SHEBOYGAN — Today is Monday, March 20th and another winning lottery ticket has been sold in Sheboygan.
$50,000 Powerball Ticket Sold in Sheboygan
A winning $50,000 winning Powerball ticket from the Wednesday, March 15 drawing was sold at the Minit Mart, located at 1211 Weeden Creek Road in Sheboygan. The winner matched four out of five numbers plus the Powerball. Wednesday’s winning Powerball numbers were 16, 30, 41, 48 and 53 with a Powerball of 16. The Power Play number was 3. Winners at all prize levels have 180 days from the drawing to claim their prizes.
Children’s Museum names board member
Herb Humke has been named a board member of Above and Beyond Children’s Museum. Humke is a partner and trial lawyer with the law firm Hopp, Neumann, Humke, LLP. He is a native of Sheboygan and has been an active member of the community serving on various boards including the Sheboygan County YMCA, Friends of the Sheboygan Senior Center, and President of the Board of Directors, Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He lives in Sheboygan with his wife, Erika, and their four children.
Reservations for Urgent Care now available
Prevea Health announced the launch of Save My Spot, an online tool that allows patients to make a reservation at a Prevea Urgent Care of their choice. “Save My Spot makes a trip to urgent care much more convenient,” said Prevea Health President and CEO, Dr. Ashok Rai. Anyone can access Save My Spot and view the wait-times at each Prevea Urgent Care location by visiting prevea.com/urgentcare.
Northbound I-43 lane closures begin today
From ManitowocEye.com: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that long-term lane closures on I-43 in Manitowoc County begin Monday, March 20. The closures will result in only one lane of travel open to drivers on segments of I-43 in the project work areas. Motorists may experience delays during peak travel times.
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