The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra will begin its winter/spring season on February 13 with a Valentine-themed concert, featuring a world-renowned husband and wife vocal duo. Amanda Majeski and Samuel Handley, accompanied by Emile […]
Sheboygan — In 2020, Sheboygan County Food Bank (SCFB) faced several challenges due to the impact of the COVID-19 crisis in our community. The most significant task was to effectively respond to […]
Alliant Energy and the city of Sheboygan have reached an agreement to install a 1-megawatt (MW) solar facility in the Sheboygan Business Center. On Monday, January 18, a lease was introduced during […]
Since Election Day, no evidence of widespread voter fraud has emerged in Wisconsin — or any other state.
But politicians, propagandists and social media influencers have sought to undermine the results of the presidential election in Wisconsin before and after Nov. 3.
Coach Brett Flipse recently won his 300th game in his 25th season as Sheboygan Christian boys basketball coach. He was unaware he had 299 wins until the morning of Jan. 12, when […]
Sheboygan North’s Will Hayon now holds every school record – except diving. “It’s quite an achievement,” coach Deylin Steinbruecker said. “It doesn’t happen hardly ever.” The junior’s latest record was set Jan. […]
Sheboygan South’s Maddie Ognacevic broke her school’s girls basketball rebounding record Jan. 15 when she grabbed 21 of them.
Sheboygan South’s Laine Thompson will play football at Concordia University Wisconsin next season. The senior lineman announced the decision early last week, and he says he was also recruited by UW-Oshkosh and […]
For the second year in a row, the Sheboygan Lutheran boys basketball team will not be able to defend its Division 5 state championship.
The Crusaders needed one more win to reach state last year when COVID-19 shut everything down.
For a lot of people, this is the Year of Something Else. Unable to do what they want but forced to do Something Else.
Kristin Smarelli, 28, of Plymouth, is one of many who have had to put their chosen careers on hold until the economy perks up — whenever that may be.