Sports


GRAFTON’S SARA PASCHKE fired a pitch in a 17-2 shellacking of Cedar Grove-Belgium during the Black Hawks’ first win of the season on Friday in their home opener. Photo by Mitch Maersch
After struggling on the road against its first two North Shore Conference opponents, the Grafton High School softball team got Cedar Grove-Belgium right where it wanted it last Friday. The Black Hawks clobbered the Rockets, 17-2, in a 15-run mercy-...

Op-Ed

School districts are not in the real estate business and should not own land unless it is being used for school purposes or is needed as a site for future school facilities. Neither exception applies to the Grafton School District’s Zaun Field land in the Town of Grafton. So the land, along Cheyenne Road, should be sold to help...

Good Living

Bernadette Ruckdashel found her equine dream a few miles from where she grew up and she has been living it for more than half a century. The founder of Appy Orse Acres in the Town of Fredonia has more than 100 acres for her 40 horses to roam and...

Business


HAMM’S FARMSTEAD GREENHOUSE Owner Diane Hamm started her new business on Friday, April 30, in the Town of Saukville. Hamm said she has always wanted to have her own nursery and decided to build one on her family’s dairy farm that has been with the family since 1852. She is selling annual, perennials, vegetables and hanging baskets. Photo by Sam Arendt
There’s a new greenhouse in Town of Saukville for people who want to spruce up their garden this season.     As the warm, seasonal climate allows flowers to bloom, Hamm’s Farmstead Greenhouse owner Diane Hamm said she is living out a lifelong dream...

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