For a fascinating 40 minutes on Thursday, March 9, another bout in that high-stakes contest unfolded right here in Sheboygan County – at the Osthoff in Elkhart Lake – after two very different state Supreme Court candidates, conservative Dan Kelly and liberal Janet Protasiewicz, accepted the Wisconsin Municipal Judges Association’s invitation to share remarks at the group’s lunch.
With eight years of judicial experience presiding over the Sheboygan Area Municipal Court, Judge Natasha Torry is seeking a six-year term in the Sheboygan County Circuit Court Branch 2 judge’s chair in the upcoming spring general election on Tuesday, April 4.
The Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Of- fice has announced the launch of the FlySafe Program, powered by AirHub, aimed at safely integrating drones into the community.
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board didn’t have to go outside the office to find the new county administrator.
The board Tuesday Feb. 21 unanimously appointed current Deputy County Administrator Alayne Krause to the county’s top position.
Overall, conservatives Kelly and Dorow won 60% of the county vote, with liberals Protasiewicz and Dane County Circuit Court Judge Everett Mitchell getting 40%.
Immigrants, most of them undocumented, now perform 80% of the labor on Wisconsin dairy farms. There is a fascinating, human story in the relationship between the Mexican workers who come here to earn money to build homes and businesses back in Mexico and the farmers who depend on their labor on Wisconsin dairy farms.
Ellen R. Schleicher, Sheboygan County Register of Deeds, is warning homeowners about a current home warranty scam.
Patrick Hughes has lived in California, New York, Tennessee and Washington D.C.
Yet the 1970 Plymouth High School graduate recently completed a trilogy of books set on a rural dairy farm in Cascade.
Selina came up with an idea, and this past weekend we had about as much fun as a father/daughter and a dozen friends and family could have on the ice.
On March 11th the Unity Music Festival will play its final benefit concert of the year.
Festival Chairman Jon Bolker said, “I saved the best concert for last. I have put together one of best big bands in the world along with one of the best Aretha Franklin vocalists in the country.