For the first time since 2017, North’s boys basketball team won its Raider Shootout and had the most valuable player of the tournament.
Turner Hall being brought back to life
So far, so good, for the new Humphrey’s Turner Hall Bar & Grill in Plymouth.
“Things have been going real good, with very minimal fanfare,” Todd Humphrey said. “We didn’t have a big announcement, we kind of left that more on a smaller scale just to get the kinks worked out and stuff. We’re excited to get the bands rolling and get more people in.”
Year in Review: 12 months of sports
Lutheran celebrates two milestones in a span of three days. First, girls basketball coach Mike Scheele picks up career win No. 100. Then Crusaders boys coach Nick Verhagen gets No. 200.
Hall of Fame calls Ladwig’s name
Craig Ladwig says he was “100% surprised” to learn he was going into the Badger State Tractor Pullers Hall of Fame.
Long-range is Leibham’s game
Lutheran boys basketball player Elliott Leibham made sure he really tied Jonah Jurss’ school record for most three-pointers in a game.
Siegl Scholarship is created
Glenn Siegl loved sports as long as he could.
He passed away at the age of 75 in July, and Dara and her daughter, Isabella, have created the Glenn Richard Siegl Memorial Scholarship for a Golden Raider who has demonstrated the qualities of good citizenship and student activity.
Son’s death changes fire alarm laws
The Sheboygan County family of a college student who died in a Madison house fire pressed the importance of fire safety at a press conference Nov. 26, 15 years after his death.
Toddler’s scary fall spurs safety measures
A rambunctious toddler’s harrowing fall from a second-floor stairway in the Plymouth High School lobby has led to new accident-protection efforts throughout the district as well as gratitude that he is expected to make a full recovery.
Federal funds used to boost county workers’ pay
SHEBOYGAN – The county is using more of its American Rescue Plan Act funds to boost pay for essential workers.
The County Board Tuesday Dec. 20 approved $691,119 in equity pay increases over this year and the next two years for workers in the Health and Human Services and Sheriff’s departments.
The vote on the resolution was 22-3, with supervisors Brian Smith, Suzanne Speltz and Carl Nonhof opposing.
Racer’s Hall long-term owners ready to pass the torch
Jim and Sarah Pitzen have finished the final lap as owners of Racer’s Hall & Charcoal Grill in Plymouth.
The husband and wife co-owners have sold the bar, and Friday was the last day it was open to the public under their direction.