As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread through human interaction, policymakers are grappling with agonizing decisions about how much (or how little) economic activity to allow.
Road America announced Tuesday that the racing portion of the MotoAmerica Superbike Series on May 29-31 will be held, but without fans due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
NORTH’S MAGGIE MUELLER and several other seniors who missed out on spring sports will be featured on Pages 4-5 – Photo by Nathan Weimer
North’s softball team has spent plenty of time on its diamond this spring.
The Golden Raiders haven’t had a game, but at least the extra free time allowed them to make improvements to and around the field.
As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency has negatively impacted all aspects of society, the Sheboygan County Food Bank has stepped up its efforts to assist those in need of food.
PLYMOUTH — A pet skunk raised, not a stink, but a discussion at Tuesday’s Town Board meeting.
Town Clerk Debra Schwind reported that she had been contacted by a woman who is moving into one of the town’s subdivisions concerning her pet skunk and duck, and whether those would be allowed under town rules.
The Sheboygan area’s two major healthcare providers announced plans to gradually reintroduce normal operations.
May 19 – June 1, 2020
Following updated guidelines from state health experts, local healthcare providers report an increase in coronavirus testing capabilities.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm says the state is encouraging expanded testing.
Love him or hate him, Green Bay’s selection of quarterback Jordan Love – and the rest of the team’s draft picks for that matter – got Packers’ fans talking. And posting. Tweeting, too.
Jeff Goetz wondered if Green Bay’s general manager threw darts at a board to make his picks and Kyle James claimed the Packers’ president only cares about filling seats.