Judicial candidate and local attorney George A. Limbeck has received reprimands for his prior conduct as an attorney, issued by an arm of the Wisconsin Supreme Court responsible for oversight of Wisconsin attorneys. He says he has learned from the experience and has used it to improve himself as a lawyer.
MILWAUKEE – Former Sheboygan City Administrator Todd Wolf, who was fired by the Sheboygan Common Council Jan. 9, has filed a federal lawsuit against the city, the mayor, the city attorney, eight of the 10 alderpersons for the city, as well as three other individuals, alleging his constitutional rights were violated by the termination and other actions by defendants.
When the goal is to win, a coach doesn’t send a player into the game unless they have the skills to succeed. But every year, thousands of Wisconsin high school graduates enter the game of real life without the knowledge or skills they need to thrive as adults.
A Sheboygan woman is facing felony charges of theft and forgery for allegedly making over $168,000 in unauthorized purchases at liquor and grocery stores, casinos, streaming TV providers, airlines, and more, all paid for with Sheboygan County Home Builders Association (SCHBA) funds and unbeknownst to the association, county prosecutors say.
The largest post-election voting equipment audit in state history found no mechanical errors and that all audited voting equipment performed to certification standards.
This week’s column is about a very progressive and hard-working couple that over the last three years has created Blades Baits and Tackle on Little Bay de Noc out of Kipling/Gladstone, Mich. Paul and Lacy Bloedorn, formally of New Glarus, are about as busy as two people can be – and also quite successful.
It’s a similar scene on almost every lake in Wisconsin during the winter: a frozen, white landscape spotted with shanties, anglers on buckets and a few lucky tip-ups with flags in the air. The season is prime time for ice fishing, one of Wisconsin’s oldest traditions.
With one show complete, there are still two more shows to go as part of the 2023 Unity Musical Festival tripleheader concert schedule benefiting three different charitable causes.
James A. Haasch, a former assistant district attorney for Sheboygan County, has withdrawn from the race for Sheboygan County Circuit Court Judge – Branch 2.
Lakeland University will host its free one-day Broadway Bootcamp on Saturday, April 1.
High school and current Lakeland students will train with award-winning Broadway artists and Lakeland faculty in voice, dance and acting. It is the only offering of its kind in the region for aspiring music and theater students.