News Digest

Click It or Ticket campaign begins

Officers from the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department, Cascade Police, Plymouth Police, Elkhart Lake Police and the Sheboygan Police Department will mobilize along with hundreds of other law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin for the annual Click It or Ticket safety belt enforcement campaign from May 19 to June 1.

“Our officers will be on the lookout day and night for unbuckled motorists. If you’re not wearing a safety belt, we will stop your vehicle and you will get a ticket,” said Chief Michael Meeusen in a press release announcing the campaign. “During the Click It or Ticket mobilization and throughout the year, we will stringently enforce Wisconsin’s mandatory safety belt law. We’re not trying to write more tickets. Through enforcement and education, we’re striving to get people to buckle up every time they drive or ride in a vehicle.”

In Wisconsin, approximately one out of five motorists does not buckle up, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. More than half of the drivers and passengers killed in Wisconsin traffic crashes in 2013 were not wearing safety belts. Last year, there were more than 70,000 convictions for failure to fasten a seat belt.

“Consistent safety belt use is the most effective protection against being ejected from a vehicle during a crash or thrown around violently inside it and possibly hitting another person in the vehicle with massive force,” Sheriff Todd Priebe said in the same press release. “Our officers are serious about safety belt enforcement because we’re determined to reach the goal of zero preventable traffic deaths in Wisconsin.”

Make your own green cleaners

Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation again is offering an introduction to green cleaning to help participants save money and the environment.

Intro to Green Cleaning will cover how to create simple, all-natural cleaners using the same recipes and ingredients our grandmothers used years ago. Participants will leave class with a complete home-cleaning kit. Class will meet with instructor Laura Sauermilch from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 2 at Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.; fee is $15 until May 23, then $20.

Visit for more information about this class and others offered this spring, as well as a printable registration form that can be mailed to Community Ed & Rec. Online registration also is available; this option, which carries a $4 service charge, allows people to pay with a credit card and also to receive immediate confirmation of enrollment.

For more information, visit, email, call (920) 892-5068, or stop by the Community Ed & Rec office on the north end of Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.

Sex offender website updated

The Wisconsin Department of Corrections has launched changes to the Sex Offender Registry website which enhances the public’s ability to locate registered sex offenders.

Since 2001, the public has had the ability to search the Sex Offender Registry website by name or zip code. The new website includes a geographic search capability for sex offender registrants that live within a 1, 2 or 3 mile radius of a specific address.

“The enhanced website helps strengthen community protection by giving citizens additional tools to keep their families safe,” said DOC Secretary Ed Wall in a press release announcing the change.

Additionally, the new website provides a community notification system, so a user can be notified by e-mail when a sex offender registrant provides a home address that is near an address of interest to the user.

To visit the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry website, go to: http://

Library closed May 19-27

The Plymouth Public Library will be closed Monday, May 19 through Tuesday, May 27.

The library will be recarpeted during 2014, and phase one will be completed during the week of May 19. The bookdrop will remain open in order to return materials. Any materials that are due during the week the library is closed will have fines waived for the dates the library is closed.

The two programs scheduled for that week: Antiques Appraisal (May 19) and Early Release (May 21) will be held as scheduled even though the library will not be open for any public service at that time.

The library will be closed as it is every year for the Memorial Day holiday weekend - Saturday, May 24 through Monday, May 26.

Please call the library (892-4416) if you have any questions about these closures and speak with Library Director Martha Rosche.

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The picture in Tuesday’s Review of the Sheboygan County Conservation Association Hall of Fame award winners was mislabeled. Those in the photo were, from left to right: William “Billy” Lorenz, Terrie De- Master and Mike DeMaster.

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