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.
The Sheboygan Police Department continues to seek the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in relation to multiple business burglaries and thefts to coin operated machines that have occurred over […]
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread through human interaction, policymakers are grappling with agonizing decisions about how much (or how little) economic activity to allow.
As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) public health emergency has negatively impacted all aspects of society, the Sheboygan County Food Bank has stepped up its efforts to assist those in need of food.
PLYMOUTH — A pet skunk raised, not a stink, but a discussion at Tuesday’s Town Board meeting.
Town Clerk Debra Schwind reported that she had been contacted by a woman who is moving into one of the town’s subdivisions concerning her pet skunk and duck, and whether those would be allowed under town rules.
The Sheboygan area’s two major healthcare providers announced plans to gradually reintroduce normal operations.
Following updated guidelines from state health experts, local healthcare providers report an increase in coronavirus testing capabilities.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm says the state is encouraging expanded testing.