Sports


AFTER MAKING THE playoffs two straight seasons, Port Washington looks to make a postseason run this year behind key players such as (front row, from left) Collin Stull, Justine Wicke, Brandon Kelling, Zach Scharpe, Jason Gourley, Nolan Makoutz, Hunter Kanneberg, Adam Baierl, Will Stopczynski, (back row) Jacob Lippe, Deron Spicer, Devon Edwards, Mitchell Niemeyer, Dylan Nieoff, Adam Leister, Beau Fleischmann, Elliot Wiegerling, Isaac Bensen, Deion Edwards and Solomon Felicien. Photo by Sam Arendt
Two years ago, Jacob Lippe led Port Washington High School’s football team in catches and receiving yards, Deron Spicer was seven yards from tying for second in rushing yards and Adam Baierl was an up-and-coming quarterback. All were sophomores on...

Op-Ed

A transportation initiative that was brilliant in its efficiency and kindness to the environment failed a few decades after it was conceived more than a century ago, yet it continues to contribute to the good life in Ozaukee County.     In the first half of the 20th century, the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Co. operated...

Good Living

Just a few years ago in high school, Katie Gruell didn’t know someone could major in music. The Cedar Grove-Belgium High School alumna is now entering her senior year at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with dreams of performing as a career....

Business


MEADOWLARK STORAGE OWNER Laura Logan stood outside one of her three facilities, this one in the Town of Grafton, which opened in May. She plans to open facilities in Belgium and Oostburg in fall. Photos by Sam Arendt
  When Laura Logan opened Meadowlark Storage off Highway 57 in Fredonia 18 years ago, there was a sterotype that customers were hoarders who didn’t want to throw their prized belongings away.     Today, that is no longer the case, and Logan has...

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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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