Sheboygan County means something different to everyone who lives here. It means something to visitors who vacation here, business people who travel here and kids who grow up here.
That meaning is evolving every day, and the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation is working constantly to enhance what’s already working in the county and address the things that need a boost.
I must admit that when I enter a new restaurant with the word “ale” in the name my expectations for the quality of the food are not that high. What usually comes to mind are generic nachos, wings and mozzarella sticks. But the Fork & Dagger Ale Haus in Kiel turns out to be the best exception!
The Sheboygan County Tennis Association will host the Doug Opel Memorial Junior Championships July 26-27 at Sports Core in Kohler.
It is open to any boy or girl 18 years old and under, and players of all skill levels are encouraged to participate.
Three players from Sheboygan will compete on the UW-Sheboygan men’s basketball team next season.
Two are from reigning state champion Lutheran (guards Delvin Barnstable and Mike Berger) and one is from South (forward Preston Meyer).
Hundreds of vintage racers will make the journey to Elkhart Lake this weekend for the annual WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman presented by HAWK at Road America.
SCOTT THIEL (right) of Sheboygan celebrates a victory in the Plymouth Dirt Track Racing 360 Sprint Car A main at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds on June 28th with car owner Randy Sippel of Elkhart Lake. – Photo by RC Custom Design
Sheboygan A’s Hall-of-Famer Fred Forsterling died last week after a long battle with cancer. “Freddy” was inducted into their hall of fame in 2004, and at that time, he ranked first on […]
There was a rare tie in a baseball game, and the Sheboygan A’s weren’t complaining.
The sixth annual Tim Schwoerer Memorial Basketball Tournament will be held July 26-27 at Sheboygan North. The 3-on-3 tournament is in honor of Schwoerer, a 2008 graduate of North who died in […]