Sports


GRAFTON’S BROCK HEFFNER (24) (top photo) got high fives from teammates J.P. Benzschawel (left) and Michael McNabb Jr. as Tyler Tsui (14) applauded after making the second free throw to tie Saturday’s playoff game against Brown Deer at 57 with 2.8 seconds left. Above, Heffner (left) sat in tears as McNabb and Benzschawel hugged after a 70-64 overtime loss. Photos by Mitch Maersch
The legacy Brock Heffner, J.P. Benzschawel and Grafton High School’s other seven seniors are leaving will last much longer than the sting of Saturday’s heart-wrenching home playoff basketball defeat by Brown Deer. But the 70-64 overtime loss cut...

Op-Ed

The government officials and oil industry titans who run the State of Texas got an education last week. How sad that so many people had to suffer to teach them lessons other states learned long ago. The collapse of the electric power system that resulted in the deaths of dozens of Texans and left millions without heat, light...

Good Living


Stefanie and Stacy Kaye (back row) and their children (from left) Amalia, Tyler and Shiala go ice fishing across the state as often as they can each winter. Photo by Sam Arendt
The concept of spending time on frozen water during frigid weather may send chills down the spine of those not familiar with ice fishing. But longtime fisherman Stacy Kaye of the Town Port Washington said being cold is not a problem with his...

Business


LORETTA KRYSHAK, pictured in 2019 at the Feith Family Ozaukee YMCA in Saukville organizing an effort to provide school supplies to children in need, manages Rebel Reform, a philanthropic division of Rebel Converting in Saukville. The company received an award this week from the United Way of Greater Milwaukee for its role in making face-mask kits. Submitted photo
Rebel Converting in Saukville has been recognized by United Way of Greater Milwaukee for its philanthropic efforts, notably for its production of four million face-mask kits during the coronavirus pandemic. “Last year at this time when Covid hit,...

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