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Past articles by Miller:

Sex offender waivers a tough balancing act

Sheboygan alders regularly make decisions about waiving sex offender residency restrictions → Read More

Sheboygan beach fire rings could be removed

Fire rings on Sheboygan beaches may go away. → Read More

Sheboygan garbage fee lives

The Public Works Committee kept the garbage fee alive with a 3-1 vote Tuesday. → Read More

Union Tap shooting victim copes with pain, bills

Editor’s note: This is the first follow-up story of two of the events and aftermath of the July 17 Union Tap Tavern shooting. → Read More

Inn on Woodlake adding 42 rooms

The Inn on Woodlake will be adding a third wing on the west side of the existing structure with the goal of it fitting in seamlessly. → Read More

Sheboygan could slash garbage fee, but may need new vote

The garbage fee could be extended for the next three years at a rate of $2.50. → Read More

Butzen development still in works, but cost jumps

The Butzen sports complex is now estimated to cost $3.6 mil due to inflation → Read More

Sheboygan looks to prevent South Pier drownings

Sunday's drowning incident at South Pier has prompted a familiar discussion in Sheboygan. → Read More

Sheboygan City Hall may soon have new hours

New operating hours may change when you can go to City Hall. → Read More

Sheb. Co. sales tax clears committee with changes

The Full Sheboygan County Board of Supervisors is the last hurdle for the proposed 0.5 percent sales tax to become law. → Read More

Records: Highway 23 suit added $3.1M in cost

The Wisconsin 23 expansion lawsuit has delayed the state for five years, costing it $3.1 million → Read More

Sheboygan, Wilson come to agreement over water main

Wilson initially rejected project over concerns Sheboygan may annex town land → Read More

Fourth of July Parade draws hundreds

Hundreds of citizens turned out to celebrate Independence Day. → Read More

Bird attack numbers soar sky high

Citizens along the lakeshore are seeing more birds that are becoming increasingly aggressive. → Read More

Trolley service coming to Sheboygan

The next time you need to travel, you may be able to do so in a trolley. → Read More

Council may eliminate 13 committees

Alders suggested eliminating 13 boards, committees and commissions in its preliminary report Wednesday. → Read More

Noodles & Co. reports credit card breach

Those who used cards at 37 Wisconsin locations may have been exposed to a security breach → Read More

Sheboygan may see more liquor stores

The number of liquor stores in Sheboygan is likely to increase due to a new ordinance. → Read More

Big Box or Boutique? How Sheboygan attracts retail

But both strategies are designed to work hand-in-hand. → Read More

County starts 2017 budget with $600k gap

The County Board of Supervisors Finance Committee will have to address a $663,994 budget gap for the 2017 budget, according to county finance figures. → Read More