Veldkamps and Dumez oversee Boogie Bikes in Hingham Dean Dumez used to ride his bike from Oostburg to Sheboygan for his high school job but says he kind of gave up cycling. […]
Aidan Diener sleeps on the floor and has been known to look through garbage. No, the Lutheran senior is not homeless. He’s a fourth-year varsity soccer player who plans on studying at […]
There is a downside to recording two holes-in-one in a span of 12 days. “There’s an unwritten rule in golf when you get a hole-in-one you’ve got to buy the bar drinks,” […]
The Sheboygan and Plymouth Rotary Clubs through the Restoration Of Our Trees (ROOTS) program rolled out the first of five collaborative projects with area municipal governments to combat the devastation of public […]
SHEBOYGAN — As recommended by the Executive Committee, the County Board Tuesday unanimously killed an update to the disease control ordinance — but it wasn’t a quiet death.
After getting to August 18 with just one confirmed COVID-19 infection, Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution (KMCI) currently has the highest number of active positive cases of any correctional facility in the state. […]
There’s no better way to experience autumn colors in the Sheboygan area than a hike.
The Fall Blood Drive is being held at the Generations Center on Highland Avenue—two blocks north of Plymouth High School. It is set for Monday, September 28, with the start time at […]
Camp Evergreen, 2776 N. 31st Place, Sheboygan, has appointed Jim Maas board president, along with a new slate of officers: Jonathan Moulton, vice president; Steve Harrison, Old Wisconsin, secretary; and Katie Schneider, […]
A face mask on a face mask. Welcome to high school football during COVID-19. Like others across the state, the Kohler/Lutheran/Christian co-op football team will have safety masks attached to their helmet’s […]