As the Panera Bread location in Sheboygan opened Friday morning, dozens and dozens of Panera fans braved the dark and chilly weather for a chance to win free meals for a year. […]
The proposed 2020 Sheboygan County Budget will be distributed to the County Board on October 22 and includes a property tax levy increase of 2.41%, or $1,190,690. The proposed property tax rate is $5.22, a decrease of 1.43%, or 8 cents, from the 2019 rate of $5.30. As a result, on a $100,000 home, property taxes will decrease $8. The 2020 budget reflects the 4th consecutive year the property tax rate has gone down.
After a single complaint recently led the Plymouth City Council to approve an ordinance change banning the feeding and harboring of feral cats, local animal welfare organizations are strongly questioning the measure.
Love INC of Sheboygan County is set to hold its second annual Living Out Love event Friday, Oct. 25, at Pine Hills Country Club in Sheboygan.
The event, which is designed to engage Love INC’s mission to help partnered churches help people of all Christian denominations throughout Sheboygan County, will begin with a reception and silent auction from 5:30-6:30 p.m., followed by a dinner from 6:30-7:30 p.m. with a program and live auction to cap off the evening designed to benefit Love INC Ministries.
The three-week trial for an Oostburg man accused of killing two people in 2017 started Monday Oct. 7.
Ryker Lemke is now on the waiting list for Green Bay Packers season tickets.
Only he’s 4 months old.
And his father hates football.
And his parents have no idea who put him there.
In a span of four days, two long losing streaks in the North-South rivalry came to an end.
It started Oct. 4, when North’s football team beat South, 13-6, to halt its nine-game losing skid to the Redwings. The Golden Raiders also snapped their 25-game losing streak, so the ride back to North was pretty rowdy.
Ashwini Murthy played her final tennis match for North last week and wrapped up her fourth season on varsity.
She made the state tournament the last two years in doubles after playing singles as a freshman and sophomore.
In an increasingly high-tech world, the search for the next generation of innovative minds in the vital STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math is vast, continuous and ever-changing.
In an effort to introduce and engage sixth through ninth-grade girls to the wonders of STEM, Sheboygan Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) has joined with the University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan Foundation to hold the third annual Girls STEM Day Conference Saturday, Nov. 2, at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus, located at 1 University Drive in Sheboygan, Wis.
October 22 – November 4, 2019.