Sports


AARON SCHWANZ WAS was all smiles after Louisiana State University beat Clemson for the college football national championship Monday night in New Orleans. Schwanz, a defensive analyst for LSU and a 2003 Port Washington High School graduate, posed after the game with his wife Morgan and children Ace (left), Daisy (front) and Rosalee. Photo courtesy of Jordie Schwanz
More than one dream came true Monday night in New Orleans for the Schwanz family of Port Washington. Aaron Schwanz, a 2003 Port High graduate, is a defensive analyst for Lousiana State University’s football team. The Tigers capped an undefeated...

Op-Ed

The price of dirty water is about to take a significant jump in the City Port Washington. The Common Council last week approved a 6.8% increase in the sewage fee added to residents’ water bills to cover the rising cost of wastewater treatment. The increase is justified, needed to cover the cost of new wastewater plant equipment...

Good Living


Interim School Supt. Claire Martin is a big hit at Cedar Grove-Belgium Elementary School thanks to her lovable goldendoodle Hattie
Cedar Grove-Belgium School Supt. Claire Martin was walking down a hallway in the elementary school when she met a student who was crying and heading to a quiet room with a teacher. Martin had her 2-year-old goldendoodle Hattie with her. Hattie...

Business


NIKKI DUDEI RECENTLY became owner of Moda Bella, a woman’s botique, in downtown Port Washington on Jan. 1. She said she left her job as project manager for an environmental consulting firm to pursue her dreams of being a small-business owner. Photo by Sam Arendt
Moda Bella woman’s boutique in downtown Port Washington recently changed hands. Former environmental consultant Nikki Dudei took over the reins of the clothing store at 215 N. Franklin St. from Michele Piechowski on Jan. 1. “I’m not a super fashion...

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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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