network of legal consequences continues to grow from an incident charged as a hit and run causing the death of Town of Sheboygan resident Mr. Jan Richmond, 74, who was out walking the morning of July 4.
While Rock the Block is primarily focused on exterior rehabilitation, the Habitat Lakeside team did accept the task of revitalizing the teachers lounge at Sheridan Elementary School.
Wisconsin Fear Fest has been known for scaring the you- know-what out of people across the state for years now.
So when it asked Road America officials if they would be interested in hosting the event this year, it was a pretty easy answer.
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MILWAUKEE – Former Sheboygan City Administrator Todd Wolf’s lawsuit against the city was allowed to continue as a federal magistrate judge dismissed parts, but not all, of the case Tuesday Sept. 5.
North and South High School students, staff, and guests attended a ground breaking ceremony for House Construction Project 2023 last Tuesday at the construction site in the Stonebrook Crossing Subdivision on the south side of Sheboygan.
Citing a July Dane County court decision, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin said it would resume providing abortions as of Sept. 18 at its Milwaukee and Madison locations.