The Red Raiders co-op hockey team recently decorated the courtyard at the Sheboygan Senior Community after buying toys for children last year. “This year, we felt the seniors could use a little joy,” coach Bill Sunagel said. – Submitted photo
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association is expressing its support of a sponsored bill in the legislature that would make it a Class A misdemeanor to harass or intimidate a sports official in response to action taken or with intent to influence a referee, umpire, judge or anyone serving similar functions.
Jake Marver is the third-leading scorer and rebounder on the Sheboygan South basketball team, and the senior forward plans on probably attending UW-Oshkosh or St. Cloud State for some type of sports management education.
The Knights of Columbus Free-Throw Championship will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 5.
December 17 – 30, 2019
Following an investigation, police say a married Sheboygan couple were arrested and charged for having pounds of marijuana at their home.
According to court records, police found more than 8 pounds of marijuana, 21 illegal vaping cartridges and dozens of marijuana edibles inside the home of Alisa Sapino and Vincente Sapino, both 26.
At two back-to-back meetings on December 9, the Kohler Board of Education reviewed a range of recent school activities both celebrating the district attaining the top ranking in the state and expressing gratitude to teachers.
To enhance fishing success and opportunities for all Lake Michigan anglers, while sustaining a balanced and vibrant fisheries community, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has released a new Lake Michigan fish stocking plan.
A high school and local maritime organization are looking to combine forces.
According to Sailing Education Association of Sheboygan (SEAS) Executive Director Geoff Rudolph, his nonprofit is interested in hosting programs for engineering students at Etude High School. It’s all part of SEAS’s core mission of expanding maritime education and waterfront opportunities for everyone, Rudolph said.