Sheboygan Human Resources Director Adam Westbrook announced his resignation, effective Sept. 22, by email to city officials Wed. Aug. 30.
Westbrook said in the email that a “small, but very vocal” group of individuals in the community “are making it extremely difficult for me to successfully continue to do my job.”
A Plymouth teenager was sentenced Aug. 10 to nine years in state prison, after being found guilty due to no contest pleas, for intentionally starting a fire which destroyed her family’s house on Riverview Road in July of 2020.
Two individuals are facing multiple felony charges, some of which have a maximum sentence of up to 40 years, after a police search of a Cascade house found a methamphetamine and fentanyl substance, as well as other drugs, and drug packaging items, according to a criminal complaint filed Aug. 28.
The Read in Color initiative distributes books that provide perspectives on racism and social justice, celebrate Black, indigenous, people of color, LGBTQ+, and other marginalized voices, and incorporate experiences from all identities for all readers.
Law enforcement officers from the Plymouth Police Department and the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office conducted an active shooter training event at the Sheboygan County Fair Park.
Throughout the month of September, Cousins Subs and their Make It Better Foundation will donate $15 from every 20-piece Party Box sold, up to $50,000, to the Starr Children’s Fund.
Tanya’s idea: start an outdoor club that is associated with the school district and available to people of all ages.
On Sunday, September 10, 2023, the Sheboygan eFree Church will dedicate its $4 million, 9-month renovation during both morning services.
When Dave Veldhorst graduated from Christian in 1982, the school had a cross country team.
A year or two later, it no longer did and soccer became more popular.
The sport has returned, however, and Veldhorst is one of a handful of coaches helping out.
BJ LeRoy uses a metaphor when describing his return to coaching.
“We were previously running wildly; now we’re learning to walk consistently before taking off running again,” North’s new girls volleyball coach said.