WITH HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS already considered an extension of the classroom, seniors on Cedar Grove-Belgium’s baseball team took that to another level in creating the special gift they presented to coach Tom Race on senior night last Thursday. They gave him an autographed bat with signatures etched onto the wood using the school’s new laser engraver. After the game, Race (center) posed with his seniors (from left) Alex Duquaine, Ben Michaels, Cameron Kirst, Jason von Heimburg, Paul Simmelink, Tyler Kraus, Chris Mueller and Bryce Morgan. Photos by Mitch Maersch
Cedar Grove-Belgium High School baseball coach Tom Race said he hadn’t ever received a gift from a team. He won’t forget his first. Before last Thursday’s game, the Rocket seniors presented Race with a bat with all the seniors’ signatures etched...


It is time for Ozaukee County Circuit Judge Joseph Voiland to resign. Voiland owes it to the people of Ozaukee County, including those who were persuaded to vote for him in 2013, to step aside and let the governor appoint a qualified replacement to fill the remaining year of his term. Voiland, after nearly five years on the...

Good Living

Shannon Naujock was shaking while she stood at the grocery store checkout. A clerk asked if she was OK. The Port Washington native had been texting someone about a recent purchase of a $150 dress for ballroom dancing on eBay. The woman decided to...


OWNER BRIAN STRAUSS of Turfsavers Tree Farm stood in the middle of a grove of evergreens on his 40-acre nursery in the Town of Belgium, where his grandparents operated Blue Spruce Farm for more than 20 years. Photos by Sam Arendt
Second-generation nursery owner Brian Strauss has had a lifelong passion for cultivating trees on his grandparents’ farm since he was a child. For the past 10 years, Strauss has been the owner of Turfsavers Tree Farm at 5835 Lake Church Rd. in the...

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