Like most fans of March Madness, Jeff Brazzale loves filling out the brackets to predict who will win the NCAA basketball championship.
He did not get his chance this year, however, because the Coronavirus halted sports a week before the tournament was to begin.
As part of an ongoing effort to better serve and engage fans, Road America has revamped the track’s digital experience ahead of the 2020 season by launching its new website.
The impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency has impacted all sectors of society, including sporting events of all shapes and sizes.
During a typical season, Plymouth Dirt Track Racing would have launched its 16th season of competition at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds this past Saturday.
May 30 – All Stars-Interstate Racing Association 410 Sprint Cars Rayce Rudeen Foundation Race $26,000 to win, 360 Sprint Cars, 5:30 p.m. (rain date – Thursday, July 30) June 6 – Weekly […]
Golf team is No. 1
The North/South girls co-op team finished first in the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin’s eighth-annual Team Academic All-State Award.
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board completed its reorganization in theater audience mode Tuesday.
Meeting in the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Sheboygan campus Fine Arts Theater for the second straight week in order to achieve proper social distancing, the board approved standing committee assignments and organized the committees.
Students missing their friends, classmates and teachers, spending long stretches in front of a computer screen and craving more live, online instruction not only to help them with assignments, but also just to make some human connection.
May 5 – 18, 2020