One-day-only special prices offered by Wade House for Sunday June 5

Come to Wade House in Greenbush this Sunday, June 5, and enjoy deep discounts off the regular admission rates. On this day only, all tickets are just $5. Wade House will be open from 10am-5pm, and horse-drawn transportation around the site is included in the ticket price. Visitors can experience all the historical features Wade House has to offer – […]

Elkhart Lake pays tribute

Taps in salute – Plymouth remembers Memorial Day parade and Union Cemetery ceremony


Over the years, there has been a much-needed focus on how to live a healthier life. People are more aware of the importance of eating right, exercising, and taking better care of themselves overall. We are encouraged to look for healthy alternatives to processed foods by eating fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and protein. That is sometimes easier said than […]

Falcons open with hot bats

The Sheboygan Falls Falcons baseball team got its 2011 campaign off to a strong start by winning two its first three games of the season via the 10-run rule. Falls blasted the Cedar Grove Rockets 10-0 in six innings on Friday, May 27 to improve to 2-1 overall. The Falcons scored six times in the fifth inning. Falcons’ pitcher Devin […]

Bikes, helmets to be distributed at Free Fishing Day

Four boys and girls bicycles and helmets will be given away at the 16th annual Sheboygan County Free Fishing and Activity Day Saturday, June 4, at River Park in Sheboygan Falls. The drawing will be held at noon at River Park in Sheboygan Falls at the event sponsored by the Sheboygan Country Conservation Club. Registration begins at 10 a.m. at […]


Jerome V. “Joe” Block, 85, of Sheboygan Falls, died on Friday evening, May 27, 2011, at Pine Haven Christian Home in Sheboygan Falls. Joe was born on Dec. 12, 1925, in the town of Sheboygan, the fifth of nine children, born to Martin and Katherine (Schmitt) Block. His Plymouth family would be forever altered by the tragic death of his […]

Botany students beautify PHS grounds

Martin Armas and Tara Grundl, students in Marlyn Hahn’s botany classes at Plymouth High School, plant flowers May 20 near the school’s flag pole. The students also planted flowers around the school’s announcement sign.

Fighting boxelder bugs in the house


Why would I be writing about bugs in the house? As the Holiday Inn television commercial used to say a couple years ago, “No I’m not an entomologist, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.” Obviously, staying in a motel doesn’t make you an expert on anything except maybe a bad case of bedbugs, nor have […]

Falls boys tennis squad caps season

KOHLER – The Sheboygan Falls Falcons boys tennis team failed to advance any individuals to sectional play at a WIAA Division 2 Sub Sectional Meet Tuesday, May 24, at the Sports Core. “All of our players played to the best of their abilities at the sub-sectional,” said Falcons coach Leigh Cherveny. Falls placed seventh in the EWC standings with 25 […]