THE NEXT TIME Port Washington High School alumnus Tyler Beach (65) takes the field for the Wisconsin Badgers football team will be next spring at the earliest after the Big Ten on Tuesday announced it is canceling fall sports due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Press file photo
Tyler Beach and his fellow University of Wisconsin football players were bummed out on Tuesday when they heard fall Big Ten fall sports wouldn’t happen this year. The Badgers started camp on Monday in hopes of some kind of fall season. Non-...


Wisconsin’s early care and education industry is nearing crisis point. Sadly, we’ve been hurtling down this path long before the pandemic struck. We need a rapid course correction, or we stand to lose about a third of our child care providers, which could spell trouble for our entire economy. Unlike our public education system...

Good Living

Stan Smith is living on his boat, Distraction, in the Port marina this summer and is loving every minute of it. Photo by Sam Arendt
There’s nothing quite like spending time on a boat during summer, especially for Stan Smith. He’s living on one. “I would be here permanently if I could,” Smith said from his 42-foot, 1967 Chris-Craft in a slip in the Port Washington marina. Smith,...


MARCUS SAUKVILLE CINEMA’S parking lot has been a desolate site since the movie theater closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Officials said six Marcus theaters in the state temporarily reopened in June to test new safety protocols and they hope more theaters will return to operations by Labor Day, when new movie releases are expected to come out. Photo by Sam Arendt
Avid moviegoers will have to remain patient this summer if they want to catch a flick at the Marcus Saukville Cinema. The movie theater at 350 S. Riverside Dr. has been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic and officials of Marcus Corp...

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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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