Pop sensation and Grammy-winner Colbie Caillat made a name for herself with hit singles such as ‘Bubbly,’ ‘Never Gonna Let You Down’ and ‘Brighter Than the Sun.’ Caillat has collaborated with Jason […]
A 9-year-old Sheboygan boy was struck and killed by a City of Sheboygan garbage truck at North 14th Street and Center Avenue Wednesday, Oct. 9. The victim was identified by a police […]
A 100-year-old Oostburg resident flew 31 bombing missions over occupied Europe during World War Two.
Don Harder, pictured Sept. 2019. He turned 100 years old this year.
As a radioman and gunner aboard B-24 bombers, Don Harder experienced crashes, freezing temperatures, deadly anti-aircraft flak and German fighter planes. He was stationed in southern Italy and soared over Europe en route to destroy and disrupt oil fields and supply lines in the Nazi empire.
A Wisconsin National Guard Soldier was buried in his final resting place Sunday, Sept. 29 in Monona more than 75 years after his death in New Guinea during World War II.
Every summer Sheboygan and most of Wisconsin, for that matter, grills vast numbers of brats in a celebration of sausage and of our collective German heritage. The brat is a social food in this state where Germans first introduced it to the New World. We have brat fries on weekends like folks have BBQs in the south and Chicago has its deep dish pizza. It is part of a deep food tradition.
Experts say it’s a crime caused by the desire to intimidate, control and coerce.
It can happen over the internet, at work, out in public or at home after obsessive behavior triggers frightening episodes of stalking, spying and threat making. For victims, the daily fear of their stalker becomes a debilitating specter they’re unable to escape
An extensive pattern of alleged abuse, stalking and threatening behavior continues to grow after two more women have come forward with accusations against an Elkhart Lake man.
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 local charter fisherman said Lake Michigan is ready for increased fish stocking, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is taking a serious look at doing just that.
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.