For a lot of people, this is the Year of Something Else. Unable to do what they want but forced to do Something Else.
Kristin Smarelli, 28, of Plymouth, is one of many who have had to put their chosen careers on hold until the economy perks up — whenever that may be.
Michael Holden was recently elected to the position of Executive Director of the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobiles Clubs (AWSC). The AWSC represents over Six Hundred snowmobile clubs in Wisconsin and has approximately […]
Members of the Early Bird Rotary Club of Sheboygan presented twelve sleeping mats for the homeless to board members of the Sheboygan County Warming Center on December 31. Rotary Club Service Committee […]
Thomas Atkins, the Commodore of The Sheboygan Yacht Club, was recently elected into the Lake Michigan Sail Racing Federation’s Hall of Fame. The Lake Michigan Sail Racing Federation is a not-for-profit charitable […]
Wet weather – for several years in a row – has not been good for the Sheboygan Marsh.
Sheboygan County Planning and Resources Director Aaron Brault updated the County Board on several of his department’s projects at the marsh and the Amsterdam Dunes preservation area.
HEAVY EXCAVATING AND ROUTE-CLEARING EQUIPMENT is slowly moving through Sheboygan County as the Wisconsin Public Service Corporation constructs a replacement gas line from Chilton to Sheboygan Falls. Included are regulator stations and […]
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board and county officials received affirmation from a constituent Tuesday for their handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I think you’ve all done an outstanding job navigating through this,” Sheboygan resident Jessica Huss told the board in a public address.
The Army National Guard veteran who served in the 32nd Military Police Co., including a deployment to Baghdad from 2002-04, likened the COVID-19 crisis to a war situation.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) continues to make strides supporting endangered species in 2020. This includes helping threatened turtles, aiding promising field trials for vaccines to save bats from white-nose […]
The first groups to receive the vaccine are frontline health care workers providing direct care to COVID-19 patients and people living and working in long term care facilities.
The Centers for Disease Control has released options to reduce quarantine for contacts of persons with COVID-19 using symptoms monitoring and diagnostic testing. The new guidelines for quarantine options shorter than 14 […]