Arts, entertainment and culture are a vital part of the fabric of our communities. Wisconsin currently ranks last in the nation in per-capita arts funding, and we need to do more to help further generations.
Opinion: Democracy threatened globally
What is the condition of our democracy and do we continue to be committed to maintaining the principles that underlie the rule of law?
If you are struggling to understand this, you are not alone.
Local man brings new vibe to karaoke
At first, Anthony Peterson went to karaoke night at Vreeke’s Tavern in Sheboygan just to sing.
Now, he’s running the weekly event every Thursday.
Weekend food for 450 kids solicited
SCFB is launching a crowdfunding campaign, Fund Food for Thought, with the ultimate goal of supporting 450 children through Food for Thought for Kids during the 2023-2024 school year.
Wilderness Journal – Youth hunt ends well
I wrote about my good friend Rod Bensley of Burnett at least a dozen times over the years. The last 1.5 years it was about his battle with rectal and prostate cancer, and his will to live as long as possible and to be active as well.
Court Report – May 2, 2023
Haynes, Kareion J., 1/4/2000, Sheboygan, Jail 6 months, Still owes $1,882.00.
Betts, Robbie D., 8/28/2002, Sheboygan, Criminal Damage to Property, $267.50.
For the love of the game
Lutheran coach Tim Muth says Mason Senkbeil absolutely loves baseball.
“He works on it all year round,” he said. “He’s most often the first one to be at practice and a few times was ahead of me, waiting in his car to get in.”
Time is running out – Moeller, Alsum, graduate soon from Christian
Bobby Moeller and Nate Alsum have played soccer together since sixth grade.
The Christian seniors have also been teammates in basketball and golf in high school.
But they will soon go their separate ways.
First game, first hat trick for Blattner
Freshman Keeran Blattner scored three goals in her first game on the Lutheran/Christian varsity soccer team last Tuesday.
Hadzidedic provides plenty of answers
Laila Hadzidedic was born in Sheboygan, but her parents are from Europe.
The South softball pitcher, who is leaning toward studying business at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan and then law school at UW-Milwaukee, explains that – and more – in 20 Questions.