There’s two restaurants you’ll likely find Sheboygan South’s Vanessa Ziegler at, unless they have certain decorations up this month.
The senior, who is wrapping up her fourth varsity season on the tennis team and also plays basketball and soccer for the Redwings, is the latest to partake in “20 questions.”
The 2020 schedule for Road America was released earlier this week, and there will be 11 race weekends next season including the return of the SCCA National Championship Runoffs.
YMCA seeks hoops players
Registration for the Sheboygan County YMCA Youth Basketball League is underway.
Sheboygan County Sheriff Cory Roeseler said he’s interested in implementing an Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy that would allow his deputies to handle deportation proceedings for undocumented people in custody in Sheboygan County.
A new business has entered the downtown Sheboygan marketplace at 804 8th Street that may have heads turning. In what was a storefront that sat vacant and unnoticed at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue for years—catty-corner to the new city green (where Younkers used to be) and across the street from Mead Public Library—The Rickety Wagon has opened. Providing consignment services for furniture and home décor in better condition, business owner Lisa Stewart couldn’t be more pleased.
The Humane Society of Sheboygan County used many of its secret weapons – furry friends – to help raise money toward its operations and their Build New Beginnings Capital Campaign at its 2019 Unleashed Gala on September 13.
We are proud to announce the finalists for the Pop-Up Shop project. Out of eleven candidates that applied for the project, we narrowed the field down to three finalists. They are Pam Butler – Nest: Adorn, Jennifer Nowicki – Cultivate Tea, and Robyn Schneider – Hometown Barkery. We felt that these three business plans coincide with what we were looking for. They each have strong business backgrounds and great business models that the Sheboygan Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) will be working with to make even stronger.
SHEBOYGAN – The way is clear for all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles to use certain county roads.
The County Board Tuesday approved an ordinance setting a procedure to allow the off-road vehicles on designated county roads and governing their use.
Bonds of shared German heritage. Bonds of learning and student exchange. Bonds of common commitment to encouraging international peace and acceptance. Bonds over beer, brats and hearty German food. Even bonds of marriage.