PORT WASHINGTON’S SIERRA MILLER (above) threw a no-hitter at Whitefish Bay on Monday. Hope Gilhooly (right), named to the North Shore Conference second team last season, caught the game. Press file photos
In a battle of rebuilding teams, Port Washington High School junior Sierra Miller played the role of seasoned star veteran in the Pirates’ season opener at Whitefish Bay on Monday. Miller, in her second year as a starting pitcher, threw a no-hitter...


Without undocumented immigrants, Wisconsin would have to change its license plate motto. The dairy farm industry would be decimated to the point where the state could no longer claim to be “America’s Dairyland.” John Rosenow, a fifth-generation dairy farmer in Wisconsin’s Buffalo County who has become a leading advocate for...

Good Living

Customers for Stacie Stark’s pet-sitting business run the gamut. Ruby and Holly the English mastiffs are among the larger creatures she looks in on for travelers. Photo by Sam Arendt (Lower) ROO THE CORNISH REX cat is one of a few unique creatures Stacie Stark has come across in her second career. Photo by Mitch Maersch
Corporate careers for nearly three decades in the long-term health care and hospice field had worn on Stacie Stark. “There’s a burnout factor,” she said. Her next job, however, was in question. The Town of Fredonia resident always loved animals and...


Laura Motel has traded in her desk chair for a yoga mat as she starts her second act in downtown Port Washington Monday with the opening of Port Washington Yoga, a yoga and meditation studio. Motel, who last year retired from her corporate career,...

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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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