MILWAUKEE – The City of Sheboygan is facing a second federal lawsuit from a former employee. Chad Pelishek, the former Director of Planning and Development, filed the civil lawsuit in the Eastern District of Wisconsin court in Milwaukee Aug. 7.
A Sheboygan house explosion Aug. 1 was intentionally set off by a woman who was inside the house at the time of the explosion, injuring herself and endangering three police officers who were outside, according to allegations detailed in a criminal complaint filed Monday, Aug. 7.
United Way Worldwide announced the chair appointment of Cathy McRae – a part-time resident of Sheboygan and long-time United Way donor, volunteer and advocate – to the Women United Global Leadership Council.
Michael Lee Bowen, a 37-year-old Sheboygan man, has been charged with felony hit and run resulting in the death of Mr. Jan Richmond, a 74-year-old Sheboygan resident who was out walking the morning of July 4. At the time of the incident, Bowen was supposed to be under a court-ordered Huber Law jail sentence which apparently was not imposed, and is now under review by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.
A Plymouth store’s renovation is Lutheran High School’s gain.
Work was recently finished on Neat Repeats, a thrift store that opened in 2009 and has supported Lutheran ever since.
Miriam Fabian has been learning the South Korean language ever since hearing K-pop (short for Korean popular music) as a freshman and “falling in love with the music.”
Benjamin Horvat of Louis Structures made an appearance to deliver a presentation on his intentions to purchase the VanDerVart property at 180 Forest Ave. with the intention of utilizing the facility to repurpose unrecycled garbage into clean construction aggregate.
How many people can say they have a patent?
Dustin Richards, who graduated from Plymouth in 2003 and lives in Waldo, can.
The 75-year-old Sheboygan resident, who was inducted into the SHAPE (Society of Health and Physical Educators) Hall of Fame in New Orleans in 2022, will receive the Burt and Norma Altman Teacher Education Award at her alma mater UW-La Crosse.
Safe Harbor of Sheboygan County is hosting two free community presentations, “Behind Closed Doors: Exposing Relationship Abuse and Lethal Consequences” in July and August.