Furniture, home decor consignment store opens

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.

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.

They did what on their 25th anniversary?

Some guys wouldn’t even dare ask.

A 25th anniversary trip to see the Milwaukee Brewers in Miami and St. Louis?

“Most other people, yeah, they probably wouldn’t do something like this,” said Sheboygan North assistant volleyball coach Lisa Weimann. “I got the best of both worlds. I got the Brewers and Miami Beach, too.”