If you live in the Church Street area and find your water isn't flowing, don't panic and call a plumber. A fire hydrant is being flushed. (We received a one-hour notice via a piece of paper stuck in our door).
Took my cat there today. Great service! You will need to bring proof of the pet's last vaccination. (The vet will also do house calls if several families arrange to gather their pets in one home. Call ahead for an appointment).
Statewide Tornado Drill a “Go” for Thursday Test Tornado Warning at 1:45pm
(Madison) – The National Weather Service says all Wisconsin offices are a “Go” for Thursday’s statewide tornado drill. At 1:00pm, the National Weather Service will issue a statewide test tornado watch and at 1:45pm a statewide test tornado warning. The drill ends at 2pm. There is no risk of severe weather in the state on Thursday with only a chance of scattered showers for southeastern Wisconsin.
Many Wisconsin radio and TV stations will participate in the drill. In addition, NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards (also known as emergency weather radios) will issue alert messaging. Many outdoor warning sirens across the state will also be activated. This is an ideal opportunity for schools, businesses and families to practice safety procedures for severe weather.
This drill is possible through a partnership with the National Weather Service, Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and Wisconsin Emergency Management.
Sheboygan County Master Gardener Volunteers will be at the UW-Extension Office, located on the UW-Sheboygan Campus, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. to answer horticultural calls or consult in person with homeowners who have questions about yard and garden care. Master Gardener Volunteers will staff the horticultural hotline from May through September.