2022-09-16 E-Edition

Completed marsh education center opens


It was a spectacular late summer day when the Kohler Center for Marsh Education was dedicated on September 7, 2022. The Friends of the Marsh welcomed local dignitaries and the large donors to an open house reception at the facility. All were amazed and pleased with the beautiful building that had been in the works for over ten years at […]

ATV-UTV use: Not all roads in the town are town roads

SHERMAN – Members of the Lakeshore ATV-UTV Club were present at the Sept. 6 monthly town board meeting to help clarify some issues. Some ATV or UTV drivers have the mistaken belief that the following two phrases mean the same thing: 1. “all Town roads” 2. “all roads in the Town” The first phrase is used on signs indicating that […]

School district calls for financial help to avoid ‘chaos’

Plymouth Schools ended the 2021-22 fiscal year adding at least $836,000 to the district fund balance, the projected deficit in this year’s $33 million budget has decreased to approximately $250,000 and the mill rate for the tax levy will once again drop sharply, Business Manager Amy Williams told the school board at its Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday. […]

FEMA flood plain map contested

Related: Read the story on the FEMA virtual Flood Map Open House on page 5. WALDO — Village Administrator Bruce Neerhof gave an update on the village’s flood plain map at the Village Board meeting Monday. Much work had been done to develop this map in past years, but FEMA had come up with its own flood plain map, which […]

Disability not an obstacle for showing at the fair – with a little help from a friend

Megan Limberg shows dairy cattle and was named a junior champion at the recent Sheboygan County Fair. The Plymouth junior was just as excited, however, to help her friend show animals for the first time despite being in a wheelchair. “He shouldn’t have to feel different or left out because he has a disability,” she said. “I feel like everyone […]

Educational priorities set, including writing, wellness and volunteering

More focus on phonics at elementary schools, an effort starting in middle school to promote coherent paragraphwriting in every subject, a new high school volunteering requirement and greater emphasis on health, wellness and honing in on more effective assessments at all grade levels are among academic priorities the district is currently pursuing, the Plymouth Board of Education learned at its […]

Looking back: ‘Herb’ charts Kohler path

Editor’s note: In recognition of the passing of Herbert V. Kohler Jr. on Sept. 3, 2022, The Review is republishing the following excerpt of our story from 50 years ago – July 20, 1972 – shortly after he was named Chairman and CEO of Kohler Company at age 33. The story was based largely on an interview of Kohler by […]

Widespread danger of floods prompts review of maps


On October 4th, representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will host a Virtual Flood Risk Open House for communities in the Milwaukee River Watershed and Lake Michigan coastal region of Sheboygan County. The Open House will give residents the chance to review preliminary versions of a recently completed Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report and its accompanying preliminary Flood […]


Laverne Russell “Vern” Robson, 84, of Sheboygan passed away on Monday, September 12, 2022 at Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice Center in Sheboygan Falls. Vern was born on March 11, 1938 in Spring Green a son to the late Arthur and Lulu (Strang) Robson. He graduated from Iowa County schools. He entered the Air Force after high school graduation and […]