2011-12-01

Junior wrestling starts Tuesday



The Plymouth Junior Wrestling Club’s advanced wrestling program will start Tuesday.The program is open to all students in grades 5-8, regardless of wrestling knowledge or ability. Practiceswill be held in the Plymouth High School wrestling room on Tuesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. and conclude onMarch 6.Wrestling shoes and headgear are recommended but not required.For more information, go to plymouthwrestling.com or call […]

A crisp autumn walk



A plateful of thanks



Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School FCCLA (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America) sponsored a Turkey Luncheon on Wednesday, November 24, 2011. Students were encouraged to invite their grandparents or an elderly neighbor to join them for the luncheon. The menu consisted of turkey & gravy, potatoes, mixed vegetables, hot rolls, cranberry sauce, ice cream, pumpkin pie and coffee. Students in the […]

Adventure Day at Camp Anokijig



Physical education students at Riverview Middle School in Plymouth recently enjoyed an adventure education at Camp Anokijig. More than 300 students in grades six through eight canoed and explored Little Elkhart Lake on Oct. 10 and 11. Camp Anokigig staff provided students with important canoe safety information and spent two days helping them paddle around the lake. “The weather was […]

YOUR COUNTY: Counteracting the neighborhood bullies



We’ve all heard of the playground or neighborhood bully. It’s a person, sometimes teaming up with others, who has found that his size, strength and attitude will get him what he wants – normally at the expense of others. I would strongly suggest that is the case with Wisconsin’s new Concealed and Carry Law and its rules as OK’d by […]

Rockline to invest $10M in new technology; add 60 jobs at Sheboygan-based facility



Rockline Industries’ employees joined with state Sen. Joe Leibham and state Rep. Mike Endsley Nov. 29 to celebrate company plans to invest $10 million in new technology and add upward of 60 familysupporting jobs with a 6,000-square-foot expansion of its Sheboygan-based facility. Rockline recently announced it signed an agreement with a large multinational company that would expand production and increase […]

Sargento staffing changes



Plymouth-based Sargento announced Nov. 29 the following personnel changes: In Accounting, Sargento announced the promotions of Jim Birenbaum to vice president of strategic analysis, Bob Campbell to senior manager of financial analysis and Lisa Heider to controller. The changes support a new strategic analysis group within accounting providing dedicated financial resources to all four Sargento divisions and operations. “Our business […]

Perspective Cartoon



Celtic Christmas Tea on tap



The sixth annual Celtic Christmas Tea is set for Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Plymouth Historical Society.The event, which will run from 1-3 p.m., features O’Connor and Theiss providing a mix of traditional andholiday music.The collaborative Irish/Christmas program is sponsored by the Sheboygan County Historical ResearchCenter, the Sheboygan County Chapter of Celtic Women International and the Plymouth Historical Society.Christmas treats, […]

SFHS science teacher moves on to MSOE

Deibert to lead biomedical science program

For the past 16 years, Patricia Deibert has strived to bring the complex concepts of chemistry and biology tolife in the minds of students at Sheboygan Falls High School.After serving the Sheboygan Falls School District as a classroom instructor since 1995, Deibert is set tomove up to the administrative ranks as the director of biomedical sciences at the Milwaukee School […]