Sports


AFTER MAKING THE PLAYOFFS last year, Grafton High School’s football team won’t be playing the underdog anymore. Among the key players are (front row, from left): Kenny Likins, Andrew Clemens, Jackson O’Neal, Dominic Voiland, J.P. Benzschawel, Sam Frank, Grant Taylor, Andrew Ovespyan, Cannon Pfaff, Seth Howard, Joey Serrano, (back row) Isaiah Mielke, Dylan Robinson, Mason Hunt, Max Medvedev, Zach Weir, Joey Giorgi, Jack Harmon, Jay Garza, Caleb Buback, Joe Birch, Conner Tiegs and Owen Wizarde. Photo by Sam Arendt
Pound the rock is a common football phrase meaning to run the football, but Grafton High School coach Jim Norris is taking it literally. Norris actually set up a big piece of granite near the field. The player that shows the most resilience each...

Op-Ed

Did your hear about the Saukville power plant We Energies plans to build? No kidding. It’s true. It won’t be quite as impressive as the $664-million gas-fired monster of an electricity-generating plant that sprawls on 52 acres acres of the Port Washington lakefront, but in some ways it will be more advanced. In fact, you could...

Good Living


Mike Metz tended to a few of his many hives. Photo by Sam Arendt
The buzzing of thousands of bees might not be the most soothing of sounds to most people, but it’s music to the ears of Mike Metz. “To me it’s very relaxing,” Metz said. “When you’re working among nature like that, the smells of the nectar and the...

Business


BAMBOO BISTRO OWNER Luat Dang escaped from Vietnam with his family in 1975 and has brought his culture’s cuisine to Grafton. The Vietnamese restaurant opened in February and held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 21. Photo by Sam Arendt
Restaurant owner Luat Dang is bringing a taste of his homeland to Grafton. The Vietnamese restaurant Bamboo Bistro at 1955 Wisconsin Ave. held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Aug. 21, even though it...

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