Sports


CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM’S Hailey Prom held the Division 4 gold ball as (from left) Elena Engevold, Mia Grisolono and Arden Getschman gave it a smooch shortly after being presented with the trophy on Saturday at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. Photo by Sam Arendt
It wasn’t going to happen again. The Cedar Grove-Belgium High School girls’ soccer team refused to lug home what has become that dreaded silver ball for a fourth time. This time, the Rockets conquered their demons and the Prairie School in...

Op-Ed

It was a sad day for Ozaukee County in 1948 when the Interurban Electric Railway was shut down. Residents lost a service that for decades invited them to step aboard clean, quiet rail cars in their hometowns and travel to Milwaukee or Sheboygan or to the communities between those larger cities. It was progress in building...

Good Living


AN AMERICAN BISON and two calves kept their eyes on a visitor to the Lakeview Buffalo Farm in the Town of Belgium. (Lower) Lakeview Buffalo Farm in the Town of Belgium has raised American buffalo since 1996. Owner Al Weyker (left) is selling a portion of his farm to his daughter Jennifer Hoeppner. Photos by Sam Arendt
A 195-acre farm on Sunnyridge Road in the Town of Belgium has been in the Weyker family since 1848, but its signature animal is a relative newcomer. Al Weyker started raising American bison, also known as buffalos, in 1996. Weyker and his daughter...

Business


APPLELAND FARM MARKET co-owner Jake Bares, the grandson of founders George and Kay Espantman, helped Joan Bostwick (lower) with the strawberries she picked at the Town of Fredonia farm. The Appleland fields were full of people picking their own berries on a warm Tuesday morning. Photos by Sam Arendt
Torrential rains and hot days may have jeopardized other strawberry crops in Wisconsin, but Appleland Farm Market in the Town of Fredonia is having a great harvest. “The fruit is definitely plentiful this year,” Jake Bares, grandson of founders...

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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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