Music Director and Conductor, Kevin S. McMahon stated, “The concert “Flight” is a truly unique event, combining two of Wisconsin’s eldest organizations, the state’s longest running orchestra along with its longest running aerial dance company. For the first time in the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra’s 101 seasons, a full concert of aerial dance along with symphony and choir will be presented. Isn’t that exciting?”
An Elkhart Lake man charged with 16 counts, including stalking, sexual assault and false imprisonment settled several open cases in a plea agreement last week.
The Review, The Beacon and The Sheboygan Falls News join news publications across the U.S. in supporting a National Student Essay Competition designed to deepen a recognition of the First Amendment that strengthens freedom of the press and rebuilds trust.
March 10 – 23, 2020
Will Hayon would have loved to repeat as a state champion, but the Sheboygan North swimmer is not complaining about the consolation prize Saturday at the Division 1 State Championship.
“I mean, obviously I’d rather take first but I’ll take two third places,” he said. “There was good competition in both events.”
SHEBOYGAN – Sheboygan County’s newest bank could be up and running by this fall – a wetland mitigation bank.
County Planning and Conservation Director Aaron Brault updated the County Board Tuesday on the Amsterdam Dunes preservation area on Lake Michigan in the town of Holland.
When Sheboygan North soccer player Maggie Mueller narrowed her college choice down to two, UW-Eau Claire had a big advantage over UW-Stevens Point.
A teenage daughter fighting with her mom is nothing new.
Sheboygan North’s Mikayla Rieck, however, often finds herself kickboxing her mother … in classes.
Count Sheboygan North’s Koichi Toramaru, a foreign-exchange student from Japan, among those who love Wisconsin’s hospitality but hate its weather.