Illinois has collected more than $400 million in tax revenue from recreational marijuana sales in 2021, and Michigan has collected nearly $250 million.
Wisconsin still bans the drug in most forms, but the legislature continues to flirt with legalizing medical marijuana.
The Town of Greenbush Board of Supervisors gave final approval to a Wade House site improvement project at its January 24, 2022 meeting
SHEBOYGAN — “Our systems are at the point of being overwhelmed, but there is hope.”
That was Sheboygan County Health and Human Services Director Matthew Strittmater summary of the county’s COVID-19 situation in his update to the County Board Tuesday Jan 18.
In an effort to raise awareness and up the ante in implementing prevention tactics, the Sheboygan County Human Trafficking Task Force has taken a highly proactive approach to addressing the many dangers and far-reaching impact of human trafficking in local communities.
SHEBOYGAN – There will be a hometown discount for local entities seeking to buy wetland mitigation credits in the Amsterdam Dunes Preservation Area.
KOHLER – The winners of the 25th annual Waelderhaus Gingerbread Festival competition have been announced by Kohler Foundation. From November 26 through December 30, the Waelderhaus was host to a delicious collection […]
Due to overwhelming demand, the next Unity Music Festival concert has expanded to two concerts on one night as Terry Lee Goffee is set to present a pair of performances of his “World’s Greatest Johnny Cash Experience” show at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 19 at the Sheboygan Lutheran Fine Arts Center in Sheboygan.
With one full year of hosting a wide range of events, activities and performances now under its belt, the state-of-the-art, multi-purpose Sheboygan Lutheran High School Worship and Fine Arts Center addition has proven to be everything students, staff, parents, leaders and community members hoped it would be, and more.
Landverhuizers or The Immigrants is a historical trilogy novel of Dutch emigration in the mid-nineteenth century, written by Pieter J. Risseeuw.
After serving as a staple for music, entertainment and large social gatherings in Sheboygan County since 1912, Laack’s Tavern and Ballroom in Johnsonville is set to turn the page to a brand new chapter in the coming weeks