Local Business News
David Sanderson joined Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan, in spring 2011, not long after the property was sold for $4.2 million by Great Wolf Resorts Inc. to independent owners Claremont New Frontier Resort LLC. Insight Co-Publisher and Executive Editor Margaret LeBrun sat down with Sanderson before the New North Summit was to be held at the resort to talk about how he helped make the business profitable.
The city’s planned summer concert series just got a much needed boost.
Faced with feedback from area manufacturers that schools aren’t producing enough qualified workers, the Sheboygan Area School District has set some ambitious goals to equip two of its high schools with $1.6 million of updated manufacturing equipment as well as double the amount of students enrolled in related classes or programs within the next two years.
If Wisconsin is a cheese and dairy state, then Plymouth is its capital.
What once was a little bank in Howards Grove is solidifying its place among the nation's biggest providers of health savings accounts.
The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation was founded to help create jobs. Now its leader says it must focus on filling those jobs.
When International Automotive Components shut down its Sheboygan plant four years ago, it left a nearly 300,000-square-foot hole in the county's manufacturing industry.
Sheboygan-area shoppers will have two fewer department store options next year.
Employment in Sheboygan County is looking up.
Forget the matches, the scented candles and the aerosol spray. Kohler Co. is tackling malodorous bathroom air at the toilet seat itself.