The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) intervened on behalf of several Wisconsin voters with disabilities suing to protect their ability to receive assistance when returning an absentee ballot.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has issued a public health advisory to inform Wisconsinites about the increased number of deaths caused by drugs laced with synthetic substances, especially fentanyl.
In May the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office added a third K9 to their agency.
Click Here to open a PDF of the full print edition Tyler Scott Bein 31, of Plymouth died August 15. Suchon Funeral Home. Gerald Blonigen 97, died August 8. Sippel Funeral Home. Herman […]
Court Cases for Sheboygan addresses only – see plymouth-review.com for all Sheboygan County addresses Revoke Probation Burk, Katie May, 5/17/1989, Sheboygan, Jail 8 months, $481.40. Forfeitures Disorderly Conduct Flying Hawk, Tristen T., […]
Court Cases for Sheboygan addresses only – see plymouth-review.com for all Sheboygan County addresses Revoke Probation Johnson, Danelle L., 6/28/1975, Sheboygan, Jail 12 months, Still owes $455.00. Forfeitures Sobczak, Kevin J., 4/1964, […]
A friend last year got Lillian Stenz interested in strongman competition.
Two weekends ago, the South girls swim coach took third place in the Brat City Strongest, an event that features a keg press, a barrel squat and even pulling a fire truck or ambulance.
JASON TAGEL (left) crossed at least one item off his bucket list this summer: get a picture next to Bob Uecker’s statue at Am Fam Field. “It was something I knew I […]
FOOTBALL PREVIEW There are a number of reasons North’s football team is pumped for the season to begin. The Golden Raiders, who open the season Aug. 19 against visiting Plymouth, feature three […]
For the second straight season, the Sheboygan A’s played in the Wisconsin Class A State Tournament. Sheboygan took on Appleton on Saturday (after deadline) in the first round of the double-elimination tourney. […]