Category: News

Monitor your temperature routinely

Studies and expert advice suggest a regimen of regular temperature monitoring may help identify potential cases of the new coronavirus, COVID-19.

A Chinese study out of Wuhan University focused on 136 patients, 26 percent of whom required intensive-care hospitalization. The study found that three major early warning signs existed in patients suffering COVID-19.

County Board implements COVID-19 precautions

SHEBOYGAN — The county became the latest governmental body to officially declare a state of emergency in regards to the coronavirus.

The County Board Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution declaring the state, after hearing an update from Health and Human Services Department personnel on the coronavirus situation in the county.

Voters encouraged to vote absentee for Apr. 7 election

Because of the COVID-19, voters are strongly urged to act now to vote absentee for the April 7 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary.

 “Polls will be open in Sheboygan County for those who need them on Election Day, but many voters may choose to vote absentee for this election,” said County Clerk Jon Dolson.  “For that to happen, you should request an absentee ballot from your municipal clerk, as soon as possible.”

Great Lakes remain at record high levels

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, announces that despite a dry month of February across the Great Lakes basin, water levels on each of the Great Lakes remain very high going into the spring.  Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, and Erie set new monthly records for February 2020.  The records were previously set on lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron in 1986, and in 1987 on Lake Erie.

Sheboygan firm takes to the air to study the Earth

For an aerial survey company, Quantum Spatial sure has a knack for flying under the radar.

The geospatial firm operates all over the country and even internationally, working with government and private industry to map out and provide data on a litany of services including disaster response, infrastructure planning and road mapping to name a few. Its main flight operations and maintenance branch operates out of a hangar at the Sheboygan County Memorial Airport.