Congress just passed a relief bill, but short-term relief is not enough — we need longer term investment in good jobs for all. There are millions of us looking for good work, […]
I’m writing to urge others to join me in supporting the Wisconsin Historical Society’s plan to build a new state history museum. Over 175 years, the Society has established relationships with over […]
The South volleyball team, which hadn’t beaten Bay Port since 2007, rallied for a 3-2 victory against the Pirates on Thursday. “It was one of the most exciting games I’ve ever watched,” […]
Marcus Fish was not happy Friday nights last fall.
The Sheboygan South senior knew football players at Lutheran and Christian, just miles away, were playing as part of the co-op team with Kohler. Some of his former middle school teammates were also on the field for Plymouth.
The WIAA has planned culminating championships and tournaments for the alternate fall season. Girls swimming and diving will hold state April 6 at Waukesha South. Volleyball state will be April 17 at […]
Preparing for the cross country season usually requires a shirt and shorts.
But it was anything but warm – and dry – in early March, as South’s runners got ready for their alternative fall season.
Kelly Whipple’s strike in the ninth frame essentially clinched the Bowling Club State Championship for her Sheboygan co-op squad, only her teammates hadn’t figured out the math quite yet.
by Beth Dippel for The Beacon The Sheboygan County Historical Research Center’s newest book is Sheboygan, A City Defined by Water. The book chronicles the growth of the settlement from its earliest […]
The Wisconsin Urban Forestry Council has announced awards honoring those dedicated to protecting, preserving and increasing the number of trees that line city streets, fill community parks and beautify neighborhoods throughout Wisconsin. […]