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Senior Connections

Posted on: September 6th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Latest edition with guests Ann Salzmann and Christine Freund talk about palliative care and the movie ” Being Mortal”. This program and many more interesting shows can be found on WSCS and Video on Demand.

Third Saturday Sheboygan’s Historic

Posted on: September 2nd, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Downtown was the featured topic presented by the Sheboygan County Historical Society on August 20, 2016. The presenters Henry Jung, Bernie Markevitch and local historian Steve Gallimore. Remembering North 8th Street. Listen to the stories and memories from the guest presenters. This presentation was recorded and is now airing on WSCS and Video On Demand.

Unpaid Forfeitures PSA

Posted on: September 2nd, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Letters have gone out to citizens regarding unpaid forfeitures. Municipal Court Judge Natasha Torry  for the City of Sheboygan and the Village of Kohler explains the importance of unpaid forfeitures with a PSA now running on WSCS.

Dementia-Friendly Sheboygan County

Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Community Task Force presented information to organizations regarding environment changes.  A dementia-friendly organization is one whose staff has been trained in how best to serve its customers who have dementia and one that looked at its environment and made the changes needed to help improve the experience for individuals who struggle with memory challenges.  WSCS is now airing the opening comments of this informational meeting. Select Events in the Video On Demand.

International Challenge

Posted on: August 30th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

at Road America featuring the 50th Anniversary Can-Am cars racing at the 4 mile track. Elkhart Lake parade of race cars and the concours d’elegance. Featuring driver interviews, race groups, F1, F5000 and the Corvair, Yenko Stinger. This 75 minute program can now be watched on WSCS and VOD.

WSCS Sports: Football

Posted on: August 8th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Watch WSCS for all the hard hitting gridiron action. Season begins August 19th as Green Bay Southwest visits Sheboygan North at Urban Field.

Fri.         Aug. 19                 GBSW               at                  North                                  7 pm

Fri.         Sept. 2                   Bay Port          at                South                                    7 pm

Fri.         Sept. 9                  Hilbert/Stock.   at               Luth./Koh./Christ            7 pm

Fri.         Sept. 16                South                    at               North                                 7 pm

Fri.         Sept. 23                Ozaukee              at               Luth./Koh./Christ           7 pm

Fri.         Sept. 30                GBSW                 at                South                                 7 pm

Sat.        Oct. 1                    Concordia WI     at                Lakeland                           1 pm

Fri.         Oct. 7                    Manitowoc         at                North                                 7 pm

Fri.         Oct. 14                  Ashwaubenon  at                 North                                  7 pm

Sat.        Oct. 22                  Wis. Luth.            At             Lakeland                            1 pm


Replay on WSCS

Saturday         10:00 am

Tuesday           7:00   pm

Wednesday     2:00 pm


Steamroller Woodblock Carving

Posted on: July 28th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Connecting Communities, Internationally known artists and community members come together to collaborate in the creation of new and exciting works of art.  This program features Joseph Velasquez artist-in-residence at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Velasquez one of the founders of Drive-By-Press lead workshops in July, with demonstrations of print making and steamroller woodblock carving.  Large woodblock prints were made during the weekend of the JMKAC Midsummer Festival of the Arts.  The program “Steamroller Woodblock Carving” can now be seen on WSCS.

WSCS Camera Operator

Posted on: July 21st, 2016 by Robert Ingraham



The City of Sheboygan is accepting applications for a part-time WSCS Camera Operator. The successful candidate must have the ability to work a varied schedule. Under the direction of the WSCS Director assists in video productions both in the studio and on location productions. Studio productions require studio set and microphone setup time. Location productions require setup and break down of video production equipment. The main responsibility is to provide good quality video for the overall production. The days and hours vary each week.

The rate of pay is $10.00/hour, DOQ.


Applications can be downloaded from the City of Sheboygan website


An Equal Opportunity Employer




WSCS Receives Awards

Posted on: May 16th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

At the recent Wisconsin Community Media Spring Conference and Best of the Mid-West Video Festival  held in Madison WSCS was presented with the following awards.

The program ” Native American Inspired Flutes” received the Best in Show Award -Amateur Division, Best program produced by Seniors. The show featured Jim Wilsing talking about and performing with his flutes. Wendy Schmitz Producer.  WSCS also received Merit Awards for D’Werdenfelser Schuhplattlers in the Entertainment Category and the program “Behind The Furnace “in the Documentary/Feature category.

Levit AMP Concerts

Posted on: May 12th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham


PRESS RELEASE 2016 Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series to move to JMKAC Festival Green



SHEBOYGAN, WI – The 2016 Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series will be held on the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s Festival Green, located at the intersection of the Wisconsin Avenue and N. 7th Street. The new location is immediately east of the concert series’ previously announced location (the former Boston Store property).

The change is necessitated by the unforeseen need to remediate the site by removing concrete and other debris that was buried on the site after a fire burned the Prange’s department (prior to the Boston Store) store building in 1970s. Plans are underway to construct a new $10.3M residential housing complex with 8th Street retail as well as permanent green space configured for concerts and performances. This fall, the City plans to construct a creative Arts Green complete with amphitheater style seating, landscaping, and sidewalks to connect the Mead Public Library/8th Street to the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

“We have an exciting line-up planned for the free concerts this summer. The change of location is for one year, as the City prepares the original site for an exciting 2017 concert series,” explains Ann Brusky, senior manager of public programming at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

The Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series schedule will not change. Ten concerts will take place from June 16 through August 18 with the anticipated audience for each concert remaining at 1,200 to 1,500 attendees. During the concerts, Wisconsin Avenue from N. 6th Street to N. 7th Street will be closed as well as N. 7th Street from New York Avenue to Wisconsin Avenue.

“Infill redevelopment in a downtown can be a challenging task. Decades ago when older buildings were demolished, concrete and debris was often pushed into the basement and covered over. It is not until soil borings were completed that this material was located, revealing the need for additional work to prepare the site for the new development” stated Chad Pelishek, director of planning and development with the City of Sheboygan.

The Levitt AMP Sheboygan Music Series is supported in part by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, a private family foundation that empowers towns and cities across America to transform neglected public spaces into thriving destinations through the power of free, live music. Learn more at Presenting partners are the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan Squared. Major support is provided by ACUITY, Travel Wisconsin, The Sheboygan Press, HSA Bank, Lakeland College, The Point (Midwest Communications), and Sheboygan Tourism.