RUNNERS MADE THEIR way through wet and sloppy conditions in the rain last Thursday in Fredonia when Ozaukee High School hosted its first cross country meet in more than 30 years. Ozaukee runners (above left, from left) Clara McKee, Becky Hoffmann, Meredith Clark, Grace Tinder and Sophie Uhlenberg (209) handled the early portion of the course. Photo by Mitch Maersch
It was wet and muddy last Thursday, but Ozaukee High School Athletic Director Andy McKee, Warriors coaches and volunteers made the Warrior Invite a reality, the first cross country meet at the school since the 1980s. Oostburg barely beat the hosts,...


In-person teaching in classrooms is better than remote teaching via the internet. That truism has been uttered a gazillion times since schools were shut down in spring. But it would be helpful if educators and others would refrain from repeating the obvious and instead concentrate on improving the alternative. Remote teaching...

Good Living

For Kevin Wester, the virus that is making history is also helping preserve it. The Belgium native, who has dedicated much of his life to telling the story of Luxembourg ancestors and connecting people to their original homeland, has published a...


CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY BANK President Paul Foy stood outside the Grafton branch, which is the recipient of the Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Outstanding Business of the Year Award, scheduled to be presented on Sept. 29 at The Bog golf course in Saukville. Grafton Fire Department Chief Bill Rice has been named Outstanding Community Partner and retired Grafton Parks and Recreation Director John Safstrom will receive the Outstanding Public Servant Award. Photo by Sam Arendt
Cornerstone Community Bank in Grafton was recently named the 2020 Outstanding Business of the Year by the Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce.   The Chamber last week also announced Grafton Fire Department Chief Bill Rice as the recipient of the...

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.

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