For the 32nd consecutive year, the St. Paul Lutheran Church Friends Club is set to host its annual Trash ‘N Treasure Rummage Sale on Saturday, Sept. 21, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Sheboygan Falls.
Attendance at the Sheboygan County Fair was higher than usual this year, officials report.
Thursday 8:00 AM: Open Class Non-Animal Judging- South, Exhibit Hall & Education/Household Bldg. 8:30 AM: Jr/Open Class Beef/Sheep Judging-Coliseum 9:00 AM: Jr/Open Class Rabbits/Cavies-AG-venture Tent 12:00 PM: Vendor Tents Open, Mister Ed’s […]
Hosted by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, the New Orleans-based funk band Cha Wa lit up the final night of Sheboygan’s Levitt AMP Music Series on the City Green.
Kohler – What started out as a beautiful morning for golf at Blackwolf Run, became a magical day for Cambellsport resident Craig Hatch, who aced the 17th hole at Blackwolf Run’s River […]
KOHLER – Closing off a section of Upper Road may be an appropriate tradeoff to improve safety and gain up to 133 additional Kohler Public School parking lot spaces, the Kohler Village Board agreed at its August meeting.
Sheboygan’s City Hall has been under renovation since the groundbreaking event took place on June 4, 2018, but now the building is complete.
Staff will begin moving back in after a grand opening Tuesday Sept. 3 which includes a community open house from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board Tuesday slowed down the advance of off-road vehicles onto county roads.
A proposed ordinance to allow all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles on designated county roads was referred back to the Transportation Committee after concerns were raised about some of the language in the ordinance.
OFFICERS FROM THE SHEBOYGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT took to the rooftop of Dunkin’ Donuts on South Business Drive, Sheboygan, the morning of Friday Aug. 16 to help raise money for Special Olympics Wisconsin.
Sheboygan is moving forward with a plan to add additional bicycle and pedestrian trails.
According to Chad Pelishek, director of planning and development, the city recently approved about $1,271,000 to purchase right-of-ways from Union Pacific Railroad.