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Northshore Clinic celebrated its new location at 805 N. 6th St., Sheboygan, with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 25. Northshore Clinic is a locally-owned mental health clinic providing counseling for individuals, couples and families in the Sheboygan area since 1991.
To assist local business owners with financing, marketing and other management issues and those looking to start their own business, a counselor from the Small Business Development Center will be available at the following locations in May:
Homebuilders say they’re seeing a strong uptick in demand for new homes in Sheboygan County as the housing market as a whole bounces back.
Demand for new homes began to pick-up early last year, as existing homes sales climbed to their highest point since before the housing market collapse. Homebuilders say that’s helped the market for new construction, as people who’ve been wanting to build are finally able to sell their existing homes.
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When Na Yeon Choi won the U.S. Women’s Open at Blackwolf Run last summer, Sheboygan County earned a place in her heart.
The Van Horn Automotive Group has purchased the Memorial Plaza Shopping Center in Sheboygan, where the group’s owner hopes to begin construction on a new Mazda dealership later this year.
USDA Rural Development State Director, Stan Gruszynski, announced that the City of Plymouth in eastern Wisconsin was selected to receive USDA funding that will support local businesses and expand job growth in the area.
Donohue & Associates Inc. and the City of Sheboygan’s Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility recently received the top honor in American Council of Engineering Companies’s Wisconsin 2013 Engineering Excellence competition.
The 2013 Grand Award, presented at The American Club in Kohler on March 22, recognizes the collaborative effort between Donohue and the city to improve energy efficiency, production, and recovery at the treatment facility.
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State Senator Joe Leibham (R-Sheboygan) announced today that he will be hosting a set of State Budget Constituent Input Sessions for residents of the 9th Senate District in Plymouth, Chilton, Sheboygan, Kiel, Oostburg and Manitowoc.