Sunday, March 22, 2020

Call for letters in race for mayor is calling for letters of support for the two candidates running for mayor, Dan Dombrowski and Rick Petfalski. The election is Tuesday, April 7.

Guidelines and ground rules:

There is no word limit. If your letter is accepted for publication, it will be published as is.

Anonymous submissions will not be accepted. In addition to your first and last name, please include your phone number for verification purposes. Your phone number will not be published, but your name will be.

Personal attacks and any other statements generally deemed to be in poor taste will not be accepted. Furthermore, we reserve the right to reject letters for any reason.

Decisions by the candidates carried out as part of any professional responsibilities (like voting records and public statements made while holding any office, and/or decisions made in work/business/association roles) are fair game for legitimate debate and criticism. Anything that can be substantiated by open records is fair game for legitimate debate and criticism. Any candidate statements or communications made on the campaign trail in either the primary or general races are fair game for legitimate debate and criticism. Understand that the burden is on you, the letter writer, to ensure a fair, reasonable, substantiated claim. Neither, nor its publisher, Aaron S. Robertson, assume any liability whatsoever for the contents and accuracy of any arguments made. In the end, this is your letter. Your name is on it, and you alone are making the claim. We merely provide a platform for public discourse.

Letters will be published on a rolling basis, as we're able to process them.

You may refute/support/debate/cite another letter/letter writer in your own letter.

To ensure timely publication of your letter, please submit it by 9pm on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

Send your letter to:, and include in the subject line, "Candidate letter".

In closing, encourages Muskego residents to exercise their constitutional right - and really, duty - to vote on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.

In addition to the city's race for mayor, other major highlights on the April 7, 2020 ballot include a state Supreme Court race, the U.S. presidential primary on the Democratic side, and a vote on Marsy's Law.

Watch our Facebook page and Web site for more voter information on the candidates for mayor as we get closer to election day.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Mr. Robertson's Corner blog

School closures? Our blog is always open for learning!

Meaningful reflections, stories, ideas, advice, and resources for high school and college undergraduate students. We're exploring history, philosophy, critical thinking, the trades, business, careers, entrepreneurship, college majors, financial literacy, the arts, the social sciences, test prep, and a whole lot more. Join the conversation.

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Muskego Lions Easter Egg Hunt


Muskego Lions Easter Egg Hunt

54th Annual Muskego Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 11, 2020
10:30am – Noon
“Lunch with the Easter Bunny”
$5 Hot Dog $6 Brat
(includes chips & beverage)

Milwaukee Admirals Mascot Roscoe
Visiting at 11 am!

Face Painter!

Basket & Bike Raffles! $1 each or 6 for $5

“Differently Abled” Candy Area!

The Easter Bunny will be available for photos!
(Please bring your camera)

Hop on over for some Easter fun!

Candy Hunt – 12 Noon – Sharp!

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Steve Spingola meet and greet






Steve Spingola Cold Justice

Monday, March 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
S100W14020 Loomis Road
Muskego, Wisconsin 53150

Steve Spingola is an investigator with a national reputation for excellence! Steve has been on the "Cold Justice" true crime series investigative team for the last five seasons. As a graduate of the FBI National Academy with two master’s degrees; Steve, now retired, served as a Lieutenant of Detectives on the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD), supervising all major categories of criminal investigations, including stints in the Homicide Unit, Vice Control Division, Sensitive Crimes Unit, and Violent Crimes Division.

He further served as the lead investigator for the Critical Incident Unit, a group that probed police related shootings, use-of-force incidents, and other significant events. As a detective, Steve spent many years conducting death investigations for a homicide unit with one of the highest clearance rates in the country. He was heavily involved in the high-profile case of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. He is also the author of three books - Best of the Spingola Files, Vol. 1 and 2; Predators of the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders, and Staggered Paths: Strange Deaths in the Badger State (based on the deaths of college-aged males attributed to the so-called “smiley face killer”).

Steve currently serves as chair of Gateway Technical College’s Criminal Justice Studies program, and also serves as an adjunct professor of criminal justice and security management for Waukesha County Technical College.

Please join us on Monday, March 23rd where Steve will share true crime stories, including the Jeffrey Dahmer case. These stories are truly captivating and will keep you on the edge of your seat. Following the presentation, Steve will have his books available for purchase along with an autograph signing session.

The Muskego Lions Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to serving its community, will accept a cash donation of your choice at the door which will solely benefit the MUSKEGO POLICE DEPARTMENT'S POLICE CADET POST. The members of the police cadet post are dedicated young women and men, 14-21 years of age seeking a rewarding future in law enforcement.

The donations will assist to defray the cadet’s costs for training, uniforms, equipment and continued participation in local and national competitions.

Facebook event page

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Muskego mayor primary election results congratulates Rick Petfalski and Dan Dombrowski on their primary victories for mayor tonight. A big thanks to all candidates for running and adding to the debate over our city's future.

Here are the final election results from the city's Web site.

2020 Muskego election guide for mayor

Saturday, February 15, 2020

2020 Muskego election guide for mayor

Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti announced at the end of October that she will not be seeking a fourth term. Five candidates are looking to succeed her. In alphabetical order, they are: Scott Dickmann, Dan Dombrowski, Thomas Kapusta, Rick Petfalski, and Robert Wolfe. A spring primary election this coming Tuesday, February 18, 2020, will narrow the field down to two candidates for the April general election.

Following is a collection of candidate contact information and other various election resources. encourages Muskego residents to exercise their constitutional right - and really, duty - to vote this coming Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Watch our Facebook page and Web site for more voter information and candidate details as we get closer to narrowing this five-way race.

As we approach the spring primary election, and with it, a five-way race for mayor, what local issues are important to you? What will be deciding factors in how you vote? Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas in the comments section below.

Sample ballot for the primary election this coming Tuesday, February 18, 2020

City of Muskego election information and important reminders

The candidates for mayor respond to questions from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, published on January 29, 2020

Following is video footage of the candidate forum sponsored by the Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism, held on January 29, 2020:

Scott Dickmann - businessman; president of Muskego Shores Community Association; endorsed by current mayor Kathy Chiaverotti

Facebook campaign page

Dan Dombrowski - businessman

Facebook campaign page


Thomas Kapusta - current alderman, District 4

Facebook campaign page


Rick Petfalski - businessman; former school board president; former alderman

Facebook campaign page


Robert Wolfe - current alderman, District 1

414-427-WOLF (9653)

Rob Wolfe for Muskego Mayor

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Muskego Warriors

From the publisher of comes, an unofficial fan and tribute site of the Muskego-Norway School District and its Muskego Warriors. The site is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, the Muskego-Norway School District or its Muskego Warriors.