KOHLER – Closing off a section of Upper Road may be an appropriate tradeoff to improve safety and gain up to 133 additional Kohler Public School parking lot spaces, the Kohler Village Board agreed at its August meeting.
Sheboygan’s City Hall has been under renovation since the groundbreaking event took place on June 4, 2018, but now the building is complete.
Staff will begin moving back in after a grand opening Tuesday Sept. 3 which includes a community open house from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
August 27 – September 9
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board Tuesday slowed down the advance of off-road vehicles onto county roads.
A proposed ordinance to allow all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles on designated county roads was referred back to the Transportation Committee after concerns were raised about some of the language in the ordinance.
OFFICERS FROM THE SHEBOYGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT took to the rooftop of Dunkin’ Donuts on South Business Drive, Sheboygan, the morning of Friday Aug. 16 to help raise money for Special Olympics Wisconsin.
There are a number of quality soccer players for Dan Opponeer, the new coach at Christian/Lutheran.
“There’s really no difference from the No. 5 player to No. 15,” he said. “It’s nice to have that many quality players. It’s not always a luxury you have at small schools.”
It’s been over a year now, and Abby Sigler still has not changed her mind.
The new Sheboygan South volleyball coach, who grew up in the Detroit area, remains a Lions fan.
It has been awhile since the Sheboygan North girls tennis team entered the season as a defending conference champion.
Sheboygan is moving forward with a plan to add additional bicycle and pedestrian trails.
According to Chad Pelishek, director of planning and development, the city recently approved about $1,271,000 to purchase right-of-ways from Union Pacific Railroad.