by Dan Colton for The Beacon For the first time in 94 years, Camp Anokijig is delaying its summer programming as the threat of the new coronavirus persists. “Currently, our staff are […]
With demand for comfortable and adaptable face protection skyrocketing due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency, Plymouth entrepreneur Bob Travis saw an opportunity and promptly seized it.
With graduation ceremonies postponed, many community organizations are stepping up to celebrate the Class of 2020. Earlier this month, the Weill Center for the Performing Arts announced seniors could sign up to […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, announces that Lakes Michigan, Huron, St. Clair and Erie set new monthly mean water level records for May 2020. These water level records were […]
Dozens of protestors gathered Tuesday June 2 in Sheboygan after mass gatherings spread across the nation and world following the death of George Floyd, a man killed in Minneapolis after being detained by police there.
In an effort to help local businesses detect the presence of COVID-19 in their facilities, Fehr Graham of Sheboygan recently introduced a surface test that has already generated an overflow of interest.
SHEBOYGAN – The county’s state of emergency has been extended for another 60 days by the County Board, but not without pushback and debate.
After a six-week delay due the statewide safer at home order in response to COVID-19, Plymouth Dirt Track Racing will kick off the 2020 season at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds in Plymouth on Saturday, June 6.
by The Sheboygan County Food Bank Recently, the USDA began the Coronavirus Farm Assistance Program (CFAP) across the United States. Through this program, the USDA is buying and delivering fresh produce, dairy […]
Reports of child abuse and neglect are down across the state, but Sheboygan County’s district attorney said the downward trend isn’t a positive sign.