OZAUKEE’S BECCA SCHAUER, seen here earlier in the season, was one assist from a quadruple-double on Feb. 7. Photo by Sam Arendt
The Ozaukee High School girls’ basketball team stretched its winning streak to 14 last week and vaulted into first place in the conference, much thanks to Becca Schauer. The senior point guard and one of the Warriors’ all-time greats, broke the...


We expect a lot from our schools. We expect them to provide the best possible education for all students, including the increasing number of students with special needs. We expect them to provide mental health services and hire adequate numbers of counselors and school psychiatrists. We expect them to help steer our children...

Good Living

This year’s Kibber Pool Tournament participants, all Port Washington High School grads, included (front row, from left), Dave Krier of Boscobel, Bill Henkle of Port, (second row) Perry Perkins of the Hartland area, Rick Lanser of Cedarburg, (third row) Barney Bannon of Port, Mark Koenig of Cedarburg (blue cap), Joe Schwenker of Whitefish Bay, Paul Neerhof of South Carolina, (back row) Jack Rooney of Mequon and Jim Jushka of the Town of Port Washington. Members not attending this year were: Wally Krier (deceased), Todd Galles and Chuck Wallisch. Photo courtesy of Jack Rooney
They were paper boys, altar boys and friends beginning in kindergarten at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Port Washington and even before that. Some played on the Atomic Roosters intramural basketball team at Port High. Many attended the University of...


PHD ROOF DOCTOR’S owner Paul Deheck stood next to a press brake that shapes panels for roofing projects. He said a number of contractors don’t manufacture materials in-house because of the overhead cost of the equipment. Photo by Sam Arendt
Owner Paul Deheck of PHD Roof Doctor’s said this winter has been the busiest season in his 18 years of business. The roof contracting company at 340 S. Milwaukee St. in Fredonia is working on three million-dollar projects, and Deheck credits the...

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Wisconsin’s largest paid circulation community weekly newspaper. Serving Port Washington, Saukville, Grafton, Fredonia, Belgium, as well as Ozaukee County government. Locally owned and printed in Port Washington, Wisconsin.

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