GRAFTON’S ALEX HUIBREGTSE had a successful season as a freshman at Wright State and looks forward to more playing time as he develops his game at the college level. Photo courtesy of Joe Craven/Wright State Athletics
Last year’s best boys’ basketball player in the North Shore Conference is adjusting to a man’s game at the next level. Grafton High School graduate Alex Huibregtse last month completed his freshman season at Wright State in Dayton, Ohio. “I really...


The City of Port Washington mayoral race was a refreshing oasis in the desert of political cynicism that so many elections have become. The two manifestly qualified candidates illuminated, rather than argued over, important issues facing the city and offered ideas for dealing with them that were so sound they should be melded...

Good Living

Dave Spellman and his brother Bill fixed up an old striping machine last winter that Dave uses to paint lines on tracks and basketball and tennis courts. The Willie is named in honor of Bill.
Dave Spellman wasn’t enjoying his educational experience in the 1960s until he started running. “Once I went out for track, I loved school,” he said. Spellman ran the mile for Waukesha High School’s track and field team and remembers the nature of...


ANN AND PETER SCHMIDT recently turned their basement into a showroom and assembly space to restore vintage lamps and create new ones out of discarded materials. The Town of Saukville couple was seeking a new hobby to enjoy together in retirement and recently launched an online store through Etsy called We Love Lamps Creations. They hope to attract local customers and are considering finding a storefront to meet the demand. Photo by Sam Arendt
Town of Saukville couple Ann and Peter Schmidt were looking for a new hobby to do together in their retirement, then a light bulb popped in their head while they were clearing out their garage a couple of years ago. Since then, the Schmidts have...

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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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