Devon J. Barton, age 19, of Sheboygan Falls faces three felony charges of attempting to flee or elude an officer for what prosecutors say were three separate runs from police vehicles on a motorcycle, at times exceeding 100 mph, in and around the City of Sheboygan on Mar. 26.
Actually, Timothy Mech doesn’t have to because he makes his own beer – no joke.
The senior pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church just donated another batch at the annual Sheboygan Lutheran auction that was held Saturday.
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC or Commission) has announced the creation of a new, additional area code to overlay the area in which the 920 area code is now in service.
Cut Angel Davidson some slack.
The Howards Grove resident lives out in the country with a half-mile long gravel driveway – and owns a white car.
So yeah, it’s going to be dirty. Especially this time of year.
Sheboygan County Administrator Alayne Krause, in her first report to the board since being appointed to the position last month, said that the first round yielded around $3.1 million paid to the county, disbursed to agencies and individuals over multiple years.
A Plymouth man is facing two felony charges for allegedly hitting a pedestrian with his snowplow while driving intoxicated in Sheboygan the night of Feb. 26.
The odds of getting a perfect ACT score are just 0.25%.
Don’t tell that to Lutheran High seniors Andrew Dirkse and Caden Solle, who recently earned the highest possible composite score of 36.
Eighty-two-year-old Mike Deiters admits he had a ‘little brain freeze’ and lost some motivation in the two years he spent writing his first book.
This week I am writing to you about a weather event that I experienced with two, longtime friends (Jeff Moll and Doug Cibulka) while camping and ice fishing 2.8 miles from shore on Lake Superior near Ashland.
For a fascinating 40 minutes on Thursday, March 9, another bout in that high-stakes contest unfolded right here in Sheboygan County – at the Osthoff in Elkhart Lake – after two very different state Supreme Court candidates, conservative Dan Kelly and liberal Janet Protasiewicz, accepted the Wisconsin Municipal Judges Association’s invitation to share remarks at the group’s lunch.