CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM’S Alyssa Mentink looked for daylight on the baseline around Ozaukee’s Madison Karmasin in the second half on Monday in Fredonia. Photo by Mitch Maersch
On a night when the Ozaukee High School girls’ basketball team struggled mightily shooting from the outside, a Cedar Grove-Belgium bomb gave the Rockets the lead for good. The Rockets, in their second week back from being quarantined due to the...


Eighty years ago, seven words steeled the American people for a looming fight for the life of their democracy. The words were “a day which will live in infamy.” They were spoken by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the U.S. Capitol. The day of infamy was December 7, 1941, the day Japan attacked the American Navy base at Pearl...

Good Living

It all started with filling in the blank on licensing paperwork. Jerry Voigt of Cedarburg had been organizing volunteers to work at the Rivoli, the downtown theater that was taken over by the Cedarburg Landmark Preservation Society in 2006 after the...


TWISTED WILLOW RESTAURANT reopened on Tuesday, Jan. 12, after a two-week hiatus due to water pipe break during the holiday season. Libation Manager Tony Cronk (top photo) moved glasses and dishes from the dining room to the kitchen during the clean up process on Saturday, Jan. 9. Above, flood damage shows ceiling tiles being replaced due to the pipe break that occurred on the third floor. Top photo by Sam Arendt
If 2020 wasn’t tough enough on the restaurant industry, the year had one last jab to throw at Twisted Willow Restaurant in downtown Port Washington. The restaurant at 308 N. Franklin St. closed after a pipe broke Dec. 27 on the third floor, shutting...

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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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