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Sheboygan

(shĭboi`gən), city (1990 pop. 49,676), seat of Sheboygan co., E Wis., a port of entry on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Sheboygan River; inc. 1853. Plastics, stainless-steel items, orthodontic products, paper goods, enamelware, furniture, and lighting equipment are manufactured. Dairying (cheese) and beer brewing are also important. Permanent settlement began c.1835, and Sheboygan grew into a shipping and industrial center. Lakeland College is there. A park featuring prehistoric Native American burial mounds is S of the city.
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Captain Roeseler will make an excellent sheriff for Sheboygan County, said Governor Walker.
McFarland Villa Assisted Living is a 35-unit assisted living facility in McFarland; Racine Commons Assisted Living is a 74-unit assisted living facility in Racine;Riverview Village Senior Living is a 44-unit assisted living facility in Menomonee Falls and The Shores of Sheboygan Assisted Living is a 67-unit assisted living facility in Sheboygan.
Over the years, Emily took cake decorating classes at Wally's Studio & A Piece of Cake in Sheboygan Falls, as well as several cooking tutorials at Blackwolf Run in Kohler.
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He was constantly looking for ways to be a better advocate of the City of Sheboygan," said a friend, Jim Testwuide, according to the Sheboygan Press.
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Sheboygan Waste includes a multi-story building, a fiber recycling facility, customer accounts, equipment and vehicles.
Over $80 million has been spent to dredge contaminated sediment and restore habitat in the Sheboygan River Area of Concern.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) on Thursday announced that it has completed a key initiative in its ongoing efforts to enhance the wireless capacity and performance of its mobile broadband network throughout the Sheboygan area, Wisconsin.
Detroit, and will invest $18 million into its Sheboygan operations to accommodate the work.
The victim called police and an ambulance and officers were sent to his home in Sheboygan, north of Milwaukee, despite having trouble understanding what he was saying, the Sheboygan Press reported.
From speakeasy shootings to the town's first baseball game, to the "Great Indian Scare" during the Civil War (how Sheboygan became swept into a mass panic over an alleged Indian threat that did not exist), Sheboygan: Tales of the Tragic & Bizarre blends inexplicable happenstance with wry insight, and sheds light into the oddities of American daily life over a century ago.