A new business has entered the downtown Sheboygan marketplace at 804 8th Street that may have heads turning. In what was a storefront that sat vacant and unnoticed at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue for years—catty-corner to the new city green (where Younkers used to be) and across the street from Mead Public Library—The Rickety Wagon has opened. Providing consignment services for furniture and home décor in better condition, business owner Lisa Stewart couldn’t be more pleased.
Animal stories translated into funds
The Humane Society of Sheboygan County used many of its secret weapons – furry friends – to help raise money toward its operations and their Build New Beginnings Capital Campaign at its 2019 Unleashed Gala on September 13.
Top Pop-Up Shops chosen for adornments, tea, dog treats
We are proud to announce the finalists for the Pop-Up Shop project. Out of eleven candidates that applied for the project, we narrowed the field down to three finalists. They are Pam Butler – Nest: Adorn, Jennifer Nowicki – Cultivate Tea, and Robyn Schneider – Hometown Barkery. We felt that these three business plans coincide with what we were looking for. They each have strong business backgrounds and great business models that the Sheboygan Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) will be working with to make even stronger.
Limited access to county roads approved for off-road vehicles
SHEBOYGAN – The way is clear for all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles to use certain county roads.
The County Board Tuesday approved an ordinance setting a procedure to allow the off-road vehicles on designated county roads and governing their use.
City salutes 52 years of shared friendship
Bonds of shared German heritage. Bonds of learning and student exchange. Bonds of common commitment to encouraging international peace and acceptance. Bonds over beer, brats and hearty German food. Even bonds of marriage.
Man charged with howling at K9 unit
Following an allegedly drunken fight in downtown Sheboygan, a Sheboygan Falls man is charged with harassing a police dog after police say he howled at it.
Staff is moving back
STAFF IS MOVING BACK into a renovated Sheboygan City Hall at 828 Center Ave. following an open house Sept. 3 . During construction of the $10.5 million project to improve funtionality for the benefit of the public and city staff nine departments moved to alternate locations for 15 months. The original building was dedicated on Jan. 27, 1917.
Children’s Museum hosts adult-only fund raiser
Above & Beyond Children’s Museum of Sheboygan will host its 4th annual adults-only fundraiser Tastefully Childish on Friday, September 27 at 6 p.m.
The museum comes to life as guests delight in interactive exhibits, hands-on activities, raffles, silent auction, face painting, scavenger hunt, live entertainment, and festive music.
Budding farmers show future of county dairy industry
The Sheboygan County Holstein Association recently held their Farmerbud Showmanship Event at the Sheboygan County Fair. It was well attended and there were three queens on deck who handed out tokens for free ice cream at the Red Barn at the county fair.
County’s largest rummage sale ready to rock on again
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.