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The Warriors split a pair of Big East Conference blowouts. CEDAR GROVE-BELGIUM’S Brody Halleman went up for a shot under pressure from Random Lake’s Mitchell Huiras last Friday in Cedar Grove. Photo by Mitch Maersch.
That may sound redundant, but in addition to receiving Scouting’s highest honor, 16-year-old Jack Schubert has earned 92 merit badges in his quest to garner all 138. WEARING A SASH covered with merit badges, 16-year-old Jack Schubert of Grafton officially became an Eagle Scout Sunday during a ceremony at Riveredge Nature Center in the Town of Saukville. Celebrating with him were (from left) his father Jim Schubert, Jim Lee of the Peter Wollner American Legion Post in Cedarburg, which sponsors Jack’s troop, his grandmother Lucy Selander, brother Luke Schubert, mother Andrea Schubert and his godparents Mike and Ruth Kleczewski. Photo by Sam Arendt.
Novel charter school associated with NOSD, nature center both need more space, forcing move after 2023-24 year. NO MATTER THE season, students at Riveredge Outdoor Learning Elementary School spend much of their day outside at the Town of Saukville nature center where the school is located. Press file photo.
Superintendent deal gives business director her old job back if she wants it, pays her $169,000. After two months of negotiations, the Port Washington-Saukville School District has inked a contract with its director of business services that will pay her $169,000 to serve as interim superintendent next school year. The...
Lack of precipitation, ice cover contribute to lower lake level, more shoreline but officials say Port’s north beach will remain closed until experts say it’s safe to tackle mudslides. THE SEAWEED-COVERED branches of a fallen tree on the expansive Lake Michigan beach in the Town of Port Washington...
Shorter structures near lake, taller ones downtown is aim of proposal backed by Port Plan Commission. A plan to restrict building heights near Port Washington’s lakefront and historic downtown while allowing taller structures farther to the west was endorsed by the Plan Commission last week. Building heights have been...
We would like to heartily endorse Ald. Jonathan Pleitner for re-election in April. We’ve known Jonathan for five years. Not only does he provide outstanding service to his constituents in Ward 5, but he cares deeply about the entire city and always does whatever is in the best interests of Port Washington.