2014-08-28

It’s fair to go



City to study liquor code



PLYMOUTH – The city will be reviewing its rules and regulations for liquor license and will hold off on issuing any new licenses while they do. The City Council Tuesday passed a resolution directing the mayor to appoint a study committee “to review the liquor license ordinance in its entirety for the city.” The resolution also put a moratorium on […]

Howards Grove drops constables, contracts with sheriff for services



HOWARDS GROVE—The Village Board eliminated the village constable positions and contracted with the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department for the remainder of 2014 by a vote of 5-0. Capt. Cory Roeseler from the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department gave the board information on how contracting with the county would work. He explained that Sheboygan County has contracts with many area municipalities, including […]

Dog Days of August

Canines, young owners show their stuff at 4-H judging

The Sheboygan County Dog Project held its annual judging event at Sheboygan County Fair Park. The turnout of handlers and animals always proves that the project is alive and well. There are multiple rings for showing with judges of high quality in excellence. The ring and judges for the early morning were Agility – Mary Fell; Rally – Cheryl Sargent; […]

News Digest



Ecumenical service on tap at fair “Each of Us Has a Light” is the focus for the 42nd annual Ecumenical Church Service held during the Sheboygan County Fair in Plymouth. The worship service will take place in the M&R Pavilion at the fairgrounds starting at 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 31. Pastor Richard York, now serving the Christian Life Church in […]

Fair is beginning of fun – and lots more



I T’S THAT TIME AGAIN – time for the Sheboygan County Fair. Labor Day weekend is upon us and that means the annual five-day extravaganza kicks off its run today on the fairgrounds here in Plymouth. The Labor Day holiday is traditionally considered the end of summer, with kids going back to school and most vacations completed. But as they’re […]

Verification



To the Editor, This is a big thank you to the Sheboygan County Board of Canvass (BoC) that recently finalized the county’s partisan primary election results, and two days ahead of the deadline! Partisan primaries are the most challenging elections we have and we rely on accurate results, which make up the cornerstone of election integrity, especially when the races […]

Ease of voting



To the Editor, Our governor and my legislators participated in passing voting limits as part of a nationwide effort by the GOP to make it harder for minorities, veterans, the elderly, and students to vote. One limit is the restriction of early voting hours that affects larger cities like Milwaukee. Weekend voting is no longer allowed and weekday voting can […]

Political Cartoon



Community Education & Recreation courses scheduled



Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation is offering several courses for students, two wellness classes, a new fall food class, an introduction to crochet and a storytelling workshop. Register by Sept. 5 and save $10 on the following courses for students: Juggling, Jokes and More: Students in grades three through six will learn a few magic tricks, how to […]