Amy Binsfeld, employed with her family-run business in Sheboygan, has announced her candidacy to represent the 27th Assembly District. “Growing up in Howards Grove and watching my great-grandparents, grandparents, and parents pour […]
It’s mid-April, and Kevin Butters still laughs about what happened on the first of the month.
“They got me pretty good,” the Plymouth High School science teacher said. “I actually forgot it was April Fools until I walked in and then I remembered very quickly that it was that day.”
Having never really sewed before, Reina Urbina was definitely more than pleased with the results of the pillowcases that were eventually donated.
“Each one that I made, I really wanted to keep it,” the Sheboygan Central senior said.
SHEBOYGAN – The work has begun to reduce a $22 million wish list down to the $15 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds the county has left to spend.
The Production Farm (TPF), a non-profit mental and behavioral health service agency specializing in person-centered, creative programs offered through the lens of trauma-informed care, has completed the purchase of the former Pentecostals of Sheboygan County church building in downtown Sheboygan Falls.
Just 48 days after his release from a 10-year prison sentence, a 64 year-old Waukesha man robbed Waldo State Bank, telling police he couldn’t hold down a job, according to a recently-filed criminal complaint.
Personal freedoms dominated the spirited discussion at the Plymouth Board of Education’s March 7 Committee of the Whole meeting, where attorney Tony Renning shared an overview of the district’s legal obligations to transgender students.
A ribbon-cutting for a new community space in the City of Sheboygan will take place on Monday, April 4th, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. at Partners for Community Development, Inc. Sunnyside Townhomes at […]
by Emmitt B. Feldner for The Beacon SHEBOYGAN – County government came through the year of COVID-19 with a positive balance. County Administrator Adam Payne Tuesday gave the County Board a quick […]
It has been quite a while since the Sheboygan County RoboRiot 3418 high school robotics team’s last full season of competition.