BRENT HOFFMANN RAN for 187 yards and two touchdowns against Mishicot last Friday at home, helping Ozaukee to a 27-6 win. On defense, Hoffmann picked off two passes. The Warriors hold their annual tailgate party before hosting Oostburg on Friday. Photo by Sam Arendt
Ozaukee High School’s ground game and defense led the Warriors to their first victory of the season last Friday. The Warriors dominated winless Mishicot at home, 27-6, behind more than 300 yards rushing and three interceptions, bouncing back from a...


Anyone who wonders why an Ozaukee County parks department employee got a disorderly conduct ticket for chasing down a speeding car in Waubedonia Park might find the answer in news stories in the national press over the past few years about the bad outcomes of attempts at enforcing vigilante justice. In one of the most recent...

Good Living

Karl Kienhau hammered a design into copper in a mold. Photo by Sam Arendt
When the fountain in front of the sprawling Badger Meter plant in Milwaukee tipped over, Karl Kienhau told his bosses not to worry—he could make a better one. “I’m very mechanical, so I think I can do anything,” he said with a laugh. “Give me a...


A SPIDER PLACER developed by Construction Forms poured concrete for a high-rise parking structure in Hopkins, Minn. The Port Washington-based company is an industry leader in providing high-pressure concrete pumping equipment in North America.
Construction Forms in Port Washington has been an industry leader in designing and manufacturing high-pressure concrete pumping equipment throughout North America for the past 50 years. “I would say 99% of the projects you see out there, dealing...

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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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