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Maya Hilty

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Sheboygan, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Maya:

Sheboygan County schools get creative to overcome pandemic challenges. They say respect for teachers is key.

Student learning gaps and teacher shortages are two concerns heading into this school year. Here's what's on educators' minds as the year begins. → Read More

Here's how Sheboygan Lutheran responded when a grad reported that a teacher had sexually groomed, assaulted her

A Sheboygan Lutheran grad says the school's response to her reporting the relationship was 'a huge slap in the face.' Here's what our reporting found. → Read More

Dogs are now welcome at more Sheboygan parks and a beach as the city looks to be more pet-friendly

Most parks in Sheboygan are still off limits to pets, but when residents said they wanted more dog-friendly public spaces, the city delivered. → Read More

Sheboygan couple boat 6,700 miles of rivers, canals and coastal waterways, completing America’s 'Great Loop'

Sue and Rick Rosenwald finished a four-year adventure in July, boating across a 6,700-mile loop through United States and Canada. → Read More

Dutch duo visit Sheboygan to bring to life the story of one of Lake Michigan's deadliest shipwrecks, the Phoenix

In the mid-1800s, Dutch immigrants came to Sheboygan seeking a better life. Most aboard the Phoenix ship were within sight of shore when they died. → Read More

When Ty Wesley died, the messages began pouring in. He changed lives as a teacher, coach and Black man in Sheboygan.

Ty Wesley, an English teacher, theater director and forensics coach at Sheboygan South High School for nearly 30 years, passed away in July. → Read More

Sheboygan County jury finds Grafton man guilty of kidnapping but not guilty of murder plot

The jury found Dean Hoffmann guilty of kidnapping, suffocating, harming and intimidating a woman in her Waldo home in September 2018. → Read More

Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu snags Wisconsin primary win, will run unchallenged in the midterms

Devin LeMahieu received 71% of the vote and will run unchallenged in the midterms. Ty Bodden and Glenn Grothman also won their Republican primaries. → Read More

Sheboygan County trial begins for man charged with kidnapping woman and trying to have her killed

A jury trial began this week for a man charged with 10 felonies. The alleged victim in the case testified first. → Read More

July 4 Sheboygan shooting suspect charged with attempted homicide. Here's what we know about the case.

A late-night argument between a 22-year-old and 40-year-old in Sheboygan left the older man in the hospital with a gunshot wound to his abdomen. → Read More

Two Sheboygan drug overdose deaths result in charges for four people. What to know about the cases.

Four people have been charged with recklessly endangering safety and other charges after two overdose deaths in Sheboygan this spring. → Read More

‘This was significant’: Rare June storm costs Sheboygan $150k, impacting hundreds of homes

A June 15 storm has required one of the City of Sheboygan's largest responses since a 1998 flood, the public works director said. → Read More

Sheboygan police are seeking a 22-year-old suspect in July 4 shooting that seriously injured a man

An argument between two groups of people escalated Monday when a 40-year-old man was shot in the abdomen. Sheboygan police are locating a suspect. → Read More

Sheboygan County’s first guide to LGBTQ-affirming local resources is available. It exposes some 'glaring' gaps.

The Sheboygan County LGBTQ Alliance's new guide lists health care, business, education, religious and other resources that are safe and local. → Read More

Plymouth hires Whitefish Bay assistant village manager Tim Blakeslee to be its new city administrator

Tim Blakeslee fell in love with Plymouth's "small-town charm (and) big-city amenities," he said. → Read More

53-year-old man killed in Brown County ATV crash Friday has been identified

A 53-year-old man from the town of Humboldt was pronounced dead on the scene on Friday evening after crashing an ATV. → Read More

Former Plymouth city administrator Jordan Skiff sues city over firing him nine months into job

The Plymouth City Council voted to fire Jordan Skiff last October, about nine months after he started as city administrator and utilities manager. → Read More

A drag dinner, Pride Picnic and more: A guide to 2022 Sheboygan Pride events

Sheboygan's County's second in-person Pride Picnic will include drag performances and live music, with an L.A.-based musician as the headliner. → Read More

A former Kohler Company employee has been ordered to pay $20,000 restitution for stealing equipment

A Sheboygan County Judge sentenced Mark Schaefer to two years of probation for stealing generators and other equipment from Kohler Company. → Read More

Music, food and fun: Here’s what’s planned for Sheboygan's Juneteenth celebration

Here's what's planned for Sheboygan's second-annual Juneteenth celebration presented by a growing local nonprofit, Black American Community Outreach. → Read More