SHEBOYGAN – Sheboygan County will continue to be open for resettlement of vetted refugees.
The County Board Tuesday accelerated action on a resolution consenting to continue accepting the placement of such refugees in 2020.
“We’re not making any changes to past practices and procedures,” County Administrator Adam Payne emphasized in his report to the board.
Losing a fishing tournament by one pound, I would think, is as heartbreaking as giving up a walk-off home run or last-second touchdown.
Coaching against a family member is hard enough.
Imagine the difficulty when the game is a fundraiser for a sister-in-law fighting cancer.
Krystof Linhart’s perception of Wisconsin should not surprise anyone.
“They got like a lot of cheese factories and a lot of beer,” the Sheboygan South swimmer and foreign exchange student from the Czech Republic said.
The North-South rivalry continued Dec. 21, and the Golden Raiders’ girls claimed their 24th consecutive win over the Redwings, 58-49.
Police arrested a Sheboygan man after he allegedly pointed an assault rifle at others inside his home and threatened to kill a dog.
On Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. the National Ballet Theatre of Odessa will perform live the classic Swan Lake at the Stefanie H. Weill Center in Sheboygan. This full-scale ballet production features 55 professionals who have toured the globe and earned a first-class international reputation. Tickets are on sale at the Weill Center, 826 N. 8th Street in Sheboygan, via phone 920-208-3243 or online WeillCenter.com
The Town of Sheboygan Town Board met on December 17, 2019 at the Town Hall, 1512 N. 40th Street. After approving measures aligning town ordinances with State rules and regulations, Supervisors authorized moving ahead with contract work and directed staff to address property owners’ concerns, including code violations.
December 31 2019, – January 13, 2020