The Port Washington High School boys’ basketball team’s play couldn’t match the excitement of honoring nine seniors against West Bend East on Monday. But that doesn’t take away from Adam Baierl’s achievement of reaching 1,000 career points. The...


Last week’s Port Washington High School boys’ varsity basketball game was a golden opportunity for the school to show off its new gym to a crowd that  had come to cheer on the Pirates and see Nicolet High School basketball star Jalen Johnson play. But instead of a shining moment in the grand new high school building, it was an...

Good Living

Longtime bowlers Mary Marchese (front) and Kathy Wendt (back row, center) posed with their R&R Bar & Grill team members at Harbor Hills Recreation Center in Port Washington, including (second row from left) Dawn Sevits, Lora Linder (back from left) Beth Farrell and Becky Krier. Photo by Sam Arendt
The shoes aren’t made like they used to be, the lanes have been updated with new surfaces, the locations have changed and shirt styles and sponsors have run the gamut throughout the decades. But two local names in bowling have stayed the same. What...


JOHNSON SCHOOL BUS SERVICE Terminal Manager Mike Gross stood by a fleet of school buses Monday at the company’s Port Washington location. The company recently announced it is being purchased by Landmark Student Transportation. Photo by Sam Arendt
Johnson School Bus Service, which has been transporting area students for generations, announced last week that it is being purchased by Landmark Student Transportation. A third-generation, family-owned business since 1942, the company serves...

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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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