One year after sending three entries to the state swimming competition, Grafton High School is tripling its pleasure. Nine entries with eight girls are headed to the University of Wisconsin Natatorium in Madison on Friday to compete in the Division...


Thomas Kinkade, the artist whose saccharine renditions of old-timey small-town main streets and neighborhoods drip nostalgia from millions of calendars and prints on kitchen and living room walls all over America, never painted a Port Washington scene, but his spirit seems to abide here in a reverence for the city’s traditional...

Good Living

Mary Meins has about 1,700 dolls, mostly Barbies, in her collection, including the 2018 Silkstone Elegant Rose Cocktail Barbie. Photo by Sam Arendt
To Mary Meins, Barbies are more than dolls. “They’re works of art,” she said. And the toys’ outfits serve as historical references of the past six decades. “That’s what the trends were. That’s what people were wearing,” she said. Meins’ fascination...


CHARTER STEEL IN Saukville hosted an open house for high school students and their parents on Monday. Above, a mechanical maintenance technician showed attendees a repair project the company’s maintenance team is working on. Photo by Sam Arendt
About 75 students and their parents visited Charter Steel in Saukville on Monday to explore careers in manufacturing. “Our open house is a great opportunity to showcase careers in manufacturing. I had the pleasure of attending our open house and...

Ozaukee Press

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.

125 E. Main St.
Port Washington, WI 53074
(262) 284-3494


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