For the second straight season, one of the co-players of the year in the Fox River Classic Conference is from Sheboygan North.
Kansas State freshman Dru Kuck received the volleyball award last year and junior Lizzy Binder earned it this season.
The league always picks two players of the year and it had an easy choice in Binder.
Soccer defenders usually do not have gaudy stats.
Sheboygan North senior Ryan Biebel scored twice this season, but that is not the reason the defender made first-team all-Fox River Classic Conference for the first time.
The Grafton man accused of holding a woman hostage in Waldo last year attempted to coordinate her killing from inside the Sheboygan County Detention Center, police said.
Oostburg resident Sergio Ochoa, 43, has been found guilty in the 2017 killing of his cousin and his cousin’s friend.
According to court records, a jury found Ochoa guilty on two counts of first-degree reckless homicide. Those charges were amended from first-degree intentional homicide on Oct. 29, which was the seventeenth and final day of trial.
A federal grand jury has charged the alleged Glenbeulah bank robbers with two additional heists.
As the Panera Bread location in Sheboygan opened Friday morning, dozens and dozens of Panera fans braved the dark and chilly weather for a chance to win free meals for a year. […]
The proposed 2020 Sheboygan County Budget will be distributed to the County Board on October 22 and includes a property tax levy increase of 2.41%, or $1,190,690. The proposed property tax rate is $5.22, a decrease of 1.43%, or 8 cents, from the 2019 rate of $5.30. As a result, on a $100,000 home, property taxes will decrease $8. The 2020 budget reflects the 4th consecutive year the property tax rate has gone down.
After a single complaint recently led the Plymouth City Council to approve an ordinance change banning the feeding and harboring of feral cats, local animal welfare organizations are strongly questioning the measure.