Sports


GRAFTON’S Claire Kosidowski (18) helped the Black Hawks’ soccer team to a 13-3-3 record this season. Photos by Mitch Maersch
The Grafton High School girls’ soccer team ran into a common playoff opponent last Saturday. Unfortunately for the Black Hawks, it was an all too-common result. No. 1-seeded Catholic Memorial won, 2-1 in a Division 3 sectional final at home, beating...

Op-Ed

Gov. Tony Evers delivered a Wisconsin Coastal Management grant for a wetlands conservation project to Ozaukee County on June 5 in a presentation held in the Courthouse in Port Washington. Displaying smiles and a big replica of a $100,000 check were (from left) County Board Chairman Lee Schlenvogt, Andrew Struck, county...

Good Living

Russ Kempka of Grafton showed his newly purchased bike to his wife after he came back from the store. “Oh, that’s beautiful,” she said, and then inquired about the price. Kempka wouldn’t tell her and began walking up the driveway with it. She...

Business


MESSINA ITALIAN RESTAURANT was recently named Small Business of the Year by Ozaukee Economic Development. Standing outside the Saukville restaurant were longtime employees (from left) Caite Burns, Carrie Ettmayer, head chef Jeff Love, Dominic Raffaele, owners Carmel and Leigh Raffaele (holding her granddaughter Sicily Rae) and Erica Raffaele. Photo by Sam Arendt
Ozaukee Economic Development recently named Messina Italian Restaurant & Lounge in Saukville its Small Business of the Year. “I had no idea we were nominated. It’s nice to be recognized,” owner Carmelo Raffaele said. “We come to work, do our job...

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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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