Sports

It was a couple of years ago when Hannah Belanger, then a Division II All-American guard at Truman State University, mentioned the goal of playing professional basketball in Europe. Now she’s going to do it. Belanger, a 2019 graduate of Grafton High...

Op-Ed

The two-party system has thrown American voters under the political bus. Democratic and Republican party fixers ignored repeated pleas from the public, as expressed in a succession of opinion polls, to avoid a Biden-Trump rematch in the 2024 presidential election. The party elites did exactly what a majority of voters did not...

Good Living


Garden Walk attendees can visit James Bartelt’s model train display on Spring Street in Port Washington on Saturday. (Lower) JAMES BARTELT (right) and his parents Dave and Bev have created an elaborate model train display in their backyard, and Bev keeps a separate garden of flowers and produce. Photos by Sam Arendt
Visitors will be walking through Bev Bartelt’s garden on Saturday, but they will have to watch out for railroad crossings. Trains regularly chug through the array of perennial plants and shrubs. Model trains travel on a tracks that wind through the...

Business


REPRESENTATIVES of five of the six Ozaukee County breweries that are collaborating to brew One Town Over Rhubarb Wheat Ale gathered last week at Inventors Brewpub in Port Washington, where the beer is being brewed. They were (front row, from left) Dale Georgeff of Rebellion Brewing Co., Ric Kohlbeck of Sahale Ale Works, (back row) Dalton Clements of Water Street Brewery, Kurt Mayes of Foxtown Brewing and Travis Behnke of Inventors Brewpub. The Fermentorium Brewery is also participating. Photo by Sam Arendt
Six breweries in Ozaukee County are doing something that has never been done before by coming together to brew a single beer, a collaboration that began in earnest last week at Inventors Brewpub in Port Washington. “No one has a done a collaborative...

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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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